Sleep Studies

Monitoring & Analysis for Sleep Study Physiology Research

Tools for EEG, EMG, ECG, HRV, RSA, ECG Lead II, respiration, blood pressure, cardiac output, baroreflex sensitivity, sleep staging, actigraphy, and seizure 

Wide range of wireless or tethered monitoring solutions for humans and animals

AcqKnowledge ECG, EEG, respiration, EMG heart rate data

Multi-channel, Multi-Subject Solutions

BIOPAC offers a wide range of solutions for sleep/polysomnography (PSG) applications, including wireless or tethered physiological monitoring solutions. The AcqKnowledge software provides tools for EEG, EMG, ECG, HRV, RSA, ECG Lead II, respiration, blood pressure, cardiac output, baroreflex sensitivity, and actigraphy analysis, sleep staging, actigraphy, and seizure detection.

AcqKnowledge allows you to record and display multiple channels of data that can be reviewed in 15 or 30-second epochs for quick visual assessments. Use Events to mark period of interest and to streamline further analysis.

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Small animal sleep analysis BIOPAC offers the hardware and software to provide complete sleep studies on small animals. Using the Epoch rat and mouse sensors, wireless EEG data is recorded for long periods of time. This data is then accessed by the SleepSign software and provides a complete sleep staging analysis. Sleep, Application, Multi-Channel, Graph


Autonomic arousals contribute to brain fluid pulsations during sleep Dante Picchioni, Pinar S. Özbay, Hendrik Mandelkow, Jacco A. de Zwart, Yicun Wang, Peter van Gelderen, Jeff H. Duyn, NeuroImage, Volume 249, 2022, 118888, ISSN 1053-8119, ( “Concurrently acquired peripheral physiological measures included chest belt (to monitor respiratory chest excursion) and finger skin photoplethysmography (PPG) (to monitor cardiac rate and peripheral vascular volume). These were acquired using a BIOPAC acquisition system with TSD200-MRI and TSD221-MRI transducers, and an MP150 digitizer sampling at 1 kHz (BIOPAC, Goleta, CA, USA). Data collection for both EEG and peripheral physiology were synchronized with the fMRI through a trigger signal provided by the MRI scanner.”



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