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  • Location: ER

    Last Updated: 12-02-2023 20:05:01

    Patients waiting: 2

Sleep Studies


We do in house and home studies

Relax and sleep in our comfortable atmosphere featuring the following amenities:

  • Individual controlled temperature settings
  • Oversized walk-in shower
  • Queen-sized Serta beds
  • Variety of pillows
  • Plush bedding

Sleep Disordered Breathing

The most common form of sleep disordered breathing is Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome, or OSA. Sleep apnea is a condition where a patient will stop breathing repeatedly during periods of sleep, resulting in fragmented unrefreshing sleep. Sleep apnea is usually associated with loud snoring or snorting. Jerking of arms and legs may be noticed by a bed partner and the patient may awaken short of breath or with heart pounding. Patients with sleep apnea are often unaware of their problem and have frequent arousals/awakenings caused by the pauses in breathing. Untreated sleep apnea usually results in excessive daytime sleepiness and may contribute to high blood pressure, cardiac problems, depression and sexual dysfunction.

In addition to obstructive sleep apnea, sleep disordered breathing may also be related to central or mixed apneas upper respiratory resistance syndrome, or asthma related sleep breathing problems.

Checking In:

Enter at the Emergency Services Entrance. Upon arrival let the Registration Clerk at the desk know you are here for a sleep study. The sleep study technician will come and get you.

Checking Out:

Once you have completed your testing, you may exit through the Emergency room. If you have any questions prior to your exam, please call (717) 485-6323.

For more information on the FCMC sleep study program, please call 717-485-6323.If you think you would benefit from a sleep study, please talk to your health care provider regarding a referral for a sleep study. At home sleep studies will be available in some cases.
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