We Are Here for Your Sleep Lab – How Can We Help?


Dear Friends and Colleagues,

We at Nox Medical understand that this may be a difficult time for many in diagnostic sleep labs throughout the United States. During this challenging time, we wanted to connect with our customers in the industry to express that we are here for all your diagnostic sleep care needs. 

Whether you are reevaluating your sleep lab solutions after these major tectonic shifts in the industry, or if you were already searching for new and reliable diagnostic sleep testing devices, we hope you consider Nox Medical — a company that focuses exclusively on developing sleep diagnostic technology. We want our customers to know that our intention is to continue to invest in sleep and we see a great future in the ongoing evolution of sleep diagnostics. 

We are already trusted by top medical systems and leading research institutions to provide best-in-class sleep diagnostics, including the A1s polysomnography, T3s home sleep apnea test, available on a single platform, and integrated onto the sleep software Noxturnal. To learn more about how our diagnostic solutions integrate into a major healthcare system, take a look at our customer story featuring Tampa General Hospital’s sleep lab. 

We have a comprehensive and readily available portfolio of diagnostic sleep devices, which are ready for shipment. Known for our depth of sleep study signal quality, and sleep lab efficiency, we have been a global leader in sleep research and diagnostic innovation for more than 15 years and we can’t wait to help you step into the future of sleep diagnostic care. 

If you have questions or would like to learn more about all that Nox Medical has to offer, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

Topic: Industry News

Nox Medical
Nox Medical is a global leader in the sleep diagnostic technology space. The company provides sleep specialists with patient-friendly diagnostic devices and robust, reliable data collection. With easy-to-use medical device technology, Nox Medical eliminates common diagnostic pain points by prioritizing patient comfort and reliability of results, allowing providers to better assess, diagnose and treat the entire range of sleep health issues, including sleep apnea, circadian disorders and insomnia.