SLEep APnea Screening Using Mobile Ambulatory Recorders After TIA/Stroke "SLEAP SMART"

Recruiting

Phase N/A Results N/A

Update History

17 May '17
The gender criteria for eligibility was updated to "All."
11 Sep '15
The eligibility criteria were updated.
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Inclusion Criteria: - Imaging-confirmed stroke or stroke-neurologist diagnosed TIA at any time in the past, and - Outpatients being managed at the Sunnybrook Stroke Prevention clinic or inpatients on the Sunnybrook Stroke Unit who will not require further inpatient care upon discharge. Exclusion Criteria: - Prior diagnosis of OSA within the past 2 years - Current use of CPAP - Life expectancy less than 12 months - The presence of conditions known to compromise the accuracy of portable sleep monitoring, such as moderate to severe pulmonary disease or congestive heart failure - Oxygen therapy (eg. nasal prongs), a nasogastric tube, or other medical devices that would interfere with the placement of the sensors of the sleep monitoring device and/or CPAP - Physical impairment, aphasia, or language barrier restricting ability to complete study assessments, overnight sleep monitoring, and/or comply with CPAP therapy, and no caregiver available to assist the patient with the study requirements - Facial or bulbar weakness or trauma restricting the ability to create a seal with a CPAP mask - Pregnancy - Occupation that would make randomization to the standard of care arm unethical - Not covered by Ontario health insurance plan (OHIP) - Unable to attend follow-up assessments
Old
Inclusion Criteria: - Imaging-confirmed stroke or stroke-neurologist diagnosed TIA at any time in the past, and - Outpatients being managed at the Sunnybrook Stroke Prevention clinic or inpatients on the Sunnybrook Stroke Unit who will not require further inpatient care upon discharge. Exclusion Criteria: - Prior diagnosis of OSA within the past 2 years - Current use of CPAP - Life expectancy less than 12 months - The presence of conditions known to compromise the accuracy of portable sleep monitoring, such as moderate to severe pulmonary disease or congestive heart failure - Oxygen therapy (eg. nasal prongs), a nasogastric tube, or other medical devices that would interfere with the placement of the sensors of the sleep monitoring device and/or CPAP - Physical impairment, aphasia, or language barrier restricting ability to complete study assessments, overnight sleep monitoring, and/or comply with CPAP therapy, and no caregiver available to assist the patient with the study requirements - Facial or bulbar weakness or trauma restricting the ability to create a seal with a CPAP mask - Pregnancy - Occupation that would make randomization to the standard of care arm unethical
A location was updated in Toronto.
New
The overall status was updated to "Recruiting" at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre.