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Teijin Pharma Releases SAS Testing Device.

Tokyo, Japan, Aug 21, 2006 - (JCN) - Teijin Pharma released the SAS-2100, a device to test and screen sleep apnea syndrome (SAS) at home, on August 21. Used with a wristband weighing only 100g, the device can detect whether or not there is apnea, and if any, its intensity, without technical, all-night testing of electroencephalogram at hospital.

With the device, a suspected SAS patient can record his/her respiratory conditions while sleeping, and medical institutions can download those data to PCs for analysis using dedicated software. The price is set at 775,000 yen.

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Date:Aug 22, 2006
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