Research & Publications

Advancing Sleep Diagnostics

We at Nox Medical fully embrace our mission to advance sleep diagnostics through our continued efforts and investment in research. Our research efforts have delivered both technical innovations and true clinical value. 


We actively encourage independent research to ensure that we get unbiased opinions on our solutions. We are confident in our products and realize that unbiased, peer-reviewed publications are important for clinicians to gain the same confidence as we have.

Research & Publications 
Using Nox Medical Solutions

The following list compiles publications where solutions from Nox Medical were used as a part of the protocol.

How to measure snoring? A comparison of the microphone, cannula and piezoelectric sensor E.S. Arnardottir, B. Isleifsson, J.S. Agustsson, G.A. Sigurdsson, M. O. Sigurgunnarsdottir, G.T. Sigurđarson, G. Saevarsson, A. T. Sveinbjarnarson, S. Hoskuldsson and T. Gislason Journal of Sleep Research. doi: 10.1111/jsr.12356


Validation of a new method to assess respiratory effort non-invasively M. Serwatko, JS. Agustsson, R. Torfason, S. Hoskuldsson, K. Karlsson, T. Gislason, ES. Arnardottir Poster at World Sleep 2015


A pilot validation study for the NOX T3 (TM) portable monitor for detection of OSA A. Cairns, E Wickwire, E Schaefer, Nyanjom D Sleep Breath 2014, Jan 19 [Epub ahead of print]


Validation of automatic analysis of respiratory events S. Sigurdardottir, K.A. Olafsdottir, T. Gislason, OA Johannesdottir, O. Hilmarsson, ES Arnardottir NSRS 2013 View
Nocturnal sweating – a common symptom of obstructive sleep apnoea: the Icelandic sleep apnoea cohort ES Arnardottir, C Janson, E Bjornsdottir, B Benediktsdottir, S Juliusson, ST Kuna, AI Pack, T Gislason.  BMJ Open. 2013 May 14;3(5)  View 


Symptoms of insomnia among patients with obstructive sleep apnea before and after two years of positive airway pressure treatment.  E Bjornsdottir, C Janson, JF Sigurdsson, P Gehrman, M Perlis, S Juliusson, ES Arnardottir, ST Kuna, AI Pack, T Gislason, B Benediktsdottir  Sleep. 2013(36); 1901-9.  


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