Clinical Trials

Clinical Trials

Our Research May Include Sleep Studies, Sleep Apnea Study, ADHD Study, and ADD Studies

We are an active Clinical Research Center. Dr. Bart Sangal is a Certified Principal Investigator by the Academy of Physicians in Clinical Research. We take part in Sleep Disorders Clinical Trials. We also take part in Attention Disorders Clinical Trials. Our areas of expertise include:

We are a high quality clinical research site. We are high enrollers. We have low screen failure rates.

We give patients access to research drugs and protocols. Thus we help our patients. If you are a patient interested in taking part in a clinical trial, click here.

We help pharmaceutical companies and sponsors test their products. This way, they can bring safe and effective medicines and devices to the market for everyday use. Thus we help society. If you are a pharmaceutical company, CRO, or other sponsor, click here to look at our capabilities and experience.

New medicine for daytime sleepiness

A new medicine for daytime sleepiness was approved this year. It should arrive in pharmacies in the next few months. Its name is SunosiR (or solriamfetol). It blocks reuptake of dopamine (DA) and norepinephrine (NE) into nerve cells that release these. As a result, DA and NE levels increase in the area between nerve cells…

CPAP Adherence and How to Improve It

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is the best treatment for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Unfortunately, only 59% of patients prescribed CPAP in the USA actually use it. Yet, being adherent to CPAP use is crucial in controlling OSA and its complications. The complications include sleepiness and fatigue, memory and concentration problems, high blood pressure, atrial…

Sleeping with half the brain

Sleeping with half the brain – is that even possible? Yes, it is. Many birds and aquatic mammals sleep with half the brain at any time, according to Scientific American (June 2019) [https://www.scientificamerican.com/magazine/sa/2019/06-01/?redirect=1] Mammals that live in water (whales, dolphins, porpoises) might drown if they fall asleep. They cannot breathe when under water. Therefore, they…

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