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Home Delivery Medical Launches New Division For Sleep Centers
Date:8/26/2009

Home Delivery Medical now provides sleep labs with all the equipment and supplies needed to manage both the study and the treatment of sleep disorders. With a wide range of quality products from carpet and artwork to beds and sleep sensors, Home Delivery Medical is the number one source for building sleep centers from the ground up.

Greenville, SC (PRWEB) August 26, 2009 -- According to the National Institute of Health, approximately 70 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders. The growing awareness of these disorders has led to an upsurge of sleep centers across the country, all of which rely on specialized equipment to properly diagnose and treat each patient. Home Delivery Medical is now one of the elite medical suppliers that can fully service America's sleep labs as well as their patients with professional equipment, supplies, and service.    

Sleep disorders are a growing problem for the American public which can disrupt one's relationships, job performance, and general health. The goal of every sleep center is to properly identify, diagnose, and treat one of over 84 differenent classifications of sleep disorders by performing a polysomnogram. A polysomnogram requires state-of-the-art technology to properly monitor the patient's eye movement, brain waves, muscle activity, breathing patterns, body position, and heartbeat. Home Delivery Medical provides sleep centers
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