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What tests can my PCP run before sleep doc appointment?
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RE: What tests can my PCP run before sleep doc appointment?
(06-25-2013 02:01 PM)nila Wrote:  Is there a place here to write reviews of suppliers, as opposed to equipment? I looked around but don't see anything. I would like to write a rave review somewhere Smile.
I feel so lucky to have found this forum Smile.

Nope, not really. The Product Review Forum is for products, not retailers that sell them.

But, you did actually give a "review" in your post above, so you "got the word out" with regard to your experience with this particular supplier on the Supplier List.

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RE: What tests can my PCP run before sleep doc appointment?
(06-25-2013 02:01 PM)nila Wrote:  I have been emailing with Supplier #19 and he has been amazing!

It might be too late now, but if not, you might want to consider the CMS50i over the CMS50F. They are both wrist devices that look very similar. However, the 50i is capable of storing more than one recording session, whereas the 50F will only store the latest recording session. Hence, with the 50F, you have to copy the data to your computer after every session, lest it be overwritten by the next session.

Of course, it's a slightly more expensive unit. According to Supplier #19's web site (yes, they sell the 50i too), it's $30 more.
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