Restful. Nights.

Researching a new option for
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)

See if the ACCCESS Study is right for you.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a common and serious sleep disorder in which breathing is repeatedly interrupted during sleep. OSA is not only disruptive to your life and that of your partner, but it also has many other health implications, such as higher risk of cardiovascular diseases.

While many people use positive airway pressure (PAP) machines to manage their OSA, these systems can be cumbersome and awkward for some.

Right now, doctors at select centers in the US are conducting the ACCCESS Clinical Study. The study is for Genio® - an investigational device designed to keep the airway open during the night without hoses, noise, or machinery.

What is Genio®?

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) occurs when the tongue falls backwards into the throat during sleep, blocking the airway as you breathe in. The hypoglossal nerve controls the tongue and airway muscles.

Genio is an investigational device designed to stimulate the hypoglossal nerve to keep the airway open throughout the night. Genio uses a small implanted device called a neurostimulator that is implanted under the chin through a minimally-invasive procedure.

Each night before you go to sleep, a patch is applied under your chin to wirelessly transmit energy to the neurostimulator. This gentle nerve stimulation results in a small forward movement of the tongue muscles to help keep the airway open during sleep. There are no external hoses, noise, or machinery.

Genio® is currently being offered at select centers in the US through the ACCCESS Clinical Study. If you qualify and choose to join the study, you will receive the Genio procedure and all study-related care at no cost.

See If You Qualify

To see if you might qualify for the ACCCESS Clinical Study, and to get connected with your local study center to learn more, please take the questionnaire below.