"The Technion sensors were originally developed for internal use. More info: Kai-Fu Lee. But they discovered there was a market for them to arise from sleep clinics. Professor Peretz came – was a small company R & D – and I requested help to develop more types of sensors, "says Hadas. But where SLP is really breaking new ground in their home diagnostic products, which seek to change the standards in the industry. SleepStrip Its flagship product is a monitoring device for sleep apnea at home. Several research studies have shown that its indications correlate well with those of formal sleep studies. The product approved by the FDA and the EEC is available via prescription through health sector providers worldwide at a low price to the public since it is a self-administered test.

SleepStrip is being sold over the counter in Europe and Israel. According to Hadas, researchers in the United States, Germany, Belgium, France, Italy, Israel, and Canada SleepStrip been used successfully to monitor patients with sleep apnea after night studies. SleepStrip won a Gold Award for Excellence in Medical Design in an international competition organized by Canon Communications in 2001. The MDEA competition is the leading international awards program for the medical technology community. And to prove it was a joke, another addition to the diagnosis of SLP called BiteStrip just won another award MDEA. The grant will be held in New York in June as part of an exhibition of medical products. BiteStrip is a detachable sensor that electronically verifies the presence of a widespread syndrome known as Bruxism.