Your doctor ordered an overnight sleep study (also called a polysomnogram or PSG), either in a sleep centre or your home, to determine if you have sleep apnea. After you complete the sleep study, your doctor will give you the results and discuss what to do next.
You may be given a copy of your sleep study report. If so, the report may be filled with terms you haven't seen before. Below is an example of what is typically included in a diagnostic sleep study report along with descriptions of what is being reported.