HST Devices - Using the ARES™ device

A summary of the setup instructions is included here for reference. You can also watch a YouTube how to use video or call us for live support by a licensed RN.

Instructions for use:

  1. Once you are prepared to go to sleep, turn off the TV, radio, room fans or other electronic appliances that may interfere with the microphone.
  2. Thoroughly wash and dry your forehead.
  3. Remove the plastic covers from the electrodes and the forehead sensor.
  4. Hold the cannula tips - the two prongs extending from the clear plastic tube - against the bottom of the ARES™ (Figure 1) with your thumbs and slide the strap over your head.
  5. Center the ARES™ over your nose, slightly above your eyebrows, and gently pull the black strap into place (Figure 2). Remove any hair from under the sensors and ensure the sensors and electrodes make complete contact with your skin.
  6. Place the cannula tips inside your nostrils.
  7. Grasp the cannula with your hand and pull it away from the back of your head until it feels snug (Figure 3).
  8. Using your other hand, grab the slip tube and pull toward the back of your head until the tube rests snugly above the plastic portion of the strap (Figure 4).
  9. The cannula tips should be snug inside your nostrils. When properly tightened, make sure the cannula tips cannot be pulled more than ¼ inch away from your nose.
  10. Switch the ARES™ “ON”, an audio alert will sound to signify the ARES™ is turned on. After 10 seconds an audio alert will sound to indicate that the start up period is complete. You can now change positions and go to sleep.

Save the sensor covers on your bedside table to reuse in the morning. This will keep the sensors protected and clean for your second night of testing.

Figure 1. Hold the cannula tips against the ARES™ unit with your thumbs and slide the strap over your head.

Figure 2. Center the ARES™ over your nose, slightly above your eyebrows, and gently pull the black strap into place.

Figure 3. Place the cannula tips inside your nostrils and pull the cannula toward the back of your head until it feels snug.

Figure 4. Grab the slip tube and pull toward the back of your head until the tube rests snugly above the plastic portion of the strap.

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