Illnesses or conditions with increased daytime sleepiness affect both fitness to drive (basic medical requirements) and driving ability (current state of the driver).
It can provide information about
- Daytime sleepiness
The patient or test subject sits in a low-stimulus environment at sunset and must attempt to stay awake for as long as possible. Sensors register if the person falls asleep. The procedure consists of multiple rounds of a predetermined length, which are repeated at a specific time interval.
Approx. 2.5 hours consultation with the doctor, preparation, osler test with breaks