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Clinical Polysomnography and Sleep Medicine
Palo Alto March 27–30, 2019 | CME Credits: pending* | $3200**
Physicians, dentists, surgeons, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, school nurses, orthodontists, sleep (polysomnography )technologists, sleep health educators, dental hygienists, dental assistants, physical therapists, respiratory therapists, EEG technologists, psychologists, any health care professional or administrator interested in sleep and sleep disorders, including technical aspects of polysomnography and interpretation of sleep studies.
This course is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive, practical review of the basics of sleep medicine through lectures and workshops.
Normal human sleep
Childhood and adolescent sleep disorders
Sleep related breathing disorders
The Role of Dentistry and Orthodontics in Sleep Medicine
Recent advances in sleep related breathing disorders
Surgical management of the sleep apnea patient
Sleep disorders and public health and safety
Sleep and aging
Positive airway pressure treatment of sleep related breathing disorders
Polysomnography: the sleep laboratory evaluation
Home Sleep Testing and Commercial Devices
Measurement of excessive daytime sleepiness: MSLT & MWT
Review of normal human sleep stage scoring
At the conclusion of the course the participant should be able to discuss or identify:
the clinical aspects of normal human sleep throughout the life span
the preparation of patient and equipment for sleep monitoring
sleep stage scoring and abnormal events recorded on the polysomnogram
the symptomatology of sleep disorders and differential diagnoses
treatment plans for patients with sleep disorders
Sleep stage scoring
Review of polysomnograms
Positive pressure treatment of sleep related breathing disorders
Oral Appliances in the Treatment of OSAS
Abnormal records/artifact recognition
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education.
It is the intent of The School of Sleep Medicine, Inc. to assure that its CME activities should not be influenced by the special interests of individuals associated with its programs. Having an interest in or affiliation with any corporate organization does not necessarily influence a speaker's presentation, but the relationship must be made known in advance to the audience in accordance with the standards of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education. Faculty disclosure statements are provided in the handout material. The School of Sleep Medicine, Inc. has not received commercial support for these activities.
*Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Determination of exact number of credit hours is pending.
** Discount offered for payments made via check or money order. See registration page for details.