Educational course for occupational health nurses aimed at helping to identify patients with sleep disorders.
Practice Focus » Sleep Medicine
Otolaryngology experts review which patients with OSA will likely benefit from surgery
Greater number of sleep medicine programs available give otolaryngologists more choice, opportunity to earn certification in specialized skill set
Otolaryngologists certified in sleep medicine, sleep surgery in position to offer both CPAP, surgical treatment to patients
Does surgical intervention, particularly multilevel surgery, for OSA decrease depression and sleepiness?
Otolaryngologists question whether AHI should be main determining factor of OSA treatment effectiveness
What is the relationship between CSF and OSA?
Bariatric surgical weight loss has been shown to consistently reduce the severity of AHI and associated symptoms among obese patients, but cures for OSA are elusive
What is the long-term effectiveness of palatal implants as a treatment for primary snoring?
Sleep experts at SLEEP 2014 discuss interventions to reduce sleep problems, curb pain and disability in children with insomnia, disrupted sleep