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Kent Caylor, RPSGT

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The Changing Face of Sleep Technology, Part IV

By: Kent Caylor, RPSGT
January 3rd, 2019

This is the fourth article in a series on the changing face of sleep technology. The past three articles focused on technology and the economy. This article focuses on how all these changes could directly impact the future sleep technologist.

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The Changing Face of Sleep Technology, Part III

By: Kent Caylor, RPSGT
November 1st, 2018

This article is part three in a four-part series on the ever-changing face of sleep technology. In this article, we’ll address the following questions: What does the future of sleep medicine look like? How will evolving technology change the way sleep studies are done? And, just as importantly, how will economic pressures affect sleep medicine?

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The Changing Face of Sleep Technology, Part II

By: Kent Caylor, RPSGT
July 26th, 2018

This is the second in a series of articles dealing with the changing landscape of sleep technology. In this article, we’ll take a brief look at our present understanding of sleep as well as review some of the technology we use in our sleep centers.

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The Changing Face of Sleep Technology: Part I

By: Kent Caylor, RPSGT
April 26th, 2018

The earliest recorded theory of sleep is from c450 BC. At that time, a Greek physician by the name of Almaeon described sleep as a loss of consciousness as blood recedes from the surface of the body¹. A few other theories came out regarding sleep. However, all theories encompassed a similar theme: Sleep was seen as a passive state in which the brain was simply “turned off.” In other words, sleep was something that happened to the brain, as opposed to the brain taking an active part in initiating sleep.

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The Effects of Night Shift Work on Sleep!

By: Kent Caylor, RPSGT
August 16th, 2017

What are the effects of night shift work on sleep?  Let’s look at why we need sleep and when to get the best sleep.  We'll also explore whether Shift Work Sleep Disorder is a real disorder, and answer the question, 'Is sleeping during the day really all that bad?'

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