How Much Do You Actually Know About Hypoventilation?
AAST Fall Course in Branson, Missouri October 9-10, 2015
Meet Sean Gipson, RPSGT, who will discuss how sleep technologists should address hypoventilation in patients.
Get to know Sean, Founder & President of Sleep Specialties
Sean Gipson is an executive in both a private medical practice as well as in public education serving as the CEO for Sleep Specialties and NeuroSpectrum as well as the Associate Academic Dean for Concorde Colleges, Inc.
Mr. Gipson has worked in Sleep Medicine for 22 years; 18 of those years he has been credentialed as an RPSGT. Mr. Gipson has a Bachelor’s of Science in Technical Management and is currently working on a Master’s in Science in Management and Leadership from Western Governor’s University. Sean is currently serving on the Education Task Force as well as the Membership and Communications Committee with the AAST. He remains an active member with the AAST.
Saturday, October 10, 8:15 - 9:15 a.m.
1. Distinguish obesity hypoventilation syndrome from obstructive sleep apnea.
2. Characterize the effects of obesity on lung volume and oxygenation.
3. Predict effects of untreated obesity hypoventilation syndrome.
To learn more about the AAST Fall Course in Branson and register click the link below.
About Kevin Asp
Because of the implementation of his best practices of Implementing Inbound Marketing in its Medical Practice, he turned the once stagnant online presence of Alaska Sleep Clinic to that of "The Most Trafficked Sleep Center Website in the World" in just 18 months time.