Byron became a sleep technologist in 1986 and has worked in the field for 30 years.
He has a special interest in education and strives to break down technical topics to common language to promote understanding.
His past experience includes working as a technologist and/or sleep center manager at Southeast Alabama Medical Center, Flowers Hospital, and North Alabama Medical Center – all located in Alabama. He was also a partner in the Alabama School of Sleep Medicine. Byron is currently a Clinical Specialist with the Philips Respironics company and is a part-time instructor at the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine.
In his spare time, Byron just tries to keep up with his 3 daughters and 5 grandchildren.
Here's what to expect:
Friday, October 7th, 2-3 p.m.
"Sleep Related Breathing Disorders"
Review the physiology of obstructive sleep apnea andsleep-related breathing disorders.
Discuss American Academy of Sleep Medicine scoringrules, protocols and procedures.