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What to Expect at the 38th AAST Annual Meeting: Pediatrics 101 and Scoring

By: Kevin Asp, CRT, RPSGT
May 27th, 2016

Sleep Pediatrics 101: What You Can Expect On Tuesday, June 14, Joel Porquez, RST, RPSGT, CCSH, alongside Laree Fordyce, RPSGT, RST, CCRP and Rakesh Bhatlacharjee, MD will review pediatric sleep center programs recommendations for pediatric sleep services.

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What to Expect at the 38th AAST Annual Meeting: The Keynote Address

By: Kevin Asp, CRT, RPSGT
May 26th, 2016

Light, Sleep and Clocks: Neuroscience to Therapeutics On Monday, June 13, Russell Foster, PhD will present the SLEEP 2016 Keynote Address  

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What to Expect at the 38th AAST Annual Meeting: Adaptive Servo-Ventilation (ASV)

By: Kevin Asp, CRT, RPSGT
May 25th, 2016

Adaptive Servo-Ventilation - What you should know On Tuesday, June 14 Richard Rosenberg, PhD will discuss forms of central sleep apnea and the efficacy of ASV in the treatment of these disorders.

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What to Expect at the 38th AAST Annual Meeting: CO2 Monitoring

By: Kevin Asp, CRT, RPSGT
May 20th, 2016

Meet Dr. Malhotra who will discuss CO2 Monitoring  On Tuesday,  June 14th, Atul Malhotra, MD, will be reviewing the influence of CO2 vs. O2 in normal respiration and will review CO2 monitoring.

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What to Expect at the 38th AAST Annual Meeting: Case Review of Successful Titrations

By: Kevin Asp, CRT, RPSGT
May 19th, 2016

Meet Allen who will conduct a case review of successful titration On Sunday,  June 12th, Allen Boone,RPSGT, RST, CCRC will be reviewing cases of successful titrations.

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What to Expect at the 38th AAST Annual Meeting: Case Review of Successful Titrations

By: Kevin Asp, CRT, RPSGT
May 19th, 2016

Meet , Bernadette who will conduct a case review of successful titration On Sunday,  June 12th, Bernadette Moore-Dumas, RPSGT, RST, REEGT, CRET, will be reviewing cases of successful titrations.

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What to Expect at the 38th AAST Annual Meeting: Social Media and HIPAA

By: Kevin Asp, CRT, RPSGT
May 18th, 2016

Meet Dr. Kryger, who will discuss the relationship between social media and HIPAA On Tuesday,  June 14th, Meir Kryger, MD, will be discussing HIPAA and social media - a most important topic for sleep technologists! 

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What to Expect at the 38th AAST Annual Meeting: Best Practices For Patient Education

By: Kevin Asp, CRT, RPSGT
May 17th, 2016

Meet , Dr. Park who will discuss best practices for patient education  On Tuesday,  June 14th, John Park, MD, will be discussing the most effective methods for educating your patients.   About Dr. Park Dr. Park is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Mayo Clinic in the division of Pulmonary/Critical Care/Sleep Medicine.  He completed his fellowship training in pulmonary/critical care and sleep medicine at Mayo Clinic. He then remained at Mayo, where he currently spends his clinical time in both the Sleep Clinic and the Medical Intensive Care Unit. He has given numerous talks internationally and has been honored as one of the top 10% of teachers in the Department of Medicine at Mayo Clinic for several years.

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What to Expect at the 38th AAST Annual Meeting: Drowsy Driving

By: Kevin Asp, CRT, RPSGT
May 16th, 2016

Meet Dr. Van Dongen, who will cover the legislative aspects of drowsy driving On Monday,  June 13th, Hans Van Dongen, PhD, will discuss and review the challenges with drowsy driving from a health and policy perspective.  About Dr. Van Dongen Dr. Van Dongen is Director of the Sleep and Performance Research Center at Washington State University Spokane. He is nationally and internationally known for his research on sleep, sleep deprivation, drowsiness and performance impairment. His research includes a wide range of laboratory, field and simulator studies, and he has made significant contributions to drowsy driver detection technology as well as mathematical modeling to predict drowsiness. Dr. Van Dongen has published over 100 peer-reviewed papers, and his work is widely cited. He has been awarded funding by the U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, NASA, NIH, Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Regional Airline Association, and various industry partners.

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What to Expect at the 38th AAST Annual Meeting: The Latest on Telemedicine Equipment

By: Kevin Asp, CRT, RPSGT
May 12th, 2016

Meet John Lund, who will demonstrate the capabilities of telemedicine equipment  On Sunday,  June 12th, John Lund RRT, RPFT, RPSGT will discuss and review the latest telemedicine equipment.

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