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Sleep Disorders | narcolepsy | insomnia

Support Groups in Sleep Disorders Medicine

By: Kimberly Trotter, MA, RPSGT
August 1st, 2019

Starting a support group for your patients can be very rewarding. They can be beneficial for the community and for the sleep center as a way to market the program. There are many different types of support groups — OSA, RLS, insomnia and narcolepsy being a few.

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narcolepsy | aasm | sleep apnea

Confessions of a Sleep Heretic

By: Richard Rosenberg, PhD
June 28th, 2018

During my site visiting years, I spent a considerable amount of time on planes reading accreditation applications. One thing that always puzzled me was that many centers included high and low ranges for sleep stages as a percentage of total sleep time. Despite the fact that my site visiting hit its peak in 2010, I think these numbers usually came from the 1974 opus by Williams, Karacan and Hirsch, which appears to be out of print. Patients with inadequate Stage 3 or excessive REM were branded as abnormal. But abnormal how?

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Free CEC Opportunity from The Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine and the AAST

By: Rita Brooks
February 23rd, 2017

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