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.
About Dr. Rosenberg
Dr. Rosenberg was a student of Allan Rechtschaffen at the University of Chicago and received his PhD in 1980.
He started the Evanston Hospital Sleep Disorders Center and was a member of the Departments of Neurology and Psychology of Northwestern University.
He served on the AASM Board of Directors from 1999–2003 and was an employee of the AASM until 2012. He currently runs a consulting business and teaches in the Departments of Psychology and Human Development, California State University, Long Beach.
Here is what Dr. Rosenberg will present during Tuesday's general track session on June 14 from 11:15pm - 12:15pm
Classify forms of central sleep apnea.
Debate polysomnographic criteria for central sleep apnea types.
Identify patients where treatment with adaptive servo ventilation is appropriate.
Assess the efficacy of ASV in different disorders.