What to Expect at The 38th AAST Annual Meeting: Artifact Recognition
Meet Deborah, who will present on artifact recognition
On Sunday June 12, Deborah Holderman, RPSGT, will speak on artifact recognition and discuss tips for distinguishing physiologic signals from artifacts.
Ms. Holderman is a RPSGT currently working at Tampa General Hospital (TGH). She is an active member of the AAST. Ms. Holderman began her career in sleep disorders nine years ago at Mercy Health Partners. She continued her career at TGH. TGH allows her the ability to train new professionals in the sleep industry as well as educate patients and the community about sleep disorders, compliance issues and new products.
Here is what Deborah will present during Sunday's fundamental track session on June 12 from 3:15pm - 4:15pm:
- Identify, define and discuss polysomnograph artifacts.
- Discuss the appropriate use of polysomnograph equipment and filter settings.
- Identify and distinguish physiologic signals from artifact.
We hope to see you at the 38th annual meeting in Denver, Colorado in June!
It's not too late to register. Registration is also available at the event:
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