View Update on Sleep Apnea. It wasn’t until 1965 that the first polysomnograph recorded apneas during sleep and it wasn’t until 1970 that the first sleep clinic was established at Stanford University in California. On this CME webcast, we’re going to show you how far we’ve come since that first sleep study was done 50 years ago. Joining our moderator, Dr. Jim Allen, in the studio is sleep medicine specialist and pulmonologist Dr. Aneesa Das and otolaryngologist Dr. Eugene Chio.
View a video introduction of this webcast
What you’ll learn in this webcast
As a result of this educational activity, webcast participants will be able to: IDENTIFY patients at risk for obstructive sleep apnea; DESCRIBE primary non-surgical treatments for obstructive sleep apnea; UNDERSTAND surgical options for OSA; and UNDERSTAND patient selection for sleep surgery.
You’ll also learn about the following:
- The relation between obesity and sleep apnea
- Surgical options for sleep apnea
- CPAP versus BiPAP in sleep apnea
- New CPAP technologies
- The most common sleep apnea surgeries
- Whether patients can stop CPAP after surgery
- Weight loss and sleep apnea control
- Tracheostomy for sleep apnea
- Central sleep apnea
- Anesthesia for sleep apnea surgery and post-op recovery
- Post-surgical sleep assessment
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