Sleep Medicine: Current Challenges and its Future, An Issue of Sleep Medicine Clinics
This issue of Sleep Medicine Clinics, guest-edited by Dr. Barbara G Stražišar, focuses on Sleep Medicine: Current Challenges and its Future. This issue is one of four selected each year by series Consulting Editors, Dr. Teofilo Lee-Chiong and Anna C. Krieger. Articles include but are not limited to: Sleep apnea services during the COVID-19 pandemics. Experiences from the Swedish Sleep Apnea Registry (SESAR), Telemedicine in sleep-disordered breathing. Expanding the horizons, The future of sleep scoring, Networking and certification of sleep professionals and sleep centres. A need for standardized guidelines, New trends and new technologies in sleep medicine. Expanding the accessibility, Sleep medicine in elderly. Reducing the risk of comorbidities at autumn of life, Pediatric sleep medicine. Current Challenges and its Future, Sleep in neurological disorders and Future trends in the treatment of narcolepsy and hypersomnias.
|Author Information||Edited by Barbara Gnidovec Strazisar|
|Table of Content||Prolonged Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Sleep Medicine Services-Longitudinal Data from the Swedish Sleep Apnea Registry
Telemedicine in Sleep-Disordered Breathing: Expanding the Horizons
The Future of Sleep Measurements: A Review and Perspective
Future Treatment of Sleep Disorders: Syndromic Approach Versus Management of Treatable Traits?
New Trends and New Technologies in Sleep Medicine: Expanding Accessibility
Sleep and Cardiovascular Risk
Sleep in Neurologic Disorders
Insomnia Burden and Future Perspectives
Daylight Saving Time: Pros and Cons
Sleepiness Behind the Wheel and the Implementation of European Driving Regulations
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