Written by Richard Berry, MD, author of the popular Sleep Medicine Pearls, Fundamentals of Sleep Medicine is a concise, clinically focused alternative to larger sleep medicine references. A recipient of the 2010 AASM Excellence in Education award, Dr. Berry is exceptionally well qualified to distill today's most essential sleep medicine know-how in a way that is fast and easy to access and apply in your practice.
- Get clear guidance on applying the AASM scoring criteria.
- Reinforce your knowledge with more than 350 review questions.
- Get the answers you need quickly thanks to Dr. Berry's direct and clear writing style.
- Access the complete contents online at Expert Consult, including videos demonstrating parasomnias, leg kicks, and more.
|作者資訊||By Richard B. Berry, MD, Professor of Medicine, University of Florida; Medical Director, University of Florida Health Sleep Center, Gainesville, Florida|
"Written by Richard Berry, MD, Professor of Medicine, University of Florida, Gainesville, Medical Director, University of Florida and Shands Sleep Disorder Center, Gainesville, Fundamentals of Sleep Medicine is a multimedia resource that provides a concise, clinically focused alternative to larger sleep medicine references. Clinicians get everything they need to know about the evaluation and management of sleep disorders, including the interpretation of sleep scans and the use of the newly overhauled AASM scoring criteria. Coverage of physiology is limited to what is necessary for clinical decision making. The book's logical, user-friendly format and online features which include the full text and illustrations, numerous video clips, and selected case studies.
The goal of Fundamentals of Sleep Medicine is to provide readers with a core of fundamental knowledge about sleep medicine and polysomnography. Berry covers the topic so that a person without training in sleep medicine can start reading chapter one and progress until the end of the book." - SirReadaLot.org
|Table of Content||1 Sleep Stages and Basic Sleep Monitoring
2 Technology of Sleep Monitoring
3 Scoring Sleep Stages and Arousals in Adults
4 Biocalibration, Artifacts, and Common Variants of Sleep
5 Scoring Sleep stages and Arousals in Children
6 Sleep Architecture Parameters and Normative Data
7 Monitoring Respiration - Technology and Techniques
8 Monitoring Respiration - Event Definitions and Examples
9 Cardiac Monitoring and Scoring Rules
10 Monitoring of Sleep Related Movements
11 Portable monitoring, Actigraphy, Sleep Diary, pH Monitoring
12 MSLT and MWT
13 Case Studies in use of the MSLT
14 Evaluation of the Sleepy Patient
15 Sleep and Respiratory physiology
16 Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Adults
17 PAP treatment of OSA
18 Non-PAP treatment of OSA
19 Central Sleep Apnea
20 Complex Sleep Apnea and Hypoventilation Syndromes
21 Sleep and Chronic Lung Disease
22 Neurobiology of Sleep
23 Hypersomnias of Central Origin
24 Sleep Related Movement Disorders
25 Evaluation of the Patient with Insomnia
27 Behavioral Sleep Disorders of Children
28 Circadian Rhythm Physiology
29 Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders
30 Clinical EEG and video EEG
32 Care Studies in Parasomnias
33 Sleep Related Epilepsy
34 Sleep and Psychiatric and Behavioral Disorders
35 Sleep and GI physiology and associated Disorders
36 Sleep and Endocrine physiology
37 Sleep and Medical Conditions
38 Sleep and Neurological Conditions
|Trim||276 x 216 (8 1/2 x 10 7/8)|