Cardiorespiratory Monitoring During Sleep

Cardiorespiratory monitoring during sleep is a common method used to diagnose sleep disturbances, especially obstructive sleep apnea syndrome.
The purpose of this workshop is to create practical skills for using the cardiorespiratory monitoring device, as well as selecting patients for investigation and assessing the results.

 

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Instructor
Adrian Lupusor, Assistant Professor
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Suggested for
3rd to 6th Year Students
Resident doctors and doctors from all medical specialties interested in sleep disorders
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