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Sleep Medicine in Neurology. NIP– Neurology in Practice

  • ID: 2708345
  • Book
  • December 2013
  • Region: Global
  • 188 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Recognize, understand, and manage sleep dysfunction in your patients

Sleep disorders can cause neurological problems. Neurological problems can cause sleep disorders. Whatever the cause or effect, neurologists need to be well versed in sleep medicine. This enables effective discussion of sleep problems and improved patient outcomes and satisfaction.

Sleep Medicine in Neurology introduces the practicing neurologist to sleep medicine, from examination of the patient to treatment of many sleep disorders. With a focused, practical approach throughout, the expert author team covers:

  • History, examination and sleep testing of the patient
  • Insomnia
  • Excessive daytime sleepiness
  • Narcolepsy
  • Obstructive and central sleep apnea
  • Movement disorders in sleep
  • Parasomnias
  • Sleep disorders in children

Clinical in approach, practical in execution, Sleep Medicine in Neurology helps you diagnose and treat your sleep–disordered patients more effectively.

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Contributors vii

Series Foreword ix

Preface x

Acknowledgments xi

chapter 1
Introduction to Sleep Medicine 1
Douglas B. Kirsch

chapter 2
The History and Physical Examination of the Sleep Patient 8
Sheila C. Tsai

chapter 3
Subjective and Objective Sleep Testing 21
Martha E. Billings and Nathaniel F. Watson

chapter 4
Approach to a Patient with Excessive Daytime Sleepiness 31
Rajdeep Singh and Aatif M. Husain

chapter 5
Approach to a Patient with Narcolepsy 43
Ravichand Madala and Rodney A. Radtke

chapter 6
Evaluation and Medical Management of Sleep–Disordered Breathing 51
Mihaela H. Bazalakova and Lawrence J. Epstein

chapter 7
Surgical Management of Sleep–Disordered Breathing 64
Masayoshi Takashima, Jaime Gateno, Melinda Davis–Malessevich, and Robert Busch

chapter 8
Medical Co–morbidities Associated with Obstructive Sleep Apnea 79
Emerson M. Wickwire and Scott G. Williams

chapter 9
Non–pharmacological Treatments of Insomnia and Circadian Rhythm Disorder: Special Focus on Neurology Patients 90
Mary Rose

chapter 10
Using Medications to Treat Insomnia 103
Andreea Andrei

chapter 11
Parasomnias: Diagnosis, Evaluation, and Treatment 112
Douglas B. Kirsch

chapter 12
Restless Legs Syndrome, Periodic Limb Movements, and Other Movement Disorders in Sleep 123
Raman Malhotra

chapter 13
Sleep and Neurological Disorders 134
Maryann C. Deak

chapter 14
Cognition, Driving, and Sleep 145
Makoto Kawai

chapter 15
Pediatric Sleep Medicine 153
Shalini Paruthi

Index 165

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Douglas Kirsch
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