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Kryger's Sleep Medicine Review. A Problem-Oriented Approach. Edition No. 3

  • ID: 4759605
  • Book
  • 322 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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Part of the trusted Kryger line of sleep medicine references, Kryger's Sleep Medicine Review, 3rd Edition, tests your knowledge with over 1,000 questions and answers, both in print and online. This unique review tool follows the updated AASM exam blueprint, providing authoritative guidance and current information on every aspect of sleep medicine. It's an invaluable resource for test prep and clinical practice, with updates to the classification system (ICSD3) and scoring manual, a new section on instrumentation, and questions related to key topics such as home sleep testing.

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- Normal Sleep and Variants (Kirsch)

- Sleep-wake mechanisms, neurophysiology

- Other physiology

- Normal sleep

- Effects of sleep deprivation

- Scoring and staging

- Circadian Rhythm Sleep-Wake Disorders (Rosenberg)

- Circadian sleep disorders

- Shift work disorder

- Jet lag disorder

- Circadian sleep-wake disorder not otherwise specified

- Insomnia (Rosenberg)

- Short-term insomnia

- Chronic insomnias

- Chronic insomnia of childhood (3.5 percent)

- Insomnia related to behavior, medical conditions, or drugs

- Central Disorders of Hypersomnia (Rosenberg)

- Narcolepsy

- Idiopathic hypersomnia

- Kleine-Levin syndrome (periodic hypersomnia)

- Insufficient sleep syndrome

- Hypersomnia due to medical disorders

- Hypersomnia due to medications

- Hypersomnia associated with psychiatric disorders

- Parasomnias (Kryger)

- NREM-related parasomnias

- REM-related parasomnias

- Other parasomnias

- Isolated symptoms and normal variants

- Sleep-Related Movements (Kirsch)

- Restless legs syndrome

- Periodic limb movement during sleep

- Rhythmic movement disorder

- Sleep-related leg cramps

- Bruxism

- Sleep myoclonus

- Other-sleep-related movement disorders

- Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders (Kryger)

- Obstructive Sleep Apnea

- Central Sleep Apnea Syndromes

- Sleep-related hypoventilation disorders

- Sleep-related hypoxemia disorder

- isolated symptoms and normal variants

- Sleep in Other Disorders (Kryger)

- Neurologic disorder

- Psychiatric disorders

- Other medical disorders

- Instrumentation and Testing (Kirsch)

- Electrical components

- Technical aspects of sleep devices

- Electrical safety

- Artifacts

- Study preparation and testing conditions

- Gone but Not Forgotten (Kryger)

- Safe Sleep

- Behavioral Insomnia of Childhood

- Primary Sleep Apnea Syndrome in the Newborn

- Congenital central Hypoventilation Syndrome

- Obstructive sleep apnea in Children
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Kryger, Meir H. Professor, Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut.

Rosenberg, Russell CEO, The Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine & Technology, Atlanta, Georgia.

Kirsch, Douglas Medical Director, Carolinas Sleep Medicine, Carolinas HealthCare System, Charlotte, North Carolina.
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