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2016 Sharing Knowledge Through Each Other

This conference is organized for sleep lab managers, sleep technologists and Respiratory Therapists. Attendees will have the chance to recieve 9 CEC’s for BRPT, AAST and AARC. All event details are still being finalized, this page will be updated periodically. Please check back for more information! Thursday, June 2nd Schedule (3 CECs) 5:00-5:30– Check in […]

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Is Your Snoring a Sign of a Serious Health Problem? [Update]

Snoring is one of the most common sleep problems in the United States. People snore when the soft tissues of the upper airway vibrate as you breathe during sleep. According to the National Sleep Foundation, an estimated 90 million adults in the United States snore. There are many factors that can contribute to snoring and […]

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Oral Appliance to Treat Sleep Apnea

The Advantages Oral Appliance Therapy is the newest, non-invasive remedy that works for both men and women alike. An Oral appliance is comfortable to wear, very quiet, portable and easy to care for. Visiting the Dentist Your dentist will work with your sleep doctor in order to treat both snoring and sleep apnea. The initial […]

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Recent Web Conference with Dr. Bogrow

The Web-Conference was about new technology ( MATRx) that will accurately predict which patients will be successfully treated with Oral Appliance therapy. Dr. Bogrow had the privilege of presenting with Dr. John Remmers who is the Chief Medical officer and Co-founder of Zephyr Sleep Technologies and a pioneer in the field of Sleep medicine/ dentistry. […]

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The Utility of the Elbow Sign in the Diagnosis of OSA

Is this the future of triaging patients for potential OSA? This has been a long-standing process by partners of people who snore or in some cases stop breathing. Who knew we were helping to lead a medical advancement? All I was trying to do was get a good night’s sleep. A small clinical observation reported […]

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