Dr. Shannon Sullivan, MD, Sleep Specialist, Stanford Medicine and Dr. Kasey Li, MD, DDS, FACS present the Diagnosis of Sleep Disordered Breathing -- What Orthodontists Should Know (1.25 CE). With the increased awareness of OSA, it is important for the orthodontist to improve their knowledge in managing patients with OSA. The objective of this seminar is to introduce the use of sleep studies in patient care. Various types of sleep studies will be discussed.
Discuss epidemiology and presentation of OSA and UARS
Describe the medical work-up for Sleep Disordered Breathing (referrals, screening, testing)
Be familiar with OSA severity criteria, different types of sleep studies and how it may influence therapeutic decision-making
Disclosure of Financial and/or Beneficial Interest: Presenters who have a financial and/or beneficial interest in any product or service related to their presentation are noted and the disclosure listed.
Speaker Disclosure: None
Length of session: Each session consisting of lecture and audience questions will last 75 minutes.
Cost: $0 for all Members
Continuing Education: Each participant who completes the Webinar will earn 1.25 CE credit.
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