Sleep Disordered Breathing in Women: pregnancy, post-menopause & post-hysterectomy

As presented at the AACP 18th Annual Midwinter meeting Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans Jan 28-29 2011 entitled “Putting Sleep Knowledge to work”

Sleep-Disordered Breathing in Women: Pregnancy, Post-Menopause, and Post-Hysterectomy,
by Edward P. Spiegel, DDS
This presentation will walk attendees through an intermediate-level overview of the science of sleep as it relates to women’s health
and the unique manifestation of sleep disorders in the female population throughout the life cycle.
Upon conclusion, attendees should be able to
• Have an intermediate background in the science of sleep as it pertains specifically to the female body.
• Gain an intermediate understanding of the manifestation of sleep-breathing disorders and their systemic effects
throughout all stages of the female life cycle.
• Identify specific female patient populations within their respective practices who may be suffering from sleep breathing disorders
SleepScholar thanks Dr Ed Spiegel for his continued support and sharing this presentation with us. If there are any questions associated with this material please comment in our related LinkedIn forum for comment by Dr Spiegel. To view click the link below
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