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  1. Sleep Medicine Clinics by Max Hirshkowitz MD, 2007-03-08
  2. Fundamentals of Polysomnography and Sleep Disorders by Dr. Thomas M. Kilkenny, 2002-09-05
  3. Abnormal Respiration: Sleep Apnea, Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Central Neurogenic Hyperventilation, Cough, Snoring, Shortness of Breath
  4. Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and Excessive Sleepiness Associated with OSA: Recognition in the Primary Care Setting (Postgraduate Medicine) by MD, MPH Joseph A. Lieberman III, 2010-05-18
  5. Guide to Snoring Relief and Sleep Apnea
  6. The Complete Guide to Sleep Apnea by Michael Johnson, 2010-03-25
  7. Snoring and Sleep Apnea
  8. Sleep Related Breathing Disorders
  9. Breathing Disorders of Sleep [Contemporary Issues in Pulmonary Disease]
  10. Sleep and Cardiorespiratory Control: Sommeil et Controle Cardio-Respiratoire (Colloques Inserm) (French Edition)
  11. Sleep and Health Risk by J. H. Peter, T. Penzel, et all 1991-05
  12. Handbook of Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders by J. R. Stradling, J.r. Stradling, 1993-01-15
  13. Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders: Experimental Models and Therapeutic Potential (Lung Biology in Health and Disease)
  14. Cardiorespiratory Disorders During Sleep

81. Sleep Disorders - Neurologychannel
From the NeurologyChannel information about sleep and the different stages, insomnia, obstructive sleep apnea and narcolepsy.
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82. - Canada's #1 Source For CPAP
Canadian supplier of CPAP products for the treatment of sleep apnea. Heated humidifiers, masks, software and accessories.
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83. Jan J. Weisberg, MD
Located in Frankfort, Kentucky. Specializing in ear, throat and nasal surgery, and surgery for sleep apnea/snoring.

84. -- Respiratory Wellness Centre
Offers respiratory products and services, at home diagnostic testing for Obstructive sleep apnea, CPAP therapy. Hospital oxygen concentrators.
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has recently established RANA-Medical as a Canadian Factory Authorized Service Centre for oxygen concentrators and sleep therapy equipment. For more details, click here Rimer Alco North America (RANA)-Medical is a diversified company founded in 1987, providing products and services to the hospital, mining, and homecare respiratory community. We are the leading provider of hospital oxygen concentrator systems in North America, with over 60 facilities throughout Canada and the Caribbean relying on RANA-MED equipment to produce on-site medical oxygen. Refuge One Air Centres We are also a leading provider of home respiratory and sleep testing services, with offices throughout Manitoba and in Calgary. We specialize in home oxygen therapy, asthma and C.O.P.D. education and supplies. We carry a wide range of products from the leading manufacturers and offer superior customer service, including:
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85. A.P.N.E.A. Network Welcome Page
Our Goals for this site Our goal is to make this an engaging, interesting, and informative site for information about Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) for
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Click here to enter the A.P.N.E.A. NETWORK FORUM This forum was mentioned by the Dear Abby column on November 7, 2003 ( ) as a resource for those with an interest in sleep apnea. It is an open message board about sleep apnea and treatment issues. Stop by to read the posts and post a reply or a new message of your own! Check out the new article on FDA approval of Provigil(R) to treat excessive sleepiness!
A.P.N.E.A. NET , for short.
Our Goals for this site: Our goal is to make this an engaging, interesting, and informative site for information about
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) for:
  • persons who have been diagnosed with OSA family members of persons with OSA those who are looking for information about OSA those who should have a greater knowledge of OSA those interested in increasing awareness of OSA and other sleep disorders
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Our point-of-view will be that of APNEA PATIENTS We'll try to keep things as simple as possible, while still providing you with information. We'll look at things from the patient's angle, rather than a purely scientific approach. The tone will be informal and conversational where it can be. We will have reports and information from medical and health care professionals, but we will focus on information aimed at the patient, not the sleep professional.

86. Buteyko - Well Naturally
Michael Clark is a Eucapnic Buteyko Breath Therapist offering treatment for asthma, snoring and sleep apnea, and training for Buteyko practitioners.
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home treatment FAQ's ... contact Well Naturally... to know the cause is to know the cure This web site has been designed as a means of providing information to those suffering from breathing problems, including asthma, emphysema and even snoring. It is also for those who may be thinking of becoming a Breathing Therapist themselves. Hello my name is Michael A Clark, welcome to my site. I am a qualified Buteyko Therapist I also hold qualifications in Stress Management, counselling and Reiki. The Brisbane Medical Trials of 1996 compared two study groups. The group treated with Buteyko reported an astonishing 92% reduction in the use of Bronchodilators (Ventolins)! This compared to the other group who were treated with conventional treatment which showed no improvement. I was hooked! As quickly as possible I did the Butyeyko Course, passed my exam and completed the necessary case studies. In no time I was practising and found that by incorporating my Stress Consultancy experience I could in fact gain even better results.

87. Could It Be Sleep Apnea? - Sleep Disorders Archives
Could It Be sleep apnea? sleep Disorders April 30, 2004. sleep Disorders Blog Archives. « April 29, 2004 Main May 02, 2004 ». Could It Be sleep apnea?
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88. Chronic Obstructive Airways Disease
Abstract with links to obstructive sleep apnea.
Chronic Obstructive Airways Disease
There can be large falls in arterial oxygen saturation during sleep in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. In general, these falls can be predicted from daytime oxygen levels and are not due to classical OSA syndrome, but to a number of factors which combine to produce worsening hypoxaemia during sleep. These patients are often at the limits of their respiratory capacity, and the loss of the intercostal and accessory muscle contribution to breathing, and the increase in upper airways resistance associated with REM sleep, cause marked falls in ventilation. In addition, patients may be hypoxic while awake and small falls in ventilation and PaO2 lead to large falls in arterial oxygen saturation during sleep. The hypoxic episodes demonstrated by overnight oximetry in a patient with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease differ in character from those seen in patients with OSA syndrome (figure 10). Figure 10. Overnight arterial oxygen saturation monitoring in a patient with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. There is some evidence that increases in upper airway narrowing during sleep, short of apnoeas and even snoring, may contribute to the development of CO2 retention in these patients. However classical sleep apnoea is not significantly more common in unselected COPD patients with raised CO2 levels, and excessive nocturnal hypoxaemia is not one of the predictors of long- term survival in patients with COPD.

89. Sleep Apnoea FAQ / Sleep Apnea FAQ
sleep Apnoea FAQ / sleep apnea FAQ. Highly recommended. What is sleep apnea? sleep apnea is defined as the cessation of breathing during sleep.
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Sleep Apnoea FAQ / Sleep Apnea FAQ
Written and edited by patients, and with input by others experienced in sleep apnea, this FAQ or Frequently Asked Questions page answers many concerns and issues raised by people with snoring and apnea.
Doug Linder
Current editing by Jerry Halberstadt
Frequently-Asked Questions file v 3.1
  • Who the heck are you? What is Sleep Apnoea? How do I know if I have it? Wouldn't I know it if I woke up so often? ... Where can I find doctors/sleep centers/CPAP in my own country?
  • Who the heck are you?
    My name is Doug Linder. I'm just some guy with apnoea. It's easier to tell you what I am not:
    • Most importantly, I am NOT a doctor. I do not keep lists of doctors, specialists, equipment companys, or anything like that. I can't recommend doctors or brands of CPAP machines. Sorry. I don't have a folderful of secret "cures" for apnoea that I keep away from everyone else just out of spite. The minute I hear of a new potential treatment, I put it up here. I'm not highly connected to the field of sleep medicine. Yes, I have met a few nice folks in the industry, and some of them are indeed doctors. But they don't give free, anonymous, undiagnosed medical advice over the internet, either.

    90. SomnoGuard, Schnarchen, Schlafapnoe, Femcon, Vaginalkonen, Harninkontinenz
    Medical products for sleep medicine, obstetrics and gynecology. Major products comprise a novel mandibular advancement device against snoring and obstructive sleep apnea and various intrauterine devices for contraception.
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    Medizinprodukte von Tomed wie z.B. SomnoGuard gegen Schnarchen und Schlafapnoe, Femcon Vaginalkonen bei Harninkontinenz, Schwangerschaftsmieder und Spiralen ( IUPs )
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    Danach : femcon vor schlafapnoe nach schnarchen abschließend somnoguard .
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    Dann : somnoguard , vaginalkonen und schlafapnoe vor harninkontinenz . Beschreibung des Seiteninhaltes:
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    91. Questionaire For Identifying Possible Sleep Apnea
    Questionaire for identifying possible sleep apnea score yourself. Cuestionario de autoevaluacisn de apneas de Suego. What can I do about sleep apnea?
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    Questionaire for identifying possible sleep apnea: score yourself
    You don't have to feel lousy, sleepy, or tired.
    "My father snored and gasped. I snore and gasp. What could that have to do with feeling lousy all the time? Turns out there was a connection. Find out what it is." -Daniel Pinkwater, author and National Public Radio commentator. Every night, a phantom-sleep apnea syndrome-steals sleep from millions of unsuspecting victims. You may be among them if your sleep is repeatedly disturbed by snoring, by choking halts in breathing, and by gasping efforts to breathe. You could be in danger of losing your health, years of productivity and happiness, and your life. The struggle between sleep and breathing is caused by sleep apnea syndrome which leaves victims unaware of the source of their daytime sleepiness. Less than five percent of those who may have sleep apnea have been diagnosed and treated. Because sleep disorders medicine is so new, many physicians may not be trained to recognise the symptoms. So, chances are that you could be affected without you or your doctor suspecting it. This short quiz is designed to help you to recognize possible sleep apnea so that you can realize there can be relief for your symptoms.

    92. Somnoplasty, Laser Skin Resurfacing, Facial Surgery, Dental Implants, Sleep Apne
    Maxillofacial surgery practice. General information including maps and directions, services, resources on sleep disorders and apnea and FAQs.
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    93. Patient Services
    Specialty treatment for sleep disorders from insomnia, snoring, sleep apnea, restless legs and narcolepsy.
    The Sleep Wellness Center at Griffin Hospital The Sleep Wellness Center at Griffin Hospital is a comprehensive program that brings state-of-the-art sleep medicine our community. The Sleep Wellness Center offers help for people with sleep disorders such as insomnia, sleep apnea, snoring, restless legs and narcolepsy. The Center is conveniently located on the 1st floor of Griffin Hospital and includes 3 beautifully appointed rooms complete with satin sheets and mahogany finishes where patients are studied. The Sleep Wellness Center is staffed by highly trained physicians and polysomnographists trained in state-of-the-art sleep medicine techniques. Griffin Hospital's Sleep Wellness Center has been awarded Beta Research Site designation for product design and development by Medcare Sleep Diagnostics, the Netherlands and Vermont Medical. This designation brings world class sleep medicine to the Valley and assures on-going state-of-the-art diagnostic sleep services for the future. The Beta site designation ensures that this will continue unparalleled anywhere else in the state. New equipment improvements and innovations are available to Griffin Hospital and its patients. Unlike other area laboratories, the agreement with Medcare and Vermed guarantees patients will never be subjected to old or obsolete sleep diagnostic equipment or procedures.

    FACTS ABOUT sleep apnea. To identify possible underlying sleep apnea, sleep studies are usually required before LAUP is performed.
    FACTS ABOUT SLEEP APNEA This page last updated on 07/28/97 12:35 AM The information below is a reproduction of material from the National Center on Sleep Disorders Research. No changes have been made to the text of the article, but section headings have been highlighted. The National Center on Sleep Disorders Research is a part of the National Institutes of Health National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.
    Sleep apnea is a serious, potentially life-threatening condition that is far more common than generally understood. First described in 1965, sleep apnea is a breathing disorder characterized by brief interruptions of breathing during sleep. It owes its name to a Greek word, apnea, meaning "want of breath." There are two types of sleep apnea: central and obstructive. Central sleep apnea, which is less common, occurs when the brain fails to send the appropriate signals to the breathing muscles to initiate respirations. Obstructive sleep apnea is far more common and occurs when air cannot flow into or out of the person's nose or mouth although efforts to breathe continue. In a given night, the number of involuntary breathing pauses or "apneic events" may be as high as 20 to 30 or more per hour. These breathing pauses are almost always accompanied by snoring between apnea episodes, although not everyone who snores has this condition. Sleep apnea can also be characterized by choking sensations. The frequent interruptions of deep, restorative sleep often lead to early morning headaches and excessive daytime sleepiness.

    95. ThinkQuest : Library : Sleep From A To Zzz
    A study by ThinkQuest the complexity and importance of your daily biological ritual from apnea, insomnia, and sleep disorders to sociological and zoological facts.
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    Visit Site 1999 ThinkQuest Internet Challenge Awards Silver Languages English Spanish Students Gerry Liceo di Lugano 2, Lugano, Switzerland Emilie Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Annandale, VA, United States James American School of Lima, Lima, Peru Coaches Donald TJHSST - Fairfax County Public Schools, McLean, VA, United States Mauro Liceo di Lugano 2, Bellinzona, Switzerland John American School of Lima, Lima, Peru Want to build a ThinkQuest site? The ThinkQuest site above is one of thousands of educational web sites built by students from around the world. Click here to learn how you can build a ThinkQuest site. Privacy Policy

    96. CPAP, Bi-Level Devices, Auto-Adjusting CPAP & Accessories
    CPAP equipment and supplies, obstructive sleep apnea information, bipap, OSA.




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    97. Obstructive Sleep Apnea - November 15, 1999 - American Academy Of Family Physici
    AFP November 15, 1999. Obstructive sleep apnea. LYLE D. VICTOR, MD Oakwood Hospital, Dearborn, Michigan TABLE 1 Common Features in Patients with sleep apnea.

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    O bstructive sleep apnea is a disorder in which complete or partial obstruction of the airway during sleep causes loud snoring, oxyhemoglobin desaturations and frequent arousals. As a result, affected persons have unrestful sleep and excessive daytime sleepiness. The disorder is associated with hypertension, impotence and emotional problems. Because obstructive sleep apnea often occurs in obese persons with comorbid conditions, its individual contribution to health problems is difficult to discern. The disorder has, however, been linked to angina, nocturnal cardiac arrhythmias, myocardial infarction, stroke and motor vehicle crashes. Even though obstructive sleep apnea is fairly common, it often remains undiagnosed in primary care practice. Because the disorder is associated with significant morbidity and even some mortality, family physicians need to be familiar with its clinical presentation and treatment. Pathophysiology Obstructive sleep apnea is caused by repetitive upper airway obstruction during sleep as a result of narrowing of the respiratory passages. Patients with the disorder are most often overweight, with associated peripharyngeal infiltration of fat

    98. Atlanta Institute For ENT And Facial Aesthetic Surgery & Pradeep K. Sinha, MD, P
    Located in Atlanta, Georgia. Pradeep K. Sinha, MD, PhD, FACS offers information about his practice. Extensive patient resources on endoscopic sinus surgery, sleep apnea surgery, snoring surgery and coblation.
    Welcome to the Atlanta Institute for ENT and Facial Aesthetic Surgery, the premiere speciality center in Atlanta for medical, surgical and laser treatment of the head and neck. Pradeep K. Sinha MD, PhD, FACS is a board certified surgeon specializing in both Otolaryngology and Plastic Surgery of the Face and Neck. Our focus and experience in the head and neck allow us to offer the latest, most advanced procedures and therapy for you. Dr. Sinha has worked to create a practice environment that is warm and comfortable while providing state of the art, personal and professional care to our patients. We are conveniently located at the junction of Georgia 400 and I-285 in the Buckhead/Sandy Springs area. Our office is located adjacent to Northside Hospital, St. Joseph's Hospital and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite. In addition to these leading healthcare institutions, Dr. Sinha is also on the active staff of Piedmont Hospital and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery at Emory University School of Medicine. We invite to browse our web site for information on diseases and disorders of the ear, nose and throat and related structures in the Head and Neck region. We invite you to call 404-257-1589 to make an appointment for a personal consultation with Dr. Sinha.

    99. Treatment Of Obstructive Sleep Apnea In Primary Care - February 1, 2004 - Americ
    American Family Physician. Treatment of Obstructive sleep apnea in Primary Care. The diagnosis of sleep apnea may be confirmed by sleep laboratory studies.

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    Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Primary Care LYLE D. VICTOR, M.D., M.B.A., Oakwood Hospital and Medical Center, Dearborn, Michigan A patient information handout on CPAP for sleep apnea, written by the author of this article, is provided on page 572.
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    S leep apnea is a cessation of breathing during sleep that is caused by repetitive partial or complete obstruction of the airway by pharyngeal structures. Patients with obstructive sleep apnea often are overweight, snore loudly, and complain of daytime fatigue and sleepiness. A sleep laboratory may be used to confirm the diagnosis. Family physicians should be able to diagnose and manage this relatively common disorder. Deciding When to Treat The risk of long-term mortality increases when patients have 20 or more respiratory events per hour during sleep testing. The initial step in the management of sleep apnea is deciding which patients need treatment. The severity of the condition is measured by the number of apneas (cessations of airflow) or hypopneas (reductions in airflow) that cause sleep arousal. The number of these events per hour is commonly called the "apnea-hypopnea index" or the "respiratory disturbance index." An often quoted study recommended treatment if patients had 20 or more respiratory events per hour, because long-term mortality increases above that level.

    100. Thorton Adjustable Positioner
    Offers devices utilizing a dental approach to snoring, sleep apnea and sleep disordered breathing.

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