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NEW: Topical Collections

Get best practice updates for managing various sleep disorders while earning CME credit.
Sleep disorders are a growing concern and best practice medical care is more important now than ever.  

The Sleep Disorders Topical Collection offers the latest on sleep disorders, from leading experts across some of the best academic and healthcare institutions in the world.

Covered are essential topics related to sleep disorders- including Sleep Apnea (CPAP, OSA, etc.) Insomnia, and Sleep Disorders in Children. Topics are succinct and carefully curated— because we know that your time is valuable.

We currently offer an array of Topical Collections with more to come.

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Highlights from Customers:

Epidemiology of OSA By Aneesa M. Das, MD

“This is very applicable to the patient population I treat. There is a lot of obesity and new OSA diagnoses.”

Insomnia: Behavioral Management By Charles Schmittdiel, PhD

“This was my favorite lecture so far in 4 years of subscribing to AudioDigest”

GI Diseases and Sleep By David A. Johnson, MD

“Excellent-this is the first time I have heard anything about sleep and GI disorders.”

Sleep DisordersSleep Disorders CME Topics and Learning Objectives:

Sleep Apnea (CPAP, OSA, and more)
• Identify common signs and symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea in men and women.
• Explain the relationship between sleep apnea, obesity, and exercise.
• Discuss the cardiovascular and neurologic sequelae of obstructive sleep apnea.
• Explain how obstructive sleep apnea causes cardiometabolic dysfunction.
• Recommend CPAP therapy and lifestyle interventions appropriately in the management of obstructive sleep apnea.
• Diagnose obesity hypoventilation syndrome.
• Optimize perioperative anesthesia in obese patients.
•Recognize the limitations of pharmacotherapy for treating patients with insomnia.
• Provide patients with information on the appropriate use of over-the-counter agents to induce and maintain sleep and to treat insomnia.
• Develop an individualized treatment plan for patients with insomnia.
• Discuss the impact of insomnia on physical and mental health.
• Recognize common comorbidities found in patients with insomnia.
• Review evidence-based management options for patients with acute and chronic insomnia.
• Educate patients about the sleep-wake cycle and the physiology of insomnia.
• Employ cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia as the first-line approach to treatment.
Neurology & Sleep
• Diagnose sleep-related movement disorders.
• Use evidence-based approaches to treat patients with sleep-related movement disorders.
• Diagnose sleep disorders in patients with Parkinson disease.
• Select effective therapies for restless legs syndrome.
• Use melatonin, light, and behavioral therapies to treat delayed sleep-wake phase disorder.
• Recognize the connection between sleep disorders and migraine headache.
• Collaborate with patients on appropriate pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic therapies for sleep disorders.
Sleep Disorders in Children & Youth
• Explain the normal pattern of sleeping and waking in adolescents.
• Advise parents and patients about the effects of cell-phone use on sleep in children and adolescents.
• Teach patients and parents about effective sleep hygiene techniques.
• Advise parents about the use of melatonin in children.
• Diagnose and treat common sleep disorders in adolescents.
• Identify risk factors for parasomnia.
• Assess the association between sleep deprivation and obesity.
• Identify risk factors for obstructive sleep apnea.
• Manage obstructive sleep apnea in a child.
Special Cases in Somnolence
• Explain how disruption of the circadian rhythm affects the gastrointestinal tract and cancer pathways.
• Recognize sleep problems in patients with psychiatric disorders.
• Optimize the use of psychotropic medication in patients with comorbid insomnia and psychiatric disorders.
• Describe changes in sleep that occur with advanced age.
• Select appropriate treatment of insomnia and restless legs syndrome

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  • Most CME credits in this product will be current for over 2 years; longevity varies by lecture.
  • Includes CME credit tracking and CME certification.

These lectures are for general CME/CE use, and do not necessarily meet your state’s and/or institution’s specific CME/CE requirements for patient safety, risk management, opioid prescribing, etc. Check your individual state and institution to verify continuing education requirements related to licensure and certification.


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