How to interpret the results of a sleep study

  title={How to interpret the results of a sleep study},
  author={Deepak Shrivastava and Syung Min Jung and Mohsen Saadat and Roopa Sirohi and Keri Crewson},
  booktitle={Journal of community hospital internal medicine perspectives},
With an increased level of awareness of sleep disorders among the public, there has been an increase in requests for sleep studies, and consequently, more referrals made to sleep specialists by primary care physicians and other health care providers. Understanding technical and clinical information provided in the sleep study report is crucial. It offers significant insight in to sleep pathophysiology in relation to patient symptoms. The purpose of this article is to provide a simple and easy… CONTINUE READING
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