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Fundamentals of Sleep Technology

Fundamentals of Sleep Technology 2019 edition cover image

by Teofilo L. Lee-Chiong Jr. MD (Author), Cynthia Mattice MS RPSGT RST (Author), Rita Brooks MEd R EEG/EP T (Author)

Chapter 16: “Central Disorders of Hypersomnolence” (de Sousa, Rui RPSGT, RST & Sellman, Tamara RPSGT, CCSH), pp. 162–189.

Hardcover: 752 pages
Publisher: LWW; Third edition (May 11, 2019)
ISBN-10: 1975111621 || ISBN-13: 978-1975111625

A2Zzz: The Magazine for Sleep Technologists

A2Zzz magazine for sleep technologists

SUMMER 2018, VOL. 27, #3
How to Make the Most of AAST’s 2018 Annual Meeting

FALL 2017, VOL. 26, #4
25 Ways to Be a Sleep Health Activist

WINTER 2017, VOL. 26, #1
The New Sleep Gadgets: What Technologists Need to Know

SUMMER 2016, VOL. 25, #3
Don’t Overlook the Value of State and Regional Sleep Societies

SUMMER 2016, VOL. 25, #3
Should Sleep Technologists Be Reading Clinical Research Studies?

SPRING 2016, VOL. 25, #2
How To Make The Most Of Sleep Conference Meetings

SPRING 2016, VOL. 25, #2
A Technologist’s Introduction to Sleep Telemedicine

WINTER 2016, VOL. 25, #1
Are All Policy and Procedure Manuals Created Equal?

WINTER 2016, VOL. 25, #1
Risk Management In The Sleep Center: What We Can Take Away from Renee V. The Emory Clinic, Inc.

FALL 2015, VOL. 24, #4
Sleep Hygiene For Nightwalkers


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