Now completely updated and reorganized to reflect the most recent Sleep Medicine board examination, the ICSD-3, and the revision to the AASM Scoring Manual, Kryger’s Sleep Medicine Review, 2nd Edition, provides authoritative guidance and cutting-edge information to help you prepare for the test and for clinical practice. Authors Meir H. Kryger, Russell Rosenberg, Douglas Kirsh, and Lawrence Martin have ensured that this unique review tool contains an assessment of the most current standards, techniques for applying the new scoring rules, and tips for passing the exam – all correlated with other products in the trusted Kryger line of sleep medicine references for a seamless test prep and clinical resource experience.
- Consult this title on your favorite e-reader .
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- Monitor your progress with an online testing module that tells you which questions you answer correctly and incorrectly so that you can retest accordingly.
- Explore explanations further with answers keyed to the relevant sections of Dr. Kryger's Principles and Practices of Sleep Medicine as well as the Atlas of Clinical Sleep Medicine.
- Effectively prepare for the exam using a format reorganized to include eight new content areas, a mix of review questions weighted to correspond with the test, and new content areas for practitioners taking the European and Japanese sleep boards.
- Stay up to date with the latest innovations in the field, including questions related to home sleep testing.
- Keep up with recent changes in the exam through coverage of techniques for applying the new scoring rules, information on the latest classification definitions (ICSD-3), links to CME and Maintenance of Certification (MOC), tips for passing the exam, and more.
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Table of Contents
SECTION 1 Normal Sleep and Its Variants
1.1 Sleep-Wake Mechanisms and Neurophysiology
1.2 Circadian Mechanisms and Neurophysiology
1.3 Sleep at Different Ages and Stages of Human Life
1.4 Sleep Deprivation
1.5 Polysomnography: Methods, Rules, Event Scoring, Sleep Staging
SECTION 2 Sleep-Wake Timing
SECTION 3 Insomnia
SECTION 4 Hypersomnolence
4.2 Other Hypersomnias
4.3 Potpourri of Sleepiness
SECTION 5 Parasomnias
5.1 Non–Rapid Eye Movement Parasomnias
5.2 Rapid Eye Movement Parasomnias
5.3 Other Parasomnias
5.4 Name That Stage
SECTION 6 Movement Disorders
6.1 Limb Movement Disorders
6.2 Other Movement Disorders
SECTION 7 Breathing Disorders
7.1 Obstructive Sleep Apnea
7.2 Central Sleep Apnea
7.3 Sleep-Related Hypoventilation and Hypoxemic Syndromes
7.4 Other Sleep-Breathing Disorders
SECTION 8 Sleep in Other Disorders
8.1 Neurologic Disorders
8.2 Psychiatric Disorders
8.3 Other Disorders
SECTION 9 Gone, but Not Forgotten