Volume 4.6 : September – October 2009

v4n6 Volume 4.6 : September   October 2009
  • Merging Sleep Diagnosis With Therapy
  • New Device for the Treatment of Primary Snoring
  • Treatment of Insomnia in Elderly Individuals
  • Sleep Disordered Breathing and Morality
  • How Internet Retailers Fit in the Sleep Industry – John Goodman
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  • Sleep Sage Predicts “Time of Huge Change” – David P. White
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  • Silent Sleep Could Make Some Noise – Jamison Spencer
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  • Call It “Outsourcing” – Robin Palmer
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  • Sensory Appreciation – D. Toomey
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  • A Unique Internal Nasal Dilator Device (Brez by AirWare) for the Treatment of Primary Snoring – Barbara Harris, Michael Breus, Thomas Minor, and Yiran Hu
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  • Quetiapine and CBT-I for Insomnia in Elderly Veterans with Stable Affective Disorders: A Pilot Study – Rayan K. Al Jurdi, William M. Schmitz, Jr., Nancy J. Petersen, Ken L. Woods, and Quang X. Nguyen
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Product Spotlights

  • DreamPort Portable Sleep Gateway – Sarah Weimer
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  • New Sensor Technology – Sarah Bond
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Articles of Interest
  • Economics of Oral Appliances
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  • Sleep makes excellent sense
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  • Validation of Transcend Auto™ Autotitrating CPAP Compared with an Established AutoPAP Device
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  • HST: Is anyone HOME?
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  • Use of Hybernite Universal Heated Breathing Tube
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  • Narcolepsy: Forgotten No More?
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  • Man on a Mobile Mission
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  • The Father of Necessity
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  • Scope of Practice: “The Most Misunderstood Concept in Dentistry”
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  • Effortless CPAP Sanitization versus Germs and Sickness
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  • Thomas Roth, PhD, Urges Early Diagnosis for Narcolepsy
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  • Small Product, Big Dreams
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  • The Battle for Oral Appliance Legitimacy
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  • Home Sleep Testing Continues its Momentum
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  • A Novel Non-Prescription Nasal EPAP Device (Theravent) to Treat Snoring
HTML PDF
  • The Video Advantage
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  • Changes in the Heart Rate Variability in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea and its Response to Acute CPAP Treatment
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Understanding Pressure Transducers and Pressure Flow Signals

 

Understanding Pressure Transducers and Pressure Flow Signals

Articles of Interest
  • Economics of Oral Appliances
HTML PDF
  • Sleep makes excellent sense
HTML  
  • Validation of Transcend Auto™ Autotitrating CPAP Compared with an Established AutoPAP Device
HTML PDF
  • HST: Is anyone HOME?
HTML PDF
  • Use of Hybernite Universal Heated Breathing Tube
HTML PDF
  • Narcolepsy: Forgotten No More?
HTML PDF
  • Man on a Mobile Mission
HTML
  • The Father of Necessity
HTML PDF
  • Scope of Practice: “The Most Misunderstood Concept in Dentistry”
HTML PDF
  • Effortless CPAP Sanitization versus Germs and Sickness
HTML PDF
  • Thomas Roth, PhD, Urges Early Diagnosis for Narcolepsy
HTML PDF
  • Small Product, Big Dreams
HTML PDF
  • The Battle for Oral Appliance Legitimacy
HTML PDF
  • Home Sleep Testing Continues its Momentum
HTML PDF
  • A Novel Non-Prescription Nasal EPAP Device (Theravent) to Treat Snoring
HTML PDF
  • The Video Advantage
HTML PDF
  • Changes in the Heart Rate Variability in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea and its Response to Acute CPAP Treatment
HTML PDF

 

Understanding Pressure Transducers and Pressure Flow Signals

 

Understanding Pressure Transducers and Pressure Flow Signals