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Pulm Disease Exam 5

SPC Pulmonary Disease Exam 5 Ch. 31 Sleep Apnea

Sleep Disorder Categories Insomnia, Hypersomnia, Circadian rhythm sleep disorders
Obstructive Apnea Airflow is absent but ventilatory effort persists, caused by complete upper airway obstruction
Central Apnea Absence of both airflow and ventilator effort
Mixed Apnea A period of time with no airflow followed by a period of time with no ventilatory effort
Signs of Obstructed Sleep Apnea? 1. Loud Snoring 2. Moodiness or irritability 3. Lack of Concentration 4. Memory Impairment 5. Hypersomina
Most common sign of sleep apnea? Snoring
Risk factors associated with OSA? Hypertension
Examples of secondary Central Sleep Apnea? Cheyne-Stokes Breathing & Hypothyroidism
What is routinely used as a validated measure of daytime sleepiness? Epworth Sleepiness Scale
Non Rem Sleep is what stages? 1 Light sleep 2. Light sleep 3. Slow wave sleep 4. deep sleep
Rem Sleep is what stage? 5 REM sleep
General Management of OSA? 1. Behavior Modification 2. CPAP/BIPAP 3. Oral Appliance 4. Surgery
T/F Chest Curass is used for sleep apnea? False
Types of Behavior modifications for sleep apnea? 1. Weight loss 2. Avoid alcohol/sedatives 3. Sleep Deprivation
First line therapy for OSA? CPAP
Most common & effective therapy for sleep apnea? CPAP
What waveforms are used to measure sleep cycle? EEG, EOG, EMG
Created by: Langhout1418
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