Fundamentals of Sleep Technology

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Postby KendallStation » Thu May 26, 2011 3:09 pm

Fundamentals was the text for the program I just graduated from.....it's mostly written by docs and very medically intensive. That being said, for a noob student it was dense and baffling, now in the field its enlightening and great.

We used that, Sleep Medicine Pearls, and of course the scoring manuals. On our own we all got Sprigg's pocket-guide, which probably saved a lot of our asses come midterm time.

Oh wait this thread is 4 years old....ugh.
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Postby somnonaut » Thu May 26, 2011 4:49 pm

I edited the Event recognition chapter in Fundamentals. It was an AAST undertaking, and not many docs involved at all. It was a tech written publication. My name is listed in the editors section.
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Postby KendallStation » Thu May 26, 2011 4:56 pm

Call me corrected, my teacher was part of the Circadian Rhythm Disorders chapter....

even though....pretty dense (and thus good) book for a sleep noobie.
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