A Case a Week: Sleep Disorders from the Cleveland Clinic by Nancy FoldvaryA Case a Week: Sleep Disorders from the Cleveland Clinic by Nancy Foldvary

A Case a Week: Sleep Disorders from the Cleveland Clinic

byNancy Foldvary, Kumaraswamy Budur, Jyoti Krishna

Hardcover | October 9, 2010

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Offering a practical approach to the introduction of sleep medicine, this easy-to-use, concise volume uses actual patient cases from the Cleveland Clinic Sleep Disorders Center. A wide spectrum of diagnoses are included to expose the reader to the extensive range of sleep-wake disorders thata patient can experience. Written in a concise format designed to illustrate the signs and symptoms, diagnostic criteria, workup and routine treatment of patients presenting to the sleep clinic, this volume serves as a practical text perfect for the busy primary-care practitioner seeking to improveher knowledge of sleep-wake disorders. Whenever possible, tracings from diagnostic tests, photography, and video clips are provided to enhance clinical presentations and to aid in recognition of abnormities identified in the sleep laboratory.
Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer, D.O., is Director of the Cleveland Clinic Sleep Disorders Center, Neurological Institute and Associate Professor of Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University. Kumar Budur, MD, is with the Cleveland Clinic Sleep Disorders Center, Neurological Institute, Depart...
Title:A Case a Week: Sleep Disorders from the Cleveland ClinicFormat:HardcoverDimensions:432 pages, 9.25 × 6.12 × 0.98 inPublished:October 9, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195377729

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Table of Contents

N. Foldvary-Schaefer, K Budur, J. Krishn: Introduction to the Sleep Clinic (emphasis on provider and patient diversity; behavioral and group therapy clinics; special exam rooms: ENT/on-site blood draws, Utox screening, etc)Video of sleep clinicsN. Foldvary-Schaefer, K Budur, J. Krishna: Introduction to the Sleep Laboratory (emphasis on instrumentation, variety of hook-ups and studies and hotel labs)Video of sleep labInsomniaK. Budur: 1. V. Luppa: Psychophysiological InsomniaK. Budur: (emphasis on diagnosis and pharmacological management)2. M. Drerup: Psychophysiological Insomnia(emphasis on non-pharmacological management)Consider video quiz for poor sleep hygiene, "what's wrong with this bed room"3. K. Ashton: Insomnia Due to Mental DisorderK. Budur: (emphasis on Depression/ Anxiety and Insomnia)4. M. Richards: Behavioral Insomnia of Childhood(emphasis on limit setting/sleep onset association and behavioral interventions)5. M. Zaharna and K. Budur: Paradoxical Insomnia6. K. Adury: Insomnia Due to Medical ConditionK. Budur: (emphasis on fibromyalgia/pain and common medical conditions associated with Insomnia)Sleep-Related Breathing DisordersN. Foldvary-Schaefer: Central Sleep Apnea Syndromes7. H. Mermingis: Primary Central Sleep ApneaZ. Alsheikhtaha: (emphasis on diagnosis and different treatment options)8. I. Sriubiene: Central Sleep Apnea Due to Cheyne Stokes Breathing PatternS. Baccaray and N. Foldvary-Schaefer: Consider video of a patient9. B. Cohen and J. Krishna: Central Sleep Apnea Due to Medical Condition not CSR10. H. Mermingis: Complex Sleep ApneaZ. Alsheikhtaha: (emphasis on diagnosis and ASV)Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndromes11. S. Baccaray: OSA, Adult- Use of portable monitoring and screening tools for OSAN. Andrews and N. Foldvary-Schaefer: (emphasis on standard signs and symptoms of OSA in adults and indications/contra-indications for PM)Consider video of a patient: hook-up12. W. Novak: OSA, Adult Challenging PAP - Behavioral strategiesJ. Sliwinski: (emphasis on PAP treatments and need for behavioral interventions: desensitization in challenging cases, etc)Consider video of a patient with CPAP desensitization13. R. Kaw: OSA, Adult - Obesity/Metabolic Syndrome/Bariatric surg /Perioperative IssuesC. Bae: Consider a photograph and hypnogram pre and post bariatric surgery14. S. Ibrahim: OSA, Adult - Craniofacial anomaly/ Mandibular AdvancementR. Armstrong: Consider video of a patient with craniofacial anomaly and components of a good ENT exam15. A. Kominsky: Adult OSA -Upper airway surgery(emphasis on patient selections, interventions, success rates)Consider video16. R. Seth: Pediatric OSA - SupraglottoplastyJ. Krishna and P. Krakovitz: (emphasis on surgery for pediatric OSA)Consider video of a laryngoscopy/surgery17. J. Krishna: Pediatric OSA - Severe OSA -Urgent assessmentJ. Sciuva: (emphasis on pediatric OSA and identifying high risk patients)18. L. Aboussuan: OSA - PAP interfacesZ. Zahand: (emphasis on mechanical problems)P. Podmore: Consider video of mask fitting19. J. Krishna: Pediatric OSA - ObesityJ. Sciuva: (emphasis on metabolic syndrome in peds)20. F. Sreshta: OSA- oral appliancesConsider video of different oral appliances, fitting, etcSleep-Related Hypoventilation/Hypoxemic Syndromes21. N. Jaimchariyatam and O. Minai: Sleep-Related Hypoventilation/Hypoxemia Due to Pulmonary Parenchymal or Vascular Pathology22. N. Jaimchariyatam and O. Minai: Sleep-Related Hypoventilation/Hypoxemia Due to Lower Airways Obstruction - Overlap Syndrome23. L. Aboussuan: Sleep-Related Hypoventilation/Hypoxemia Due to Neuromuscular and Chest Wall Disorders (Pompe's disease) (emphasis on timing of sleep study and management)N. Jaimchariyatam and J. Krishna: Consider videoHypersomnias of Central Origin Not Due to a Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder, Sleep-Related Breathing Disorder, or Other Cause of Disturbed Nocturnal SleepJ. Krishna: 24. C. Griffin: Narcolepsy with cataplexyS. Neme and N. Foldvary-Schaefer: (emphasis on diagnosis of narcolepsy, MSLT interpretation, and treatment of narcolepsy)Consider video25. R. Valentino: Narcolepsy Due to Medical ConditionF. Talih: (emphasis on differential diagnosis of hypersomnia and medical conditions that cause narcolepsy)26. C. Brooker: Klein-Levin SyndromeP. Kotagal: (emphasis on KLS and other recurrent hypersomnias)27. K. Budur: Idiopathic Hypersomnia With/Without Long Sleep TimeN. Jaimchariyatam: (emphasis on management of hypersomnia; discuss MWT)28. K. Budur: Behaviorally Induced Insufficient Sleep SyndromeN. Jaimchariyatam: (emphasis on consequences of sleep deprivation)29. J. Sciuva: Hypersomnia due to DrugsK. Budur and J. Krishna: (emphasis on preparation for MSLT: stop meds; Utox)Circadian Rhythm Sleep DisordersK. Budur: 30. 30. Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder, DSPS: Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder, DSPS(emphasis on differential diagnosis of hypersomnia)31. W. Novak: Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder, DSPS(emphasis on actigraphy, treatment)Consider video of actigraphy and light therapy32. K. Budur: Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder, Shift Work Disorder(emphasis on SCN, core body temperature)33. W. Novak: Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder, Jet Lag Type(emphasis on circadian misalignment, FAA recommendations)ParasomniasN. Foldvary-Schaefer: Disorders of Arousal (From NREM Sleep)34. A. Roy: Confusional Arousals - SleepwalkingN. Foldvary-Schaefer: (emphasis on prevalence of arousal disorders, overlap in S. Neme presentation, provoking factors, and treatment)Consider video35. A. Irwin: Sleep TerrorsJ. Krishna: (emphasis on differential diagnosis and treatment)Consider videoParasomnias Usually Associated with REM Sleep36. S. Neme: REM Sleep Behavior DisorderA. Avidan: (emphasis on diagnosis and treatment/safety measures)Consider video37. C. Rodriguez: RBD (pseudo RBD)(emphasis on differential diagnosis, impact of treating other sleep disorders)Consider videoOther Parasomnias38. J. Krishna: Sleep EnuresisJ. Sciuva: (emphasis on differential diagnosis, work up, role of sleep expert)39. C. Brooker and N. Foldvary-Schaefer: Sexsomnia40. S. Baccaray and N. Foldvary-Schaefer: Sleep-Related Eating Disorder41. M. Grigg-Damberger: Sleep-Related Groaning (Catathrenia)N. Foldvary-Schaefer: Consider videoSleep-Related Movement Disorders42. J. Lee: Restless Legs SyndromeC. Bae: (emphasis on diagnosis and treatment including augmentation)Consider video43. L. L. Lim: Restless Legs SyndromeAi Ping Chua and N. Foldvary-Schaefer: (emphasis on workup; secondary RLS)44. F. Zarrouf: Periodic Limb Movement DisorderK. Budur: (emphasis on scoring leg movements; etiology of PLMS)Consider video45. S. Ibrahim: Hypnogenic Foot TremorR. Valentino: (emphasis on differential diagnosis)Consider videoSleep Disorders Associated with Other Conditions46. S. Neme: Sleep-related epilepsyN. Foldvary-Schaefer: (emphasis on frontal lobe epilepsy mimicking parasomnia)Consider video47. J. fong: VNS, epilepsy and apneaC. Bae: (emphasis on PSG findings)K. Yang and N. Foldvary-Schaefer: Consider video48. T. Loddenkemper: Continuous Spike Wave in Sleep (CSWS)P. Kotagal: Consider video49. J. Vensel: Parkinson's diseaseC. Rodriguez: (emphasis on sleep in PD: hypersomnia, RBD, RLS)Consider video showing multiple sleep manifestations a in PD patient50. W. Novak: Dementia with CRD(emphasis on sleep in the aged; ASPS, Irregular SW cycle)51. D. Rothner: Headache(emphasis on multidisciplinary approach, specifically role of sleep specialist)52. M. Alattar: StrokeJ. Lee-Iannotti: (emphasis on sleep in stroke patients: central apneas, hypersomnolence, etc)