Educational aims & objectives

At the end of the course, Dental Sleep Practice subscribers will:

·       Understand the difference between various subjective and objective screening modalities for sleep-related breathing disorders

·       Recognize the difference between traditional pulse oximetry and high-resolution pulse oximetry

·       Identify when and with which patients to use high-resolution pulse oximetry to screen for sleep-related breathing disorders

·       Recognize important indicators on high resolution pulse oximetry reports in order to identify which patients are appropriate to recommend potential sleep therapies

Only paid Dental Sleep Practice US subscribers are eligible to receive a certificate upon completion of passing the test. To become a DSP subscriber, please go to: https://medmarksubscriptions.com/

Prerequisites : None
Sponsor(s): None


Date / Time

Self Study - On Demand