Sleep and breathing disorders
Sleep revolution meets obstructive sleep apnoea: classification, grading, outcome indicators and use of new technologies
Aims : To describe current knowledge of obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) from epidemiology to new classifications, treatment and prevention; to explain how clinicians could face the future of sleep breathing disorders (SBDs) in light of new technologies; to identify strategies for a homogenous European approach to the identification, diagnosis and management of sleep breathing disorders, presenting the Sleep Revolution project of the European Union.
Target audience :
Adult pulmonologist/Clinician, Clinical researcher, General practitioner, Medical Student, Medical Technical Assistant, Nurse, Respiratory critical care physician, Paediatrician, Pathologist, Patient, Physician in Pulmonary Training, Physiologist, Respiratory physiotherapist, Scientist (basic, translational), Respiratory therapist, Journalist
Epidemiology, General respiratory patient care, Physiology