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This is a group for those who work in the world of sleep studies and sleep disorders.

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Latest Activity: Mar 7, 2012


AWAKE Support Group Topics? 1 Reply

Hello: I work for a Home Care agency and we sponsor AWAKE sleep apnea support groups every 6 months. Can anyone share any topics they may have used or seen that were popular with…Continue

Started by Lesley SMith. Last reply by Mike Mar 7, 2012.

New Medicare guideline 2 Replies

So, I haven't gotten all the details, but from what I am understanding, as of October 1st, the person doing a medicare patient has to be either an RT or RPSGT... anyone else hearing about this? I am…Continue

Tags: PSGT, RPSGT, RRT, medicare

Started by Leslie Scott. Last reply by 99 Oct 30, 2010.

Fall Sleep Seminar

I was just wanting to tell others if you are still trying to get CEC's, there will be a Sleep seminar on September 16th-18th,16th is check in, 17th & 18th meetings. The meeting will be in Branson…Continue

Started by Charli Beth Evans Jun 2, 2010.

My Sleep Apnea surgery 9 Replies

In July of 2001 I was diagnosed with Sleep Apnea, I used a Remstar CPAP, and later a REMstar Series M CPAP from 2001 to 2008. I travel a lot by Air and it is a supreme Hassle to get your CPAP through…Continue

Started by Randy Bray. Last reply by Randy Bray May 18, 2010.

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Comment by Scottsdale Sleep Center on March 4, 2010 at 3:33pm
Hello! We're new around here...we're a sleep lab in Scottsdale, AZ with 4 beds. I'm a RN working at the lab and we also have a RPSGT who will be making posts. We'll comment more once we figure this site out! =)
Comment by Leslie Scott on December 10, 2009 at 3:00am
Well, I finally took my test on Dec. 5. Figuring I will hear sometime after the window closes on 12/12. The waiting is what is killing me!!!
Comment by D. W. Conn on September 22, 2009 at 10:33am
Sleep professional with sleep apnea.
To other sleep workers. I find self treatment or advice difficult. When I am with a patient algorithms play 90 to nothing in my head. When it comes to sleep or apnea issue for me everything stops. I go straight to mortality and co morbidity.
Comment by D. W. Conn on September 20, 2009 at 1:05pm
Hi folks I have worked in Sleep,,,well since Noah sailed the Ark. Been a sleep radio show host, television health reporter, patient advocate and night time polysomnographer. I continue to learn and there is so very much i do not know.
Comment by Leslie Scott on September 13, 2009 at 6:03am
I have been eligible for my boards since May, but been trying to come up with the funds... between vacation and back to school stuff, looks like I'm finally going to be sitting for them in December as well.
Comment by Leslie Scott on September 13, 2009 at 6:00am
Wow... glad so many people have joined. I have not been real active, but did just change my email address to my work address... so I will actually see my emails now. I've been an RT for over 25 years, will have my 1 year anniversary in the sleep lab in about 3 weeks... I tease my patients that I am the walking text book of sleep disorders... I have them all :) I've done hospitals, rehab and homecare before starting at the sleep lab. I am excited that we are expanding this next month to become a 4 bed lab, so I will have people to bounce stuff off from. Glad to see you all here!
Comment by Jim Nadolny, BS, CRT on June 29, 2009 at 11:22am
I am an RT with over 20 years of experience in the treatment of Sleep Apnea. 13 of those years I spent as an RT in the homecare setting. Nice to be here!
Comment by RockRpsgt on June 1, 2009 at 7:53am
I recently just left a 10 bed IDTF for a 6 bed hospital based lab.
Comment by Sherry A Tatum on June 1, 2009 at 5:58am
Yeppers Rock!
We have a 6 bed lab, but are currently using 4 for quite sometime
Comment by RockRpsgt on June 1, 2009 at 5:10am
I too was a bartender before sleep. I live in indy. You 2 part of the same lab?

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