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Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome — A Primer

Note: This is an edited transcription of a podcast recording

Today, we are going to spend the next 30 minutes talking about upper airway resistance syndrome, or UARS. It’s a relatively new description of a condition that’s related to obstructive sleep apnea but as you’ll hear in this podcast, has enormous ramifications in regards to so many health conditions that we see, not only in our field, but in almost every other field in general. I have to say, however, that this is a… Continue

Posted on February 8, 2009 at 11:00pm — 5 Comments

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At 5:09pm on March 2, 2011, Chris H said…
Hi Dr Park, If nitric oxide produced in the nasal area is not getting inhailed due to stuffiness or bypassed like Dr Jones" hole in neck" Is their a therapy to replace what is normally produced?Good Sleep, Chris
At 2:42am on October 5, 2010, D. W. Conn said…
Dr. Parks,
Could you explain Sleep/Wake perception disorders? Over the past 25 or so years there have been the occasional patients that want to argue to the death that they never fell asleep during their polysomnogram. The patients truly believe they never slept. All Stages REM, NREM and brief REM was observed. I had another patient such as this a few days ago.
At 11:17am on August 3, 2010, D. W. Conn said…
Dr. Park when scoring an arousal we know it has to be at least 3 seconds. Is there a maximum duration?
At 7:55am on July 3, 2010, D. W. Conn said…
Dr. Parks.
Would we see any changes with OSA or Central apnea when treating cardiac patients with ionotropic, chronotropic medications?
At 7:57pm on May 26, 2010, Matt said…
Thanks Dr. Park, I did get that and am looking forward to reviewing it.
At 5:51pm on May 12, 2010, Mary Z said…
Thanks Dr. Park. Well worth the time, energy and expense.

Mary Z.
At 3:39pm on May 12, 2010, Mary Z said…
Thanks Dr Park. I did decide my attitude was out of line. Please blame it on chronic irritability (just lately) and sticker shock. Still I would be interested in what your consult consists of.
I did delete the comment as unnecessarily antagonistic. My humble apologies.

Mary Z.
At 5:04pm on March 24, 2010, Judy said…
And thank you re: the mp3 file. That was the first telecast I've really taken part in. I've never had much interest in youtube, twitter, myface and telecasts and online videos due to being a victim of slow speed dial up as our only available option in our rural area.
At 5:01pm on March 24, 2010, Judy said…
I so hope they will!!!! I've been absolutely enthralled w/DeVilbiss and F&P finally coming out w/fully data capable xPAPs! And delighted that PB has come out w/the new Sandman and would love to know more about them. Even tho I'm on bi-level. *sigh* I really LOVE my Resmeds and the ease of acess to so much data via the LCD screen. I really didin't lke the fussy access to the limited data on the Respironics. And I really HATED the power brick and platform of the Respironics too. The Resmed S8s have been such a CONVENIENT style, especially when traveling and changing motels each night. I was so sorely disappointed to see the S9s have the doggone extra cord and the power brick - two of the things I've hated most about the Respironics. I've got my fingers crossed that they will do a presentation for us!!!

And by the way - you sounded so YOUNG during the telecast!!!
At 4:20pm on March 24, 2010, Renee said…
Hello Dr. Park,

I got to the pdf with the link you provided and I'll get going on investigating all the info.

Thank you,

At 12:38pm on March 24, 2010, Steven Y. Park, MD said… Sorry, I gave you the wrong link. Here's the right one:

On the upper left hand corner, you'll see a PDF link.

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