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Sleep Medicine Acronyms (From APAP to Zzzz): Part 4, S-Z

Tamara Kaye Sellman, RPSGT, CCSH

It can be frustrating trying to understand medical jargon of any kind. Sleep medicine acronyms are no exception.

Here is a series on abbreviations you are likely to encounter during your visits to a sleep specialist or sleep center. 

This fourth section highlights terms that start with the letters S through Z.

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Sleep Medicine Acronyms (From APAP to Zzzz): Part 3, N-R

Tamara Kaye Sellman, RPSGT, CCSH

It can be frustrating trying to understand medical jargon of any kind. Sleep medicine acronyms are no exception.

Here is a series on abbreviations you are likely to encounter during your visits to a sleep specialist or sleep center. 

This third section highlights terms that start with the letters N through R.

See also: 

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Sleep Medicine Acronyms (From APAP to Zzzz): Part 2, E-M

Tamara Kaye Sellman, RPSGT, CCSH

It can be frustrating trying to understand medical jargon of any kind. Sleep medicine acronyms are no exception.

Here is a series on abbreviations you are likely to encounter during your visits to a sleep specialist or sleep center. 

This second section highlights terms that start with the letters E through M.

See also: 

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Sleep Medicine Acronyms (From APAP to Zzzz): Part 1, A-D

Tamara Kaye Sellman, RPSGT, CCSH

It can be frustrating trying to understand medical jargon of any kind. Sleep medicine acronyms are no exception.

Here is a series on abbreviations you are likely to encounter during your visits to a sleep specialist or sleep center. 

This first section highlights terms that start with the letters A through D.

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The Sleep Medicine Team: Physicians, Technologists, Educators, Dentists

Tamara Kaye Sellman, RPSGT, CCSH

A patient who suspects they have a sleep disorder learns pretty quickly that they cannot just hire a sleep doctor to fix their problem. Rather, what they enter into is much better: a relationship with a team of specialists who work in tandem across the continuum of that patient's care to ensure they are diagnosed and treated properly and that they are compliant to their therapies over the long term. This team model illustrates a positive step toward improving patient outcomes, which bodes well for everyone involved.

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