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Steven Y Park, MD  
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How to Read Your Sleep Study

Mar 17, 2010 - 2 comments
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The sleep study report may look like a jumble of numbers and cryptic medical terms that's impossible to decipher. However, with a bit of guidance from Dr. Anita Bhola, a board-certified sleep medicine physician in New York City, you'll be able to understand the basics in how to read and interpret your sleep study.
Topic: How to Interpret Your Sleep Study

Format: Teleseminar, from the comfort of your own home or office

Date: March 23rd, 2010

Time: 8PM Eastern / 5PM Pacific

Cost: Free for the live event

Click here to register: The sleep study report may look like a jumble of numbers and cryptic medical terms that's impossible to decipher. However, with a bit of guidance from Dr. Anita Bhola, a board-certified sleep medicine physician in New York City, you'll be able to understand the basics in how to read and interpret your sleep study.
Topic: How to Interpret Your Sleep Study

Format: Teleseminar, from the comfort of your own home or office

Date: March 23rd, 2010

Time: 8PM Eastern / 5PM Pacific

Cost: Free for the live event

Click here to register: http://doctorstevenpark.com/teleseminar-registration

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by joanincarolina, Mar 18, 2010
I'm in for this one! I'm new to OSA and my new best friend CPAP. Thanks. Joan.

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by RuAmustang, Nov 19, 2013
Dr. Park,
I was given a sleep study trying to find the cause of my severe fatigue. I am told my O2 stats drp from 94% to a nadir of 83% AND MY WASO WAS 11 MIN. tHEY HAVE ME ON o2 @ NIGHT 1 L/min. what do all these different numbers that I am not even close to normal with mean?

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