Insomnia, CRSD and Hypersomnia in Patients with Mood Disorders
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Managing Patients with Co-morbid Conditions
David Neubauer, MD
How sleep problems and mood disorders are linked, and how a physician should approach a patient with these comorbidities. This presentation references the DSM-5 to review the key symptoms and characteristics of mood disorders associated with sleep problems. Dr. Neubauer explains how depressive symptoms interact with circadian rhythms, as well as how manic episodes tie to sleep loss. The presenter also talks about how some mood disorder medications cause sleep problems and how to treat patients with mood disorder and sleep comorbidities.
This series provides physicians with the knowledge of when and how patients with co-morbidities should be treated for their sleep disorders. Each presentation focuses on treating sleep disorders in conjunction with other diseases like fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s disease, seizure disorders and Type 2 diabetes. Discussion focuses on providing strategies and tactics on how to treat the complex patient which physicians can apply in their practice.
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0 hr 58 min
Discuss techniques for diagnosing sleep disorders in patients with co-morbid conditions; and
Review treatment strategies for sleep disorders in patients with co-morbid conditions.
Describe common sleep disorders in patients with various co-morbid conditions;
How sleep problems and mood disorders are linked, and how a physician should approach a patient with these comorbidities.
The AASM designates this enduring material for a maximum of 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
CME is available for three years from the date of release, 10/5/2013. No CME for this program will be provided after three years unless the program is reviewed by the AASM and found current and eligible for CME.
Note: If you attended this session in person you cannot claim CME for this online learning module.
Hardware/Software Requirements: An internet connection and speakers are required to participate in this presentation.Online learning modules can be accessed in the AASM Online Learning Center. The AASM does not offer refunds for online learning module purchases.
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