Clinical Sleep Medicine
A Comprehensive Guide for Mental Health and Other Medical Professionals
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Featuring the contributions of more than two dozen national and international experts, Clinical Sleep Medicine: A Comprehensive Guide for Mental Health and Other Medical Professionals is the definitive resource to the core concepts of sleep medicine. With the most up-to-date information and the latest guidelines, this guide summarizes the pathophysiological mechanisms, epidemiology, clinical presentations, and management of adult and pediatric sleep disorders, including
- Sleep-disordered breathing
- Circadian disorders
- Sleep-related movement disorders
New concepts, emerging evidence, and aspects that require further research are highlighted specifically throughout the book and discussed at length. Concise chapters promote ease of reference and feature a section on differential diagnosis so that readers can distinguish among the various diseases and disorders. Where certain disorders overlap, the guide provides cross-references to relevant information. Numerous illustrations, tables, and schematics aid in the rapid understanding and assimilation of even the most complex concepts.
With a small format that belies its comprehensiveness, Clinical Sleep Medicine is an indispensable, on-the-go reference for clinicians, researchers, nonmedical professionals, and even patients themselves.
- Chapter 1. Introduction: Sleep Disorders and Mental Health
- Chapter 2. Clinical History and Physical Examination in Sleep Medicine
- Chapter 3. Diagnosis of Insomnia
- Chapter 4. Pharmacological Treatment of Insomnia
- Chapter 5. Behavioral Treatment of Insomnia
- Chapter 6. Narcolepsy
- Chapter 7. Idiopathic Hypersomnia
- Chapter 8. Adult Obstructive Sleep Apnea
- Chapter 9. Pediatric Obstructive Sleep Apnea
- Chapter 10. Sleep-related Hypoventilation Syndromes
- Chapter 11. Central Sleep Apneas
- Chapter 12. Delayed and Advanced Sleep Phase
- Chapter 13. Irregular Sleep-Wake, Non-24h Sleep-Wake, Jet Lag and Shift Work Disorders
- Chapter 14. Non-Rapid-Eye-Movement Parasomnias
- Chapter 15. Rapid-Eye-Movement Sleep Behavior Disorder
- Chapter 16. Nightmare disorder, Recurrent Isolated Sleep Paralyses, Sleep-related Hallucinations, Exploding Head Syndrome and Sleep Enuresis
- Chapter 17. Restless Legs Syndrome and Periodic Limb Movements
- Chapter 18. Other Sleep-related Movement Disorders
- William Auyeung, M.D.
Alon Y. Avidan, M.D., M.P.H.
Fiona Barwick, Ph.D., D.B.S.M.
Daniel Jin Blum, Ph.D.
Julia Buchfuhrer, D.O.
Mark Buchfuhrer, M.D.
Michelle Cao, D.O.
Joss Cohen, M.D.
Emmanuel H. During, M.D.
Payal Kenia Gu, M.D.
Christian Guilleminault, M.D.
Birgit Hogl, M.D.
Michael J. Howell, M.D.
Muna Irfan, M.D.
Clete A. Kushida, M.D., Ph.D.
Caroline Maness, M.D.
Mari Matsumura, M.P.H.
David N. Neubauer, M.D.
Seiji Nishino, M.D., Ph.D.
Taisuke Ono, M.D., Ph.D.
Daniella Palermo, M.D.
Carlos H. Schenck, M.D.
Logan Schneider, M.D.
Katherine M. Sharkey, M.D., Ph.D., FAASM
Gaurav Singh, M.D., M.P.H.
Ambra Stefani, M.D.
Shannon S. Sullivan, M.D.
Lynn Marie Trotti, M.D., M.Sc.
Chester Wu, M.D.
Jamie M. Zeitzer, Ph.D.
About the Authors
Emmanuel H. During, M.D., is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry–Division of Sleep Medicine and the Department of Neurology at Stanford University and Director of the Stanford Parasomnia Clinic in Redwood City, California
Clete A. Kushida, M.D., Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University, Division Chief and Medical Director of Stanford Sleep Medicine, and Director of the Stanford Center for Human Sleep Research in Redwood City, California. He is founding President of the World Sleep Society, past President of the World Sleep Federation, past President of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, and founding President of the California Sleep Society.
Drs. During and Kushida provide a guide on sleep disorders. This well edited compendium reviews multiple topics related to sleep disorders providing a comprehensive source to inform and help direct management of patients. Due to the common occurrence of sleep disorders and their interactions of with multiple medical, neurological and psychiatric disorders, this well written guide will be useful across multiple medical specialties. I highly recommend it.—Kimford J. Meador, M.D., FAAN, FAES, FRCPE Professor of Neurology & Neurological SciencesStanford University School of Medicine
This useful book should serve as a principal reference guide and should be on the shelf of every sleep medicine physicians. This one is also a good review for certification examination in sleep medicine. This book includes the type of material that one would expect in a book that surveys the field of sleep medicine. The tables and figures are easily understandable and certainly promote decisions of diagnosis and treatment selection at clinical settings. In addition, appropriate citations from peer-reviewed literature are scattered throughout the book.—Yuichi Inoue