PROGRAM MASTER IN SLEEP MEDICINE

MODULE I: Regular Sleep: Physiology, Clinical Evaluation, and Complementary Testing

Diego García-Borreguero, Juan Antonio Madrid, Javier Puertas, Iván Eguzquiza, Sofía Romero, Sergio Hernández

  1. Regular Sleep Physiology
    1. Regular sleep regulation mechanisms
    2. Circadian Rhythms
    3. Biological functions of sleep
    4. Sleep and Age
    5. Sleep Disorder Prevention: Sleep Hygiene
  2. Clinical Evaluation of Sleep Disorders
    1. Classification of sleep disorders
    2. First Consultation
    3. Physical Exam
  1. Complementary Testing for Sleep Disorders
    1. Polysomnography
    2. Respiratory polygraph
    3. Actigraph
    4. Multiple Latency Test
    5. Maintenance of Wakefulness Test
    6. Suggested immobilisation test
    7. Other tests
    8. Scales used in sleep disorders

MODULO II: patología del sueño. Clasificación, fisiopatología, diagnóstico y tratamiento

Diego García-Borreguero, Celia García Malo, Sara Boi, Iván Eguzquiza, Irene Cano, Joaquín Durán, Christian Bachelette, Nestor Montes de Oca, Sofía Romero, María Redondo, Carles Gaig, Sabela Novoponte, Alex Iranzo, Thomas Bornhardt, Verónica Martinez, Juan José Poza, Milagros Merino

  1. Insomnia
    1. Classification, definition, and epidemiology
    2. Physiopathology
    3. Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
    4. Comorbidities (Mental and Physical Illnesses)
    5. Non-pharmacological treatments (cognitive-behavioral therapy)
    6. Pharmacological Treatments
  2. Respiratory Disorders during sleep
    1. Introduction and Classification
    2. Obstructive sleep apnea (definition, epidemiology, physiopathology, clinical practice, diagnosis, and available treatments)
    3. Simple roncopathy
    4. Central Apnea
    5. Hypoventilation-obesity syndrome
    6. Comorbidities and vascular risk
    7. Other respiratory disorders (e.g. related to pharmaceuticals, neuromuscular illnesses)
    8. Apnea in children
    9. Devices for the treatment of respiratory disorders during sleep
  1. Hypersomnia of central origin
    1. Introduction and classification
    2. Narcolepsy (definition, epidemiology, physiopathology, clinical diagnosis, and available treatments
    3. Idiopathic hypersomnia
    4. Kleine-Levin Syndrom
    5. Hypersomnia related to other medical diseases
    6. Hypersomnia related to drugs or substances
    7. Hypersomnia and psychiatric diseases
    8. Special situations: hypersomnia and driving
  1. Circadian Rhythm Disorders
    1. Introduction and Classification
    2. Phase Delay
    3. Phase Advancement
    4. Irregular pattern
    5. Free-running
    6. Jet-lag
    7. Work Shift
    8. Circadian rhythms and psychiatric disorders (depression, autism, and schizophrenia)
    9. Circadian rhythms in neurodegenerative disorders
  1. Sleep Behavior disorders (parasomnias and epilepsy)
    1. Introduction and classification
    2. Non-REM parasomnias
    3. REM parasomnias
    4. Other Parasomnias (hallucinations, enuresis, sleep eating disorders, exploding head syndrome, catathrenia)
    5. Sleep related epilepsy
  2. Movement disorders during sleep
    1. Introduction and Classification
    2. Restless leg syndrome (definition, epidemiology, physiopathology, clinical diagnosis, and treatment)
    3. Periodic leg movement disorder during sleep
    4. Bruxism
    5. Muscle cramps
    6. Propriospinal myoclonus
    7. Hypnic Myoclonus
    8. Rythmic movement disorders
    9. Other movement disorders during sleep
  3. Sleep Disorders among different demographics
    1. Sleep in childhood
    2. Sleep in adolescence
    3. Sleep and woman
    4. Sleep in elders
    5. Sleep and degenerative diseases
    6. Sleep and addictions
  4. Miscellaneous
    1. Sleep genetics
    2. Legal medicine and sleep
    3. Ontogenesis and sleep
    4. Sleep and nutrition

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