Wednesday 16

 

WEDNESDAY 16 OCTOBER 2019

 
0800-0815

Introduction and Welcome

Peter Eastwood and Andrew Gikas

0815-0845

Interpretation of sleep studies and reports

Teanau Roebuck  
0845-0930 Methods of screening and diagnosing OSA  Brendon Yee
0930-1015 Snoring and sleep apnoea pathophysiology. What is the risk to health?  
1015-1045 MORNING TEA  
1045-1145

What is sleep? Why is it important? What are the various sleep disorders, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment

 
1145-1245

The treatment options for sleep disordered breathing

Peter Solin
1245-1330

LUNCH

 
1330-1415 CPAP treatment including an initial consultation and demonstration with a patient   
1415-1515 Types of oral appliances, mode of action, efficacy and compliance compared to other treatment options.  How to select patients who are likely to respond to OA treatment.   Peter Cistulli 
1515-1535 AFTERNOON TEA
 
1535-1615

Surgical options and the role of the ENT in managing OSA. An airway exam for dentists and the significance of nasal breathing

 
1615-1700 The role of imaging - CBCT, OPG’s and lateral cephs. Which other tests are indicated? Interpretation of imaging, maxillo-facial surgery for OSA                                                  
1800-2000 Welcome Function Exhibition Hall

 

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