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Chapter 29. Sleep, Sleep Disorders, and Cognition

Peter C. Gay, MD, FCCP
DOI: 10.1378/smbr.4th.313
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  • Clarify terminology often used in the description of cognitive performance

  • Explore issue of how much sleep is needed for good health and performance

  • Describe the performance loss due to sleep deprivation

  • Discuss the parallels of performance deficit seen in medical house staff and patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)

  • Examine effects of napping and treatment of OSA on performance recovery

  • Describe theoretical, anatomic, and physiologic mechanisms contributing to neurocognitive decline and recovery

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