PSG 102 - Foundations of Polysomnography I

Description
In this course students will be taught the basic skills required to perform a clinical sleep study, including electrode placement using the international 10-20 system and how to use respiratory belts, pressure transducers, thermistors, pulse-oximetry, end tidal capnography, and electromyography during a sleep recording. Use of polysomnographic equipment, including amplifier settings, inputting patient data, and setting up basic recording montages, is also covered. Enrollment Requirements: PREREQUISITE: PSG 100; AND COREQUISITE: PSG 101, PSG 102, AND PSG 106 (PSG 101, 102, AND 106 MUST BE TAKEN TOGETHER.) OPEN ONLY TO POLYSOMNOGRAPHIC TECHNOLOGY MAJORS.
Credits
3
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017
Offered
W
Avg. Class Size
30
Avg. Sections
2