14 - 17 APRIL 2024

Hilton Hotel, Panama

Conference Topics

Sleep Apnea and Surgical Interventions for Sleep Apnea:
  • Advances in Sleep Apnea Diagnosis and Classification- more than just AHI, including innovative tools and technologies.
  • Myofunctional Therapy: Can we Produce a Common Protocol, who is the Right Patient? Who is the Right Therapist etc..
  • Multidisciplinary Approaches to Sleep Apnea Management, why it is Important? Who should be in the Team? And how do we Work Together?
  • Pediatric Sleep Apnea: Diagnosis and Treatment, Pediatric DISE, Surgery beyond T&A. Should we do PSG before Every T&A? Should we Scope every Kid before T&A?
  • Medical Marijuana for OSA or Insomnia- Dose it Work?
  • Complications and Management of Surgical Interventions and how to Avoid it
  • Emerging Technologies in Sleep Medicine
  • Sleep Surgery: Long-Term Outcomes and Follow-Up Care
  • Patient Selection for Sleep Surgery, and the Importance of Patient Assessment
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Central Sleep Apnea
  • Treatment of Residual Excessive Daytime Sleepiness of a Well-treated OSA Patient
  • COMISA (OSA+ Insomnia) Challenges and Solutions
  • OSA and GI (The Effect of the Microbiome in OSA)
  • The Role of the Nose in OSA
Sleep Disorders beyond Sleep Apnea:
  • Insomnia: Diagnosis and Treatment Strategies
  • Narcolepsy and Excessive Daytime Sleepiness
  • Management of Refractory RLS
  • Sleep in the Military
  • Parasomnias: From Night Terrors to Sleepwalking: Examine Various Parasomnias, their Underlying Causes, and Strategies for Diagnosis and Management.
  • Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders: Shift Work Disorder (Should Doctors still do Long Shifts?) and Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome, and their Impact on Health.
  • Pediatric Sleep Disorders: Focus on Sleep Disorders Specific to Children, such as Pediatric Insomnia, Night Terrors, and Pediatric
  • Sleep-related Breathing Disorders.
  • Sleep in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
  • Sleep and Mental Health: The Bidirectional Relationship between Sleep and Mental Health, including the Impact of Sleep Disorders on Mental Well-being and Vice Versa.
  • Aging and Sleep: Challenges and Solutions
  • Sleep and Women’s Health: Sleep Disorders Unique to Women, including Pregnancy-related Sleep Disturbances and Menopause-related sleep Changes
  • Artificial Intelligence in Sleep Medicine
  • Technology and Sleep: Friend or Foe? (Smart Beds, Watches, Mobile Apps etc…)
  • Sleep and Neurological Disorders: Such as Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Epilepsy.
  • Sleep and Cardiovascular Health
  • Sleep in Athletes
  • Sleep and Malignancy