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REST 3501 - Anatomy and Physiology of Sleep

Credits: (3)
Typically Taught Summer Semester: 1st Blk
Description: Introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the neurologic, cardiac, and respiratory systems during sleep. Basic anatomy and physiology of wake-sleep cycles are studied, with emphasis on changes that occur during varying stages of sleep and during common sleep disorders. Introduction to the EEG, EOG, EKG, EMG, and other polysomnography data recorders. Students taking REST 3501 are required to write a 6-10 page paper outlining physiologic components affecting quality of sleep. Students taking REST 2501  cannot take REST 3501 for credit.
Pre-requisite(s): medical terminology, anatomy, and physiology or completion of respiratory therapy program or C.R.T., R.R.T., or R.N. credential.



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