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Sleep and Cardiology: Why sleep matters now more than ever!, 08/15/2023, On Demand More info »
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Sleep and Cardiology: Why sleep matters now more than ever!


Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Clinical
Topics:
Clinical |  Diagnosis |  Neurology
Speaker:
Dr. Yelena Tumashova MD
Duration:
30 Minutes

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Description

Join Dr. Tumashova, who is board-certified in neurology and sleep medicine as she discusses why sleep matters now more than ever.  

Sleep is a fundamental aspect of our lives, and we spend a significant portion of our time sleeping. However, it's not just the quantity of sleep that matters; the quality of sleep is equally important. Poor sleep quality can lead to a range of health problems, including cardiovascular disease, which underscores the importance of sleep health for maintaining cardiac health.

This session is sponsored by Advocate Health Care.

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Specialty: Sleep Medicine, Neurology

Education:

  • Fellowship: Rush University Medical Center, Neurophysiology
  • Residency: Loyola University Medical Center, Neurology
  • Internship: Edgewater Medical Center, Internal Medicine
  • Medical: Smolenskij Medicinskij Institute

 


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Overall:      4.2

Total Reviews: 123

Comments

David K - East Dundee, Illinois

"very good lots of stats"

Ira C - Niles, Illinois

"Very informative webinar"

Stuart H - Elgin, Illinois

"none"

Scott K - New Lenox, Illinois

"It was a little hard to understand her accent, but content was good."

Juli M - Coal City, Illinois

"Nothing to do with sleep"

Mikolaj G - Skokie, Illinois

"I was expecting more information on sleep itself and what happens and the risks if we dont sleep enough as opposed to pathologies relating to sleep. "

Andrew P - Danville, Illinois

"The final quiz question should be revised - it is not actually a grammatically complete question."

Gary S - Macomb, Illinois

"no comments"

John W - Northbrook, Illinois

"nope."

Linda Z - Des Plaines, Illinois

"pictures of devices would help"