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Recognition of EDS

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Recognition of EDS
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    The fact that excessive daytime sleepiness negatively affects functioning should be no surprise to anyone who has ever had to stay up all night on call. We may not have had personal experience with changes in glucose tolerance and immunologic and cardiovascular function, but current research informs us of the risk. Despite all of this, some physicians think EDS is a problem made up by pharmaceutical companies to sell drugs. Join host Dr. Leslie Lundt as she welcomes Dr. Chris Bojrab to discuss how to recognize these patients in your practice.

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    The fact that excessive daytime sleepiness negatively affects functioning should be no surprise to anyone who has ever had to stay up all night on call. We may not have had personal experience with changes in glucose tolerance and immunologic and cardiovascular function, but current research informs us of the risk. Despite all of this, some physicians think EDS is a problem made up by pharmaceutical companies to sell drugs. Join host Dr. Leslie Lundt as she welcomes Dr. Chris Bojrab to discuss how to recognize these patients in your practice.

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