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Identifying and Managing of Sleep Disorders

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Validating the Use of a Subjectively Reported Sleep Vital Sign

Sleep disorders are commonly under-recognized in the primary care setting and available screening tools are often are limited. The study inestigators hypothesize that the use of a novel subjective sleep vital sign (VS) will improve recognition of patients with sleep disorders and can be utilized to track outcomes to sleep therapy.

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Sleep VS

During check in patients are instructed to complete the Sleep VS survey packet only. The Sleep VS survey packet will take approximately 4 minutes to complete. The packet includes the subjective Sleep VS and additional sleep questionnaires, such as ESS, FOSQ-10, ISI, and sleep-wake pattern questions. The subjective Sleep VS is composed of the following 2 questions: How many days a week are you satisfied with your sleep? How many days a week is sleepiness a problem?

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Validating the Use of a Novel Subjectively Reported Sleep Vital Sign for the Identification and Management of Sleep Disorders

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NCT03018912

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