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AASM

American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
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The AASM accredited a sleep center for the first time in 1977, and today there are more than 2,500 AASM accredited sleep centers across all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.
Caption: A trio of AASM under the wing of a French Air Force Ralale, as used over Lybia in 2011.
The AASM is asking its members to back the legislation and educate local lawmakers and patients through the group's Seniors Sleep Campaign.
PGMs, like the French AASMs, proved critical in limiting collateral damage and civilian casualties.
AASM also publishes "Journal Sleep," a monthly paid circulation title, and "AASM Bulletin," a quarterly newsletter.
While McCann said that isn't necessarily cause for concern, AASM recommends that seriously ill patients be treated in medical centers in case emergencies arise.
Research shows that the number of sleep apnea sufferers is rising, increasing their risk of heart disease, hypertension, stroke, Type 2 diabetes and obesity," said Camilo Ruiz, DO, member and spokesperson for the AASM and the Healthy Sleep Project.
JDAM (Joint Direct Attack Munition) by The Boeing Company, Paveway by Raytheon and AASM by Sagem of France are a couple of widely procured guided munitions.
Dement was founding President of the AASM and the founder of the American Board of Sleep Medicine.
In the light of operational needs, the French arms supplier Sagem had sped up AASM production since the start of the air campaign.
The current AASM practice parameters state that "certain APAP devices may be initiated and used in the self-adjusting mode for unattended treatment of patients with moderate to severe OSA without significant comorbidities (32,33).
To receive a five-year accreditation, a sleep center must meet or exceed all standards for professional health care as designated by the AASM.