Restless Legs Syndrome- Causes, Consequences, and Clinical Management–
Describe the pathophysiologic basis of RLS and its practical considerations for differential diagnosis and treatment.
Accurately diagnose patients with primary or secondary RLS based on patient history, physical and neurologic exam, comorbidities, and a comprehensive assessment of related impairments.
Use evidence-based strategies to treat patients with RLS based on age, symptom severity, frequency of symptoms and comorbidities.
Evaluate the clinical and pharmacologic properties of current and emerging treatments for patients with RLS.
Effectively monitor treatment responsiveness and restructure treatment accordingly in patients with RLS.
1.0 Free CEUs for Sleep Technologists
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