Polysomnography is the study, recording, and treatment of various sleep disorders.
Polysomnographic technologists monitor brainwaves, heart rates, oxygen levels, and breathing of individuals in both the lab and home settings. They are also responsible for the administration of PAP therapy, including proper mask fitting and adjustment of pressure during the testing of the patient. Polysomnographic technologists possess the knowledge, skills, and attributes to obtain interpretable recordings of patients' sleep and treatment. They work in collaboration with medical researchers, clinicians, physicians, and other health professionals.
Concorde's Polysomnographic Technology program can prepare you to enter an exciting, growing healthcare field, helping patients of all ages.
Students in our Polysomnographic Technology program earn their diploma in 8 months.*
*Program length and degree type may vary by campus.
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