Workshop SleepCon 2019

SDB Workshop on 19th April, 2019
Time Topic Speaker
09.00-09.25 Diagnosis of sleep disordered breathing – Updated AASM guidelines for use of sensors and scoring of respiratory events. What is new? Dr Dipti Gothi
09.25-09.50 Portable monitoring, including newer wearable devices for the diagnosis of SDB Dr M K Sen
09.50-10.15 Phenotypes of OSA- how to evaluate in the Sleep Laboratory Dr Robert Thomas
10.15-10.40 Evaluation and management of SDB with oro-dental devices Air Commodore B Jayan
10.40-11.05 Role of Apnoea graph and DICE in OSA evaluation Dr Sandeep Sandhu
11.05-11.25 Tea
11.25-11.50 Positive pressure therapy for SDB – practical issues including selection of modes Dr Deepak Srivastava
11.50-12.15 Management of CSA – Practical issues Dr Robert Thomas
12.15-12.40 How to provide NIV in patients with OHS,  Overlap syndrome and Neuromuscular disorders Dr J C Suri
12.40-13.05 How to improve CPAP adherence Dr Jyotsna Joshi
13.05 – 14.00 Lunch
14.00-16.00 Hands on workshop
Batch A Batch B Batch C Batch D
Demonstration of PAP devices

Dr Ayush Gupta & Dr Rahul Sharma

Demonstration of PAP interfaces

Dr M K Sen &

Dr Animesh Ray

How to interpret a sleep study – Report generation and recommendations

Dr J C Suri &

Dr Arjun Khanna

Demonstration of Oro-dental devices for the management of SDB

Air Commodore B Jayan &

Lt Col Abhijeet Kadu


Dental Workshop on 19th April, 2019 (Registrations Closed)
Time Topic Presenter
0905-1000 Basics of sleep and Overview of  Dental Sleep Medicine Air Commodore B Jayan
1000-1015 Group Photograph
10.15-1030 Tea break
1030-1100 Cephalometric analysis of upper airway Dr Ashok  Jena
1100- 1135 Prevention of SDB in children: An Orthodontic approach Dr Reena Ranjit Kumar
1135-1205 Edentulousness and its effects on upper Airway Dr E Mahesh Gowda
1205-1255 Clinical and laboratory steps in fabrication of mandibular advancement device (MDSA) Lt Col Abhijeet Kadu
1300-1345h Lunch break
1345-1415 Surgical consideration in dental sleep medicine Dr ID Roy
1415-1430 Managements of OSA with oro-nasal dilator system Dr Oommen Nainan
1430- 1510 Nocturnal Brux, TMD, Orofacial Pain & OSA Dr Reena R Kumar
1515-1530   Tea break
1530-1610 Live demonstration of bite recording for oral appliances and titration of mandibular advancement device Lt Col Abhijeet Kadu and Dr Oommen Nainan
1610-1640 Table clinic and small group interaction All Faculty
1640-1700 Distribution of Certificates
Scientific Program 20th April, 2019


08.00-09.00                                         Registration
Session I
09.00-09.20 Physiological mechanism of vigilance and sleepiness Dr H N Mallick
09.20-09.40 Waking up to OSA – A Dental public health concern Dr Reena R Kumar
09.40-10.00 Mouth breathing the unrecognized epidemic Air Commodore B Jayan
Session II
10.00-10.20 Cardiovascular and metabolic consequences of mild OSA Dr R Vijai Kumar
10.20-10.40 Treatment of SDB and cardiovascular outcomes Dr S Parthasarathy
10.40-11.00 Sleep apnoea & COPD overlap – a synergistic risk for cardiovascular disease. Dr J C Suri
11.00-11.20 OSA and metabolic syndromes – Current status Dr Anant Mohan
11.20-11.40 TEA
Session III
11.40-12.00 Understanding Circadian physiology to manage circadian sleep disorders Dr Deepak Shrivastava
12.00-12.20 Medico legal consequences of OSA Dr N Ramakrishnan
12.20-12.40 Is Sleep Medicine Obsolete – Targeting the gap between best science and best evidence Dr Robert Thomas
Session IV
12.40 -13.20 ISDA ORATION: “History of the journey of obstructive sleep apnoea since the Pickwick Papers by Charles Dickens“ Dr D J ROY

Chairpersons: President ISDA (Dr V Sarbhai),  Hon Secretary ISDA (Dr D Bhattacharya)

13.20-14.00 LUNCH
Session V
14.00-14.20 Update on recent research in Narcolepsy, Insomnia, RLS & RBD Dr Manjari Tripathi
14.20-14.40 SDB & Stroke: Bidirectional relationship Dr Suresh Kumar
14.40-15.00 Treatment of periodic leg movement disorders – How and when? Dr Ravi Yadav
Session VI
15.00--15.20 Characterization & assessment of insomnia Dr Preeti Devnani
15.20-15.40 Insomnia pathophysiology and its management Dr Ravi Gupta
15.40-16.00 TEA
Session VII
16.00-16.20 Ageing and OSA – Is science convincing Dr Deepak Shrivastava
16.20-16.40 Iron metabolism in RLS & PLMS Dr Robert Thomas
16.40-17.00 Biomarker in various sleep conditions Dr Vivek Nangia
Session VIII
19.00-19.30 Should we treat Central Sleep Apnoea in patients with heart failure and reduced ejection fraction Pro – Dr G C Khilnani

Con – S Parthasarthy

19.30-20.00 Is CPAP still the first line therapy for OSA? Pro – Dr Dipti Gothi

Con – Dr Vikram Sarbhai

20.00 – 20.30 Is daytime nap beneficial? Pro – Dr D Shrivastava

Con – Dr R Vijai Kumar

20.30 DINNER


21st April, 2019


08.00-09.00  Free paper session
Session IX
09.00-09.20 Is pre-operative screening for OSA necessary for patients undergoing bariatric surgery Dr Animesh Ray
09.20-09.40 Peri & Post-operative care of OSA patient Dr A G Ghoshal
09.40-10.00 Geriatric giants and sleep complaints- clinical implications Dr Ramanathan Iyer
Session X
10.00-10.20 Phenotype driven treatment of SDB Dr Robert Thomas
10.20-10.40 Management of SDB with oral appliances – The current status Lt Col Abhijeet Kadu
10.40-11.00 Role of ENT Surgeon in CPAP compliance Dr Vijay Krishna
11.00-11.20 TEA
 Session XI
11.20-11.40 What has changed after DISE in the selection and outcomes of surgery? Dr Dipankar Dutta
11.40-12.00 Paediatric OSA and its management Dr Srinivas Kishore
12.00-12.20 Role of Nasal Surgery in the Management of OSA Dr Sanjay Udipi
                       Session XII
12.20-12.40 Role of Palatal procedures for the treatment of OSA Dr Sheemab Shaikh
12.40-13.10 Role of Maxillofacial surgeon in the management of OSA Gen N K Sahoo
13.10-13.30 Oral Myo-functional therapy for OSA: Is it useful Dr D Bhattacharya
13.30 -14.10 LUNCH
Session XIII
14.10 – 14.30 Role of Telemedicine in the diagnosis, management and outcomes of SDB Dr S Parthasarathy
14.30 – 14.50 Heart failure & CSA, current  concepts in diagnosis, etiology and therapy Dr RMPL Ramanathan
14.50 – 15.10 Update on recent research in sleep apnoea Dr Dipti Gothi
Session XIV
15.10-15.30 OHS New insights in definition, severity grades and treatment Dr Jyotsna Joshi
15.30 – 15.40 Sleep and breathing in Neuromuscular diseases – pathophysiology, screening and treatment options Dr M K Sen
15.40 – 16.10 Sleep apnoea in interstitial lung disease Dr Manoj Goel
Session XV
16.10-16.30 OSA in the elderly – When should they be treated? Dr M S Kanwar
Evaluation and management of sleep in the ICU Dr Gopal Raval
16.50 VALEDICTORY SESSION Followed by          TEA