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OROFACIAL PAIN ASSOCIATION INC. PHILIPPINES: OPAP 3rd Quarterly Journal Club Seminar



OROFACIAL PAIN ASSOCIATION INC.
PHILIPPINES (OPAP)

3rd Quarterly Journal Club Seminar
CPE AC No. 2016-012

"SWEET DREAMS ARE MADE OF THESE: THE MEDICAL AND DENTAL ASPECTS OF SLEEP DISORDERS"

Topics:

WHAT HAPPENS IN A SLEEP LABORATORY?
DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF SLEEP APNEA
by: Dr. Agnes Remulla
President of the Philippine Society of Sleep Medicine and Philippine Society of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery

IT IS NOT ALL ABOUT APNEA: THE SHIFT IN,DENTAL SLEEP MEDICINE
by: Dr. Ricardo Boncan

TITRATABLE MANDIBULAR ADVANCEMENT DEVICES: WHAT IS THE EVIDENCE FOR THEIR USE IN OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA
by: Dr. Joseph Villafuerte

VENUE:
Calle Alix, Club Filipino
San Juan, Metro Manila
August 4, 2018
4:30 pm- 9 pm

"Pre-registration required" 

REGISTRATION DETAILS:

Non-OPAP Members: P700
UP-TOPP Alumni and
OPAP Members: P 500
- UP TOPP 5 (Current batch)
discounted rates up to
June 23 only

Account Details:
Metrobank
Act Name: Orofacial Pain Association, Inc
Account Number: 6147614033610

Pls. email photo of your
deposit slip together with your
PRC card and contact no.
at:
ONLY 60 slots are available!

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