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Precision Medicine in a Dental Sleep Practice Dr. Shouresh Charkhandeh 1. Only _____ of patients on CPAP remain adherent to this therapy; the rest discontinue treatment for various reasons. a. 30% b. 40% c. 50% d. 60% 2. A medical model that proposes the customization of healthcare, with medical decisions, practices, and/or products being tailored to the individual patient is called: __________ . a. Custom Practice b. Precision Medicine c. Collaborative Health d. Obamacare 3. The reality is that ___________ of OAT patients will fully respond, leaving the rest uncontrolled. a. 30-40% b. 40-50% c. 50-60% d. 60-80% 4. Frost and Sullivan Report that the US market will grow from 180,000-200,000 patients fitted with a custom made oral
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appliance in 2013 to ______________ patients in 2023. a. Over 1,000,000 b. 450,000 c. 360,000 d. 750,000 5. OAT non-responders require an average _____ additional appointments compared to OAT responders. a. 1-3 b. 4-6 c. 7-9 d. 10-12 6. Today less than ______ of dentists screen for OSA. a. Half b. One quarter c. One third d. Twenty percent 7. From the patients that make it to the diagnostic phase, only ______ are referred to the dentist for OAT and the majority are prescribed CPAP. a. 5-10% b. 20-30%
c. 1-2 % d. About half 8. This “____________” model could perhaps be a novel, yet very effective approach in our battle against the epidemic. a. Precision b. No-Guess c. Test, Select, Treat d. Trial and Error 9. Two unknown factors that currently complicate the OAT process are __________ . a. which appliance and lab cost b. whether it will work and where to set it c. will insurance cover it and which appliance d. which color and material will the patient like 10. With increased demand for OAT, DSM requires: ____________ . a. All patients be treated first with oral appliances b. Acceptance that most patients will fail treatment c. Better, evidence-based guidelines d. in-office 3D printed oral appliances