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Samuel T. Kuna, MD

Samuel T. Kuna, MD

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Associate Professor of Medicine
Department: Medicine

Contact information
Corporal Michael J. Crescenz VA Medical Center
Sleep Medicine Section(111P)
3900 Woodland Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: (215) 823-4400
Fax: (215) 823-5194
Education:
B.S.
Muhlenberg College (Biology), 1970.
M.D.
Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons , 1974.

Intern in Medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia , 1975.

Resident in Medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia , 1977.

Fellowship, Pulmonary Diseases, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia , 1979.
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Selected Publications

Love A, Kuna ST: Home sleep testing and sleep apnea: A review for dentists. J. Dental Sleep Med. 2(2): 45-52, 2015.

Bjornsdottir E, Keenan BT, Eysteinsdottir B, Arnardottir ES, Janson C, Gislason T, Sigurdsson JF, Kuna ST, Pack AI, Benediktsdottir B: Quality of life among untreated sleep apnea patients compared to the general population and changes after treatment with positive airway pressure. J Sleep Res 24(3): 328-338, 2015.

Li QY, Berry RB, Goetting MG, Soto-Calderon H, Tsai SC, Jasko JG, Pack AI, Kuna ST: Detection of upper airway status and respiratory events by a current generation positive airway pressure device. Sleep 38(4): 597-605, 2015.

Miller R, Nichols D, Benca RM, Kuna ST, Mignot E, Pack AI, Redline S, Yang PC, Hyde P, Walsh J, Kushida C: Using business intelligence tools and data visualizations to facilitate multicenter sleep research. Association of Professional Sleep Society Meeting 2015, Seattle, WA 2015.

Miller R, Nichols D, Benca RM, Kuna ST, Mignot E, Pack AI, Redline S, Yang PC, Hyde P, Walsh J, Kushida C: Duration for optimizing oral appliances for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea. Association of Professional Sleep Society Meeting 2015, Seattle, WA 2015.

Kuna ST, Shuttleworth D, Chi L, Schutte-Rodin S, Friedman E, Guo H, Dhand S, Yang L, Zhu J, Bellamy SL, Volpp KG, Asch DA: Web-based access to positive airway pressure usage with or without an initial financial incentive improves treatment use in patients with obstructive sleep apnea. Sleep 38(8): 1229–1236, 2015.

Azarbarzin A, Ostrowski M, Younes M, Keenan BT, Pack AI, Staley B, Kuna ST: Arousal responses during overnight polysomnography and their reproducibility in healthy young adults. Sleep 38(8): 1313–1321, 2015.

Kuna, ST: Impact of an initial financial incentive on long-term adherence to positive airway pressure treatment in patients with obstructive sleep apnea (Oral presentation). Academy Health ARM 2014, San Diego, CA June 2014.

Shechter A, St-Onge MP, Kuna ST, Zammit G, Choudhury AR, Newman A, Millman RP, Reboussin DM, Wadden TA, Jakicic MM, Pi-Sunyer X, Wing RR, Foster GD, Sleep AHEAD Research Group of the Look AHEAD Research Group: Sleep architecture following a weight loss intervention in overweight and obese patients with obstructive sleep apnea and type 2 diabetes: Relationship to apnea-hypopnea index. J. Clin. Sleep Med. 10(11): 1205-1211, 2014.

Pellegrino R, Kavakli IH, Goel N, Cardinale CJ, Dinges DF, Kuna ST, Maislin G, Van Dongen HP, Tufik S, Hogenesch JB, Hakonarson H, Pack AI: A novel BHLHE41 variants associated with short sleep and resistence to sleep deprivation in humans. Sleep 37(8): 1327-1336, 2014.

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Last updated: 08/01/2015
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