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Sleep Medicine and Services 

Contact us

To schedule a sleep clinic visit or sleep study, please call 314-268-6413.

For more information on sleep medicine and our sleep lab services, email Michelle Perry or Diane Roth.

Pre-appointment information

To help us provide the best possible service, we ask patients to provide us with some information. For your convenience, we have made the forms available online so you can complete them prior to your child's appointment.

Sleep Instruction Letter

Sleep Questionnaire

Sleep Questionnaire: SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital - St. Charles

Sleep Study Rules: SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital

Sleep Study Rules: SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital - St. Charles

Hair Decoration Policy

Sleep lab brings sweet dreams to young patients

Most nights, between 12 percent and 15 percent of children snore. Of that percentage, about one in five suffer from sleep apnea.

The sleep lab at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital can help physicians detect sleep apnea, and many other sleep disorders that affect children.

Removing large tonsils will be effective eighty percent of sleep-related breathing problems in children. A sleep study can help identify problems where other tests cannot.

A sleep study is recommended if your patient has any of the following symptoms, and the underlying cause is unclear:

  • Snoring
  • Pauses in breathing
  • Behavioral issues
  • Multiple problems affecting the upper airway, such as malformations
  • Excessive daytime sleepiness
  • Weight gain/obesity
  • Enuresis (bed-wetting)

A sleep study can also be helpful for patients who have had their tonsils removed, but are still suffering from lost sleep.

In addition, shorter daytime sleep studies are available for infants.

Missing out on sleep can affect a child’s behavior, appetite, growth and even his or her performance in school. So diagnosing and fixing a sleep problem is always a priority.

Having a good night’s sleep is essential to everyone, and at every point in life. We are only now beginning to understand how important a factor sleep deprivation is, especially in kids.

We can diagnose

Additional resources

"Sweet Dreams for the Family" Google Hangout webinar with Dr. H. Thomas Johnson and Dr. Mark Lanser.

Meet the team

H. Thomas Johnson, MD

Raman Malhotra, MD

Angela Orlando, MSN, RN, CPNP

Michelle Perry, R.EEG.T., Supervisor

ENT/Otolaryngology Team

For more information on sleep medicine and our sleep lab services, email Michelle Perry or Diane Roth.

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