Society of Anesthesia and Sleep Medicine
The Society of Anesthesia and Sleep Medicine (SASM) is excited to invite authors to submit abstracts for its 14th annual meeting this year, which will be held on October 18th in Philadelphia, PA.

The 2024 Annual Meeting will address the theme, “Monitoring the Future of Anesthesia and Sleep: Developments in Technology and Treatment." 

SASM annual meeting is a good opportunity and a great platform for researchers, anesthesiologists, and sleep physicians interested in perioperative sleep medicine to meet and discuss various topics, making it different and unique.

The Abstract Subcommittee will be honoring the best abstracts with the prestigious Best Abstracts Awards. The winner will be chosen based on the scientific merit of their submissions, originality, and vision to improve the scientific understanding of anesthesia and sleep medicine and improve the quality of perioperative patient care.

Abstracts submissions now being accepted.
Deadline 11:59 PM on July 31, 2024
Acceptance notifications will be sent via email on August 30, 2024

The society's objectives are listed here and should be a guide in your submission:
  • Encourage the cross-fertilization of ideas between anesthesiology and sleep medicine.
  • Promote clinical and epidemiological studies determining the associations between sleep disorder breathing and perioperative risk.
  • Examine methods of minimizing perioperative risk of upper airway obstruction or ventilatory insufficiency in predisposed individuals.
  • Explore using non-invasive positive airway pressure therapies to prevent and treat perioperative upper airway obstruction or hypoventilation.
  • Stimulate research examining respiratory, neurophysiological, neuropsychological, and neuropharmacological function relationships between anesthesia and sleep.
Take advantage of this exceptional opportunity! We look forward to your participation and the valuable insights you'll bring.

To submit your abstract, please refer to the submission process and guidelines.