Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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October 22, 2013

Students job shadow biomedical workers

GLASGOW — It looks like a hotel room, but it’s not. In the room, there are wires used to monitor the brain, breathing and body limbs.

This place is a lab that is part of the Sleep Disorders Center inside of TJ Samson Hospital. It is used to diagnose sleep problems, like sleep apnea and narcolepsy.

Nathan Tetzlaff, a sophomore at Barren County High School, was in a similar lab room on Tuesday. He was accompanied by Amy Thornbury, an advanced practice registered nurse.

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