Indu A Ayappa

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Indu Ayappa

Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Medicine

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New York, NY 10016

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Indu.Ayappa@nyumc.org


Physiological and psychological factors influencing continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) use in world trade center (WTC) responders with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)
Ducca, E L; Twumasi, A; Gumb, T; Perez, A; Lewis, C P; Patel, R; Alimokhtari, S; Black, K; Chitkara, N; Sunderram, J; Rapoport, D M; Ayappa, I. Physiological and psychological factors influencing continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) use in world trade center (WTC) responders with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) [Meeting Abstract]. Sleep. 2016 2016;39:A158-A158 (2152902)

Pattern of CPAP use differs in mild and positional OSA: Preliminary results from the WTC SNORE Study
Gupta, S; Ducca, E L; Gumb, T; Twumasi, A; Perez, A; Black, K; Lu, S; Rapoport, D M; Ayappa, I; Alimokhtari, S; Sunderram, J. Pattern of CPAP use differs in mild and positional OSA: Preliminary results from the WTC SNORE Study [Meeting Abstract]. Sleep. 2016 2016;39:A152-A152 (2152912)

Orexin-A is Associated With Increases in Cerebrospinal Fluid Phosphorylated-Tau in Cognitively Normal Elderly Subjects
Osorio, Ricardo S; Ducca, Emma L; Wohlleber, Margaret E; Tanzi, Emily B; Gumb, Tyler; Twumasi, Akosua; Tweardy, Samuel; Lewis, Clifton; Fischer, Esther; Koushyk, Viachaslau; Cuartero-Toledo, Maria; Sheikh, Mohammed O; Pirraglia, Elizabeth; Zetterberg, Henrik; Blennow, Kaj; Lu, Shou-En; Mosconi, Lisa; Glodzik, Lidia; Schuetz, Sonja; Varga, Andrew W; Ayappa, Indu; Rapoport, David M; de Leon, Mony J. Orexin-A is Associated With Increases in Cerebrospinal Fluid Phosphorylated-Tau in Cognitively Normal Elderly Subjects. Sleep. 2016 Jun 1;39(6):1253-1260 (2046522)

Rem-related sleep apnea and cardiovascular risk
Schutz, S G; Jean-Louis, G; Rapoport, D M; Ayappa, I; Varga, A W. Rem-related sleep apnea and cardiovascular risk [Meeting Abstract]. Sleep. 2016 2016;39:A164-A165 (2152892)

Sleep EEG changes in preclinical alzheimer disease: A pilot study
Schutz, S; Varga, A; Kam, K; Ducca, E; Wohlleber, M; Lewis, C; Jean-Louis, G; Ayappa, I; Rapoport, D; Osorio, R; Scharfman, H. Sleep EEG changes in preclinical alzheimer disease: A pilot study [Meeting Abstract]. Neurology. 2016 05 Apr 2016;86(16):- (2096632)