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Nishay Chitkara

Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine
NYU Critical Care Associates

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New York, NY 10016

212/263-6479


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)

A Rare Cause Of Extrapulmonary Respiratory Failure
Mahmoudi, M; Wu, BG; Ahmed, N; Katzman, D; Chitkara, N; Leibert, E; Zamuco, R; Addrizzo-Harris, D. A Rare Cause Of Extrapulmonary Respiratory Failure [Meeting Abstract]. American journal of respiratory & critical care medicine. 2016 ;193:?-? A1372 (2215022)

The Jungle Juice Blues
Ahuja, Shilpi; Rager, Christina; Chitkara, Nishay. The Jungle Juice Blues [Meeting Abstract]. Chest. 2015 OCT;148(4):?-? (1909282)

Nasal Inflammation Is Associated With Chronic RhINOSinusitis (crs) And Obstructive Sleep Apnea (osa) In World Trade Center Responders: Preliminary Results From The Wtc Snore Study
Sunderram, J; Plietz, M; Ayappa, IA; Laumbach, RJ; Lu, S-E; Black, K; Alimokhtari, S; Perez, A; Le-Hoang, O; Kipen, HM; Carson, JL; Udasin, I; Twumasi, A; Agarwala, P; Gumb, T; Chitkara, N; Harrison, D; Rapoport, DM. Nasal Inflammation Is Associated With Chronic RhINOSinusitis (crs) And Obstructive Sleep Apnea (osa) In World Trade Center Responders: Preliminary Results From The Wtc Snore Study [Meeting Abstract]. American journal of respiratory & critical care medicine. 2015 ;191:?-? (2162132)

Rapidly progressive disseminated MSSA: Septic emboli causing quadriplegia
Sternschein, R; Adelman, MH; Mahmoudi, M; Chitkara, N. Rapidly progressive disseminated MSSA: Septic emboli causing quadriplegia [Meeting Abstract]. Chest. 2014 October;146(4):?-? (1476492)