Sleep Fragmentation, Cognitive Impairment, and the Risk of Alzheimer 's Disease in Older Individuals: Results from the Memory and Aging Project Cohort  

Friday October 12 2012, 08:15 - 10:00
Thursday October 11 2012
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ANDREW LIM, MD MMSc FRCPC
UHN - Toronto General Hospital
Toronto
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Objectives:1.To describe a novel state-transition based probabilistic approach to quantifying sleep fragmentation from actigraphic data2.To describe the association between sleep fragmentation, cognitive performance, cognitive decline, and incident Alzheimer disease in older persons3.To describe the neuropathological correlates of sleep fragmentation
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