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  • Randomised clinical trial: palliative long-term abdominal drains vs large-volume paracentesis in refractory ascites due to cirrhosis 

    Macken, L; Bremner, S; Gage, H; Touray, M; Williams, P; Crook, D; Mason, L; Lambert, D; Evans, CJ; Cooper, M; Timeyin, J; Steer, S; Austin, M; Parnell, N; Thomson, SJ; Sheridan, D; Wright, M; Isaacs, P; Hashim, A; Verma, S (Wiley, 2020-07)
  • Categories of context in realist evaluation 

    Sheaff, W; Doran, N; Harris, M; Lang, I; Medina-Lara, A; Fornasiero, M; Ball, S; McGregor-Harper, J; Bethune, R
  • The cardiac output optimisation following liver transplant (COLT) trial: a feasibility randomised controlled trial 

    Martin, D; Koti, R; Gurusamy, K; Longworth, L; Singh, J; Froghi, F; Soggiu, F; Mallett, S; Schofield, N; Selves, L; Thorburn, D; Eastgate, C; Filipe, H; McNeil, M; Anastasiou, Z; Davidson, B; Abeysundara, L; Anastasiou, Z; Baker, J; Burrell, E; Leen, JC; Cuell, J; Davidson, B; Eastgate, C; Filipe, H; Flavin, K; Froghi, F; Fryer, K; Gopalan, V; Gurusamy, K; Hannon, V; Katherine; Horner; James, S; Kaur, R; Koti, R; Longworth, L; Martin, D; Martin, K; Mallet, S; McNeil, M; Morkane, C; Mussad, A; Perrin, M; Pietroni, O; Pinto, M; Price, J; Quist, K; Rajaratnam, P; Saha, S; Schofield, N; Selves, L; Sexton, D; Singh, J; Soggiu, F; Strachan, A; Thakrar, S; Thorburn, D (Elsevier BV, 2020-08)
  • Metabolic basis to Sherpa altitude adaptation 

    Horscroft, JA; Kotwica, AO; Laner, V; West, JA; Hennis, PJ; Levett, DZH; Howard, DJ; Fernandez, BO; Burgess, SL; Ament, Z; Gilbert-Kawai, ET; Vercueil, A; Landis, BD; Mitchell, K; Mythen, MG; Branco, C; Johnson, RS; Feelisch, M; Montgomery, HE; Griffin, JL; Grocott, MPW; Gnaiger, E; Martin, DS; Murray, AJ (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2017-06-13)
    <jats:p>The Himalayan Sherpas, a human population of Tibetan descent, are highly adapted to life in the hypobaric hypoxia of high altitude. Mechanisms involving enhanced tissue oxygen delivery in comparison to Lowlander ...
  • Management of hypoxaemia in the critically ill patient. 

    Flower, L; Martin, D (England, 2020-01-02)
    Hypoxaemia is a common presentation in critically ill patients, with the potential for severe harm if not addressed appropriately. This review provides a framework to guide the management of any hypoxaemic patient, ...
  • The effect of normobaric hypoxic exposure on coagulation as measured by thromboelastography. 

    Coppel, J; Gilbert-Kawai, E; Bottomley, T; Sugarman, J; Martin, D (United States, 2019-12)
    INTRODUCTION: The physiological impact of hypoxia on coagulation has significant importance in the clinical setting, but it is not yet fully understood. Various static methods exist to investigate the process of coagulation, ...
  • A comparison of the quality of image acquisition between two different sidestream dark field video-microscopes. 

    Coppel, J; Bountziouka, V; Martin, D; Gilbert-Kawai, E (Netherlands, 2020-05-06)
    Sidestream dark field (SDF) imaging enables direct visualisation of the microvasculature from which quantification of key variables is possible. The new MicroScan USB3 (MS-U) video-microscope is a hand-held SDF device ...
  • COVID-19: UK frontline intensivists' emerging learning 

    Montgomery, H; Rehill, N; Camporota, L; Credland, N; Grocott, M; Hamilton, M; Martin, D; Patel, B; Suntharalingam, G; Szakmany, T; Uddin, S; Vercueil, A; Roberts, M (2020-01-01)
    © The Intensive Care Society 2020. The Intensive Care Society held a webinar on 3 April 2020 at which representatives from 11 of the most COVID-19 experienced hospital trusts in England and Wales shared learning around ...
  • It's more than just a referral: Development of an evidence-informed exercise and depression toolkit 

    Glowacki, K; Arbour-Nicitopoulos, K; Burrows, M; Chesick, L; Heinemann, L; Irving, S; Lam, RW; Macridis, S; Michalak, E; Scott, A; Taylor, A; Faulkner, G (Elsevier BV, 2019-10)
  • Exercise interventions for smoking cessation 

    Ussher, MH; Faulkner, GEJ; Angus, K; Hartmann-Boyce, J; Taylor, AH (Wiley, 2019-10-30)

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