Browsing publications by Rachel Stovold

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Professor Michael Griffin
Dr Andrew Robertson
Dr Iain Brownlee
Rachel Stovold
Dr Malcolm Brodlie
et al.
Aspiration and Allograft Injury Secondary to Gastroesophageal Reflux Occur in the Immediate Post-Lung Transplantation Period (Prospective Clinical Trial)2013
Rachel Stovold
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Dr Christopher Ward
Chronic Cough: Relationship Between Microaspiration, Gastroesophageal Reflux, and Cough Frequency2012
Rachel Stovold
Dr Ian Forrest
Dr James Lordan
Professor Andrew Fisher
Professor John Dark
et al.
Temporal Patterns of Lung Pepsin Levels in Allografts Suggest Aspiration Is an Ongoing Injury, Which Can Occur Early Following Lung Transplantation2009
Rachel Stovold
Professor Paul Corris
Professor Andrew Fisher
Dr James Lordan
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
et al.
Does pepsin in gastric juice aspirated into the lung allograft stimulate mucus hypersecretion?2008
Rachel Stovold
Dr Ian Forrest
Dr James Lordan
Professor Andrew Fisher
Professor Paul Corris
et al.
Longitudinal assessment of pepsin levels in lung allografts suggests aspiration is an ongoing injury, which can occur early following lung transplantation2008
Rachel Stovold
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Dr Christopher Ward
Relationships between micro-aspiration, gastro-oesophageal reflux and cough in chronic cough subjects2008
Rachel Stovold
Dr Ian Forrest
Professor Paul Corris
Julie Smith
Professor John Dark
et al.
Pepsin, a biomarker of gastric aspiration in lung allografts: a putative association with rejection2007
Rachel Stovold
Dr Ian Forrest
Professor Paul Corris
Professor John Dark
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
et al.
Pepsin, a biomarker of gastric aspiration in lung allografts: A putative association with rejection2007
Rachel Stovold
Dr Ian Forrest
Dr Desmond Murphy
Professor Paul Corris
Professor Andrew Fisher
et al.
Evidence of increased gastric aspiration in acute lung allograft rejection2006
Dr Christopher Ward
Dr Ian Forrest
Professor David Jones
Dr Gary Pritchard
Rachel Stovold
et al.
The phosphodiesterase type IV (PDE IV) inhibitor cilomilast decreases pro-inflammatory cytokine production from primary bronchial epithelial cells derived from lung transplant recipients2006
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