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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Simon Kerr
Professor Julia Newton
Blood pressure variability and cognitive decline in older people: a 5-year longitudinal study.2017
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Joanna Wincenciak
Dr Simon Kerr
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
Ambulatory Blood Pressure Variability Increases Over a 10-Year Follow-Up in Community-Dwelling Older People.2016
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Simon Kerr
Modified criteria for carotid sinus hypersensitivity are associated with increased mortality in a population-based study2016
Dr Iwo Bohr
Dr Claire McDonald
Dr Jiabao He
Dr Simon Kerr
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
Brain oxygenation responses to autonomic challenge: a quantitative fMRI investigation of the Valsalva manoeuvre2015
Dr Maw Tan
Dr Alan Murray
Dr Thomas Chadwick
Dr Simon Kerr
Dr Steve Parry
et al.
Cardiac Iodine-123-Meta-Iodo-Benzylguanidine Uptake in Carotid Sinus Hypersensitivity2015
Karen Mactier
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Simon Kerr
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Claire McDonald
et al.
Cerebral Microbleeds are not associated with Physical or Cognitive Fuction in Community Dwelling Older People2014
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Simon Kerr
Masked hypertension is common and is associated with significant mortality2014
Dr Maw Tan
Dr Thomas Chadwick
Dr Simon Kerr
Dr Steve Parry
Symptomatic Presentation of Carotid Sinus Hypersensitivity Is Associated With Impaired Cerebral Autoregulation2014
Dr Claire McDonald
Dr Michael Firbank
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Andrew Blamire
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
Symptoms During Carotid Sinus Massage, Not Hemodynamic Change, Are Associated with White Matter Hyperintensity Volume on Magnetic Resonance Imaging2014
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Simon Kerr
Management of Hypertension in Community-Dwelling Older People has improved over the Last Decade and is not associated with Increase Risk of Falls, Dizziness or Syncope2013
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