Browsing publications by Jessie Pairman

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Ieuan Lewis
Jessie Pairman
Dr Gavin Spickett
Professor Julia Newton
Is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in Older Patients a different disease? A clinical cohort study2013
Dr James Frith
Jessie Pairman
Professor Julia Newton
Impaired blood pressure variability in chronic fatigue syndrome- a potential biomarker2012
Dr James Frith
Jessie Pairman
Professor Julia Newton
Impaired blood pressure variability in chronic fatigue syndrome-a potential biomarker2012
Professor David Jones
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Dr Djordje Jakovljevic
Dr Gulnar Fattakhova
Jessie Pairman
et al.
Loss of capacity to recover from acidosis on repeat exercise in chronic fatigue syndrome: A case control study2012
Professor Julia Newton
Dr James Frith
Jessie Pairman
Professor David Jones
Functional capacity is significantly impaired in primary biliary cirrhosis and is related to orthostatic symptoms2011
Professor Julia Newton
Jessie Pairman
Kate Hallsworth
Sarah Moore
Dr Thomas Ploetz
et al.
Physical activity intensity but not sedentary activity is reduced in chronic fatigue syndrome and is associated with autonomic regulation2011
Chris Elliott
Dr James Frith
Jessie Pairman
Professor David Jones
Professor Julia Newton
et al.
Reduction in functional ability is significant postliver transplantation compared with matched liver disease and community dwelling controls2011
Jean Gray
Dr Maw Tan
Jessie Pairman
Katharine Wilton
Dr Steve Parry
et al.
Home orthostatic training in chronic fatigue syndrome - a randomized, placebo-controlled feasibility study2010
Dr James Frith
Chris Elliott
Jessie Pairman
Dr Imran Patanwala
Professor David Jones
et al.
Liver transplantation is not associated with significant improvement in functional ability or symptoms2010
Dr James Frith
Sandra Kerr
Dr Lisa Robinson
Chris Elliott
Katharine Wilton
et al.
Primary biliary cirrhosis is associated with falls and significant fall related injury2010
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