Browsing publications by Professor Michael Griffin

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Shajahan Wahed
Barry Dent
Professor Michael Griffin
Spectrum of oesophageal perforations and their influence on management2014
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
Dr Andrew Robertson
Amaran Krishnan
Dr Christopher Ward
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Therese Small
et al.
Anti-reflux surgery in lung transplant recipients: outcomes and effects on quality of life2012
Javed Sultan
Professor Michael Griffin
Professor John Kirby
Dr Brian Shenton
Professor Chris Seal
et al.
Randomized clinical trial of omega-3 fatty acid-supplemented enteral nutrition versus standard enteral nutrition in patients undergoing oesophagogastric cancer surgery2012
Professor Michael Griffin
Professor Alastair Burt
Neil Jennings
Lymph Node Metastasis in Early Esophageal Adenocarcinoma2011
Dr Andrew Robertson
Dr Christopher Ward
Therese Small
Dr James Lordan
Professor Andrew Fisher
et al.
Longitudinal changes in gastro-oesophageal reflux from three months to six months post lung transplantation2010
Dr Andrew Robertson
Dr Christopher Ward
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Professor Paul Corris
Professor John Dark
et al.
Lung Transplantation, Gastroesophageal Reflux, and Fundoplication2010
Dr Andrew Robertson
Dr Jonathan Shenfine
Dr Christopher Ward
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Professor John Dark
et al.
A Call for Standardization of Antireflux Surgery in the Lung Transplantation Population2009
Dr Jonathan Shenfine
Paul McNamee
Dr Nick Steen
Professor John Bond
Professor Michael Griffin
et al.
A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial of Palliative Therapies for Patients With Inoperable Esophageal Cancer: Clinical Trial of Palliative Therapies2009
Dr Andrew Robertson
Professor Michael Griffin
Dr Christopher Ward
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
Professor John Dark
et al.
Aspiration in the Immediate Post Lung Transplantation Period2009
12345678