Browsing publications by Dr Claire McDonald

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Julia Newton
Postural tachycardia syndrome is associated with significant symptoms and functional impairment predominantly affecting young women: a UK perspective2014
Dr Claire McDonald
Dr 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
Dr Claire McDonald
Dr Mark Pearce
Professor Julia Newton
Poor Gait and Balance Predict Poor Cognitive Function and Cognitive Decline 10 Years Later2013
Dr Simon Kerr
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Claire McDonald
Prevalence of Most Vascular Risk Factors Increases But End-Organ Disease Remains Constant Over 10 Years Follow-Up in a Community-Dwelling Cohort of Older People2013
Dr Claire McDonald
Dr James Frith
Professor Julia Newton
Single centre experience of ivabradine in postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome2011
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Julia Newton
Professor Stuart Baker
Professor David Jones
Central nervous system dysfunction in primary biliary cirrhosis and its relationship to symptoms2010
Professor David Jones
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Julia Newton
A Efficacy and Tolerability of Modafinil for the Treatment of Daytime Somnolence and Fatigue in Primary Biliary Cirrhosis2009
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor David Jones
Professor Julia Newton
Central cerebral activation is reduced in primary biliary cirrhosis and associated with excessive daytime sleepiness2007