Browsing publications by Andrew Kingston

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Rachel Duncan
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
Professor Carol Jagger
Andrew Kingston
Dr Joanna Collerton
et al.
Magnitude of fragility fracture risk in the very old-are we meeting their needs? The Newcastle 85+Study2015
Dr Mario Siervo
Dr Carla Prado
Dr Joanna Collerton
Dr Karen Davies
Andrew Kingston
et al.
Serum osmolarity and haematocrit do not modify the association between the impedance index (Ht2/Z) and total body water in the very old: The Newcastle 85+Study2015
Dr Karen Davies
Andrew Kingston
Professor Louise Robinson
Joan Hughes
Judith Hunt
et al.
Improving Retention of Very Old Participants in Longitudinal Research: Experiences from the Newcastle 85+ Study2014
Laura Wiley
Deepthi Ashok
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
David Talbot
Dr Joanna Collerton
et al.
Reactive Oxygen Species Production and Mitochondrial Dysfunction in White Blood Cells Are Not Valid Biomarkers of Ageing in the Very Old2014
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
Andrew Kingston
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
Reproducibility of telomere length assessment: an international collaborative study2014
Andrew Kingston
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Joanna Collerton
Professor Louise Robinson
Dr Rachel Duncan
et al.
The Contribution of Diseases to the Male-Female Disability-Survival Paradox in the Very Old: Results from the Newcastle 85+ Study2014
Dr Joanna Collerton
Andrew Kingston
Dr Fahad Yousaf
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Antoinette Kenny
et al.
Utility of NT-proBNP as a rule-out test for left ventricular dysfunction in very old people with limiting dyspnoea: the Newcastle 85+Study2014
Dr Lisa Newton
Dr Grant Gibson
Dr Gary Pritchard
Dr Tracy Finch
Dr Katie Brittain
et al.
Assistive technologies in caring for the oldest old2013
Professor Louise Robinson
Dr Grant Gibson
Andrew Kingston
Dr Lisa Newton
Dr Gary Pritchard
et al.
Assistive technologies in caring for the oldest old: a review of current practice and future directions2013
Dr Jo Jefferis
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Dr Joanna Collerton
Professor Carol Jagger
Andrew Kingston
et al.
The association between diagnosed glaucoma and cataract and cognitive performance in very old people: Cross sectional findings from the Newcastle 85+ cohort study2013
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