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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Luke Boylan
Dr Craig Nesbitt
Lesley Wilson
Dr John Allen
Dr Andrew Sims
et al.
Reliability of the Edinburgh Claudication Questionnaire for identifying symptomatic PAD in general practice2021
Dr Daniel Kyle
Dr Luke Boylan
Lesley Wilson
Dr Shona Haining
Dr Andrew Sims
et al.
Accuracy of Peripheral Arterial Disease Registers in UK General Practice: Case-Control Study2020
Samuel Huthart
Professor Gerard Stansby
Dr John Allen
Advancing PPG signal quality and know-how through knowledge translation - from experts to student and researcher2020
Professor Gerard Stansby
Graduated compression stockings as adjuvant to pharmaco-thromboprophylaxis in elective surgical patients (GAPS study): randomised controlled trial2020
Professor Gerard Stansby
Improving the safety of resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta – Compliant versus semi-compliant balloon systems2020
Professor Gerard Stansby
A multicenter randomized controlled study to evaluate whether neuromuscular electrical stimulation improves the absolute walking distance in patients with intermittent claudication compared with best available treatment2019
Dr Ashwin Sivaharan
Professor Gerard Stansby
Acute Leg Ischaemia in a Child due to a Thrombosed Popliteal Aneurysm2019
Dr Craig Nesbitt
Dr Sam Tingle
Dr Roger Searle
Sebastian Mafeld
Professor Gerard Stansby
et al.
Educational Impact of a Pulsatile Human Cadaver Circulation Model for Endovascular Training2019
Dr Nikki Rousseau
Jan Lecouturier
Professor Gerard Stansby
Laura Wilson
Dr John Allen
et al.
Nurses’ and patients’ experiences and preferences of the ankle-brachial pressure index and multi-site photoplethysmography for the diagnosis of peripheral arterial disease: A qualitative study2019
Jan Lecouturier
Dr Jason Scott
Dr Nicolette Rousseau
Professor Gerard Stansby
Dr Andrew Sims
et al.
Peripheral arterial disease diagnosis and management in primary care: a qualitative study2019
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