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Exercising in a hot environment with muscle damage: effects on acute kidney injury biomarkers and kidney function.
- N. Junglee, Umberto Di Felice, +5 authors J. Macdonald
- American journal of physiology. Renal physiology
- 15 September 2013
Unaccustomed strenuous physical exertion in hot environments can result in heat stroke and acute kidney injury (AKI). Both exercise-induced muscle damage and AKI are associated with the release of… Expand
Anabolic exercise in haemodialysis patients: a randomised controlled pilot study
- Danielle L. Kirkman, P. Mullins, N. Junglee, M. Kumwenda, M. Jibani, J. Macdonald
- Journal of cachexia, sarcopenia and muscle
- 8 April 2014
BackgroundThe anabolic response to progressive resistance exercise training (PRET) in haemodialysis patients is unclear. This pilot efficacy study aimed to determine whether high-intensity… Expand
Pheochromocytoma in Pregnancy: When is Operative Intervention Indicated?
- N. Junglee, S. Harries, N. Davies, D. Scott-Coombes, M. Scanlon, D. Rees
- Journal of women's health
- 14 November 2007
Pheochromocytoma is rare in pregnancy, with an estimated incidence of 0.007%. Diagnosis is difficult owing to the variety of presentations and nonspecific symptoms. Nevertheless, unsuspected disease… Expand
Muscle-damaging exercise increases heat strain during subsequent exercise heat stress.
- M. B. Fortes, Umberto Di Felice, +6 authors N. Walsh
- Medicine and science in sports and exercise
- 1 October 2013
PURPOSE It remains unclear whether exercise-induced muscle damage (EIMD) increases heat strain during subsequent exercise heat stress, which in turn may increase the risk of exertional heat illness.… Expand
Optic nerve sheath diameter is not related to high altitude headache: a randomized controlled trial.
- J. Lawley, S. Oliver, +4 authors J. Macdonald
- High altitude medicine & biology
- 20 September 2012
The mechanism of high altitude headache (HAH) remains unknown. The aim of this study was to determine experimentally whether optic nerve sheath diameter (ONSD), as an indicator of intracranial… Expand
Renal recovery with eculizumab in atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome following prolonged dialysis.
Hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) is a thrombotic microangiopathy (TMA) which encompasses hemolytic anemia, thrombocytopenia, and organ impairment. Around 10% of cases are atypical HUS (aHUS), a rare… Expand
Increasing thyroxine requirements in primary hypothyroidism: don't forget the urinalysis!
Rising thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) levels in patients being treated for primary hypothyroidism usually indicate poor compliance with thyroxine therapy. In rare instances, drugs or diseases… Expand
When pure is not so pure: Chloramine‐related hemolytic anemia in home hemodialysis patients
- N. Junglee, S. Rahman, +4 authors J. Seale
- Hemodialysis international. International…
- 1 July 2010
Worldwide, chloramines are used as the preferred disinfectant for city water supplies. Although they have distinct advantages compared with chlorine and are deemed harmless to the general population,… Expand
A Triplane Fracture of the Distal Tibia Complicated by Dislocation of the Fibula
A 12-year-old girl was ice-skating when she slipped and fell on her left ankle. She presented to the casualty department with pain, swelling, and an inability to bear weight on her left foot.… Expand