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Effect of cardiopulmonary bypass perfusion protocols on gut tissue oxygenation and blood flow.
- S. Ohri, C. W. Bowles, R. Mathie, D. Lawrence, B. Keogh, K. Taylor
- The Annals of thoracic surgery
- 1 July 1997
BACKGROUND Previous studies in patients undergoing cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) have documented gastric mucosal hypoperfusion and hypoxia. This study examines the influence of the CPB protocol on the… Expand
Increased nitric oxide activity in a rat model of acute pancreatitis
Background—Overproduction of nitric oxide (NO) via induction of the inducible NO synthase (iNOS) is an important factor in the haemodynamic disturbances of several inflammatory states. Aims—To… Expand
Towards standard setting for patient-reported outcomes in the NHS homeopathic hospitals.
- E. Thompson, R. Mathie, +12 authors T. Whitmarsh
- Homeopathy : the journal of the Faculty of…
- 1 July 2008
INTRODUCTION We report findings from a pilot data collection study within a programme of quality assurance, improvement and development across all five homeopathic hospitals in the UK National Health… Expand
Ischaemia-reperfusion injury in the rat kidney: the effect of preconditioning.
- C. F. Islam, R. Mathie, M. Dinneen, E. Kiely, A. Peters, P. Grace
- British journal of urology
- 1 June 1997
OBJECTIVES To design and establish a model to examine whether brief periods of renal artery occlusion (ischaemic preconditioning, IP) confers protection from the effects of a subsequent period of… Expand
Protective effect of preconditioning and adenosine pretreatment in experimental skeletal muscle reperfusion injury
- S. Papanastasiou, S. Estdale, S. Homer-Vanniasinkam, R. Mathie
- The British journal of surgery
- 1 July 1999
Prolonged ischaemia followed by reperfusion (I/R) of skeletal muscle results in significant tissue injury. Ischaemic preconditioning (IPC), achieved by repeated brief periods of I/R before prolonged… Expand
Plausibility and evidence: the case of homeopathy
- L. Rutten, R. Mathie, P. Fisher, Maria Goossens, M. Wassenhoven
- Medicine, Psychology
- Medicine, health care, and philosophy
- 1 August 2013
Homeopathy is controversial and hotly debated. The conclusions of systematic reviews of randomised controlled trials of homeopathy vary from ‘comparable to conventional medicine’ to ‘no evidence of… Expand
Veterinary homeopathy: systematic review of medical conditions studied by randomised placebo-controlled trials
A systematic review of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) of veterinary homeopathy has not previously been undertaken. Using Cochrane methods, this review aims to assess risk of bias and to quantify… Expand
Liver blood flow measurement the interpretation of xenon133 clearance curves.
- R. MacKenzie, D. Leiberman, R. Mathie, G. Rice, A. Harper, L. Blumgart
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Acta chirurgica Scandinavica
Liver tissue perfusion can be measured by analysis of the clearance of the radioactive inert gases Xenon133 and Krypton85 from the liver. The technique commonly gives rise to multiexponential… Expand
Notes and comments
s of papers presented at the 1995 autumn symposium of the NVP: Stressfree(?) Data collection in laboratory animals Principles and applications of in vivo NMR in laboratory animals. K. Nicolay,… Expand
Hepatic and splanchnic nitric oxide activity in patients with cirrhosis
BACKGROUND In animal models of cirrhosis, altered activity of nitric oxide (NO) has been implicated in the pathogenesis of increased intrahepatic portal vascular resistance and abnormal mesenteric… Expand