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Hyperbaric oxygen restores the antioxidant defence mechansim following exercise in patients with intermittent claudication (2001)
Journal Article
Abidia, A., Kuhan, G., Laden, G., Bahia, H., Chetter, I., Greenman, J., & McCollum, P. (2001). Hyperbaric oxygen restores the antioxidant defence mechansim following exercise in patients with intermittent claudication. Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society meeting abstracts, 28(32), 0 - 0

BACKGROUND: Intermittent claudication represents a minor ischaemia reperfusion episode. Exposure to hyperbaric oxygen during such episodes is a concern to many vascular surgeons because of the theoretical risk of generating excess free radicals. We a... Read More

The placebo effect of hyperbaric oxygen therapy - fact or fiction? (2001)
Conference Proceeding
Abidia, A., Kuhan, G., Laden, G., Bahia, H., Chetter, I., & McCollum, P. (2001). The placebo effect of hyperbaric oxygen therapy - fact or fiction?

BACKGROUND: Patients undergoing hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBO) frequently report improvement in their health status; however, it is debatable whether this is a true effect of HBO or a placebo. We aimed to investigate the placebo effect of receiving... Read More

Development of an artificial intervertebral disc for laboratory test spine (2001)
Journal Article
Fagan, M., Gillespie, P., Julian, S., Siddall, D., & Mohsen, A. (2001). Development of an artificial intervertebral disc for laboratory test spine. Journal of biomechanics, 34(Supplement 1), S59 - S60. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0021-9290%2801%2900129-4

A patient-specific finite element model of the spine is currently beingdeveloped to aid the surgeon in the diagnosis and clinical managementof spinal conditions1. To validate the application of the computermodel, a laboratory validation spine is bein... Read More

Risk modelling study for carotid endarterectomy (2001)
Journal Article
Kuhan, G., Gardiner, E. D., Abidia, A. F., Chetter, I. C., Renwick, P. M., Johnson, B. F., …McCollum, P. T. (2001). Risk modelling study for carotid endarterectomy. British journal of surgery : BJS, 88(12), 1590-1594. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.0007-1323.2001.01938.x

Background: The aims of this study were to identify factors that influence the risk of stroke or death following carotid endarterectomy (CEA) and to develop a model to aid in comparative audit of vascular surgeons and units. Methods: A series of 839... Read More

To be Indian: the life of Iroquois-Seneca Arthur Caswell Parker (2001)
Book
Porter, J. (2001). To be Indian: the life of Iroquois-Seneca Arthur Caswell Parker. University of Oklahoma Press

Born on the Seneca Indian Reservation in New York State, Arthur Caswell Parker (1881-1955) was a prominent intellectual leader both within and outside tribal circles. Of mixed Iroquois, Seneca, and Anglican descent, Parker was also a controversial fi... Read More

Habitat heterogeneity, body size and phenotypic diversity in Idotea granulosa (Isopoda) on the north-east coast of England (2001)
Journal Article
Hull, S., Winter, L., & Scott, G. (2001). Habitat heterogeneity, body size and phenotypic diversity in Idotea granulosa (Isopoda) on the north-east coast of England. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK, 81(6), 949-954. doi:10.1017/S002531540100488X

Samples were collected from six pools in order to examine the distribution, body length, base colour and phenotypic diversity (chromatophore pattern) of Idotea granulosa populations on five different species of algae (Ceramium, Corallina, Chondrus, F... Read More

Control states and complete agent architectures (2001)
Journal Article
Davis, D. N. (2001). Control states and complete agent architectures. Computational Intelligence, 17(4), (621-650). doi:10.1111/0824-7935.00167. ISSN 0824-7935

This paper presents a developing concept of mind defined in terms of external and internal niches. This perspective on mind is described primarily in terms of the niche space of control states and the design space of processes that may support such p... Read More

Women's reproductive lives as a symbolic resource in Central and Eastern Europe (2001)
Journal Article
Hockey, J., & Alsop, R. (2001). Women's reproductive lives as a symbolic resource in Central and Eastern Europe. European Journal of Women's Studies, 8(4), 454-471. doi:10.1177/135050680100800404

When Communism collapsed in Central and Eastern Europe women seemed to lose the control they had gained over their reproductive lives. Abortion rights became more limited as did access to childcare and maternity benefits. The authors argue that this... Read More

A logistic regression model for Carotid endareterectomy (2001)
Journal Article
Kuhan, G., Chetter, I., Abidia, A., Renwick, P., Johnson, B., Wilkinson, A., & McCollum, P. (2001). A logistic regression model for Carotid endareterectomy. Cardiovascular Surgery -Oxford-, 9(S2), 30-33. doi:10.1016/s0967-2109(01)00068-0

Reverse time modeling of thermal problems using the transmission line matrix approach (2001)
Journal Article
Pulko, S., & Wilkinson, A. (2001). Reverse time modeling of thermal problems using the transmission line matrix approach. Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B Fundamentals, 40(3), (249 - 264). ISSN 1040-7790

The possibility of using inverse scattering for reverse time modeling of thermal diffusion problems using the transmission line matrix is discussed. Consideration is given to network parameterization via a series of numerical experiments. A three-dim... Read More

Outpatient hand held manometry: comparison of techniques (2001)
Journal Article
Bollard, R. C., Gardiner, A., & Duthie, G. S. (2001). Outpatient hand held manometry: comparison of techniques. Colorectal Disease, 3(1), 13-16. doi:10.1046/j.1463-1318.2001.00219.x

Objective. Anorectal manometry is an established important investigation in a number of disorders. The specialist ano-rectal laboratory is not always available, and a hand held manometer may be a useful tool in the outpatient setting to avoid an unne... Read More