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The repository contains the records of published and unpublished research authored by NHS staff working for the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust and its partners. The repository is managed by the Library and Knowledge Services of the Trust and supported by the Non-Medical Research Leads Network Group and the Research and Development Directorate.
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COVID-19 vaccine safety during the antenatal period in women with idiopathic inflammatory myopathies. (Rheumatology, Oxford University Press, 2022-11-12)No abstract available.
Metachronous colorectal cancer: a competing risks analysis with consideration for a stratified approach to surveillance colonoscopy. (Journal of Surgical Oncology, Wiley Online, 2014-04-01)Background The incidence of metachronous cancer will become an important clinical consideration as the life expectancy of the population increases and as rates of curative resection improve. Objective To assess the ...
Validation of cardiac output studies from the mostcare compared to a pulmonary artery catheter in septic patients. (Minerva Anestesiologica, Edizioni Minerva Medica., 2014-03-01)Background: The Mostcare monitor is a non-invasive cardiac output monitor. It has been well validated in cardiac surgical patients but there is limited evidence on its use in patients with severe sepsis and septic ...
A randomized controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness of a cognitive behavioural group approach to improve patient adherence to peritoneal dialysis fluid restrictions: a pilot study. (Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation, Oxford University Press, 2014-03-01)Background Peritoneal dialysis (PD) requires patients to take an active role in their adherence to fluid restrictions. Although fluid non-adherence had been identified among this patient group, no specific interventions ...
(Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Elsevier., 2014-02-01)Navaneethan et al1 present elegant data examining the variables associated with 30-day readmission in patients undergoing ERCP for cholangitis. However, the methodology used for their statistical analysis deserves critique ...