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Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Guy MacGowan
Professor Djordje Jakovljevic
Gender Related Differences in the Clinical Presentation of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy—An Analysis from the SILICOFCM Database2022
Dr Shantanu Sengupta
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Guy MacGowan
Professor Djordje Jakovljevic
Peak atrio-ventricular mechanics predicts exercise tolerance in heart failure patients2022
Dr Nduka Okwose
Professor Djordje Jakovljevic
A systematic review of rehabilitation in chronic heart failure: evaluating the reporting of exercise interventions2021
Prisca Wibowo
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Dr Guy MacGowan
et al.
Association between cardiac high-energy phosphate metabolism and whole body metabolism in healthy female adults2021
Dr Aaron Koshy
Dr Tom Green
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Adam McDiarmid
Dr Gareth Parry
et al.
Markers of Right Ventricular Dysfunction Predict Maximal Exercise Capacity after Left Ventricular Assist Device Implantation2021
Bashar Pandhita
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Aaron Koshy
Professor Christopher Eggett
Dr Guy MacGowan
et al.
Noninvasive Assessment of Cardiac Output in Advanced Heart Failure and Heart Transplant Candidates Using the Bioreactance Method2021
Amy Fuller
Dr Nduka Okwose
Jadine Scragg
Professor Christopher Eggett
Peter Luke
et al.
The effect of age on mechanisms of exercise tolerance: Reduced arteriovenous oxygen difference causes lower oxygen consumption in older people2021
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Aaron Koshy
Dr Adam McDiarmid
Dr Gareth Parry
Dr Guy MacGowan
et al.
Validity of Hemodynamic Monitoring Using Inert Gas Rebreathing Method in Patients With Chronic Heart Failure and Those Implanted With a Left Ventricular Assist Device2021
Dr Shantanu Sengupta
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Guy MacGowan
Professor Djordje Jakovljevic
Comparison of cardiac output estimates by echocardiography and bioreactance at rest and peak dobutamine stress test in heart failure patients with preserved ejection fraction2020
Dr Aaron Koshy
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Adam McDiarmid
Dr Gareth Parry
Dr Stephan Schueler
et al.
Elevation of Right-Sided Pressures and Right Ventricular Echocardiographic Parameters: Predictors of Exercise Limitation in Patients with Implanted Continuous Flow Left Ventricular Assist Devices2020
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Sophie Cassidy
Dr Guy MacGowan
Professor Djordje Jakovljevic
et al.
Overcoming barriers to engagement and adherence to a home-based physical activity intervention for patients with heart failure: A qualitative focus group study2020
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Nicki O'Brien
Dr Sophie Cassidy
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Paul Brennan
et al.
Acceptability, Feasibility and Preliminary Evaluation of a Novel, Personalised, Home-Based Physical Activity Intervention for Chronic Heart Failure (Active-at-Home-HF): a Pilot Study.2019
Dr Sophie Cassidy
Dr Nduka Okwose
Jadine Scragg
Dr Dave Houghton
Kirsten Ashley
et al.
Assessing the feasibility and acceptability of Changing Health for the management of prediabetes: protocol for a pilot study of a digital behavioural intervention2019
Dr Aaron Koshy
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Jane Skinner
Dr Guy MacGowan
Professor Djordje Jakovljevic
et al.
Association between heart rate variability and haemodynamic response to exercise in chronic heart failure.2019
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Guy MacGowan
Professor Djordje Jakovljevic
Cardiac function is not associated with glucose control in older women2019
Jose Suryanegara
Dr Sophie Cassidy
Dr Nduka Okwose
Professor Mike Trenell
Dr Guy MacGowan
et al.
High intensity interval training protects the heart during increased metabolic demand in patients with type 2 diabetes: a randomised controlled trial2019
Dr Aaron Koshy
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Tom Green
Dr Gareth Parry
Dr Stephan Schueler
et al.
Left Ventricular Filling Pressures Contribute to Exercise Limitation in Patients with Continuous Flow Left Ventricular Assist Devices2019
Miloš Parović
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Guy MacGowan
Professor Djordje Jakovljevic
NT-proBNP is a weak indicator of cardiac function and haemodynamic response to exercise in chronic heart failure2019
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Gregory Maniatopoulos
Dr Sara Graziadio
Tamara Metzler
et al.
Opportunities and challenges of a novel cardiac output response to stress (CORS) test to enhance diagnosis of heart failure in primary care: Qualitative study2019
Dr Nduka Okwose
Shakir Chowdhury
Dr Dave Houghton
Professor Christopher Eggett
Dr Guy MacGowan
et al.
Reproducibility of Inert Gas Rebreathing Method to Estimate Cardiac Output at Rest and During Cardiopulmonary Exercise Stress Testing.2019
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Renae Stefanetti
Dr Kate Bailey
Dr Ahmet Fuat
et al.
A novel cardiac output response to stress test developed to improve diagnosis and monitoring of heart failure in primary care2018
Dr Nduka Okwose
Shakir Chowdhury
Dr Dave Houghton
Professor Mike Trenell
Professor Christopher Eggett
et al.
Comparison of cardiac output estimates by bioreactance and inert gas rebreathing methods during cardiopulmonary exercise testing2018
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Sophie Cassidy
Dr Guy MacGowan
Professor Djordje Jakovljevic
et al.
Increased level of habitual physical activity improves body composition and exercise tolerance but has limited effect on cardio-metabolic function in middle-aged women2018
Miloš Parović
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Sophie Cassidy
Dr Kate Bailey
et al.
N-terminal prohormone brain natriuretic peptide is a weak indicator of cardiac function and haemodynamic response to exercise in chronic heart failure2018
Dr Sarah Charman
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Renae Stefanetti
Dr Guy MacGowan
Reproducibility of a simple cardiac output response to stress test to diagnose and monitor heart failure in a primary care setting2018
Dr Nduka Okwose
Dr Sarah Cassidy
Professor Mike Trenell
Dr Kate Bailey
Dr Guy MacGowan
et al.
Haemodynamic effects of a novel, personalised, home-based physical activity intervention for chronic heart failure2017