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Dr Steve Parry
Dr Nick Steen
Dr Rodney Bexton
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
Pacing in elderly recurrent fallers with carotid sinus hypersensitivity Reply2009
Dr Steve Parry
Dr Nick Steen
Dr Rodney Bexton
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
Pacing in elderly recurrent fallers with carotid sinus hypersensitivity: a randomised, double-blind, placebo controlled crossover trial2009
Dr Steve Parry
Dr Nick Steen
Dr Rodney Bexton
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
The authors' reply2009
Dr Steve Parry
Dr Thomas Chadwick
Dr Janine Gray
Dr Rodney Bexton
Dr John Bourke
et al.
The intravenous adenosine test: a new test for the identification of bradycardia pacing indications? A pilot study in subjects with bradycardia pacing indications, vasovagal syncope and controls2009
Dr Steve Parry
Dr John Bourke
Dr Rodney Bexton
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
Adenosine test in the diagnosis of unexplained syncope: Marker of conducting tissue disease or neurally mediated syncope?2006
Dr Rodney Bexton
Dr Chris Plummer
Professor John Dark
Dr Fiona Black
Dr James Lordan
et al.
Aortic regurgitation and Churg-Strauss syndrome2005
Dr Peter Gallagher
Professor Allan Young
Dr Janet McComb
Dr Pat McCue
Dr Rodney Bexton
et al.
The effect of pacemaker mode on cognitive function2005
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
Dr Pat McCue
Dr Rodney Bexton
Dr Janet McComb
Individualised quality of life after pacing. Does mode matter?2004
Dr Chris Plummer
Dr Janet McComb
Dr Rodney Bexton
Impact of district hospital pacing centres on regional pacemaker implantation rates2003
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
Dr Pat McCue
Dr Rodney Bexton
Dr Janet McComb
Pacing mode and individualised quality of life after pacing2003
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
Dr Pat McCue
Dr Rodney Bexton
Dr Janet McComb
The effects of pacing and pacemaker mode on anxiety and fear of falling2003
Dr Colette Seifer
Dr Julie Cox
Dr Rodney Bexton
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
Falls and bradyarrhythmic disorders2002
Dr Rodney Bexton
Dr Fiona Shaw
Dr Nick Steen
Professor John Bond
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
et al.
How reproducible is the cardioinhibitory response to carotid sinus massage in fallers?2002
Dr Fiona Shaw
Dr Rodney Bexton
Dr Nick Steen
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
Presence of a carotid bruit in adults with unexplained or recurrent falls: implications for carotid sinus massage2002
Dr Rodney Bexton
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
Prevalence of hypotensive disorders in older patients with a pacemaker in situ who attend the Accident and Emergency Department because of falls or syncope2002
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
David Richardson
Dr Nick Steen
Dr Rodney Bexton
Dr Fiona Shaw
et al.
Carotid sinus syndrome: A modifiable risk factor for nonaccidental falls in older adults (SAFE PACE)2001
Dr Colette Seifer
Dr Julie Cox
Dr Rodney Bexton
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
Falls and bradyarrhythmic disorders2001
Dr Rodney Bexton
Clinical experience of a new rate drop response algorithm in the treatment of vasovagal and carotid sinus syncope2000
Dr Rodney Bexton
Dr Fiona Shaw
Dr Nick Steen
Professor John Bond
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
et al.
Complications of carotid sinus massage - A prospective series of older patients2000
Dr Alan Murray
Dr Andrew Sims
Dr Rodney Bexton
Pacemaker pulse generators and leads: searchable specifications available as a local software application or on the web2000