OPTIMISING THE COST-BENEFITS OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY, HEART DISEASE PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS
Grant number: 1055214 | Funding period: 2018 - 2018
As we become older and risk factors such as obesity become more common, our biggest contributor to death and disability, cardiovascular disease (including heart disease), will continue to exert an enormous burden on our health care system and society. We will extend our ground-breaking research on multidisciplinary teams to create new and innovative health care programs to optimise the prevention and management of new heart disease and chronic forms of heart disease.
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Sound Science before Quick Judgement Regarding RAS Blockade in COVID-19
Matthew A Sparks, Andrew South, Paul Welling, J Matt Luther, Jordana Cohen, James Brian Byrd, Louise M Burrell, Daniel Batlle, Laurie Tomlinson, Vivek Bhalla, Michelle N Rheault, Maria Jose Soler, Sundar Swaminathan, Swapnil Hiremath
Plasma ACE2 Activity Predicts Mortality in Aortic Stenosis and Is Associated With Severe Myocardial Fibrosis
Jay Ramchand, Sheila K Patel, Leighton G Kearney, George Matalanis, Omar Farouque, Piyush M Srivastava, Louise M Burrell
OBJECTIVES: This study investigated the relationship between plasma angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) activity levels and the..
Plasma endothelin-1 and adrenomedullin are associated with coronary artery function and cardiovascular outcomes in humans
James Theuerle, Omar Farouque, Sheran Vasanthakumar, Sheila K Patel, Louise M Burrell, David J Clark, Ali H Al-Fiadh
BACKGROUND: Endothelin-1 (ET-1) is a vasoconstrictor associated with cardiovascular disease, whereas adrenomedullin (ADM) is a vas..
Winter Peaks in Heart Failure: An Inevitable or Preventable Consequence of Seasonal Vulnerability?
Simon Stewart, Trine T Moholdt, Louise M Burrell, Karen Sliwa, Ana O Mocumbi, John Jv McMurray, Ashley K Keates, John A Hawley
Climate change is a major contributor to annual winter peaks in cardiovascular events across the globe. However, given the paradox..
Prevalence and profile of "seasonal frequent flyers" with chronic heart disease: Analysis of 1598 patients and 4588 patient-years follow-up
Jordan Loader, Yih-Kai Chan, John A Hawley, Trine Moholdt, Christine F McDonald, Pardeep Jhund, Mark C Petrie, John J McMurray, Paul A Scuffham, Jay Ramchand, Louise M Burrell, Simon Stewart
BACKGROUND: Peaks and troughs in cardiovascular events correlated with seasonal change is well established from an epidemiological..