Journal Articles

  1. Texture analysis of i-gel cuffs with increasing temperature to investigate one mechanism of possible changes in sealing efficiency after insertion.. Anaesthesia
  2. & Retrospective Analysis of Esophageal Heat Transfer for Active Temperature Management in Post-cardiac Arrest, Refractory Fever, and Burn Patients. Military Medicine 183(suppl_1), 162-168.
  3. & Investigation of Two Prototypes of Novel Noncontact Technologies for Automated Real-Time Capture of Incremental Drug Administration Data From Syringes. Anesthesia & Analgesia 125(2), 458-466.
  4. & The development and evaluation of a non-pressurised, chemical oxygen reaction generation vessel and breathing system providing emergency oxygen for an extended duration. Anaesthesia
  5. Xenon depresses aEEG background voltage activity whilst maintaining cardiovascular stability in sedated healthy newborn pigs. Journal of the Neurological Sciences 363, 140-144.
  6. & Use of an Esophageal Heat Exchanger to Maintain Core Temperature during Burn Excisions and to Attenuate Pyrexia on the Burns Intensive Care Unit. Case Reports in Anesthesiology 2016, 1-6.
  7. Electroanaesthesia - from torpedo fish to TENS. Anaesthesia 70(1), 93-103.
  8. Evaluation of 2 Novel Devices for Calculation of Fluid Requirements in Pediatric Burns. Annals of Plastic Surgery 74(6), 658-664.
  9. The Feasibility of Using a Portable Xenon Delivery Device to Permit Earlier Xenon Ventilation with Therapeutic Cooling of Neonates During Ambulance Retrieval. Anesthesia & Analgesia 120(6), 1331-1336.
  10. Sedation management during therapeutic hypothermia for neonatal encephalopathy: Atropine premedication for endotracheal intubation causes a prolonged increase in heart rate. Resuscitation 85(10), 1394-1398.
  11. Xenon Ventilation During Therapeutic Hypothermia in Neonatal Encephalopathy: A Feasibility Study. PEDIATRICS 133(5), 809-818.
  12. Utility of a low-cost wireless force platform as a potential clinical test of balance recovery after neuraxial anaesthesia. International Journal of Obstetric Anesthesia 23(3), 227-232.
  13. Utility of optical facial feature and arm movement tracking systems to enable text communication in critically ill patients who cannot otherwise communicate. Burns 40(6), 1189-1193.
  14. A Cost-Effective and Simple Electronic Solution to Communication With Patients With Tracheostomy in a Burns and Intensive Care Setting. Annals of Plastic Surgery 72(2), 135-137.
  15. Medical Innovation—A Starting Point for Plastic Surgeons. Annals of Plastic Surgery 69(3), 225-227.
  16. Improvements in Dynamic Balance Using an Adaptive Snowboard with the Nintendo Wii. Games for Health Journal 1(4), 269-273.
  17. Contamination of laryngoscope handles. Journal of Hospital Infection 74(2), 123-128.
  18. A low oxygen consumption pneumatic ventilator for emergency construction during a respiratory failure pandemic. Anaesthesia 65(3), 235-242.
  19. Closed-Circuit Xenon Delivery Using a Standard Anesthesia Workstation. Anesthesia & Analgesia 110(1), 101-109.
  20. & A Closed-Circuit Neonatal Xenon Delivery System: A Technical and Practical Neuroprotection Feasibility Study in Newborn. Anesthesia & Analgesia 109(2), 451
  21. & Cooling combined with immediate or delayed xenon inhalation provides equivalent long-term neuroprotection after neonatal hypoxia–ischemia. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism 29(4), 707-714.
  22. Hands-free leg support for sciatic nerve blocks. Anaesthesia 64(5), 577-578.
  23. & Xenon and Hypothermia Combine Additively, Offering Long-Term Functional and Histopathologic Neuroprotection After Neonatal Hypoxia/Ischemia. Stroke 39(4), 1307
  24. & Xenon/Hypothermia Neuroprotection Regimes in Spontaneously Breathing Neonatal After Hypoxic-Ischemic Insult: The Respiratory and Sedative Effects. Anesthesia & Analgesia 106(3), 916-923.
  25. & Analysis of Neuronal, Glial, Endothelial, Axonal and Apoptotic Markers Following Moderate Therapeutic Hypothermia and Anesthesia in the Developing Brain. Brain Pathology 18(1), 10
  26. A self-powered laryngoscope: further comments. Anaesthesia 63(12), 1376-1377.
  27. A self-powered laryngoscope for remote communities. Anaesthesia 63(3), 320-321.
  28. & A cryogenic machine for selective recovery of xenon from breathing system waste gases.. Anesthesia and Analgesia 105(5), 1312-1318.
  29. Intravenous ether for status asthmaticus.. Anaesthesia 61(7), 721-723.
  30. Xenon Provides Short-Term Neuroprotection in Neonatal When Administered After Hypoxia-Ischemia. Stroke 37(2), 501-506.
  31. Xenon measurement in breathing systems: a comparison of ultrasonic and thermal conductivity methods.. Anaesthesia 60(12), 1226-1230.
  32. Use of xenon as a sedative for patients receiving critical care.. Crit Care Med 31(10), 2470-2477.
  33. Effect of catheter design on tracheal pressures during tracheal gas insufflation.. Eur J Anaesthesiol 20(9), 740-744.
  34. Exploration of xenon as a potential cardiostable sedative: a comparison with propofol after cardiac surgery.. Anaesthesia 56(9), 829-835.
  35. A closed xenon anesthesia delivery system.. Anesthesiology 94(1), 173-176.
  36. Use of nitric oxide for decompensated right ventricular failure and circulatory shock after cardiac arrest.. Br J Anaesth 85(4), 628-631.
  37. Xenon: a replacement for nitrous oxide.. Curr Opinion Anesthesiol 13(4), 443-447.
  38. Anaesthetic management of caesarean section in a patient with a permanent pacemaker and severe bilateral ventricular dilatation.. Int J Obstet Anesth 9(1), 51-54.
  39. Xenon: recent developments.. Anaesthesia 54(4), 335-346.
  40. Xenon as a replacement for nitrous oxide.. Anaesthesia 53(12), 1234
  41. Expiratory washout in patients with severe acute respiratory distress syndrome.. Anesthesiology 88(3), 835-836.
  42. Ease of insertion of the laryngeal mask airway by inexperienced personnel when using an introducer.. Anaesthesia 52(8), 756-760.
  43. Intrapulmonary shunt during one-lung anaesthesia.. Anaesthesia 52(6), 613
  44. The use of a non-invasive method to measure intrapulmonary shunt during one-lung anaesthesia.. Anaesthesia 51(7), 654-657.
  45. Insertion methods of the laryngeal mask airway. A survey of current practice in Wales.. Anaesthesia 51(6), 596-599.
  46. The use of bromothymol blue and sodium thiopentone to confirm tracheal intubation.. Anaesthesia 51(1), 29-32.
  47. Laryngeal mask insertion aid and minor morbidity.. Anaesthesia 49(3), 251-254.
  48. A comparative study of the incidence of sore throat with the laryngeal mask airway.. Anaesthesia 49(3), 251-254.
  49. Delivery of excess volatile agent due to a vaporizer fault.. Anaesthesia 48(4), 349-350.
  50. Severe earache following nitrous oxide anaesthesia.. Anaesthesia 46(10), 896

Other Research Outputs

  1. (2012). Multi-purpose control circuit.
  2. (2011). A gas generator system.
  3. (2009). Ventilator Apparatus.
  4. (2007). Multi-Purpose Control Circuit.
  7. (2004). BREATHING DEVICE.
  9. (2002). Apparatus and Method for Reduction of Gas Microbubbles.
  10. (2002). GAS SUPPLY SYSTEM.
  12. (2000). NOBLE GAS COMPLEXES.
  13. (2000). Gas exchange.
  14. (1997). Gas insufflation device for use with a lung ventilator.
  15. (1995). Closed ventilation/anesthesia apparatus.
  16. (1991). Medico-surgical device.