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May-2019A multicenter randomized controlled study to evaluate whether neuromuscular electrical stimulation improves the absolute walking distance in patients with intermittent claudication compared with best available treatmentLawton, R; Babber, A; Braithwaite, B; Burgess, L; Burgess, LJ, et al
Dec-2020Compression stockings in addition to low-molecular-weight heparin to prevent venous thromboembolism in surgical inpatients requiring pharmacoprophylaxis: the GAPS non-inferiority RCTShalhoub, J; Lawton, R; Gohel, M; Bradbury, A; Norrie, J, et al
12-Apr-2021Compression hosiery to avoid post-thrombotic syndrome (CHAPS) protocol for a randomised controlled trial (ISRCTN73041168)Thapar, A; Lawton, R; Burgess, L; Shalhoub, J; Bradbury, A, et al
7-Apr-2017Graduated compression stockings as an adjunct to low dose low molecular weight heparin in venous thromboembolism prevention in surgery– a multi-centre randomised controlled trialShalhoub, J; Norrie, J; Baker, C; Bradbury, AW; Dhillon, K, et al
13-May-2020Graduated compression stockings as an adjuvant to pharmaco-thromboprophylaxis in elective surgical patients (GAPS study): a randomised controlled trialShalhoub, J; Lawton, R; Hudson, J; Baker, C; Bradbury, A, et al
1-Dec-2021Mechanical prophylaxis for venous thromboembolism prevention in obese individualsKhatri, A; Davies, A; Shalhoub, J;
Nov-2021Trends in peripheral arterial disease incidence and mortality in EU15+ countries 1990-2017.Goodall, R; Salciccioli, JD; Davies, AH; Marshall, D; Shalhoub, J, et al
1-Aug-2022Implementation of the graduated compression as an adjunct to pharmaco-thromboprophylaxis in surgery (GAPS) trial results across the UKLawton, R; Shalhoub, J; Davies, A;
-Study protocol for a multicentre comparative diagnostic accuracy study of tools to establish the presence and severity of Peripheral Arterial Disease in people with Diabetes Mellitus: the DM PAD studyNormahani, P; Burgess, L; Norrie, J; Epstein, D; Kandiyil, N, et al