Welcome to the RD&E Research Repository
The RD&E Research Repository contains research outputs from staff at the Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust.
You can browse items by Title, Author, Subject or Community/Collection, or use the search function to find specific topics.
The repository contains details of published, peer-reviewed journal articles, reviews, book chapters, conference abstracts, posters and more! Full-text of journal articles have been included where publisher's permissions allow.
If you are a member of RD&E staff and you'd like to submit an item to the repository, please fill in this online form. If you have a list of publications you'd like to submit, please e-mail the repository admin team: rde-tr.ResearchRepository@nhs.net.
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Telephone: Exeter Health Library, 01392 406800
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(Springer, 2019-02-06)Patients with cancer can present with bone metastases (BM), which are frequently complicated by different types of fractures necessitating prompt management to avoid serious impairment in terms of quality of life and ...
Clinical Events After Deferral of LAD Revascularization Following Physiological Coronary Assessment (Elsevier, 2019-02-05)Physicians are not always comfortable deferring treatment of a stenosis in the left anterior descending (LAD) artery because of the perception that there is a high risk of major adverse cardiac events (MACE). The authors ...
(Royal College of General Practitioners, 2019-02)Psoriasis is a common chronic autoimmune inflammatory disease. There is an increasing range of systemic agents prescribed by specialists in the management of psoriasis. Thus, it is important for clinicians to become familiar ...
(BMJ, 2019-01-30)For millennia, the smile has been recognised as a powerful communication device, offering benefits to both giver and receiver with few drawbacks. A sign of compassion, empathy and friendliness, smiling can benefit healthcare ...
(BioMed Central, 2019-01)Most variants associated with complex phenotypes in genome-wide association studies (GWAS) do not directly index coding changes affecting protein structure. Instead they are hypothesized to influence gene regulation, with ...