Items where SHU Author is "Tew, Garry"
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RUDDOCK, A.D., TEW, Garry and PURVIS, Alison (2014). Reliability of intestinal temperature using an ingestible telemetry pill system during exercise in a hot environment. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 28 (3), 861-869.
TEW, Garry (2009). Physiological effects of exercise in patients with peripheral vascular disease. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.
RUDDOCK, Alan, CHATZIOPOLOS, K, PARKINGTON, T, TEW, Garry and PURVIS, Alison (2014). Effect of hand cooling on body temperature, cardiovascular and perceptual responses during recumbent cycling in a hot environment. Journal of Science and Cycling, 3 (2).
TEW, G. A., NAWAZ, S., HUMPHREYS, L., OUEDRAOGO, N. and ABRAHAM, P. (2014). Validation of the English version of the Walking Estimated-Limitation Calculated by History (WELCH) questionnaire in patients with intermittent claudication. Vascular Medicine, 19 (1), 27-32.
TEW, Garry, COPELAND, Robert, LE FAUCHEUR, A, NAWAZ, A and ABRAHAM, P (2013). Feasibility and validity of self-reported walking capacity in patients with intermittent claudication. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 57 (5), 1227-1234.
TEW, Garry, MOSS, James, CRANK, Helen, MITCHELL, PAuline A. and NAWAZ, Shah (2012). Endurance exercise training in patients with small abdominal aortic aneurysm : a randomised controlled pilot study. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 93 (12), 2148-2153.
ABRAHAM, P, OUEDRAOGO, N, TEW, Garry, VIELLE, B, LEFTHERIOTIS,, G and MAHE, G (2012). Aging reduces the accuracy of self-reported walking limitation in patients with vascular-type claudication. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 56 (4), 1025-1031.
TEW, Garry, GEORGE, KP, CABLE, NT and HODGES, GJ (2012). Endurance exercise training enhances cutaneous microvascular reactivity in post-menopausal women. Microvascular Research, 83 (2), 223-228.
TEW, Garry, SAXTON, JM and HODGES, GJ (2012). Exercise training and the control of skin blood flow in older adults. Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging, 16 (3), 237-241.
TEW, Garry, OUEDRAOGO, N, MAHÉ, G, LEFTHERIOTIS, G, COPELAND, Robert and ABRAHAM, P (2012). Impaired somatosensation in patients with isolated proximal-without-distal exercise-related lower-limb ischemia. Clinical Journal of Pain, 28 (5), 404-409.
TEW, Garry, COPELAND, Robert and TILL, S (2012). Sport and exercise medicine and the Olympic health legacy. BMC Medicine (10), p. 74.
TEW, Garry, SAXTON, J, KLONIZAKIS, M, MOSS, J, RUDDOCK, Alan and HODGES, GJ (2011). Aging and aerobic fitness affect the contribution of noradrenergic sympathetic adrenergic nerves to the rapid cutaneous vasodilator response to local heating. Journal of Applied Physiology, 110 (5), 1264-1270.
TEW, Garry, KLONIZAKIS, M, MOSS, J, RUDDOCK, Alan, SAXTON, J and HODGES, GJ (2011). Role of sensory nerves in the rapid cutaneous vasodilator response to local heating in young and older endurance-trained and untrained men. Experimental Physiology, 96 (2), 163-170.
TEW, Garry, KLONIZAKIS, Markos, CRANK, Helen, BRIERS, JD and HODGES, GJ (2011). Comparison of laser speckle contrast imaging with laser Doppler for assessing microvascular function. Microvascular Research, 82 (3), 326-332.
TEW, Garry, KLONIZAKIS, M, MOSS, J, RUDDOCK, Alan, SAXTON, J and HODGES, GJ (2010). Reproducibility of cutaneous thermal hyperaemia assessed by laser Doppler flowmetry in young and older adults. Microvascular Research, 81 (2), 177-182.
TEW, Garry, RUDDOCK, Alan and SAXTON, John (2010). Skin blood flow differentially affects near-infrared spectroscopy-derived measures of muscle oxygen saturation and blood volume at rest and during dynamic leg exercise. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 110 (5), 1083-1089.
TEW, G., KLONIZAKIS, M. and SAXTON, J. (2010). Effects of ageing and fitness on skin-microvessel vasodilator function in humans. European journal of applied physiology, 109 (2), 173-181.
KLONIZAKIS, M., TEW, G., MICHAELS, J. A. and SAXTON, J. (2010). Effects of upper-limb exercise on lower-limb cutaneous microvascular function in post-surgical varicose-vein patients. European journal of applied physiology, 109 (6), 1221-1224.
BOURKE, Liam, TEW, Garry, MILO, M, CROSSMAN, DC, SAXTON, JM and CHICO, TJA (2010). Study protocol: A randomised controlled trial investigating the effect of exercise training on peripheral blood gene expression in patients with stable angina. BMC Public Health, 10, p. 620.
KLONIZAKIS, M., TEW, G., MICHAELS, J. and SAXTON, J. (2009). Exercise training improves cutaneous microvascular endothelial function in post-surgical varicose vein patients. Microvascular research, 78 (1), 67-70.
KLONIZAKIS, M., TEW, G., MICHAELS, J. and SAXTON, J. M. (2009). Impaired microvascular endothelial function is restored by acute lower-limb exercise in post-surgical varicose vein patients. Microvascular research, 77 (2), 158-162.
TEW, G., NAWAZ, S., ZWIERSKA, I. and SAXTON, J. M. (2009). Limb-specific and cross-transfer effects of arm-crank exercise training in patients with symptomatic peripheral arterial disease. Clinical science, 117 (12), 405-413.
TEW, G., NAWAZ, S., BLAGOJEVIC, M., ZWIERSKA, I. and SAXTON, J. M. (2009). Physiological predictors of maximum treadmill walking performance in patients with intermittent claudication. International journal of sports medicine, 30 (06), 467-472.
OAKLEY, C., ZWIERSKA, I., TEW, G., BEARD, J.D. and SAXTON, J. M. (2008). Nordic poles immediately improve walking distance in patients with intermittent claudication. European journal of vascular and endovascular surgery, 36 (6), 689-694.