Items where SHU Author is "Saxton, John"
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CARTER, Anouska, HUMPHREYS, Liam, SNOWDON, Nicky, SHARRACK, Basil, DALEY, Amanda, PETTY, Jane, WOODROOFE, Nicola and SAXTON, John (2015). Participant recruitment into a randomised controlled trial of exercise therapy for people with multiple sclerosis. Trials, 16 (1).
SAXTON, John, SCOTT, E. J., DALEY, A. J., WOODROOFE, Nicola, MUTRIE, N., CRANK, Helen, POWERS, H. J. and COLEMAN, R. E. (2014). Effects of an exercise and hypocaloric healthy eating intervention on indices of psychological health status, hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis regulation and immune function after early-stage breast cancer : a randomised controlled trial. Breast Cancer Research, 16 (2), R39.
SAXTON, John, CARTER, Anouska, DALEY, A.J., SNOWDON, Nicky, WOODROOFE, Nicola, PETTY, J., ROALFE, A., TOSH, J. and SHARRACK, B. (2013). Pragmatic exercise intervention for people with multiple sclerosis (ExIMS Trial) : study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 34 (2), 205-211.
SCOTT, Emma, DALEY, A J, DOLL , H, WOODROOFE, Nicola, MUTRIE, N, CRANK, Helen, POWERS , H J and SAXTON, John (2013). Effects of an exercise and hyocaloric healthy eating program on biomarkers asociated with long term prognosis after early stage breast cancer:a randomized controlled trial. Cancer Causes and Control, 24 (1), 181-191.
BOURKE, Liam, SOHANPAL, R, NANTON, V, CRANK, Helen, ROSARIO, D and SAXTON, John (2012). A qualitative study evaluating experiences of a lifestyle intervention in men with prostate cancer undergoing androgen suppression therapy. Trials , 13 (208).
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.
O'DONOVAN, G., BLAZEVICH, A. J., BOREHAM, C., COOPER, A. R., CRANK, H., EKELUND, U., FOX, K. R., GATELY, P., GILES-CORTI, B., GILL, J. M. R., HAMER, M., MCDERMOTT, I., MURPHY, M., MUTRIE, N., REILLY, J. J., SAXTON, J. and STAMATAKIS, E. (2010). The ABC of physical activity for health: a consensus statement from the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences. Journal of sport sciences, 28 (6), 573-591.
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.
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.
DALEY, A. J., CRANK, H., MUTRIE, N., SAXTON, J. M. and COLEMAN, R. (2007). Patient recruitment into a randomised controlled trial of supervised exercise therapy in sedentary women treated for breast cancer. Contemporary clinical trials, 28 (5), 603-613.
DALEY, A. J., CRANK, H., SAXTON, J. M., MUTRIE, N., COLEMAN, R. and ROALFE, A. (2007). Randomized trial of exercise therapy in women treated for breast cancer. Journal of clinical oncology, 25 (13), 1713-1721.
SAXTON, J. M., DALEY, A., WOODROOFE, N., COLEMAN, R., POWERS, H., MUTRIE, N., SIDDALL, V. and CRANK, H. (2006). Study protocol to investigate the effect of a lifestyle intervention on body weight, psychological health status and risk factors associated with disease recurrence in women recovering from breast cancer treatment. BMC cancer, 6.
ZWIERSKA, I., WALKER, R. D., CHOKSY, S. A., MALE, J. S., POCKLEY, A. G. and SAXTON, J. M. (2005). Upper- vs lower-limb aerobic exercise rehabilitation in patients with symptomatic peripheral arterial disease: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of vascular surgery, 42 (6), 1122-1130.
DALEY, A. J., MUTRIE, N., CRANK, H., COLEMAN, R. and SAXTON, J. (2004). Exercise therapy in women who have had breast cancer: design of the Sheffield women's exercise and well-being project. Health education research, 19 (6), 686-697.
ZWIERSKA, I., NAWAZ, S., WALKER, R. D., WOOD, R. F. M., POCKLEY, A. G. and SAXTON, J. M. (2004). Treadmill versus shuttle walk tests of walking ability in intermittent claudication. Medicine and science in sports and exercise, 36 (11), 1835-1840.
SAXTON, J. M., CLAXTON, D., WINTER, E. and POCKLEY, A. G. (2003). Peripheral blood leucocyte functional responses to acute eccentric exercise in humans are influenced by systemic stress, but not by exercise-induced muscle damage. Clinical science, 104 (1), 69-77.
NAWAZ, S., WALKER, R. D., WILKINSON, C. H., SAXTON, J. M., POCKLEY, A. G. and WOOD, R. F. M. (2001). The inflammatory response to upper and lower limb exercise and the effects of exercise training in patients with claudication. Journal of vascular surgery, 33 (2), 392-399.