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Aug-2010Dual antiplatelet therapy prior to carotid endarterectomy reduces post-operative embolisation and thromboembolic events: post-operative transcranial Doppler monitoring is now unnecessary.Sharpe, RY; Dennis, MJ; Nasim, A; McCarthy, MJ; Sayers, RD; London, NJ; Naylor, ARJournal Article
Feb-2012Patients with recurrent ischaemic events from carotid artery disease have a large lipid core and low GSM.Salem, MK; Sayers, RD; Bown, MJ; West, K; Moore, D; Nicolaides, A; Robinson, TG; Naylor, ARJournal Article
Feb-2007Axillomesenteric bypass: an unusual solution to a difficult problem.Karkos, CD; McMahon, GS; Markose, G; Sayers, RD; Naylor, ARJournal Article
Jul-2007Is infrainguinal bypass grafting successful following failed angioplasty?Sandford, RM; Bown, MJ; Sayers, RD; London, JN; Naylor, AR; McCarthy, MJJournal Article
Jan-2005Patch corrugation on duplex ultrasonography may be an early warning of prosthetic patch infection.Lazaris, A; Sayers, RD; Thompson, M; Bell, PR; Naylor, ARJournal Article
Jan-2002Prosthetic patch infection after carotid endarterectomy.Naylor, AR; Payne, D; London, NJ; Thompson, MM; Dennis, MS; Sayers, RD; Bell, PRJournal Article
Jun-2007The value of urgent carotid surgery for crescendo transient ischemic attacks.Karkos, CD; McMahon, G; McCarthy, MJ; Dennis, MJ; Sayers, RD; London, NJ; Naylor, ARJournal Article
Feb-1997Ultrasound-based quantification of emboli during conventional and endovascular aneurysm repair.Thompson, MM; Smith, J; Naylor, AR; Nasim, A; Sayers, RD; Boyle, JR; Tinkler, K; Goodall, S; Evans, D; Bell, PRJournal Article
Jul-1998Provision of training in carotid surgery does not compromise patient safety.Naylor, AR; Thompson, MM; Varty, K; Sayers, RD; London, NJ; Bell, PRJournal Article
Feb-2011Rapid access carotid endarterectomy can be performed in the hyperacute period without a significant increase in procedural risks.Salem, MK; Sayers, RD; Bown, MJ; Eveson, DJ; Robinson, TG; Naylor, ARJournal Article