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2005Cardiovascular responses to short-term head-down positioning in healthy young and older adultsChow, Chin-Moi; Heard, Robert; Naylor, Justine; Avolio, Albert P.; McLean, Anthony S; Exercise & Sport Science; Behavioural & Comm Hlth Scienc; PhysiotherapyCardiovascular responses to short-term head-down positioning in healthy young and older adults, Physiotherapy Research International, vol.10,(1),2005,pp 32-47
2010Central arterial pulse wave augmentation is greater in girls than boys, independent of heightCelermajer, David; Marks, Guy; Avolio, Albert P.; Ayer, Julien G. J.; Harmer, Jason A; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical ResearchCentral arterial pulse wave augmentation is greater in girls than boys, independent of height, Journal of Hypertension, vol.28, 2,pp 306-313
2006A modified postural drainage position produces less cardiovascular stress than a head-down position in patients with severe heart disease: A quasi-experimental studyChow, Chin-Moi; Heard, Robert; McLean, Anthony; Naylor, Justine; Ting, Iris; Avolio, Albert P.; Exercise Health and Performance; Health Systems and Global Populations; Nepean Clinical School: Medicine; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Nepean Clinical School: MedicineA modified postural drainage position produces less cardiovascular stress than a head-down position in patients with severe heart disease: A quasi-experimental study, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.52, 3, 2006,pp 201-209
2006Snoring-related energy transmission to the carotid artery in rabbits.Amis, Terence; Wheatley, John; Amatoury, Jason; Avolio, Albert P.; Howitt, Lauren; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteSnoring-related energy transmission to the carotid artery in rabbits., Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.100,(5),2006,pp 1547-1553