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2017Are indexed values better for defining exercise pulmonary hypertension?Lau, Edmund; Boucly, Athenais; Chemla, Denis; Godinas, Laurent; Herve, Philippe; Humbert, Marc; Jais, Xavier; Montani, David; Savale, L; Simonneau, Gerald; Sitbon, Olivier; Weatherald, Jason; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical ResearchAre indexed values better for defining exercise pulmonary hypertension?, European Respiratory Journal, vol.50, 3, 2017,pp 1-4
2015Criteria for diagnosis of exercise pulmonary hypertensionLau, Edmund; Chemla, Denis; Godinas, Laurent; Gunther, Sven; Herve, Philippe; Humbert, Marc; Jais, Xavier; Lador, Frederic; Montani, David; Parent, Florence; Savale, Laurent; Simonneau, Gerald; Sitbon, Olivier; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical ResearchCriteria for diagnosis of exercise pulmonary hypertension, European Respiratory Journal, vol.46, 3, 2015,pp 728-737
2016Does exercise pulmonary hypertension exist?Lau, Edmund; Chemla, Denis; Herve, Philippe; Kovacs, Gabor; Olschewski, Horst; Whyte, Kenneth; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical ResearchDoes exercise pulmonary hypertension exist?, Current Opinion in Pulmonary Medicine, vol.22, 5, 2016,pp 400-407
2017Influence of critical closing pressure on systemic vascular resistance and total arterial compliance: A clinical invasive study | Etude clinique invasive de l'influence de la pression critique de fermeture sur la resistance vasculaire systémique et la compliance arterielle totaleLau, Edmund; Attal, Pierre; Brahimi, Mabrouk; Chemla, Denis; Garcia, Gilles; Hervé, Philippe; Millasseau, Sandrine; Nitenberg, Alain; Sattler, Caroline; Zhu, Kaixian; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical ResearchInfluence of critical closing pressure on systemic vascular resistance and total arterial compliance: A clinical invasive study | Etude clinique invasive de l'influence de la pression critique de fermeture sur la resistance vasculaire systémique et la compliance arterielle totale, Archives of Cardiovascular Diseases, vol.110, 12, 2017,pp 659-666
2016Loss of Vascular Distensibility During Exercise is an Early Hemodynamic Marker of Pulmonary Vascular DiseaseCelermajer, David; Lau, Edmund; Chemla, Denis; Godinas, Laurent; Herve, Philippe; Humbert, Marc; Jais, Xavier; Montani, David; Savale, Laurent; Simonneau, Gerald; Sitbon, Olivier; Zhu, Kaixian; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical ResearchLoss of Vascular Distensibility During Exercise is an Early Hemodynamic Marker of Pulmonary Vascular Disease, Chest, vol.149, 2, 2016,pp 353-361
2015Pulmonary vascular resistance and compliance relationship in pulmonary hypertensionLau, Edmund; Attal, Pierre; Chemla, Denis; Herve, Philippe; Papelier, Yves; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical ResearchPulmonary vascular resistance and compliance relationship in pulmonary hypertension, European Respiratory Journal, vol.46, 4, 2015,pp 1178-1189
2015Relation between left ventricular ejection time and pulmonary hemodynamics in pulmonary hypertensionLau, Edmund; Chemla, Denis; Gunther, Sven; Herve, Philippe; Humbert, Marc; Jais, Xavier; Lador, Frederic; Montani, David; Parent, Florence; Savale, Laurent; Simonneau, Gerald; Sitbon, Olivier; Sztrymf, Benjamin; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical ResearchRelation between left ventricular ejection time and pulmonary hemodynamics in pulmonary hypertension, International Journal of Cardiology, vol.184, 1, 2015,pp 763-765
2016Resting pulmonary artery pressure of 21-24 mmHg predicts abnormal exercise haemodynamicsCelermajer, David; Lau, Edmund; Chemla, Denis; Godinas, Laurent; Gunther, Sven; Herve, Philippe; Humbert, Marc; Jais, Xavier; Lador, Frederic; Montani, David; Savale, Laurent; Simonneau, Gerald; Sitbon, Olivier; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical ResearchResting pulmonary artery pressure of 21-24 mmHg predicts abnormal exercise haemodynamics, European Respiratory Journal, vol.47, 5, 2016,pp 1436-1444