University of Limerick
|As first author||7|
|As last author||16|
Eamon G Kavanagh(14)
Stewart R Walsh(11)
Timothy M. McGloughlin(10)
Donagh A Healy(8)
Michael T. Walsh(8)
Tim M McGloughlin(4)
Faisal M Shaikh(4)
H P Redmond(3)
John F Forbes(2)
Elrasheid AH Kheirelseid(2)
... and 14 others
These arethe10 unique sources for P A Grace's 63 publications. A single publication may appear in multiple sources. Click on a name or publication count to see the publications for a particular source.
|Ireland -> National University of Ireland Galway||6|
|Ireland -> National University of Ireland Galway -> PubMed||6|
|Ireland -> Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland||20|
|Ireland -> Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland -> PubMed||19|
|Ireland -> TU Dublin (Tallaght Campus)||1|
|Ireland -> TU Dublin (Tallaght Campus) -> PubMed||1|
|Ireland -> University College Cork||3|
|Ireland -> University College Cork -> PubMed||3|
|Ireland -> University of Limerick||33|
|Ireland -> University of Limerick -> PubMed||27|
A monitoring system (1) comprises sensors (102) adapted to be worn by a user, and, a processor (101, 302) linked with the sensor. The processor receives sensor data and processes this data to determine user posture data including data indicative of vertical distance between level of the user's heart and ankle (Deltah, Vd 1, Vd2, Vd3). Based on the posture data together with a value for degree of user chronic venous insufficiency and/or blood density, generate an estimate of user static venous pressure while the user is static, without calf muscle pump activity. The processor (101, 302) also processes the sensor data to determine if there is calf muscle pump activity, and generates an estimate of user active venous pressure according to the static venous pressure estimate, rate of calf muscle activity, and a value for degree of user chronic venous insufficiency. The processor (101, 302) may generate the venous pressure estimate in real time, and may control an NMES device accordingly.
A vascular graft (30) comprises a proximal inlet section (31), a first distal section (32) and a second distal section (33). The first distal section (32) and the second distal section (33) are attached to the proximal inlet section (31) at a Y-shaped bifurcation region. In use the proximal inlet section (31) is attached to a first part (34) of a host artery in an end-to-side anastomosis. A second part (35) of the host artery is cut to form a first section (36) of the host artery on a first side of the cut and a second section (37) of the host artery on a second side of the cut. The first distal section (32) is attached to the first section (36) in an end-to-end anastomosis, and the second distal section (33) is attached to the second section (37) in an end-to-end anastomosis.
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