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Publications:  Dr Mussadiq Shah

Shah M, Julu POO, Monro JA, Coutinho J, Ijeh C, Puri BK(2018). Neuromuscular taping reduces blood pressure in systemic arterial hypertension. Medical Hypotheses vol. 116, 30-32.
Saxena M, Shour T, Shah M, Wolff CB, Julu POO, Kapil V, Collier DJ, Ng FL et al.(2018). Attenuation of Splanchnic Autotransfusion Following Noninvasive Ultrasound Renal Denervation: A Novel Marker of Procedural Success. J Am Heart Assoc vol. 7, (12)
Julu POO, Shah M, Monro JA, Puri BK(2018). Carbon dioxide therapy in hypocapnic respiratory failure. Medical Hypotheses vol. 110, 101-104.
Monro JA, McLaren-Howard J, Shah M, Julu POO, Puri BK(2017). Recovery from Cogwheel Rigidity and Akinesia and Improvement in Vibration Sense and Olfactory Perception following Removal of an Epoxy-Oleic Acid DNA Adduct. Case Rep Med vol. 2017, 3512353-3512353.
Saxena M, Shour T, Shah M, Wolff C, Collier DJ, Kapil V, Balawon A, Pheby JM et al. (2017). Attenuation of splanchnic autotransfusion following non-invasive ultrasound renal denervation: a novel marker of procedural success. JOURNAL OF HUMAN HYPERTENSION. vol. 31, 679-680.
Floyd CN, Adeel MY, Wolff CB, Julu P, Shah M, Collier DJ, Saxena M, Brier T et al.(2016). First-in-man treatment of severe blood pressure variability with baroreflex activation therapy. International Journal of Cardiology vol. 220, Article C, 577-579.
Wolff CB, Collier DJ, Shah M, Saxena M, Brier TJ, Kapil V, Green D, Lobo M(2016). A discussion on the regulation of blood flow and pressure. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology vol. 876, 129-135.
Puri BK, Monro JA, Julu POO, Kingston MC, Shah M(2014). Hyperosmia in Lyme disease. Arq Neuropsiquiatr vol. 72, (8) 596-597.
Puri BK, Shah M, Julu POO, Kingston MC, Monro JA(2014). The association of lyme disease with loss of sexual libido and the role of urinary bladder detrusor dysfunction. International Neurourology Journal vol. 18, (2) 98-100.
Puri BK, Shah M, Julu PO, Kingston MC, Monro JA(2013). Urinary bladder detrusor dysfunction symptoms in lyme disease. International Neurourology Journal vol. 17, (3) 127-129.
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