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1. Bradbury A.W., Rainey J.B. A review of open cholecystectomy. In: Practical Endoscopic Surgery for General Surgeons. Ed: Saunders J. and MacIntyre I., Butterworth-Heinemann, London, 1992.

2. Bradbury A.W.,  Peripheral arterial occlusive disease.  In:  Colour Atlas of General Surgery.  Eds:  Greig J.D. and Garden O.J.; Mosby-Wolfe, 1996; pp232-46.

3. Bradbury A.W.,  Aneurysmal disease.  In:  Colour Atlas of General Surgery.  Eds:  Greig J.D. and Garden O.J.; Mosby-Wolfe, 1996; pp 247-52.

4. Bradbury A.W.,  Veins and Lymphatics.  In:  Colour Atlas of General Surgery.  Eds:  Greig J.D. and Garden O.J.; Mosby-Wolfe, 1996; pp 253-65.

5. Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  The unhealed venous ulcer.  In: Inflammatory and thrombotic problems in vascular surgery.  Eds: Greenhalgh R.M., Powell J.T.  W.B. Saunders, London, 1997; pp 437-47.

6. Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  Varicose veins.  In: A Companion to Specialist Surgical Practice Volume VI - Vascular and Endovascular Surgery.  Eds: Gaines P.A., Beard J.; W.B. Saunders Co. Ltd., 1998; London; pp 433-60.

7. Bradbury A.W., Is balloon angioplasty indicated for intermittent claudication? In:  Indications for vascular and endovascular surgery  Ed:  Greenhalgh R.M.  W.B. Saunders London, 1998; pp 293-04.

8. Bradbury A.W., Ruckley CV. Venous symptoms and signs and the results of duplex ultrasound: do they agree?  In:  The epidemiology and management of venous disease  Eds:  Ruckley  C.V., Fowkes F.G.R., Bradbury A.W.  Springer-Verlag Ltd., London, 1998; pp 98-115.

9. Ruckley CV, Bradbury AW.  How do we prevent recurrence of varicose veins?  In:  The epidemiology and management of venous disease  Eds:  Ruckley  C.V., Fowkes F.G.R.,  

10. Bradbury A.W.  Springer-Verlag Ltd., London, 1998; pp 239-45.

11. Bradbury A.W., Ruckley CV.  Venous reflux and chronic venous insufficiency.  In:  Practical Vascular Surgery.  Eds: Yao JST, Pearce WH.  Appleton and Lange,  Stamford, 1998, pp 475-89.

12. Brittenden J, Bradbury A.W. The durability of iliac and femoral angioplasty.  In:  The durability of vascular and endovascular surgery.  Ed:  Greenhalgh R.M.  W.B. Saunders London, 1999; pp 17-36.

13. McMurray J., Northridge D., Bradbury A.W. The cardiovascular system. In: MacLeod's Clinical Examination.  Ed. Munro J.F., Campbell I.W.  Churchill Livingstone , Edinburgh  2000 pp  71-115.

14. Callum K., Bradbury A W.  Acute limb ischaemia.  In:  ABC of Arterial and Venous Disease.  Eds Donnelly R., London N.J.M.  BMJ Publishing Group 2000; pp 5-8

15. Bradbury A.W., Murie JA.  Lymphatic disorders.  In: Bailey and Love's Short Practice of Surgery 23rd Edition: Eds Russell R.C.G., Williams N.S., Bulstrode C.J.K., Arnold Publishers, London 2000; pp 256-69.

16. Bradbury A.W., JHN Wolfe.  Interposition vein cuffs and collars for PTFE grafts.  In: Management of Chronic Lower Limb Ischaemia,  Ed.  J L Miller SR.  Arnold Publishers, London 2000; pp 69-75.Bell J.B., Papp L.,

17. Bradbury A.W. Bypass or angioplasty for severe limb ischaemia of the leg: the BASIL trial.  In: Vascular and Endovascular Opportunities, Eds. R M Greenhalgh, J T Powell, A W Mitchell.  W.B. Saunders, London 2000; pp 485 -494.

18. Bradbury A.W.  The scope of vascular surgery.  In: Anaesthesia for vascular surgery.  Eds: Wildsmith J.A.W., Bannister J.  Edward Arnold, London 2000: pp16-31.

19.Bradbury A.W., Wolfe J.H.N.  Prosthetic bypass for lower extremity reconstruction.  In:  Lower Extremity Arterial Reconstruction.  Ed: Mills J.; Chapman and Hall; New York.

20. Bradbury A.W., Hannon R.J. Arterial disease.  In: Clinical Surgery.  Eds: Henry M M.; Thompson J.; W.B. Saunders Co. Ltd.; London  2001.

21. Bradbury A.W., Venous and lymphatic disorders.  In:  Clinical Surgery.  Eds: Henry M M.; Thompson J.; W.B. Saunders Co. Ltd.; London  2001.

22. Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V. Clinical assessment of patients with venous disease. In:  Handbook of Venous Disorders 2nd edition.  Ed: Gloviczki P., Yao J.S.T. Arnold, London 2001.

23. Bradbury A.W., Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty versus femoro-distal bypass for severe ischaemia of the leg.  In:  Fast Facts - Vascular Surgery Highlights 2000  Ed: Mr A Davies.  Health Press Limited, Oxford.  2001.

24. Bradbury A.W., Varicose Veins. In:  Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2nd edition. Eds Jonathan D Beard & Peter A Gaines. W.B.Saunders 2001.

25. Yapanis M., Bradbury A.W.  Varicose Vein Surgery.  In: Update in Vascular Surgery. Eds G Fiorino.  Foxwell & Davies Ltd Scientific Publishers, London 2001 (In press)

26. Bradbury A.W., Yapanis M.  Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm.  In:  Vascular Surgery. Cases, Questions and Commentaries. Ed: Geroulakos G., Urk van H., Hobson 11 R.W., Caligaro K. Springer; London 2002; pp 937-951.

27. Mackenzie R., Bradbury A.W.  Chronic venous insufficiency.  In: Essential Surgical Practice.  Ed: Cuschieri A., Steele R.J.C., Moosa A.R.  Arnold; London 2002: pp891-923.

28. Bradbury A.W.  Lymphoedema.  In: Essential Surgical Practice.  Ed: Cuschieri A. , Steele R.J.C., Moosa A.R.  Arnold; London 2002: pp937-951.

29. Bradbury A.W.  Thrombophilia in peripheral arterial disease.  In: Fast Facts.- Vascular Surgery Highlights 2001-02.  Ed:  A.H Davies.  Health Press Oxford March 2002.

30. Gough S., Bradbury A.W.  The Diabetic Foot.  In:  Pathways of Care in Vascular Surgery.  Eds: Beard J., Murray S. tfm Publishing Ltd, Shrewsbury 2002: pp 39-46.

31. Burns P., Bradbury A.W.  Durability of infra-inguinal balloon angioplasty: analysis of early and late failure. In:  Complications in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Part 11. Eds: A Branchereau., Michael Jacobs. Futura Publishing Company, New York  2002: pp295-301.

32. Burns P., Bradbury A.W. Mild to moderate intermittent claudication is benefited by angioplasty. (against the motion). In: The Evidence for Vascular or Endovascular Reconstruction. Eds:  Greenhalgh R., Becquemin J-P., Davies A., Gaines P., Harris P., Ivancev K., Mitchell A., Raithel D.  W.B.Saunders,  London 2002: pp 319-324.

33. Bradbury A.W. The epidemiology of chronic venous insufficiency: the implications for clinical practice. In: Insufficiencia Venosa Cronica.  Ed: Cairols M.A.  Viguera, Barcelona 2002: pp 11-19.

34. Boon N.A., Fox K.A.A., Bloomfield P., Bradbury A.W. Cardiovascular Disease. In: Davidson's Principles and Practice of Medicine 19E.  Eds Haslett C., Chilvers E., Boon N.A. College N.R..  Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh 2002: pp 357-482.

35. Bradbury A. W. Angioplasty is the first line treatment for critical limb ischaemia: the case against. In: Vascular and Endovascular Controversies.  Eds W. B Saunders, 2003: pp 295-307 (25th Charing Cross International Symposium 2003)

36. Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  Chronic venous insufficiency.  In: Atlas of Vascular Disease 2nd Edition.  Eds: Creager M. A.,  Braunwald E.  Current Medicine Inc, Philadelphia 2003, pp 229-239.

37. Bradbury A.W.  Lymphatic Disorders. In: Bailey and Love’s Short Practice of Surgery 24th Edition.  Eds: Russell R.C.G., Williams N.S. & Bulstrode C.J.K. Arnold Publishers, London 2003, (In Press)

38. Bell J., Adam D.J., Bradbury A.W.  Bypass or angioplasty for severe ischaemia of the leg:  The BASIL Trial. In: Endovascular Intervention. Eds: Wyatt M.G., Watkinson A.F. tfm Publishing Ltd, Shrewsbury, 2004

39. Adam D.J., Bradbury A.W.  The medical management of peripheral arterial disease. In: Topical  Issues in Vascular Surgery.  Eds: Galland R.B., Magee T.R., Lewis M.H. 2005

 40.  Sam R.C., Bradbury A.W. Varicose veins, In : A Companion to Specialist Surgical Practice. Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 3rd Edition.  Eds: Beard J.D., Gaines P.A. Elsevier Saunders Publishers, London 2005

41. Bradbury A.W. Bypass versus angioplasty in severe ischaemia of the leg (BASIL) trial: how might the results change practice? In: Endovascular Therapies: Current Evidence. Eds: Wyatt M.G., Watkinson A.F. tfm Publishing Ltd, Shrewsbury, 2006

  

Edited Books

Fowkes F.G.R, Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  Epidemiology, management and delivery of care of venous disease.  Springer-Verlag, London, 1998.

Garden O.J., Forsyth J.R., Bradbury A.W.  Principles and Practice of Surgery.  Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh, 4th Edition, 2002 (currently being revised).

 

Review Articles

1. King P., Bradbury A.W., MacLeod D.A.D. Auditing in-patient morbidity. Medical  Audit  News  1992; 2:23-4.

2. Bradbury A.W., Murie J.A., Ruckley C.V. The role of the leucocyte in the pathogenesis of vascular disease British Journal of Surgery  1993; 80:1503-12.

3. Bradbury A.W., Milne A.A., Murie J.A.  The surgical aspects of Behcet's disease. British Journal of Surgery   1994; 81:1712-21.

4. Bradbury A.W., Stonebridge P.A., Ruckley C.V. Recurrent varicose veins Phlebology Digest  1994; 6:23-4

5. Bradbury A.W., Brittenden J., McBride K., Ruckley C.V.  Mesenteric ischaemia: a multi-disciplinary approach.  British Journal of Surgery   1995; 82:1446-59.

6. Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  Variations in vascular practice and the Cochrane Collaboration European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery  1996; 11:125-6

7. Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty; the time for randomised controlled trials? Lancet 1996; 347: 277-8

8. Nicolaides A.N., Shifrin E., Bradbury A.W., Dhanjil S., Belcaro G., Williams M.  Angiographic and duplex grading of internal carotid stenosis: can we overcome the confusion?  Journal of Endovascular Surgery 1996; 3: 158-65

9. Bradbury A.W., Barrett S.  The surgical aspects of Clostridium difficile  colitis.  British Journal of Surgery   1997; 84:150-9.

10. Bradbury A.W., Wolfe J.H.N.  When and how should arm veins be used for arterial reconstruction in critical limb ischaemia (CLI) ?  Critical  Ischaemia  1997; 6:75-84.

11. Bradbury A.W., Wilson K.A.  Aortic wall compliance and the risk of aneurysm rupture.  Reflections 1997; 3: 5-7.

12. Bradbury A.W., The future of surgery for varicose veins.  Lothian Surgical Audit and South-East Scotland Annual Report 1997

13. Stuart W.P., Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  When do we need duplex scanning to define venous reflux?  Scripta Phlebolgica 1998; 1: 12-5.

14. Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V., Recurrence of venous leg ulcer.  Phlebolymphology 1998; 18: 9-13.

15. Bradbury A.W.  Chronic venous ulcers: aetiology and patient assessment.  Trends in Cardiology and Vascular Disease May/ June 2000: 25-28.

16. Bradbury A.W., Chronic venous Ulcers: management of chronic venous leg ulcers.  Trends in Cardiology and Vascular Disease September/October 2000: 21-25.

17. Bradbury A.W., The BASIL Trial: PTA vs Bypass Surgery.  Vascular News June 2000; 6: 4

18. Smith F.B., Bradbury A.W., Fowkes FGR.  Intravenous naftidrofuryl for critical limb ischaemia.  Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (computer file) (2): CD002070, 2000.

19. Bradbury A.W. New directions in evidenced-based surgery. University of Birmingham Medlines April 2001; 10:2-3.

20. Bradbury A.W.  Femoral Embolectomy.  Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons Engl. 2002; 84:1: 62-64.

21. Smith F.B., Bradbury A.W., Fowkes FGR.  Intravenous naftidrofuryl for critical limb ischaemia.  Cochrane Review Update. November 2002

22. Bradbury A.W., MacKenzie R.K., Burns P., Fegan C.  Thrombophilia and chronic venous ulceration. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2002; 24: 97-104

23. Bradbury A.W.  The management of intermittent claudication.  Geriatric Medicine 2003; 33: 1-4.

24. Coleridge-Smith Philip, Bradbury A.W.  New initiatives in Phlebology.  Editorial European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2003; 25: 285-286

25. Burns P., Gough S., Bradbury A.W.  Management of peripheral arterial disease in primary care.  British Medical Journal 2003;  326: 584-588.

26. Hobbs S., Wilmink A.B.M., Bradbury A.W.  Ethnicity and Peripheral Arterial Disease.  European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2003; 25: 6:505-512.

27. Peripheral Arterial Diseases Antiplatelet Consensus Group.  Antiplatelet therapy in peripheral arterial disease.  Consensus Statement. European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2003; 26: 1-16.

28. Hobbs S.D., Bradbury A.W. Smoking cessation strategies in patients with peripheral arterial disease:  an evidence-based approach. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2003; 26:341-347.

29. Sam R.C., Silverman S., Bradbury A.W.  Nerve injuries in varicose vein surgery.  European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2004; 2: 113-120.

30. Hobbs.S.D., Thomas M.E., Bradbury A.W. Manipulation of the renin angiotensin system in peripheral arterial disease.  European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2004; 28: 573-582.

31. Caruana M.F., Bradbury A.W., Adam D.J.  The validity, reliability, reproducibility and   extended utility of ankle brachial pressure index in current vascular surgical practice. European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2005;29:443-451

32. Sam R.C., Darvall K.A.L., Adam D J.A., Silverman S.H., Bradbury A.W. Digital venous photoplethysmography in the seated position is a reproducible noninvasive measure of lower limb venous function in patients with isolated superficial venous reflux. Journal of Vascular Surgery 2006; 43: 335-341 

Published abstracts from national meetings

Vascular Surgical Society, Bournemouth, November 1996

1. Adam D.J., Bradbury A.W., Stuart W.P., Woodburn K.R., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.Mcl., Ruckley C.V.  Computed tomography: a mixed blessing in the assessment of symptomatic abdominal aortic aneurysm.  British Journal of Surgery  1997; 84:562.

2. Bradbury A.W., Makhdoomi K.R., Adam D.J., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.Mcl., Ruckley C.V.  Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm; a 12 year experience.  British Journal of Surgery  1997; 84:562.

3. Hobbs S., Bradbury A.W.  Smoking cessation strategies in patients with peripheral arterial    disease: an evidence based approach. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2003; 26: 4: 341-347.

 

Association of Surgeons, Bournemouth, May 1997

1. Stuart W.P., Adam D.J., Hanaryan P., Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  Sub-fascial endoscopic perforator surgery is associated with significantly less morbidity and shorter hospital stay than open operation (Linton's procedure).  British Journal of Surgery  1997, Suppl. 1; 84:19.

2. Bradbury A.W., Bulstrode N.W., Gilling-Smith G., Stansby G., Mansfield A.O., Wolfe J.H.N.  Repair of thoraco-abdominal aneurysms (TAAA) is worthwhile in selected cases.  British Journal of Surgery  1997, Suppl. 1; 84:43.

3. Wilson K.A., Hoskins P., Whyman M.R., Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V., Fowkes F.G.R.  The relationship between abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) wall compliance, maximum diameter and growth rate.  British Journal of Surgery  1997, Suppl. 1; 84:43.

4. Bradbury A.W., Bulstrode N.W., Gilling-Smith G., Stansby G., Mansfield A.O., Wolfe J.H.N.  Screening for occult myocardial disease in patients undergoing thoraco-abdominal aneurysms repair reduces cardiac morbidity and mortality.  British Journal of Surgery  1997, Suppl. 1; 84:65.

5. Stuart W.P., Adam D.J., Allan P.L., Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  Chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) is associated with increasing diameter and number of 'incompetent' calf-perforating veins permitting bi-directional flow.  British Journal of Surgery  1997, Suppl. 1; 84:68.

6. Brittenden J., Bradbury A.W., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.Mcl., Ruckley C.V.  Training in carotid endarterectomy (CEA) can be safe given adequate supervision.  British Journal of Surgery  1997, Suppl. 1; 84:68.

7. Adam D.J., Bradbury A.W., Garrioch M., Brittenden J., Gillies T., Ruckley C.V.  Changes in platelet count, coagulation and fibrinogen associated with elective repair of asymptomatic abdominal aortic aneurysm repair and aortic reconstruction for occlusive disease.  British Journal of Surgery 1997, Suppl. 1; 84:70-1.

 

International Society for Cardiovascular Surgery, London, September 1997

Stuart W.P., Bradbury A.W., Adam D.J., Allan P.L., Ruckley C.V.  Calf perforating veins: the relationship between number, size and the haemodynamic and clinical severity of chronic venous insufficiency.  Cardiovascular Surgery   1997; 5:99.

Vascular Surgical Society, London, November 1997

1. Bradbury A.W., Adam D.J., Makhdoomi K.R., Stuart W.P., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.Mcl., Ruckley C.V.  Abdominal aortic aneurysm repair: A 21-year experience.  British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85:554.

2. Adam D.J., Mohan I.V., Stuart W.P., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.Mcl., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  Transferring patients with ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm to a regional vascular surgery unit does not prejudice outcome.  British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85:555.

3. Wilson K.A., Bradbury A.W., Whyman M.R., Hoskins P., McCollum P., Lee A.J., Fowkes F.G.R., Ruckley C.V.  Abdominal aortic aneurysm wall compliance and future risk of rupture: a preliminary analysis.  British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85:555.

4. Stuart W.P., Bradbury A.W., Adam D.J., Allan P.L., Ruckley C.V.  Relationship between clinical grade of venous disease and calf perforating vein physiology.  British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85:556.

5. Bradbury A.W., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.Mcl., Ruckley C.V.  Training in abdominal aortic aneurysm surgery.  British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85:558.

6. Bradbury A.W., Evans C.J., Lee A.J., Ruckley C.V., Fowkes F.G.R.  Relationship between sex, symptoms and signs of venous disease and the results of colour flow duplex scanning: a population based study.  British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85:562.

7. Adam D.J., Bradbury A.W., Stuart W.P., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.Mcl., Ruckley C.V.  Premature aorto-iliac disease in young women is associated with thrombophilia.  British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85:564.

 

Surgical Research Society, London, January 1998

1. Adam D.J., Stuart W.P., Ross J.A., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm is associated with raised levels of soluble tumour necrosis factor receptors. British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85:691.

2. Adam D.J., Stuart W.P., Ludlam C.A., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm is associated with inhibition of systemic fibrinolysis. British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85:693.

 

Association of Surgeons, Edinburgh, May 1998

1. Adam D.J., Mohan I.V., Stuart W.P., Bain M., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  Centralised vascular surgical services and community outcome for ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm.  British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85; Suppl 1:63.

2. Adam D.J., Stuart W.P., Ludlam C.A., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm is associated with inhibition of systemic fibrinolysis. British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85; Suppl 1:63.

3. Evans S.M., Adam D.J., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.Mcl., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  Training in abdominal aortic aneurysm surgery.  British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85; Suppl 1:63.

4. Mohan I.V., Adam D.J., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W., Chalmers R.T.A.  Ilio-popliteal grafts: a useful option for limb salvage.  British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85; Suppl 1:23.

5. Brittenden J., Bradbury A.W., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.Mcl., Ruckley C.V.  Carotid endarterectomy: practice and outcome before and after ECST and NASCET.  British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85; Suppl 1:18.

6. Makhdoomi K.R., McBride K., Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  A prospective study of internal carotid artery plication during carotid endarterectomy: early clinical and duplex outcome.  British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85; Suppl 1:17.

7. Brooks M.J., Bradbury A.W., Wolfe J.H.N.  Elective repair of type IV thoraco-abdominal aneurysms: experience with a subcostal trans-abdominal approach.  British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85; Suppl 1:90.

8. Adam  D.J., Evans S.M., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.Mcl., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  Gender differences in abdominal aortic aneurysm repair.  British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85; Suppl 1:94-5.

 

Vascular Surgical Society, Hull, November 1998

1. Adam D.J., Evans S.M., Ludlam C.A., Bradbury A.W.  Inhibition of systemic fibrinolysis is associated with myocardial injury in patients operated on for ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm.  British Journal of Surgery  1999; 86:695.

2. Evans S.M., Adam D.J., Brittenden J., Bain M., Bradbury A.W.  Long-term survival following repair of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm in patients over 75 years of age.  British Journal of Surgery  1999; 86:696.

3. Bradbury A.W., Evans C.J., Allan P.L., Lee A.J., Ruckley C.V., Fowkes F.G.R. The symptoms of varicose veins.  British Journal of Surgery  1999; 86:700.

4. Evans S.M., Brittenden J., Adam D.J., Ludlam C.A., Bradbury A.W.  Prevalence and significance of thrombophilia in patients with intermittent claudication.  British Journal of Surgery  1999; 86:702-3.

5. Brittenden J., Beattie G.C., Gillespie I., McBride K., McInnes G., Bradbury A.W.  Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty for lower limb ischaemia.  British Journal of Surgery  1999; 86:704.

6. Beattie G.C, Brittenden J., Gillespie I., McBride K., McInnes G., Bradbury A.W.  Outcome of iliac percutaneous transluminal angioplasty with and without the use of stents in patients with intermittent claudication.  British Journal of Surgery  1999; 86:704-5.

7. Black D.A., Stonebridge P.A., Bradbury A.W., Cross K.S., Duncan J., McKay A.J.  Scottish Audit of Surgical Mortality, 1997.  British Journal of Surgery  1999; 86:710.

 

Surgical Research Society, Brighton, May 1999

1. Adam D.J., Evans S.M., Webb D.J., Bradbury A.W.  Failure to mount and endothelin response is associated with increased mortality following repair of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm.  British Journal of Surgery  1999; 86: Suppl 1:23.

2. Wilson K.A., Lee A.J., Hoskins P.R., Ruckley C.V., Fowkes F.G.R., Bradbury A.W.  Relationships between abdominal aortic aneurysm compliance, diameter and blood pressure.  British Journal of Surgery  1999; 86: Suppl 1:24-5.

 

Association of Surgeons, Brighton, May 1999

1. Bradbury A.W., Cooper G., Dennis M., Engeset J., Holdsworth R., Pell J., Quin R., Ruckley C.V., Slack R., Stonebridge P.A., Welch G.  An audit of carotid endarterectomy in Scotland.  British Journal of Surgery  1999; 86: Suppl 1:48.

2. Brittenden J., Bradbury A.W.  Are we still performing inappropriate carotid endarterectomy? British Journal of Surgery  1999; 86: Suppl 1:49.

3. Evans S.M., Brittenden J., Adam D.J., Ludlam C.A., Bradbury A.W.  The prevalence and significance of thrombophilia in intermittent claudication.  British Journal of Surgery  1999; 86: Suppl 1:82.

4. Brittenden J., Beattie G., Frame S., Bain M., Bradbury A.W.  Inequalities in referral for carotid endarterectomy within the catchment area of a single regional vascular unit.  British Journal of Surgery  1999; 86: Suppl 1:110.

5. Evans S.M., Adam D.J., Bain M., Bradbury A.W.  The effect of age and gender on immediate and long-term outcome of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm.  British Journal of Surgery  1999; 86: Suppl 1:113.

 

Vascular Surgical Society, November 1999

1. Evans S.M., Twomey P., Haggart P.C., MacKenzie R., Walker S., Bradbury A.W. Prevalence and treatment of hypercholesterolaemia in patients with peripheral vascular disease.  British Journal of Surgery  2000; 87: 490-516.

2. Papp L., Evans S.M., Kelman J., Chalmers R.T.A., Murie J.A., Bradbury A.W.  Infrainguinal bypass grafting for critical ischaemia in the hands of trainees.  British Journal of Surgery 2000; 87: 490.

3. Evans S.M., Haggart P. C., Ludlam C.A. Bradbury A.W.  Exercise in claudicants is associated with systemic fibrinolysis. British Journal of Surgery 2000; 87: 490-1.

4. Paisley A.M., Bradbury A.W. Comparison of the effect of primary and recurrent varicose vein surgery on symptoms and quality of life. British Journal of Surgery 2000; 87: 501.

5. Bradbury A.W., Evans C.J., Allan P.L., Lee A.J., Ruckley C.V., Fowkes F.G.R. Relationship between lower limb symptoms and patterns of deep and superficial venous reflux on duplex ultrasonography. British Journal of Surgery 2000; 87: 501-2.

6. Bradbury A.W.,  Cooper G., Dennis M., Engeset J., Holdsworth R., Pell J., Quin R., Ruckley C.V., Slack R., Stonebridge P., Welch G. on behalf of the Scottish Vascular Audit Group. Prospective audit of carotid endarterectomy in Scotland.  British Journal of Surgery 2000; 87: 510.

7. Brittenden J., Ingram S., Beattie G., Bradbury A. W.  'Kissing Stent' insertion is not safe or durable. British Journal of Surgery 2000; 87: 511.

 

Surgical Research Society, Cardiff, May 2000

1. Evans S.M, Haggart P.C., Ludlam C.A., Bradbury A.W.  Exercise in claudication is associated with thrombin generation, systemic fibrinolysis but not endothelial cell injury. British Journal of Surgery 2000, 87: Suppl 1. 22.

2. Papp L, Evans S. M., Brittenden J., Kelman J., Chalmers R.T.A., Murie J.A., Bradbury A.W.  Infrainguinal bypass for severe limb ischaemia.  British Journal of Surgery 2000, 87: Suppl 1 41.

3. Wilson K.A., Lindholt J.S., Heikendorff  L., Vammen S., Bradbury A W.  Relationship  between abdominal aortic aneurysm compliance and serum markers of elastin and collagen metabolism.  British Journal of Surgery 2000, 87: Suppl 1 65.

 

European Venous Forum, Lyon, June 2000

1. Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W., Evans C.J., Allan P.L., Lee A. J., Fowkes F.G.R.  Chronic venous insufficiency in the general population:  Clinical and duplex correlations in the Edinburgh Vein Study.

2. MacKenzie R.K., Evans S.M., Ruckley C.V., Ludlam C.J., Bradbury A.W. The prevalence of thrombophilia in chronic venous ulceration.

 

Surgical Research Society, Cork, September 2000

1.Yapanis M., Goldman M., Bradbury A.W. Paracetamol absorption and gastro-intestinal function following aortic surgery.

 

European Society of Vascular Surgery, London, September 2000

1. Haggart P.C., Adam D.A., Ludlam C.J., Ludman P.A, Bradbury A.W.  The relationship between coagulation and myocardial injury  in patients undergoing aortic surgery.

 

American Venous Forum 13th Annual Meeting, Florida 22nd-25th February 2001

1. MacKenzie R.K., Bradbury A.W., Paisley A., Ruckley C.V. The effect of long saphenous vein stripping on quality of life following varicose vein surgery.

2. Stuart W.P., Lee A., Allan P.L., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  Incompetent calf perforating veins are most strongly associated with superficial venous reflux and may therefore not require specific surgical intervention.

3. MacKenzie R.K., Paisley A., Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  The effect of primary and recurrent varicose vein surgery on quality of life. ( Poster).

 

Venous Forum, Gloucester, March  2001

1. MacKenzie R.K., Allan P. L., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W. Thrombophilia in patients with chronic venous leg ulceration.  Phlebology 2001; 16:1: 47

 

Association of Surgeons of Great Britain & Ireland Annual Meeting, Birmingham April 2001

1. Adam D.J., Haggart P.C., Ludlam C.A., Bradbury A.W.  Haemostatic marker before operation in patients with ruptured and acutely symptomatic non-ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm. British Journal of Surgery 2001, 88: Suppl 1; 44.

2. Yapanis M., R van den Bosch., Haggart P., Burns P., Goldman M, Bradbury A.W. Paracetamol absorption in the assessment of gastroduodenal function following aortic aneurysm repair. British Journal of Surgery 2001, 88: 5; 764.

 

European Society for Vascular & Endovascular Surgery XVI Annual Meeting, Istanbul, September 2002

1. Burns P B., Wilmink T., Fegan C., Bradbury A.W.  Exercise in claudicants is associated with thrombin generation and the development of prothrombotic diathesis.(Abstract).

 

 

27th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Vascular Surgical Society of Great Britain & Ireland, Belfast 2002

1. Burns P.J., Wilmink A.B., Welch A.A., Quick C.R.G., Hubbard C.S., Bradbury A.W.  Dietary folate and vitamin B6 are independent predictors of peripheral arterial occlusive disease.

2. Burns P.J., Wilmink A.B.M., Fegan C., Bradbury A.W. Exercise in claudicants is associated with thrombin generation and a reduced fibrinolytic response.

3. Yapanis M., Burns P.J., Ludman P., Khaira H.S., Jones B., Bradbury A.W.  Peri-operative myocardial injury in patients with critical limb ischaemia.

 

American Venous Forum, Cancun , Mexico February 2003

1. Sam R.C., MacKenzie R. K.,Paisley A., Ruckley C V., Bradbury A.W.  Changes in generic quality of life following superfical venous surgery. (Poster).

2. Sam R.C., Burns P., Hobbs S., Mackenzie R.K., Wilmink A., Silverman S., Bradbury A.W.  The prevalence of homocysteinaemia, the methylene tetrahydrofolate reductase C677T mutation and Vitamin B12 and folate deficiency in chronic venous insufficiency.  (Presentation/paper)

3. Hobbs S., Dam R., Rehman A., Wilmink A.B.M., Bradbury A.W.    A comparison of surgery for superficial venous disease in Caucasian  and Asians.  (Poster).

 

European Society of Cardiovascular Surgery, Istanbul 2003

1. Claridge M.W.C., Hobbs S.D, Quick C.R.G., Bradbury A.W., Wilmink A.B.M. Decreasing arterial wall compliance is related to underlying vascular disease not age.

 

Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland, Manchester 2003

1. Claridge M.W.C., Hobbs S.D., Quick C.R.G., Bradbury A.W., Wilmink A..B.M.  Non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are associated with increased aortic stiffness.

2. Sam R.C., Burns P., Hobbs S., Mackenzie R.K., Wilmink A., Silverman S., Bradbury A.W.  3. The prevalence of homocysteinaemia, the methylene tetrahydrofolate reductase C677T mutation and Vitamin B12 and folate deficiency in chronic venous insufficiency.  (Presentation/paper)

4. Hobbs S., Claridge M., Quick C.R., Day N.E., Bradbury A.W., Wilmink A.B.M. LDL cholesterol is associated with small abdominal aortic aneurysms. (Presentation).

 

Royal Society of Medicine Venous Forum Newcastle 2003

1. Hobbs S., Sam  R., Rehman A., Marshall T., Wilmink A.B.M., Bradbury A.W.  The utilization of superficial venous surgery for chronic venous insufficiency by the UK Asian population. (Presentation). 

 

West Midlands Surgical Society 2003

2. Hobbs S.D., Claridge M.W.C., Drage M.W., Quick C.R.G., Bradbury A.W., Wilmink A.B.M. Failures of abdominal aortic aneurysm screening.(Presentation)

3. Lucas J.A., Pearce J.D., Hobbs S.D., Bradbury A.W., Hansen K.J., Wilmink A.B.M.  A  comparison of risk factor modification in claudicants referred to an American and English teaching hospital. (Presentation).

 

Birmingham Heartlands and Solihull NHS Trust ( Teaching) Research Day 2003

1. Hobbs S.D., Claridge M.W.C., Drage M.W., Quick C.R.G. Bradbury A.W., Wilmink A.B.M.  Strategies to improve the effectiveness of abdominal aortic aneurysm screening. (Poster)

 

Midlands Vascular Surgical Society Meeting, Shrewsbury, March 2004

1. Hobbs S.D., Adam D.J., Wilmink A.B.M., Bradbury A.W.  Balloon angioplasty has a limited role as an adjunctive treatment of intermittent claudication due to infra-inguinal disease. (Presentation)

2. Claridge M., Hobbs S.D., Quick C.R.G., Bradbury A.W., Wilmink A.B.M.  Screening for popliteal aneurysms should not be a routine part of  a community based aneurysm screening program. (Presentation)

3. Adam D.J., Berce M., Anderson J.L. Endovascular repaid of thoraco-abdominal aortic aneurysms with branch vessel preservation by graft fenestration. (Presentation)

 

Venous Forum Spring Meeting, Manchester, 2004

1. Sam R.C.,Makhdoomi K., Nicholl P., Silverman S.H., Bradbury A.W.  Impact of a portable ultrasound machine in the outpatient assessment of varicose veins. (Presentation)

 

Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland AGM 2004

1. A comparison of risk factor modification in claudicants referred to an American and English teaching hospital (Poster)

 

West Midlands Surgical Society Spring Meeting Shrewsbury, May 2004

1. Hobbs S.D., Macarthur D., Rehman A., Adam D.J., Wilmink A., Bradbury A.W. Asians undergo fewer operations for peripheral arterial disease than age-matched non-Asians (Presentation)

 

The Endovascular Forum UK & Ireland Stratford upon Avon, June 2004

1. Adam D.J. BASIL trial:  results and recommendations.

 

The Vascular Society of Great Britain & Ireland, Bournemouth, November 2005

1. Hobbs S.D., Fegan C., Ada, D.J., Bradbury A.W. The constitutive procoagulant and hypofibrinolytic state in patients with intermittent claudication significantly improves with percutaneous transluminal balloon angioplasty. (Presentation)

 

The American Venous Forum 18th Annual Meeting, Miami, Florida 2006

1. Sam R.C., Darvall K.A. L., Adam D.J., Silverman S.H., Bradbury A.W. Patient reported outcomes after superficial venous surgery – relationship with change in venous haemodynamics. (Oral presentation).

The American Venous Forum 18th Annual Meeting, Miami, Florida 2006

2. Sam R.C., Darvall K.A.L., Adam D.J., Silverman S.H., Bradbury A.W. Superficial venous surgery for varicose veins affords the same improvement in generic health related quality of life as elective laparoscopic cholecystecomy for symptomatic gall-stones. (Oral presentation).

Peer reviewed original articles

1. James K., Harvey J., Bradbury A.W., Hargreaves T.B., Cullen R.T. The effect of human seminal plasma on macrophage function - a possible contributory factor in sexually transmitted disease. AIDS Research  1983; 1:45-7.

2. Bradbury A.W., Miller W.R., Carter D.C. Cyclic adenosine 3’:5'-monophosphate binding proteins in human colorectal cancer and mucosa. British Journal of Cancer  1991; 63:201-4.

3. Bradbury A.W. Pattern and severity of injury sustained by pedestrians in road traffic accidents with particular reference to alcohol consumption. Injury: The British Journal of Accident Surgery  1991; 22:132-4.

4. Bradbury A.W., Haydon G., Georgantopoulos A., Stonebridge P.A., MacLeod D.A.D., Wallace I.W.J., Rainey J.B. A review of perforated duodenal ulcer 1981-1990. Lothian Surgical Audit Annual Report 1991; 85-7.

5. Bradbury A.W., Robertson C. Prospective audit of the pattern, severity and circumstances of injury sustained by vehicle occupants as a result of road traffic accidents. Archives of  Emergency Medicine  1992; 10:15-23.

6. McLean A.D., Stonebridge P.A., Bradbury A.W., Rainey J.B, MacLeod D.A.D. Time of presentation, time of operation, and unnecessary appendicectomy. British Medical Journal  1993: 306:307-8.

7. Bradbury A.W., Stonebridge P.A., MacLeod D.A.D., Wallace I.W., Rainey J.B. Open biliary surgery and the use of an in-patient morbidity audit. Journal of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh  1993; 38:86-8.

8. Bradbury A.W., Robertson C. Pattern and severity of injury sustained by motorcyclists in road traffic accidents in Edinburgh, Scotland. Health Bulletin  1993; 51:86-91.

9. Bradbury A.W., Stonebridge P.A., John T.G., Jenkins A.McL., Murie J.A., Ruckley C.V. Acute thrombosis of the non-aneurysmal abdominal aorta. European Journal of Vascular Surgery  1993;7:320-3.

10. Bradbury A.W., Jenkins A. Mcl., Murie J.A., Ruckley C.V.  Edinburgh Regional Vascular Unit: development of emergency practice 1983-1992. Journal of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh  1993: 38:163-6.

11. Stonebridge P.A., Callam M.J., Bradbury A.W., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.McL., Ruckley C.V. Comparison of long-term survival following successful ruptured and non-ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm repair. British Journal of Surgery   1993: 80:585-6.

12. Bradbury A.W., Stonebridge P.A., Callam M.J., Ruckley C.V., Allan P. Foot volumetry and duplex ultrasonography after saphenous and subfascial perforating vein ligation for recurrent venous ulceration. British Journal of Surgery  1993; 80:845-8.

13. John T.G, Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V. Vein patch rupture following carotid endarterectomy: an avoidable catastrophe?  British Journal of Surgery   1993; 80: 852-3.

14. Bradbury A.W., Stonebridge P.A., Ruckley C.V., Beggs I. Recurrent varicose veins: correlation between preoperative clinical and hand-held Doppler ultrasonographic examination, and anatomical findings at surgery. British Journal of Surgery  1993; 80:849-51.

15. Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V. Foot volumetry can predict recurrent ulceration after saphenous and subfascial perforating vein ligation. Journal of Vascular Surgery 1993; 18:789-95.

16. Bradbury A.W., Bachoo P., Milne A.A., Duncan J.L.  Coagulopathy, endothelial cell activation, platelets and prognosis.  Lothian Surgical Audit Annual Report  1993; 65-70.

17. Stonebridge P.A., Bradbury A.W., Murie J.A. Continued smoking and the long-term results of vascular reconstruction. British Journal of Surgery  1994; 81:51-3.

18. Bradbury A.W., Stonebridge P.A., Callam M., Walker A., Allan P., Beggs I. Ruckley C.V. Recurrent varicose veins: assessment of the sapheno-femoral junction British Journal of Surgery  1994; 81:373-5.

19. Bradbury A.W., Miller W.R., Carter W.R., Clair T. and Cho-Chung Y.S. Protein kinase A (PK-A) regulatory subunit expression in human colorectal cancer and related mucosa. British Journal of Cancer   1994, 69:738-42.

20. Milne A.A., Stonebridge P.A., Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V. Venous function and clinical outcome following deep venous thrombosis. British Journal of Surgery 1994; 81:847-9.

21. Milne A.A., Murphy W.G., Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  Post-operative haemorrhage following aortic aneurysm repair. European Journal of Vascular Surgery 1994; 8: 622-6.

22. Bradbury A.W., Bachoo P., Milne A.A., Duncan J.L.  Deep venous thrombosis following operative repair of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm. Journal of Vascular Surgery   1994; 20:318-9.

23. Bradbury A.W., Stonebridge P.A., Ruckley C.V. Association between foot volumetry and deep vein incompetence as demonstrated by duplex ultrasonography. Phlebology  1994; 9:164-6.

24. Gillies T.E., Bradbury A.W., Milne A.A., Chalmers R.T.A., Murie J.A.  The extended use of axillofemoral bypass.  Lothian Surgical Audit Annual Report  1994:35.

25. Stonebridge P.A., Chalmers N., Beggs I., Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V. Recurrent varicose veins: a varicographic analysis leading to a new practical classification.  British Journal of Surgery  1995; 82:60-62.

26. Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  Patterns of reflux in recurrent varicose veins assessed by duplex scanning British Journal of Surgery  1995; 82: 424-5.

27. Milne A.A., Murphy W.G., Bevan B.H., Bradbury A.W.,  Ruckley C.V.  Endothelial cell activation following aortic aneurysm rupture. An electron microscopic study.  British Journal of Surgery  1995; 82:635-7.

28. Bradbury A.W., Bachoo P., Milne A.A., Duncan J.L. Platelet count and the outcome of surgery for ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery  1995; 21:484-91.

29. Munro A., Sulaiman M.N., Borgstein E., Bachoo P., Bradbury A.W.  Total colonic mobilisation and exteriorisation facilitates intra-operative colonic irrigation.  Journal of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 1995; 40: 171-2.

30. Chalmers R.T.A., Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  Radiological management of traumatic false aneurysm - a caveat.  Journal of Vascular Surgery 1995; 21:337-8.

31.Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  Clinical aspects of imaging in peripheral arterial and venous disease.  Imaging 1995; 7:97-106.

32. Bradbury A.W., Brittenden J., Allan P.L., Ruckley C.V.  Chronic venous ulceration: comparison of duplex assessment of venous reflux in the affected and non-affected legs.  Phlebology  1995; Suppl. 1:799-801.

33. Bradbury A.W., Allan P.L., Brittenden J., Milne A.A., Nelson E.A., Ruckley C.V.  Detection of venous reflux in patients with chronic leg ulcer: comparison of hand-held Doppler performed by a nurse specialist with colour duplex performed by a radiologist.  Phlebology  1995; Suppl. 1:236-7.

34. Brittenden J., Bradbury A.W., Milne A.A., Allan P.L., Ruckley C.V.  Popliteal vein reflux demonstrated by duplex ultrasonography is associated with delayed and non-healing of chronic venous ulceration.  Phlebology  1995; Suppl. 1:796-8.

35. Bradbury A.W., Brittenden J., McBride K., Ruckley C.V., Mesenteric ischaemia: A multidisciplinary approach.  British Journal of Surgery 1995; 82: (11): 1446-1459.

36. Bradbury A.W., Brittenden J., Allan P.L., Ruckley C.V.  Comparison of venous reflux in the affected and non-affected leg in patients with unilateral venous ulceration.  British Journal of Surgery 1996; 83:513-5.

37. Milne A.A., Bradbury A.W.  ‘Residual’ appendicitis following incomplete laparoscopic appendicectomy.  British Journal of Surgery 1996; 83:217. (case report)

38. Bradbury A.W., Adam D.J., Garrioch M, Brittenden J., Gillies T., C. Ruckley C.V.  Changes in platelet count, coagulation and fibrinogen associated with elective repair of asymptomatic abdominal aortic aneurysm.  European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery  1997; 13:375-80.

39. The Scottish Vascular Audit Group.  Indications for arterial reconstruction and major amputation in the management of chronic critical limb ischaemia.  European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 1997; 13:315-21.

40. Bradbury A.W., Chan Y-C., Darzi A., Stansby G.  Thromboembolic prophylaxis during laparoscopic cholecystectomy. British Journal of Surgery  1997; 84: 962-4.

41. The Scottish Vascular Audit Group.  Impact of angioplasty and arterial reconstructive surgery on the quality of life of claudicants.  Scottish Medical  Journal  1997; 42:47-8.

42. The Scottish Vascular Audit Group.  Surgical blood-ordering schedules for elective aortic aneurysm repair.  British Journal of Surgery 1997; 84:331-32.

43. Bulstrode N.W., Bradbury A.W., Barrett S., Stansby G., Mansfield A.O., Nicolaides A.N., Wolfe J.H.N.  Clostridium difficile colitis after aortic surgery.  European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery  1997; 14: 217-20.

44. Stuart W.P., Adam D.J., Allan P.L., Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  Sub-fascial endoscopic perforator surgery (SEPS) is associated with significantly less morbidity and shorter hospital stay than open operation.  British Journal of Surgery 1997; 84:1364-5.

45. Bradbury A.W., Makhdoomi K.R., Adam D., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.McL., Ruckley C.V.  Twelve-year experience of the management of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm. British Journal of Surgery 1997; 84:1705-7.

46. Bradbury A.W., Brittenden J., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.Mcl., Ruckley C.V.  Supervised training in carotid endarterectomy is safe.  British Journal of Surgery 1997; 84:1708-1710.

47. Adam D.J., Bradbury A.W., Stuart W.P., Woodburn K.R., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.Mcl.. Ruckley C.V.  The value of computed tomography in the assessment of suspected ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm.  Journal of Vascular Surgery 1998; 27: 431-7.

48. Wilson K.A., Bradbury A.W., Whyman M.R., Hoskins P., Lee A., Fowkes F.G.R., Ruckley C.V.  Relationship between abdominal aortic aneurysm wall compliance and clinical outcome: a preliminary analysis.  European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery  1998; 15: 472-7.

49. Bradbury A.W., Makhdoomi K.R., Adam D.J., Stuart W.P., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.McL., Ruckley C.V.  A 21 year experience of abdominal aortic aneurysm operations in Edinburgh.   British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85: 645-7.

50. Brittenden J., Bradbury A.W., Milne A.A., Allan P.L., Ruckley C.V. Popliteal vein reflux reduces the healing of chronic venous ulcer.  British Journal of Surgery  1998; 85: 60-2.

51. Adam D.J., Bain M., Shanks E., Bradbury A.W. on behalf of the Scottish Vascular Audit Group.  Geographical inequality in the provision of carotid endarterectomy as a means of stroke prevention. British Journal of Surgery 1998; 85:1075-9.

52. Stuart W.P., Adam D.J., Allan P.L., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  Saphenous surgery does not correct perforator incompetence in the presence of deep venous reflux.  Journal of Vascular Surgery 1998; 28:834-8.

53. Evans C.J., Allan P.L., Lee A.J., Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V., Fowkes F.G.R.  Prevalence of venous reflux in the general population on duplex scanning: The Edinburgh Vein Study. Journal of Vascular Surgery 1998; 28:767-6.

54. Bradbury A.W., Bulstrode N.W., Gilling-Smith G., Stansby G., Mansfield A.O., Wolfe J.H.N.  Repair of ruptured thoraco-abdominal aortic aneurysms is worthwhile in selected cases.  European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 1999; 17:160-5.

55. Bradbury A.W., Evans C.J., Allan P.L., Lee A.J., Ruckley C.V., Fowkes F.G.R.  What are the symptoms of varicose veins ?  Edinburgh vein study cross sectional population survey  British Medical Journal. 1999; 318: 353-6.

56. Brittenden J., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.Mcl., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  Carotid endarterectomy before and after publication of randomised controlled trials.  British Journal of Surgery 1999; 86:206-10.

57. Makhdoomi K.R., McBride K., Brittenden J., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  A prospective study of internal carotid artery plication during carotid endarterectomy: early clinical and duplex outcome. European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 1999; 18 (5); 391-394.   

58. Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  Recurrence of venous leg ulcer.  Phlebolymphology  1998; 18:9-13.

59. Smart W.P., Adam D.J., Allan P.L., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.,  Saphenous surgery does not correct perforator incompetence in the presence of deep venous reflux.  Journal of  Vascular Surgery 1998; 28:(5); 834-838.

60. Gibbs R.G.I., Davies A.H., Adam D.J., Bradbury A.W.  Geographical inequality in the provision of carotid endarterectomy in Scotland. (Multiple Letters).  British Journal of Surgery 1999; 86: (1): 136.

61. Wilson K., Whyman M., Hoskins P., Lee A.J., Bradbury A.W., Fowkes F.G.R., Ruckley C.V.  The relationship between abdominal aortic aneurysm wall, maximum diameter and growth rate.  Cardiovascular Surgery  1999; 7: 208-13.

62. Adam D.J., Mohan I.V., Stuart W.P., Bain M., Bradbury A.W.  Community and hospital outcome from ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm within the catchment area of a regional vascular surgery service.  Journal of Vascular  Surgery 1999; 30: (5): 922-928. Makhdoomi 63. K.R., McBride K., Brittenden J., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  A prospective study of internal carotid artery plication during carotid endarterectomy: early clinical and duplex outcome. European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 1999; 18: (5): 391-394.   

64. Adam D.J., Milne A.A., Evans S.M., Lee A.J., Roulston J.E., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  Serum amylase iso-enzymes in patients undergoing operation for ruptured and intact abdominal aortic aneurysm. Journal of Vascular Surgery 1999; 30: (2): 229-235.

65. Lucertini G., Viacava A., Belardi P., Stuart W.P., Bradbury A.W.  Regarding 'Saphenous surgery does not correct perforator incompetence in the presence of deep venous reflux.'  (Multiple Letters)  Journal of Vascular Surgery 1999; 29: (5): 941-942.

66. Brittenden J., McBride K., McInnes G., Gillespie I., Bradbury A.W.  The use of endovascular stents in the  treatment of penetrating ulcers of the thoracic aorta.  Journal of Vascular Surgery 1999;  30: (5): 946-949.

67. Adam D.J., Ludlam C.A., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  Coagulation and fibrinolysis in patients undergoing operation for ruptured and non-ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm. Journal of Vascular Surgery 1999; 30: (4): 641-650.

68. Evans S.M., Adam D.J., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.McL., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.,  Training in abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) repair: 1987-1997. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 1999; 18: (5): 430-3.

69. Adam D.J., Ludlam C.A., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  Coagulation and fibrinolysis in patients undergoing operation for ruptured and non-ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm. Journal of Vascular Surgery 1999; 30: (4): 641-650.

70. Evans S.M., Adam D.J., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.McL., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.,  Training in abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) repair: 1987-1997. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 1999; 18: (5): 430-3.

71. Evans C.J., Allan P.L., Lee A.J., Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V., Fowkes F.G.R.  Prevalence of venous insufficiency in men and women in the general population: Edinburgh Vein Study.  Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 1999; 53: 149-53.

72. Brittenden J., Gillespie I., McBride K., McInnes G., Bradbury A W.,  Endovascular repair of aortic pseudoaneurysms (AAA) repair: European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2000; 19: (1): 82-84.

73. Adam D.J., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W., Ross J.A.  Elevated levels of soluble tumour necrosis factor receptors are associated with increased mortality in patients operated for ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm. Journal of Vascular Surgery 2000; 31 (3): 514-519.

74. Wilson K.A., Hoskins P.R., Lee A.J., Fowkes F.G.R., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  Ultrasonic measurement of pulsatile vessel diameter and wall compliance of abdominal aortic aneurysm - a reproducibility study.  Journal of Vascular Surgery 2000; 31: (3) 507-513. 

75. Bradbury A.W., Evans S.M., Adam D.J., Murie J.A., Jenkins A.Mcl., Ruckley C.V.  Training in abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) repair: 1987-1997.  European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2000; 18: (5): 430-433.

76. Stuart W.P., Adam D.J., Allan P.L., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  The relationship between the number, competence and diameter of medial calf perforating veins and clinical status in patients with lower limb venous disease. Journal of Vascular Surgery 2000; 32: (1): 138-143.

77. Brittenden J., Bradbury AW.  Are we still performing inappropriate carotid endarterectomy?  European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2000; 20: 158-162.

78. Evans SM., Adam DJ., Bradbury AW. The influence of gender on outcome after ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm. Journal of Vascular Surgery 2000; 2: 258-262.

79. Allan P.L., Bradbury A.W., Evans C.J., Lee A.J., Ruckley C.V., Fowkes F.G.R.  Patterns of reflux and severity of varicose veins in the general population -Edinburgh Vein Study.  European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2000; 20: 470-477.

80. Burns P., Bradbury A.W. Duodenal obstruction following aortic aneurysm repair caused by an aneurysm sac seroma.  European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2000; 20: 487-488

81. Bradbury A.W., Evans C.J., Allan P., Lee A.J., Ruckley C.V., Fowkes F.G.R.  The relationship between lower limb symptoms and superficial and deep venous reflux on duplex ultrasonography: The Edinburgh Vein Study  Journal of Vascular Surgery 2000; 32: (5): 921-931

82. Papp L., Evans S.M., Kelman J., Chalmers R.T.A., Murie J. A., Bradbury A.W.  Training in infrainguinal bypass surgery for severe leg ischaemia.  British Journal of Surgery 2001; 88: 82-84

83. Wilson K.A., Lindholt J.S., Hoskins P.R., Heickendorff L., Vammen S., Bradbury A.W.  The relationship between abdominal aortic aneurysm distensibility and serum markers of elastin and collagen metabolism. European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2001; 21: 175-178.

84. Bradbury A.W., Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty versus femorodistal bypass for severe ischaemia of the leg.  Fast Facts Vascular Surgery Highlights 2001; 26-33.

85. Yapanis M., Bradbury A.W.  Varicose Vein Surgery.  Up-Date in Vascular Surgery; 2001

86. Adam D.J., Evans S. M., Webb D. J., Bradbury A.W.  Plasma endothelin levels and outcome in patients undergoing repair of ruptured infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm.  Journal of Vascular Surgery 2001; 33:6:1242-46.

87. Burns P.J., Mosquera D.A., Bradbury A.W.   Prevalence and significance of thrombophilia in peripheral arterial disease.  European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2001; 22: 98-106.

88. Haggart P.C., Adam D.J., Ludlam P.F., Bradbury A.W.  Myocardial injury and systemic fibrinolysis in patients undergoing repair of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm: a preliminary report.  European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2001; 21: (6): 529-34.

89. Haggart P.C., Adam D.J., Ludman P.F., Bradbury A.W.  Comparison of cardiac troponin I and creatine kinase ratios in the detection of myocardial injury after aortic surgery.  British Journal of Surgery 2001; 88: 1196-1200

90. Fowkes F.G.R, Evans C.J., Lee A.J., Allan P.L., Bradbury A.W., Ruckley C.V.  Lifestyle factor for lower limb venous reflux in the general population: Edinburgh Vein Study.  International Journal of Epidemiology  2001; 30: 846-852.

91. Brittenden J., Beattie G., Bradbury A.W.  Outcome of Iliac Kissing Stents. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2001; 22: 466-468.

92. Stuart W P., Lee A J., Allan P L., Ruckley C V., Bradbury A.W. Most incompetent calf perforating veins are found in association with superficial venous reflux.  Journal of Vascular Surgery 2001; 34: 5: 774-778.

93. Wilson K, MacCallum H, Wilkinson I.B., Hoskins P. R., Lee A. J., Bradbury A. W.  Comparison of brachial artery pressure and derived central pressure in the measurement of abdominal aortic aneurysm distensibility.  European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2001; 22: 4: 355-360.

94. Haggart P.C., Ludman P.F., Bradbury A.W.  Cardiac Troponin: a new biochemical marker for peri-operative myocardial injury.  European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2001; 22: 4 301-305.

95. Adam D.J., Haggart P.C., Ludlam C.A., Bradbury A.W.  Haemostatic markers before operation in patients with ruptured and acutely symptomatic non-ruptured infrarenal abdominal aortic anuerysm. Journal of Vascular Surgery 2001; 88: Suppl 1; 44 (published abstract). 

96. Yapanis M., Bosche Van Den R., Haggart P., Burns P., Goldman M., Bradbury A.W.  Paracetamol absorption in the assessment of gastroduodenal function following aortic aneurysm repair.  British Journal of Surgery 2001; 88: Suppl 1: 44 (published abstract).

97. Sykes T.C.F., Morris A.G., Bradbury A.W., Mosquera D.  Apoptosis in vascular disease. European Journal of Vascular Surgery 2001; 22: 389-395.

98. MacKenzie R. K., Ludlam C.A., Ruckley C.V., Allan P.L., Burns P., Bradbury A.W. The prevalence of thrombophilia in patients with chronic venous leg ulceration.  Journal of Vascular Surgery 2002; 35: 4:718-723.

99. Adam D.J., Haggart P.C., Ludlam C.A., Bradbury A.W. Haemostatic markers before operation inpatients with acutely symptomatic non-ruptured and ruptured infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm. Journal of Vascular Surgery 2002; 35: 4:661-665.

100. MacKenzie R. K.,  Bradbury A.W., Lee A.J., Allan P., Ruckley C.V., Paisley A.  The effect of long saphenous vein stripping on quality of life following varicose vein surgery.  Journal of Vascular Surgery 2002; 35: 6: 1197-1203.

101. Burns P., Lima E., Bradbury A.W.  What constitutes best medical therapy for peripheral arterial disease? European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular  Surgery 2002; 24:(1): 6-12.

102. Bradbury A.W., MacKenzie R.K., Burns P., Fegan C.  Thrombophilia and chronic venous ulceration.( Review Article) European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2002; 24: 97-104.

103. Burns P., Lima E., Bradbury A.W.  Second best medical therapy.  European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2002; 24: 400-404.

104. Bradbury A.W., Bell J., Lee A.J., Prescott R.J., Brittenden J., Gillespie I, Stansby G, Fowkes F.G.R.  Bypass or angioplasty for severe limb ischaemia? A Delphi Consensus Study. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2002; 24: 411-416.

105. Mackenzie R.K., Lee A. J., Paisley A., Burns, P., Allan P.L., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W. Patient, operative and surgeon factors that influence the effect of superficial venous surgery on disease specific quality of life.  Journal of Vascular Surgery 2002; 36: 5: 896-902.

106. Wilson K.A., Lee A.J.,. Lee A.J., Hoskins P., Fowkes G. R., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  The relationship between aortic wall distensibility and rupture of infrarenal abdominal  aortic aneurysm.  Journal of Vascular Surgery 2002; 37: 1: 112-117.

107. Bradbury A.W. The role of Cilostazol (PLETALTM) in the management of intermittent claudication.  International Journal of Clinical Practice 2003; 57: 5: 405-409.

108. Hobbs S.D., Wilmink T., Bradbury A.W.  How many claudicants should be prescribed statins?  European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2003; 26: 110. (Letter)

109. Hobbs S., Sam  R., Rehman A., Marshall T., Wilmink A.B.M., Bradbury A.W.  The utilization of superficial venous surgery for chronic venous insufficiency by the UK Asian population. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery  2003; 26: (3): 322-324.

110. Hobbs S., Jones A.F., Wilmink A.B.M., Bradbury A.W.  Near patient cholesterol testing in patients with peripheral arterial disease. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2003; 26: (3) 267-271.

111. Mackenzie R.K., Allan P.L., Brown D. A., Ruckley C.V. Bradbury A.,W. A comparison of patients who developed venous leg ulceration before and after their 50th birthday. European Journal of Vascular & Surgery 2003; 26: 176-178.

112. Burns P., Wilmink A.M.B., Fegan C., Bradbury A.W. Exercise in claudicants is accompanied by excessive thrombin generation. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2003; 26: 150-155.

113. Bradbury A.W., Modern management of chronic venous insufficiency.  Asian Journal of Surgery 2003; 26: 129-132. (Leading Article)

114. Adam D.J., Haggart P.C., Ludlam C.A., Bradbury A.W.  von Willebrand factor and platelet count in ruptured and non-ruptured infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm repair.  European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2003; 26: 4: 412-417.

115. Sam R.C., Burns P.J., Hobbs S.D., Marshall T., Wilmink A.B.M., Silverman S., Bradbury A.W.  The prevalence of hyperhomocysteinemia, methylene tetrahydrofolate reductase C677T mutation, vitamin B12 and folate deficiency in patients with chronic venous insufficiency. Journal of Vascular Surgery 2003; 38: 5: 904-908.

116. Hobbs S.D., Claridge M., Quick C.R.G., Day N.E., Bradbury A.W., Wilmink A.B.M.  LDL cholesterol is associated with small abdominal aortic aneurysms. European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2003; 26: 6: 618-622.

117. Ford S.J., Rehman A., Bradbury A.W. External iliac endofibrosis in endurance athletes: a novel case in an endurance runner and a review of the literature.  European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2003; 26: 629-634.

118. Hobbs S., Bradbury A.W. Under-utilisation of superficial venous surgery by the West Midlands Asian population.  The Mercian Vascular & Endovascular Forum, Winter, 2003.

119. Wilmink A..B.M., Welch A.A., Quick C.R.G., Burns P.J., Hubbard C.S., Bradbury A.W., Day N.E.  Dietary folate and vitamin b6 are independent predictors of peripheral arterial occlusive disease.  Journal of Vascular Surgery 2004; 39:3: 513-516.

120. Sam R., Silverman S.H.,  Bradbury A.W. Nerve injuries and varicose vein surgery. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2004; 27: 113-120.

121. Bradbury A.W., Wilmink A.B.M., Lee A.J., Bell J., Prescott R.J., Gillespie I., Stansby G., Fowkes F.G. on behalf of the BASIL Trial Delphi Consensus Group.  Bypass versus angioplasty for severe limb ischaemia?  factors affecting treatment preferences of UK surgeons and interventional radiologists. Journal of Vascular Surgery 2004; 39: 1026-1032.

122. Claridge M., Hobbs S.D., Quick C.R., Day N.E., Bradbury A.W., Wilmink A.B.M.  ACE inhibitors increase type 111 collagen synthesis: a potential explanation for reduction in acute vascular events by ACE inhibitors. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2004; 28: 67-70.

123. Hobbs S.D., Claridge M.W.C., Drage M.W.D, Bradbury A.W., Wilmink A.B.W.  Strategies to improve the effectiveness of  abdominal aortic aneurysm screening.  Journal of Medical Screening 2004; 11: 93-96.

124. Sam R.C., MacKenzie R., Paisley A., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W.  The effect of superfical venous surgery on generic health-related quality of life. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2004; 28: 253-256.

125. Adam D.J., Haggart P.C., Ludlam C.A., Bradbury A.W.  Coagulopathy and  hyperfibrinolysis in ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysmj repair. Annals of Vascular Surgery 2004; 18:572-577.

126. MacKenzie R., Allan P.L., Ruckley C.V., Bradbury A.W. The effect of long saphenous vein stripping on deep venous reflux.  European Journal of Vascular Surgery 2004; 28: 104-107.

127. Barnett A.H., Bradbury A.W., Brittenden J., Crichton B., Donnelly R., Hommer-Vanniasinkam S., Mikhailidis D.P., Stansby G. The role of Cilostazol in the treatment of intermittent claudication. Current Medical Research and Opinion 2004; 20: 1661-1670.

128. Featherstone R.L., Brown M.M., Coward L.J., on behalf of the ICSS Investigators. International Carotid Stenting Study: Protocol for a randomized clinical trial comparing carotid stenting with endarterectomy in symptomatic carotid artery stenosis. Cerebrovascular Diseases 2004; 18: 69-74.

129. Sam R.C., Silverman S., Bradbury A.W., QoL assessment and venous surgery. The Mercian Vascular & Endovascular Forum Winter 2005; 5: 9-10.

130. Hobbs S.D., Yapanis M., Burns P.J., Wilmink A.B., Bradbury A.W., Adam D.J. Perioperative myocardial injury in patients undergoing surgery for critical limb ischaemia. European Journal of Vascular Surgery 2005; 29: 301-330.

131. Hobbs S.D., Bradbury A.W., Adam D.J. Peri-operative myocardial injury in patients undergoing surgery for critical limb ischaemia. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2005; 30: 332-333 (Letter).

132. Sam R.C., Wong M., Adam D.J., Silverman S.H., Bradbury A.W. The association between raised coagulation factor levels and venous thrombo-embolism. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery; 30: 539-544.

133. Singhal R., Coghill J.E., Guy A., Bradbury A.W., Adam D.J., Scriven J.M. Serum lactate and base  deficit as predictors of mortality after ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm repair. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery; 30: 263-266. 

134. .  Cavanagh P.R., Lipsky B.A., Bradbury A.W., Botek G. Treatment for diabetic foot ulcers. The Lancet 2005; 366:1725-1735

135. Hobbs S.D., Fegan C., Adam D.J.,Marshall T., Bradbury A.W. The constitutive procoagulant and hypofibrinolytic state in patients with intermittent claudication due to infra-inguinal disease significantly improves with percutaneous transluminal balloon angioplasty. Journal of Vascular Surgery 2005; 43 (1): 40-

  

Articles in Press

 

1. Claridge M., Hobbs S.D., Quick C., Day N., Bradbury A.W., Wilmink A.B. Non- steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are associated with increased aortic stiffness.  Vascular Health and Risk 2005.

 

2. Hobbs S.D., Sam R.C., Bhatti A., Rehman A., Wilmink A B., Adam D.J., Bradbury A.W.  The low incidence of surgery for non-cardiac vascular disease in UK Asians may be explained by a low prevalence of disease. European Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery 2006 (In Press).

 

 

 

 

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