The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Internal medicine, Cardiology, Exercise physiology, Physical therapy and Endothelium. As a part of the same scientific study, Daniel J. Green usually deals with the Internal medicine, concentrating on Surgery and frequently concerns with Flow mediated dilation. His work carried out in the field of Cardiology brings together such families of science as Brachial artery and Forearm.
His Brachial artery study incorporates themes from Coronary artery disease, Vascular disease and Shear stress. Daniel J. Green usually deals with Physical therapy and limits it to topics linked to Vascular function and Cardiac function curve, Troponin, Prolonged exercise, Acute depression and Strenuous exercise. His Endothelium research incorporates themes from Diabetes mellitus, Vascular resistance, Disease and Deconditioning.
His primary areas of study are Internal medicine, Cardiology, Brachial artery, Physical therapy and Surgery. His study ties his expertise on Endocrinology together with the subject of Internal medicine. His Cardiology research includes themes of Physical exercise, Flow mediated dilation and Forearm.
His study in Brachial artery is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Dilator, Cuff, Shear stress, Anatomy and Heart rate. His studies in Physical therapy integrate themes in fields like Randomized controlled trial and Heart failure. Daniel J. Green regularly ties together related areas like Endothelial dysfunction in his Endothelium studies.
Daniel J. Green mostly deals with Internal medicine, Cardiology, Blood pressure, Brachial artery and Blood flow. His Endocrinology research extends to the thematically linked field of Internal medicine. His work on Artery, Vascular function and Cerebral blood flow as part of general Cardiology research is frequently linked to In patient, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Artery study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Endothelium and Asymptomatic. Hypoxia is closely connected to Effects of high altitude on humans in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Brachial artery. His work deals with themes such as Cerebral arteries, Anatomy, Forearm, Stimulation and Femoral artery, which intersect with Blood flow.
His primary scientific interests are in Internal medicine, Cardiology, Brachial artery, Blood pressure and Blood flow. His study in Artery, Heart rate, Vascular function, Cerebral blood flow and Flow mediated dilation is carried out as part of his Internal medicine studies. His Artery research incorporates elements of Vascular Medicine, Asymptomatic, Myocardial infarction, Endothelium and Vasodilation.
His Cardiology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Physical therapy, Dementia and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sympathetic nervous activity, Disease, Animal studies and Effects of high altitude on humans in addition to Brachial artery. His Blood pressure study combines topics in areas such as Exercise physiology, Diabetes mellitus, Inflammation, Overweight and Hemodynamics.
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Assessment of flow-mediated dilation in humans: a methodological and physiological guideline
Dick H.J. Thijssen;Dick H.J. Thijssen;Mark A. Black;Mark A. Black;Kyra E Pyke;Jaume Padilla.
American Journal of Physiology-heart and Circulatory Physiology (2011)
Simvastatin, an HMG–Coenzyme A Reductase Inhibitor, Improves Endothelial Function Within 1 Month
Gerard O'Driscoll;Danny Green;Roger R. Taylor.
Effect of exercise training on endothelium‐derived nitric oxide function in humans
Daniel J. Green;Andrew Maiorana;Gerry O'Driscoll;Roger Taylor.
The Journal of Physiology (2004)
The effect of combined aerobic and resistance exercise training on vascular function in type 2 diabetes.
Andrew Maiorana;Gerard O’Driscoll;Craig Cheetham;Lawrence Dembo.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology (2001)
Improved analysis of brachial artery ultrasound using a novel edge-detection software system.
R.J. Woodman;D.A. Playford;Gerald Watts;C. Cheetham.
Journal of Applied Physiology (2001)
Combined aerobic and resistance exercise improves glycemic control and fitness in type 2 diabetes
Andrew Maiorana;Gerard O'Driscoll;Gerard O'Driscoll;Gerard O'Driscoll;Carmel Goodman;Roger Taylor.
Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice (2002)
Exercise and the Nitric Oxide Vasodilator System
Andrew Maiorana;Andrew Maiorana;Gerard O’Driscoll;Roger Taylor;Roger Taylor;Daniel Green;Daniel Green.
Sports Medicine (2003)
Exercise training normalizes vascular dysfunction and improves central adiposity in obese adolescents
Katie Watts;Petra Beye;Aris Siafarikas;Elizabeth A. Davis.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology (2004)
Flow-Mediated Dilation and Cardiovascular Event Prediction: Does Nitric Oxide Matter?
Daniel J. Green;Helen Jones;Dick Thijssen;Dick Thijssen;N.T. Cable.
Exercise protects the cardiovascular system: effects beyond traditional risk factors.
Michael J. Joyner;Daniel J. Green;Daniel J. Green.
The Journal of Physiology (2009)
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