His primary scientific interests are in Heart failure, Heart disease, Pediatrics, Internal medicine and Epidemiology. Simon Stewart has included themes like Health care, Randomized controlled trial, Intensive care medicine, Myocardial infarction and Public health in his Heart failure study. The concepts of his Heart disease study are interwoven with issues in Surgery, Proportional hazards model and Cohort study.
The various areas that Simon Stewart examines in his Pediatrics study include Out of hospital, Quality of life, Atrial fibrillation and Comorbidity. His study looks at the relationship between Internal medicine and topics such as Cardiology, which overlap with Survival rate, Ethnic group and Reference values. His study in Epidemiology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Socioeconomic status, Incidence and Gerontology.
Heart failure, Internal medicine, Intensive care medicine, Cardiology and Heart disease are his primary areas of study. His research investigates the connection between Heart failure and topics such as Cohort that intersect with issues in Cohort study. His research on Internal medicine frequently links to adjacent areas such as Surgery.
His Intensive care medicine research incorporates themes from Public health, Epidemiology, Health care and Disease. His Cardiology research focuses on Myocardial infarction in particular. Heart disease is often connected to Odds ratio in his work.
His primary areas of study are Internal medicine, Heart failure, Cardiology, Disease and Atrial fibrillation. While the research belongs to areas of Heart failure, Simon Stewart spends his time largely on the problem of Intensive care medicine, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Health care and Medical emergency. Simon Stewart combines subjects such as Platelet and Diastole with his study of Cardiology.
His work carried out in the field of Disease brings together such families of science as Coronary artery disease, Randomized controlled trial, Public health and Environmental health. His Randomized controlled trial study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Psychological intervention, Quality-adjusted life year, Quality of life, Physical therapy and Pediatrics. Simon Stewart interconnects Pulmonary hypertension and Epidemiology in the investigation of issues within Cohort.
Simon Stewart focuses on Internal medicine, Heart failure, Disease, Cardiology and Atrial fibrillation. His Heart failure research incorporates elements of Randomized controlled trial, Disease management, Clinical trial and Emergency medicine. The study incorporates disciplines such as Psychological intervention, Physical therapy, Health care and Pediatrics in addition to Randomized controlled trial.
His work on Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction as part of general Cardiology research is frequently linked to Asymmetric dimethylarginine, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Atrial fibrillation research integrates issues from Adult population and Natural history. His work deals with themes such as Heart disease and Epidemiology, which intersect with Ventricular hypertrophy.
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A population-based study of the long-term risks associated with atrial fibrillation: 20-year follow-up of the Renfrew/Paisley study.
Simon Stewart;Carole L Hart;David J Hole;John J.V McMurray.
The American Journal of Medicine (2002)
Multidisciplinary strategies for the management of heart failure patients at high risk for admission: A systematic review of randomized trials
Finlay A. McAlister;Simon Stewart;Stefania Ferrua;John J.J.V. McMurray.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology (2004)
More ‘malignant’ than cancer? Five‐year survival following a first admission for heart failure
Simon Stewart;Kate MacIntyre;David J. Hole;Simon Capewell.
European Journal of Heart Failure (2001)
Epidemiology, aetiology, and prognosis of heart failure
John J McMurray;Simon Stewart.
Population prevalence, incidence, and predictors of atrial fibrillation in the Renfrew/Paisley study
S Stewart;C L Hart;D J Hole;J J V McMurray.
An epidemiological study of pulmonary arterial hypertension
A J Peacock;N F Murphy;J J V McMurray;L Caballero.
European Respiratory Journal (2007)
Evidence of Improving Prognosis in Heart Failure Trends in Case Fatality in 66 547 Patients Hospitalized Between 1986 and 1995
K. MacIntyre;S. Capewell;S. Stewart;J.W.T. Chalmers.
Effects of a multidisciplinary, home-based intervention on planned readmissions and survival among patients with chronic congestive heart failure: a randomised controlled study
Simon Stewart;John E Marley;John D Horowitz.
The Lancet (1999)
Telemonitoring or structured telephone support programmes for patients with chronic heart failure: systematic review and meta-analysis
Robyn A Clark;Sally C Inglis;Finlay A McAlister;John G F Cleland.
Structured telephone support or telemonitoring programs for patients with chronic heart failure
Sally C Inglis;Robyn A Clark;Finlay A McAlister;Jocasta Ball.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2010)
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