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1. Hsia J, Oberman A, Limacher M, Howard BV, Lawson WE for the WHI Investigators. Physical activity and diabetes risk in postmenopausal women. Am J of Preventive Medicine 2005;28:19-25.
2. Michaels AD, Barsness G, Soran O, Kelsey SF, Kennard ED, Hui JCK, Lawson WE for the International EECP Patient Registry Investigators. Frequency and efficacy of repeat enhanced external counterpulsation for stable angina pectoris (from the International EECP Patient Registry). Am J Card 2005;95:394-397.
3. Wu GF, Du ZM, Hu CH, Zheng ZS, Zhan CY, Ma H, Fang DQ, Hui JCK, Lawson WE. Microvessel angiogenesis: a possible cardioprotective mechanism of enhanced external counterpulsation for canine myocardial infarction. Chin Med J 2005;118:1182-9.
4. Lawson WE, Hui JCK, Kennard E, Barsness G, Kelsey SF for the IEPR Investigators. Predictors of benefit in angina patients one year after completing enhanced external counterpulsation: initial responders to treatment versus non-responders. Cardiology 2005;103:201-6.
5. Gomes C, Lawson WE, Santora C, Viccellio A. Faster time to PTCA; Improving safety, communication, and satisfaction. Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare 2005;July/August:38-41.
6. Wu G, Du Z, Hu C, Liu L, Zheng Z, Zhan C, Ma H, Fang D, Ahmed KT, Laham RJ, Li J, Hui JCK, Lawson WE. Angiogenic effects of long-term enhanced external counterpulsation in a dog model of myocardial infarction. Am J Physiology 2006;290:H248-254.
7. Vasu S, Kelly P, Lawson W. Does correction of anemia improve outcomes in heart failure? Clinical Cardiology 2005;28:454-458.
8. Lawson WE, Hui JCK, Kennard ED, Kelsey, Soran, Michaels A. Two-year outcomes of patients with mild refractory angina treated with enhanced external counterpulsation. Clinical Cardiology 2006;29:69-73.
9. Stys A, Lawson WE. Extreme coronary artery guide catheter support. Catheterization & Cardiovascular Interventions (accepted, publication pending).
10. Kelly P, Feiner J, Vasu S, Caso G, McNurlan M, Gelato M, Albergo F, Lawson W. Benefits of Coenzyme Q10 in HMG CoA Reductase Inhibitor (statin) treated patients. (submitted Am J Cardiology).
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