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Woodhouse, Lisa J. and Scutt, Polly and Hamdy, Shaheen and Smithard, D.G. and Cohen, David L. and Roffe, Christine and Bereczki, Daniel and Berge, Eivind and Bladin, Christopher F. and Caso, Valeria and Christensen, Hanne and Collins, Ronan and Czlonkowska, Anna and de Silva, Asita and Etribi, Anwar and Laska, Ann Charlotte and Ntaios, George and Ozturk, Serefnur and Phillips, Stephen J. and Prasad, Kameshwar and Szatmari, Szabolcs and Sprigg, Nikola and Bath, Philip M.W. (2017) Route of feeding as a proxy for dysphagia after stroke and the effect of transdermal glyceryl trinitrate: data from the efficacy of nitric oxide in stroke randomised controlled trial. Translational Stroke Research . ISSN 1868-601X

Dziewas, Rainer and Mistry, Satish and Hamdy, Shaheen and Minnerup, Jens and Van Der Tweel, Ingeborg and Schäbitz, Wolf and Bath, Philip M. (2017) Design and implementation of Pharyngeal electrical Stimulation for early de-cannulation in TRACheotomized (PHAST-TRAC) stroke patients with neurogenic dysphagia: a prospective randomized single-blinded interventional study. International Journal of Stroke, 12 (4). pp. 430-437. ISSN 1747-4930

Bath, Philip M.W. and Scutt, Polly and Love, Jo and Clavé, Pere and Cohen, David and Dziewas, Rainer and Iversen, Helle K. and Ledl, Christian and Ragab, Suzanne and Soda, Hassan and Warusevitane, Anushka and Woisard, Virginie and Hamdy, Shaheen (2016) Pharyngeal electrical stimulation for treatment of dysphagia in subacute stroke. Stroke, 47 (6). pp. 1562-1570. ISSN 0039-2499

Scutt, Polly and Lee, Han S. and Hamdy, Shaheen and Bath, Philip M.W. (2015) Pharyngeal electrical stimulation for treatment of poststroke dysphagia: individual patient data meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. Stroke Research and Treatment, 2015 . 429053/1-429053/8. ISSN 2042-0056

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