Surg Cdr Paul Rees

Surg Cdr Paul Rees
Reader in Cardiology and Resuscitation Medicine

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Research Overview from research@st-andrews

Based in Dundee Heart Centre, a large regional cardiovascular facility.  Here I form part of a team of 10 cardiologists, and contribute to a busy Heart Attack Centre rota.  I have a particular interest in complex and high-risk angioplasty cases, and in the management of patients after cardiac arrest.

I am the lead for resuscitation for both the Heart Centre and the Defence Resuscitation Committees, and was recently appointed as Defence Reader in Military Medicine in the Academic Department of Military Medicine.  I have a number of active research projects open, with a major interest in endovascular resuscitation and mechanical circulatory support.

Special interests:

Complex and high-risk angioplasty, rotational atherectomy & intracoronary imaging

Primary PCI, acute coronary syndromes and cardiogenic shock

Prehospital critical care, retrieval and post-resuscitation cardiac care networks

I provide cardiology and medicine advice to a wide range of referring Defence Medical Services units, including deployed formed units and the UK’s permanent joint operating bases overseas, as well as UK-based military organisations.

Recent publications listed in research@st-andrews
25 (of 28 published available) for pr64 (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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An observational study of clinical outcomes of everolimus-eluting bioresorbable scaffolds comparing the procedural use of optical coherence tomography against angiography alone Stephen Hamshere, Alex Byrne, Oliver Guttmann, Paul Rees, Christos Weerakody, Andrew Wragg, Charles Knight, Anthony Mathur, Daniel A. Jones
Coronary Artery Disease 2018 vol.29 pp.482-488
Enhanced case management can be delivered for patients with EVD in Africa S.J. Dickson, K.A. Clay, M. Adam, C. Ardley, M.S. Bailey, D.S. Burns, A.T. Cox, D.G. Craig, M. Espina, G. Fitchett, J. Grindrod, D.E. Hinsley, S. Horne, E. Hutley, A. M. Johnston, R.L.C. Kao, L.E. Lamb, S. Lewis, D. Marion, A.J. Moore, T.C. Nicholson-Roberts, A. Phillips, J. Praugh, Paul Rees, I. Schoonbaert, T. Trinick, D.R. Wilson, A. J. Simpson, D. Wang, M.K. O'Shea, T.E. Fletcher
Journal of Infection 2018 vol.76 pp.383-392
Military application of mechanical CPR devices Iain T. Parsons, A. T. Cox, Paul Rees
Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps 2018 vol.164 pp.438-441
REBOA at Role 2 Afloat Paul Rees, B. Walker, A. M. Buckley, C. Doran, S. Bland, T. Scott, J. Matthews
Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps 2018 vol.164 pp.72-76
Trauma Hemostasis and Oxygenation Research Network position paper on the role of hypotensive resuscitation as part of remote damage control resuscitation Thomas Woolley, Patrick Thompson, Emrys Kirkman, Richard Reed, Sylvain Ausset, Andrew Beckett, Christopher Bjerkvig, Andrew Cap, Tim Coats, Mitchell Cohen, Marc Despasquale, Warren Dorlac, Heidi Doughty, Richard Dutton, Brian Eastridge, Elon Glassberg, Anthony Hudson, Donald Jenkins, Sean Keenan, Christophe Martinaud, Ethan Miles, Ernest Moore, Giles Nordmann, Nicolas Prat, Joseph Rappold, Michael C. Reade, Paul Rees, Rory Rickard, Martin Schreiber, Stacy Shackelford, HÃ¥kon Skogran Eliassen, Jason Smith, Mike Smith, Philip Spinella, Geir Strandenes, Kevin Ward, Sarah Watts, Nathan White, Steve Williams
The Journal of Trauma Acute Care Surgery 2018 vol.84 pp.S3-S13
Shocking the system Paul Rees
Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps  vol.164 pp.297-301
The athletic ECG Adrian Proffitt, Paul Rees
Journal of the Royal Naval Medical Service 2016 vol.102 pp.50-55
Acute chest pain in contingency operations at a Role 1 facility Steven Barker, S White, K Bailey, Paul Rees
Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps 2015 vol.161 pp.187-91
Bacterial co-infection is rare in patients with Ebola virus disease in a military Ebola virus disease treatment unit in Sierra Leone Lucy Lamb, Jack Robson, Christian Ardley, Mark Bailey, Stuart Dickson, Tom Fletcher, David Hinsley, Emma Hutley, Timothy Nicholson-Roberts, Paul Rees
Journal of Infection 2015 vol.71 pp.406-7
Balloon-assisted tracking during primary percutaneous coronary intervention Antonios N Pavlidis, Grigoris V Karamasis, Paul Rees
Acute cardiac care 2015 vol.17 pp.26-8
Coronary artery disease in the military patient Iain Parsons, S White, R Gill, H H Gray, Paul Rees
Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps 2015 vol.161 pp.211-22
Ebola virus disease managed with blood product replacement and point of care tests in Sierra Leone T Nicholson-Roberts, T Fletcher, Paul Rees, S Dickson, D Hinsley, M Bailey, L Lamb, C Ardley
QJM: An International Journal of Medicine 2015 vol.108 pp.571-2
Operational. Op GRITROCK Paul Rees, C Ardley, M Bailey, S Dickson, T Fletcher, D Hinsley, L Lamb, T Nicholson-Roberts
Journal of the Royal Naval Medical Service 2014 vol.100 pp.228-230
Conducting clinical research in the deployed intensive care unit S D Hutchings, G Howarth, Paul Rees, M Midwinter
Journal of the Royal Naval Medical Service 2013 vol.99 pp.151-3
The mitochondrial permeability transition pore as a target for cardioprotection in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy Paul Rees, S M Davidson, S E Harding, C McGregor, P M Elliot, D M Yellon, D J Hausenloy
Cardiovascular drugs and therapy / sponsored by the International Society of Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy 2013 vol.27 pp.235-7
Trauma Resuscitation Using Echocardiography in a Deployed Military Intensive Care Unit Sam D Hutchings, Paul Rees
Journal of the Intensive Care Society 2013 vol.14 pp.120-125