Paul Cullinan

Paul Cullinan

Department Of Occupational And Environmental Medicine, Imperial College Of Science And Technology 
(National Heart And Lung Institute), 1b Manresa Road, London Sw3 6lr, U.k. ...

Direct Impact

Concepts for which Paul Cullinan has direct influence:

occupational asthma
sickness absence
lung function
cystic fibrosis
ambulatory oxygen
allergen exposure
gait speed

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Paul Cullinan has influence:

occupational asthma
respiratory symptoms
air pollution
stable copd
idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
2 diabetes
sickness absence

Prominent publications by Paul Cullinan

KOL-Index: 102 Asthma is a heterogeneous, complex disease with clinical phenotypes that incorporate persistent symptoms and acute exacerbations. It affects many millions of Europeans throughout their education and working lives and puts a heavy cost on European productivity. There is a wide spectrum of disease severity and control. Therapeutic advances have been slow despite greater understanding of basic ...
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European Asthma | Unmet Understanding | Ordinated
KOL-Index: 69
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Redefining Airways
KOL-Index: 61 Occupational exposure is an important, global cause of respiratory disease. Unlike many other non-communicable lung diseases, the proximal causes of many occupational lung diseases are well understood and they should be amenable to control with use of established and effective approaches. Therefore, the risks arising from exposure to silica and asbestos are well known, as are the means of ...
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Exposures Effective
KOL-Index: 55 Occupational lung diseases are an important public health issue and are avoidable through preventive interventions in the workplace. Up-to-date knowledge about changes in exposure to occupational hazards as a result of technological and industrial developments is essential to the design and implementation of efficient and effective workplace preventive measures. New occupational agents with ...
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Interventions Workplace | Challenges Occupational
KOL-Index: 49 Background Acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (AECOPD) are associated with significant morbidity, mortality, and high resource utilisation. More accurate prediction of prognosis following hospital discharge may help optimise clinical management and individualise post-discharge care. Physical performance is potentially amenable to treatment and may help stratify ...
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Quartiles 4mgs | Odds Decreasing | Discharge Physical | Year Increased
KOL-Index: 48 BACKGROUND: Occupational asthma is the most frequently reported work related respiratory disease in many countries. This work was commissioned by the British Occupational Health Research Foundation to assist the Health and Safety Executive in achieving its target of reducing the incidence of occupational asthma in Great Britain by 30% by 2010. AIM: The guidelines aim to improve the ...
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Management Workers | Aim Guidelines | Symptoms Occupational | Recommendations Graded
KOL-Index: 47 The incremental shuttle walk (ISW) is well validated in COPD but limited psychometric data restrict its use in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF). Study 1: 50 patients performed the ISW and 6 min walk test (6MWT). Study 2: 72 patients completed the ISW before and after pulmonary rehabilitation (PR). The ISW correlated strongly with 6MWT distance (r=0.81,p<0.0001). Mean (95% confidence ...
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Isw Walk | Trial Registration Number | Pulmonary Rehabilitation | Anchor-Based Mcid Estimate
KOL-Index: 46 RATIONALE: Asthma is heterogeneous and knowledge on exacerbation patterns is lacking. Previous studies have had a relatively short follow-up or focused on severe disease. OBJECTIVES: To describe exacerbation patterns over a prolonged follow-up in a population that includes patients of all disease severity. METHODS: We used electronic health care records to identify patients with asthma aged ...
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Exacerbator Phenotype | Year Exacerbations | Increased Future
KOL-Index: 45 Background The Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Registry collects clinical data on all patients attending specialist CF centres in the UK. These data have been used to make comparisons between centres on key outcomes such as forced expiratory volume in 1 second (FEV 1 ) using simple rankings, which promote the assumption that those with the highest measures provide ‘better’ care. Objectives To explore ...
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Centres Mix

Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Imperial College of Science and Technology 
(National Heart and Lung Institute), 1b Manresa Road, London SW3 6LR, U.K. 
*Department of Dermatology, University Hospital, Queen's Medical Centre, No

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