Dr Leisa Freeman     CARDIOLOGIST NORWICH


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PUBLICATIONS   - PAPERS

1.  Are progressive heart damage and coronary artery spasm associated with the hyperventilation syndrome?   FREEMAN LJ, Nixon  PGF.  British Medical Journal.   1985, 291:851 - 852

2.  Dynamic factors in angina pectoris. FREEMAN LJ, Nixon PGF.  American Heart Journal. 1985, 110(5):1087 - 1091

3.  Chest pain and the hyperventilation syndrome - some aetiological considerations.  FREEMAN LJ, Nixon PGF. Postgraduate Medical Journal.  1985,61:957-961

4.  Physiological responses to psychological challenge under hypnosis in patients considered to have the hyperventilation syndrome: implications for diagnosis and therapy.  FREEMAN LJ, Conway A, Nixon PGF. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. 1986,79(2):76-83 Heart rate response, emotional disturbance and hyperventilation.  FREEMAN LJ, Conway

A, Nixon PGF.  Journal of Psychosomatic Research. 1986,30(4):429-436

6.  Cardiovascular adaptation to exercise.  FREEMAN LJ.   Cardiology in Practice.  1986,4(1):13-16

7.   Sex and the post infarction patient.  FREEMAN LJ, King J.  Cardiology in Practice. 1986,4(6):6-8

8.  Psychological Stress and Silent Ischaemia.  FREEMAN LJ, Nixon PGF, Sallabank P, Reavely D. American Heart Journal.  1987:114(3);477-482

9.  Hyperventilation and angina pectoris.  FREEMAN LJ, Nixon PGF, Legg CR, Timmons BH.  Journal of the Royal College of Physicians. 1987;21(1)46-50

10. Time to rethink the clinical syndrome of angina pectoris? - implications from ambulatory ST monitoring.  FREEMAN LJ, Nixon PGF.  Quarterly Journal of Medicine. 1987,62(237):25-32

11.  The effect of Type A behaviour pattern on myocardial ischaemia during daily life.  FREEMAN LJ, Nixon PGF.  International Journal of Cardiology.  1987;17;145-154

12.  The role of the nurse counsellor in the management of patients with the hyperventilation syndrome.  Pinney S, FREEMAN LJ, Nixon PGF.  Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine.  1987;80:216-218

13.  Hyperventilation and cardiac rehabilitation.  Nixon PGF, Al-Abassi H, King J, FREEMAN LJ.  Holistic Medicine. 1986:1:5-13

14.  What is the meaning of angina pectoris today?  Nixon PGF, FREEMAN LJ.  American Heart Journal. 1987:114(6):1542-1546

15 Hyperventilation and Raynauds Disease.  Williams H, FREEMAN LJ, Nixon PGF.  Postgraduate Medical Journal.  

1987;63:377-379

16 Pain and the Heart. FREEMAN LJ, Nixon PGF.  Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine.  1988:81(2):100-102

17.  Trigger factors in the hyperventilation syndrome. Conway A, FREEMAN LJ, Nixon PGF.  American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis. 1988:30(2)269-71

18.  Not just a simple ventricular septal defect. Bower M, Day N, FREEMAN LJ.  Cardiology in Practice. 1989:7(4);20-22

19.  The role of hyperventilation in cardiological practice.  FREEMAN LJ.  Cardiology in Practice.   1989;7(9);20-25

20. The automatic implantable cardioverter/defibrillator for a life threatening arrhythmia in a case of post partum cardiomyopathy.                Bower M, FREEMAN LJ, Rickards AF, Rowland E.   Postgraduate Medical Journal . 1989,65, 235-239