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Dr Diana R Holdright

Consultant Cardiologist

Dr Diana Holdright

Dr Holdright - Publications, Teaching and Research

Dr. Holdright has published extensively; she has over 100 peer-reviewed articles, invited articles and abstracts in print. She has also contributed chapters and had books published, both individually and in collaboration with others. Key titles include:

  • Ludman A, Yellon D, Hasleton J, Ariti C, Babu GG, Boston-Griffiths E, Venugopal V, Walker M, Holdright DR, Swanton H, Crake T, Brull D, Moon J, Puranik R, Mutharangu V, Taylor A, Hausenloy J
    Effect of erythropoietin as an adjunct to primary percutaneous coronary intervention: a randomised controlled clinical trial
    Heart 2011;97:1560-1565 doi:10.1136/hrt.2011.223867
  • Rugg-Gunn FJ and Holdright DR.
    Epilepsy and the heart.
    BJC 2010 17 223-9
  • Gray MA, Taggart P, Sutton PM, Groves D, Holdright DR, Bradbury D, Brull D, Critchley HD.
    A cortical potential reflecting cardiac function.
    PNAS published April 9 2007.10.1073/pnas.0609509104
  • Critchley HD, Taggart P, Sutton PM, Holdright DR, Batchvarov V, Hnatkova K, Malik M, Dolan RJ.
    Mental stress and sudden cardiac death: asymmetric midbrain activity as a linking mechanism.
    Brain 2005;128:75-85
  • Rugg-Gunn FJ, Simister RJ, Squirrell M, Holdright DR, Duncan JS.
    Cardiac arrhythmias in focal epilepsy: a prospective long-term study.
    Lancet 2004;364:2212-2219.
  • Beck ER, Souhami RL, Hanna MG, Holdright DR.
    Tutorials in Differential Diagnosis
    Churchill Livingstone (revised 2003)
  • Brull D & Holdright DR.
    Cerebrovascular disease and the cardiac patient.
    In: Specialist Training in Cardiology, edited by Henry J Purcell & Paul R Kalra Elsevier Mosby, 2005

Dr. Holdright was previously the Educational Supervisor in Cardiology to UCLH. She lectured, examined and worked with a wide range of clinicians across all specialties, both at undergraduate and postgraduate level.  Recent research interests include the assessment of risk of sudden death in epilepsy, and methods to limit ischaemia-reperfusion injury at the time of angioplasty for acute myocardial infarction.

Dr Holdright - Publications, Teaching and Research