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Sudden cardiac death in end-stage renal disease patients: A 5-year prospective analysisWang, AYM; Lam, CWK; Chan, IHS; Wang, M; Lui, SF; Sanderson, JE2010105
 
Prognostic value of plasma Myeloperoxidase in ESRD patientsWang, AYM; Lam, CWK; Chan, IHS; Wang, M; Lui, SF; Sanderson, JE201067
 
Handgrip strength, but not other nutrition parameters, predicts circulatory congestion in peritoneal dialysis patientsWang, AYM; Sanderson, JE; Sea, MMM; Wang, M; Lam, CWK; Chan, IHS; Lui, SF; Woo, J201080
 
Reply to C Fourtounas and JG VlachojannisWang, AYM; Sanderson, JE; Wang, M; Lui, SF; Sea, MMM; Woo, J; Lam, CWK; Chan, IHS200955
 
Diagnostic potential of serum biomarkers for left ventricular abnormalities in chronic peritoneal dialysis patientsWang, AYM; Lam, CWK; Wang, M; Chan, IHS; Lui, SF; Zhang, Y; Sanderson, JE2009141
 
Long-term mortality and cardiovascular risk stratification of peritoneal dialysis patients using a combination of inflammation and calcification markersWang, AYM; Lam, CWK; Chan, IHS; Wang, M; Lui, SF; Sanderson, JE200960
 
Is valvular calcification a part of the missing link between residual kidney function and cardiac hypertrophy in peritoneal dialysis patients?Wang, AYM; Lam, CWK; Wang, M; Chan, IHS; Lui, SF; Sanderson, JE200987
 
Increased circulating inflammatory proteins predict a worse prognosis with valvular calcification in end-stage renal disease: A prospective cohort studyWang, AYM; Lam, CWK; Wang, M; Chan, IHS; Yu, CM; Lui, SF; Sanderson, JE2008142
 
Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D status and cardiovascular outcomes in chronic peritoneal dialysis patients: A 3-y prospective cohort studyWang, AYM; Lam, CWK; Sanderson, JE; Wang, M; Chan, IHS; Lui, SF; Sea, MMM; Woo, J200896
 
Use of cardiac biomarkers in end-stage renal diseaseWang, AYM; Lai, KN2008102
 
Left ventricular filling pressure by doppler echocardiography in patients with end-stage renal diseaseWang, AYM; Wang, M; Lam, CWK; Chan, IHS; Zhang, Y; Sanderson, JE2008105
 
N-terminal pro-brain natriuretic peptide: An independent risk predictor of cardiovascular congestion, mortality, and adverse cardiovascular outcomes in chronic peritoneal dialysis patientsWang, AYM; Lam, CWK; Yu, CM; Wang, M; Chan, IHS; Zhang, Y; Lui, SF; Sanderson, JE200790
 
Prognostic value of cardiac troponin T is independent of inflammation, residual renal function, and cardiac hypertrophy and dysfunction in peritoneal dialysis patientsWang, AYM; Lam, CWK; Wang, M; Chan, IHS; Goggins, WB; Yu, CM; Lui, SF; Sanderson, JE200777
 
Delaying initiation of dialysis till symptomatic uraemia - Is it too late?Tang, SCW; Ho, YW; Tang, AWC; Cheng, YY; Chiu, FH; Lo, WK; Lai, KN; Wang, AYM; Lui, SL; Leung, JCK; Chan, LYY; Tang, CSO; Lam, MF; Tse, KC; Yip, TPS; Lee, LLY; Poon, J; Leung, H; Chan, TM; Cheng, AYY; Lam, WO; Leung, SS; Ho, YW200793
 
Risk and outcome of peritonitis after flexible colonoscopy in CAPD patientYip, T; Tse, KC; Lam, MF; Cheng, SW; Lui, SL; Tang, SCW; Li, FK; Wang, AYM; Choy, CBY; Ng, MMT; Chan, DTM; Lai, KN; Lo, WK2006157
 
Troponin T, left ventricular mass, and function are excellent predictors of cardiovascular congestion in peritoneal dialysisWang, AYM; Lam, CWK; Yu, CM; Wang, M; Chan, IHS; Lui, SF; Sanderson, JE200669
 
What is the optimal timing of dialysis initiation?Tang, SCW; Ho, YW; Tang, AW; Yip, T; Tse, KC; Wang, AYM; Lo, WK; Chan, DTM; Lai, KN; Lui, SL200693
 
The importance of residual renal function in dialysis patientsWang, AYM; Lai, KN200688
 
Circulating soluble vascular cell adhesion molecule 1: Relationships with residual renal function, cardiac hypertrophy, and outcome of peritoneal dialysis patientsWang, AYM; Lam, CWK; Wang, M; Woo, J; Chan, IHS; Lui, SF; Sanderson, JE; Li, PKT200564
 
Cardiac valvular calcification as a marker of atherosclerosis and arterial calcification in end-stage renal diseaseWang, AYM; Ho, SSY; Wang, M; Liu, EKH; Ho, S; Li, PKT; Lui, SF; Sanderson, JE200562
 
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