Publications

Publications

  1. “Simple Laparoscopic Gastropexy as Initial Treatment of Paraoesophageal Hernia.”
    AO Agwunobi, J Bancewicz and SEA Attwood. British Journal of Surgery 1998; 85:604-606.
  2. “Mechanisms of intestinal failure in Crohn’s disease.” AO Agwunobi, GL Carlson, ID Anderson, MH Irving, NA Scott. Diseases of the Colon and Rectum 2001;44:1834-1837.
  3. “Insulin resistance and substrate utilisation in human endotoxaemia.” AO Agwunobi, C Reid, P Maycock, RA Little, GL Carlson. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 2000;85(10):3770-3778.
  4. “Simple laparoscopic gastropexy as the initial treatment of paraoesophageal hiatal hernia” (abstract). AO Agwunobi, J Bancewicz. British Journal of Surgery 1996; 83:Supplement 1 p.13.
  5. “Chronic intestinal failure in Crohn’s disease is due to surgical complications and not due to uncomplicated elective resections.” AO Agwunobi, GL Carlson, ID Anderson, MH Irving and NA Scott. Colorectal Disease Supplement 1998; p6 (abstract no.23)
  6. “The pathogenesis of chronic intestinal failure in Crohn’s disease” (abstract). AO Agwunobi, GL Carlson, ID Anderson, MH Irving and NA Scott. In Proc. Nut. Soc. OCA Spring 2000; 59:137A.
  7. “Human endotoxaemia: a valid model for studying insulin resistance in sepsis” (abstract). GL Carlson, AO Agwunobi, C Reid et al. Clinical nutrition 1999;18 (suppl 1):9.
  8. “Substrate utilisation in human endotoxaemia” (abstract). AO Agwunobi, GL Carlson, C Reid, P Maycock & RA Little. In Proc Nut Soc (in press).
  9. “The metabolic response to endotoxin in man is augmented by glucose-insulin infusion” (abstract). AO Agwunobi, M Soop, C Childs, RG Cooper, P Maycock, RA Little, GL Carlson. Proc Nut Soc 2001;60 (suppl):85A.
  10. “Central temperature threshold changes involved in thermoregulation after lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-induced fever in adult men.” C Childs, AO Agwunobi, GL Carlson. Proc Nut Soc 2001;60 (suppl):105A.
  11. “The role of ERCP in management of retained bile duct stones after laparoscopic cholecystectomy.” Anwar S, Rahim R, Agwunobi A, Bancewicz J.NZ Med J 2004;117(1203):1102.

Book Chapter

“Abdominal fistulae” – AO Agwunobi, GL Carlson. In Integrated Basic Surgical Sciences. Eds. Toouli, Russell, Devitt and Ingham-Clark, pp 86-90, Arnold publishers, London, 1999.

Presentations

  1. “Weight loss surgery and infertility” – Invited speaker, GP workshop on infertility, Manchester, June 2011.
  2. “Metabolic surgery and surgical management of diabetes” – Presentation to local GPs and endocrinologists, organised by Spire Hospital, Macclesfield, June 2009.
  3. “Introduction to metabolic surgery” – Invited speaker to Allergan Consultant Advisory Board on Obesity, May 2009.
  4. “Management of Obesity” – Presented to the patient support group, The Alexandra Hospital, Cheadle, January 2009.
  5. “Management of obesity” – Presentation to local GPs (Stockport) November 2008, The Alexandra Hospital, Cheadle.
  6. “Day Case laparoscopic cholecystectomy” – experience in a district general hospital, accepted for poster presentation at EPHA meeting, Athens, June 2009.
  7. “Minimally Invasive Oesophagectomy”, Assoc of Upper GI Surgeons of Great Britain & Ireland Conference, September 2007, Cardiff.
  8. “Laparoscopic gastropexy as initial treatment of paraoesophageal hiatus hernia.” Mr AO Agwunobi and Mr J. Bancewicz. Presented at the meeting of the Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland, Glasgow, May 1996.
  9. “Why do patients with Crohn’s disease develop the short bowel syndrome?” AO Agwunobi, GL Carlson, ID Anderson, NA Scott and MH Irving. Presented to the Association of Coloproctology, North West chapter, January 1998.
  10. “Chronic intestinal failure in Crohn’s disease is due to surgical complications and not uncomplicated elective resections.” AO Agwunobi, GL Carlson, ID Anderson, NA Scott and MH Irving. Presented at the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland conference in Jersey, June 1998.
  11. “Chronic intestinal failure in Crohn’s disease is mainly due to surgical complications and not uncomplicated elective resections.” AO Agwunobi, GL Carlson, ID Anderson, NA Scott and MH Irving. Presented at the Research and Development conference, Hope Hospital, Salford, September 1998.
  12. “The pathogenesis of chronic intestinal failure in Crohn’s disease.” AO Agwunobi, GL Carlson, ID Anderson, NA Scott and MH Irving. Presented at the British Association of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (BAPEN) conference, Bournemouth, December 1998.
  13. “Human endotoxaemia: a valid model for studying insulin resistance in sepsis.” GL Carlson, AO Agwunobi, C Reid, P Maycock and RA Little. Presented at the European Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ESPEN) conference, Stockholm, Sweden, September 1999.
  14. “Home parenteral nutrition training – does a dexterity score relate to the suitability and the length of time required for a patient to become competent?” Presented at the European Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ESPEN) conference, Stockholm, Sweden, September 1999.
  15. “Substrate utilisation and insulin resistance in human endotoxaemia.” AO Agwunobi, GL Carlson, C Reid, P Maycock and RA Little. Presented at the British Association of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (BAPEN) conference, Bournemouth, December 1999.
  16. “Use or abuse? A single unit study of perioperative parenteral nutrition in a major nutrition centre”, presented at the British Association of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (BAPEN) Conference, Bournemouth, December 1999.
  17. “Metabolic consequences of endotoxaemia in man.” GL Carlson, AO Agwunobi, C Reid, P Maycock and RA Little. American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN) meeting, Tenessee, USA, January 2000.
  18. “Can the ‘responders’ to transarterial chemoembolisation for unresectable hepatocellular carcinoma be predicted?” AO Agwunobi, A Khan and DJ Sherlock. Presented at the Association of Upper GI Surgeons meeting, Newcastle, September 2000.
  19. “Can we predict the ‘responders’ to transarterial chemoembolisation for unresectable hepatocellular carcinoma?” AO Agwunobi, A Khan and DJ Sherlock. Presented at the British Association of Interventional Radiologists meeting, Newcastle, November 2000.
  20. “The metabolic response to endotoxin infusion in man is augmented by glucose-insulin infusion.” AO Agwunobi, M Soop, P Maycock, RG Cooper and GL Carlson. Presented at the British Association of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (BAPEN) conference, Harrogate, November 2000.
  21. “Euglycaemic hyperinsulinaemia augments the systemic inflammatory response to endotoxin in man.” M Soop, AO Agwunobi, P Maycock, RG Cooper and GL Carlson. Presented at the American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN) meeting, Chicago, 2001.