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Biography


Prof. Jeffrey K. Raines

Retired Faculty, Department of Surgery

University of Miami, USA


E-mail: Ramji@cardiff.ac.uk


Qualifications


1972 PhD Degree, Harvard Medical School / MIT, NIH Training Fellowship

1967 MME (Mechanical Engineering / Fluid Mechanics), University of Florida

1965 BSME (Mechanical Engineering / Pre-Medicine), Clemson University


Publications (Selected)

  1. Darling, RC, Raines, J, Brener, BJ, and Austen, WG:  Quantitative Segmental Pulse Volume Recorder:  A Clinical Tool, Surgery, 72:874-887, 1972.
  2. Raines, J, Darling, RC, and Jaffrin, MY: Detection and Simulation of Peripheral Occlusive Disease. Proceedings of the Biomedical Engineering Society, 2: 2-4, 1973.
  3. Brener, BJ, Raines, J, and Darling, RC: Intraoperative Autotransfusion in Abdominal Aortic Resections. Archives of Surgery, 107:78-84, 1973.
  4. Brener, BJ, Raines, J, Chesney, C.M, Colman, RW, and Darling, RC: Intraoperative Autotransfusion. Surgical Forum, 24:255-257, 1973.
  5. Raines, J, Jaffrin, MY, and Rao, S: A Noninvasive Pressure Pulse Recorder: Development and Rationale. Medical Instrumentation, 7:245-250, 1973.
  6. Ryan, J, Mathieu, A, Raines, J, and Dalton, B: Arterial Dynamics of Radial Artery Cannulation. Anesthesia and Analgesia, 52:1017-1025, 1973.
  7. Brener, BJ, Raines, J, and Darling, RC: The End-to-End Anastomosis of Blood Vessels of Different Diameters. Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 138:249-250, 1974.
  8. Darling, RC, Raines, J, and Abbott, WM: Intermittent Claudication in Young Athletes: Popliteal Entrapment Syndrome. Journal of Trauma, 14:543-552, 1974.
  9. Brener, BJ, Raines, J, Darling, RC, and  Austen, WG:  Measurement of Systolic Femoral Arterial Pressure During Reactive Hyperemia: An Estimate of Aortoiliac Disease. Circulation, 45:259-267, 1974..
  10. Raines, J, and Harris, W: Design of an Intermittent Mechanical Compression System for the Reduction of Deep Venous Thrombosis. Medical Instrumentation, 8:140, 1974.
  11. Raines, J, and Darling, RC: An Intraoperative Autotransfusion System for Massive Hemorrhage. Medical Instrumentation, 8:162, 1974.
  12. Retana, A, Darling, RC, Raines, J, and Buckley, CJ:  Equipo Y Fisiologio de Los Procedimientos en un Laboratorio Clinico Vascular Periferico. Acto Medica Costarricense, 17:89-101, 1974.
  13. Buth, J, Raines, J, Kolodny, GM, and Darling, RC: The Effect of Intraoperative Autotransfusion in Red Cell Mass and Red Cell Survival. Surgical Forum, 26:276-278, 1975.
  14. Buckley, CJ, Raines, J, and Darling, RC: Instrumentation and Examination Procedures for a Clinical Vascular Laboratory. Medical Instrumentation, 9:181-185, 1975.
  15. Raines, J, Darling, RC, Buth, J, Brewster, DC, and Austen, WG: Vascular Laboratory Criteria for the Management of Peripheral Vascular Disease of the Lower Extremities. Surgery, 79:21-29, 1976.
  16. Bergan, JJ, Darling, RC, DeWolfe, VG, Raines, J, Strandness, DE, and Yao, JST:  Report of the Inter-Society Commission for Heart Disease Resources – Medical Instrumentation in Peripheral Vascular Disease. Circulation, 54:A1-A9, 1976.
  17. O’Donnell, TF, Kalisher, L, Raines, J, and Darling, RC:  Assessment of Lymphedema by Xeroradiography. Physiologist,19:314, 1976.
  18. Raines, J, Buth, J, Brewster, DC, and Darling, RC:  Intraoperative Autotransfusion: Equipment, Protocols, and Guidelines. Journal of Trauma, 16:616-623, 1976.
  19. Darling, RC, and Raines, J:  Book Review – Hemodynamics for Surgeons, New England Journal of Medicine, 295:1021, 1976.
  20. Raines, J, O’Donnell, TF, Kalisher, L, and Darling, RC:  Selection of Patients with Lymphedema for Compression Therapy. American Journal of Surgery, 133:430-437, 1977.
  21. Brewster, DC, Darling, RC, Raines, J, Samo, K, O’Donnell, TF, Ezpeleta, M, and Athanasoulis, C: Assessment of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Size. Circulation (Supp II), 56: 164-169, 1977.
  22. O’Donnell, TF, Raines, J, and Darling, RC:  Intraoperative Monitoring Using the Pulse Volume Recorder. Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 145:252, 1977.
  23. Brewster, DC, Schlaen, HH, Raines, J, Abbott, WM, and Darling, RC: Rational Management of the Asymptomatic Carotid Bruit. Archives of Surgery, 113:927-930, 1978.
  24. Brewster, DC, Abbott, WM, Darling, RC, Reidy, NC, and Raines, J: Noninvasive Evaluation of Asymptomatic Carotid Bruits. Circulation (Supp 1), 58:15-19, 1978.
  25. Raines, J, Schlaen, H, Brewster, DC, Abbott, WM, and Darling, RC: Experience with a Noninvasive Evaluation for Cerebral Vascular Disease. Angiology, 30:600-609, 1979.
  26. Raines, J, and Larsen, PB: Practical Guidelines for Establishing a Clinical Vascular Laboratory. Cardiovascular Diseases, 6:93-123, 1979.
  27. Raines, J, and Traad, E:  Noninvasive Evaluation of Peripheral Vascular Disease. Medical Clinics of North America, 64:283-304, 1980.
  28. Hashway, T and Raines, J:  Real-Time Ultrasonic Imaging of the Peripheral Arteries: Technique, Normal Anatomy, and Pathology. Cardiovascular Disease, 7:257-264, 1980.
  29. Beta-Blocker Heart Attack Study Group: The Beta-Blocker Heart Attack Trial: Design Features. Controlled Clinical Trials, 2:275- 285, 1981. (Raines, J = BHAT PI)
  30. Beta-Blocker Heart Attack Study Group: The Beta Blocker Heart Attack Trial. JAMA, 246:2073-2074, 1981.
  31. Beta-Blocker Heart Attack Study Group, Howard, JM, and DeMets, D:  How Informed is Informed Consent? Controlled Clinical Trials, 2:287-303, 1981.
  32. Beta-Blocker Heart Attack Study Group: A Randomized Trial of Propranolol in Patients with Acute Myocardial Infraction:  I. Mortality Results. JAMA, 247:1707-1714, 1982.
  33. Beta-Blocker Heart Attack Study Group: A Randomized Trial of Propranolol in Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction:  II. Morbidity Results. JAMA, 250:2814-2819, 1983.
  34. Beta-Blocker Heart Attack Study Group, Goldstein, S:  Propranolol Therapy in Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction: The Beta-Blocker Heart Attack Trial. Circulation(Supp l), 67:153-157, 1983.
  35. Beta-Blocker Heart Attack Study Group, Lichstein, E, Morganroth, J, Harrist, R,and  Hubbie, E: Effect of Propranolol on Ventricular Arrhythmia:  The Beta-Blocker Heart Attack Experience. Circulation (Supp l), 67:15-110, 1983.
  36. Beta-Blocker Heart Attack Study Group, Hawkins, CM, Richardson, DW, and Vokonas, PS: Effect of Propranolol in Reducing Mortality in Older Myocardial Infraction Patients: The Beta Blocker Heart Attack Trial Experience. Circulation (Supp l), 67:194-197, 1983.
  37. Beta-Blocker Heart Attack Study Group, Furberg, CD, and  Byington, RP:  What do Subgroup Analyses Reveal About Differential Response to Beta-Blocker Therapy? Circulation(Supp l), 67:198-1101, 1983.
  38. Cullen, SJ, Correa, MC, Calderon, M, Walburn, FJ, and Raines, J:  Clinical Sequelae in Patients with Asymptomatic Carotid Bruits. Circulation (Supp ll), 68:1183-1187, 1983.
  39. Cullen, SJ, Correa, MC, Shandloff, PT, Walburn, FJ, and Raines, J:  Prevalence of Uncompensated Asymptomatic Carotid Disease. Vascular Laboratory Review, 1:41-44, 1983.
  40. Correa, MC, Cullen, SJ, and Raines, J: The Vascular Laboratory at Miami Heart Institute. Vascular Laboratory Review, 1:50-52, 1983.
  41. Raines, J: Second-Generation Vascular Laboratory with Registry. Vascular Laboratory Review, 1:10-37, 1983.
  42. Beta-Blocker Heart Attack Group: Beta-Blocker Heart Attack Trial: Design, Methods, and Baseline Results. Controlled Clinical Trials, 5:382-437, 1984.