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Elizabeth Bye
Elizabeth Bye
University of Sydney, Neuroscience Research Australia
Verified email at neura.edu.au
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Strength training for partially paralysed muscles in people with recent spinal cord injury: a within-participant randomised controlled trial
EA Bye, LA Harvey, A Gambhir, C Kataria, JV Glinsky, JL Bowden, ...
Spinal Cord 55 (5), 460-465, 2017
532017
Abdominal functional electrical stimulation to assist ventilator weaning in critical illness: a double-blinded, randomised, sham-controlled pilot study
EJ McCaughey, AH Jonkman, CL Boswell-Ruys, RA McBain, EA Bye, ...
Critical Care 23, 1-11, 2019
362019
The inter-rater reliability of the 13-point manual muscle test in people with spinal cord injury
E Bye, J Glinsky, J Yeomans, A Hungerford, H Patterson, L Chen, ...
Physiotherapy Theory and Practice 37 (10), 1126-1131, 2021
92021
Transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation combined with locomotor training to improve walking ability in people with chronic spinal cord injury: study protocol for an …
EA Bye, ME Héroux, CL Boswell-Ruys, MA Perez, M Purcell, J Taylor, ...
Spinal Cord 60 (6), 491-497, 2022
72022
MRI-based Measurement of Effects of Strength Training on Intramuscular Fat in People with and without Spinal Cord Injury.
B Bolsterlee, EA Bye, J Eguchi, J Thom, RD Herbert
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 53 (6), 1270-1275, 2021
72021
A preliminary investigation of mechanisms by which short-term resistance training increases strength of partially paralysed muscles in people with spinal cord injury
EA Bye, LA Harvey, JV Glinsky, B Bolsterlee, RD Herbert
Spinal cord 57 (9), 770-777, 2019
52019
Encouraging responsible reporting practices in the Instructions to Authors of neuroscience and physiology journals: There is room to improve
J Diong, E Bye, Z Djajadikarta, AA Butler, SC Gandevia, ME Héroux
PLoS One 18 (3), e0283753, 2023
22023
Physical exercise training to increase cardiorespiratory fitness in people with spinal cord injury
J Ilha, JV Glinsky, J Chu, EA Bye, S Tweedy, LA Harvey
The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2024 (2), 2024
2024
Transcutaneous spinal stimulation in people with and without spinal cord injury: Effect of electrode placement and trains of stimulation on threshold intensity
HT Finn, EA Bye, TG Elphick, CL Boswell‐Ruys, SC Gandevia, JE Butler, ...
Physiological Reports 11 (11), e15692, 2023
2023
Poor statistical reporting, inadequate data presentation and spin persist despite Journal awareness and updated Information for Authors
M Héroux, J Diong, E Bye, G Fisher, L Robertson, A Butler, S Gandevia
F1000Research 12, 2023
2023
Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation Applied to the Abdominal Muscles to Assist Ventilator Weaning in Critically Ill Patients: An Assessor Blinded, Randomized, Sham-Controlled …
AJ Mclachlan, E McCaughey, A Jonkman, C Boswell-Ruys, R McBain, ...
C14. CRITICAL CARE: THE CRUCIBLE-OPTIMIZING MECHANICAL VENTILATION …, 2019
2019
Strength training for partially paralysed muscles in people with spinal cord injury
E Bye
2019
Comparison of measurements of intramuscular fat from T1-weighted and mDixon MRI scans in people with and without spinal cord injury
B Bolsterlee, EA Bye, J Eguchi, J Glinsky, J Thom, RD Herbert
Spinal cord electrical stimulation: can it improve walking ability in people with SCI? eWALK
C Boswell-Ruys, E Bye
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