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Ryan Justin Mays

TitleAsst Professor Adjoint
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus

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    F32HL105095     (MAYS, RYAN J.)Jul 21, 2011 - Jul 20, 2012
    A community-based exercise program following endovascular therapy for patients wi
    Role: Principal Investigator

    K01HL115534     (MAYS, RYAN J.)Aug 1, 2012 - Jul 31, 2017
    A community-based exercise program to improve walking outcomes in patients with p
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Mays RJ, Mays AA, Mizner RL. Efficacy of ankle-foot orthoses on walking ability in peripheral artery disease. Vasc Med. 2019 Mar 29; 1358863X19831765. PMID: 30924412.
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    2. Schorr EN, Mays RJ. Patient perspectives on claudication: An opportunity to improve the adoption and adherence of exercise therapy. Vasc Med. 2017 10; 22(5):385-386. PMID: 28795643.
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    3. Mays RJ, Regensteiner JG. Understanding sex differences in health status: A frontier in the field of vascular medicine. Vasc Med. 2017 04; 22(2):110-111. PMID: 28429661.
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    4. Mays RJ, Goss FL, Nagle EF, Gallagher M, Haile L, Schafer MA, Kim KH, Robertson RJ. Cross-validation of Peak Oxygen Consumption Prediction Models From OMNI Perceived Exertion. Int J Sports Med. 2016 Sep; 37(10):831-7. PMID: 27410768.
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    5. Mays RJ, Hiatt WR, Casserly IP, Rogers RK, Main DS, Kohrt WM, Ho PM, Regensteiner JG. Community-based walking exercise for peripheral artery disease: An exploratory pilot study. Vasc Med. 2015 Aug; 20(4):339-47. PMID: 25755148; PMCID: PMC4749131.
    6. Mays RJ, Regensteiner JG. Therapy for peripheral artery disease: gaps in treating patients with claudication. Circulation. 2014 Sep 16; 130(12):929-31. PMID: 25095885; PMCID: PMC4486000.
    7. Mays RJ, Goss FL, Nagle EF, Gallagher M, Schafer MA, Kim KH, Robertson RJ. Prediction of VO2 peak using OMNI Ratings of Perceived Exertion from a submaximal cycle exercise test. Percept Mot Skills. 2014 Jun; 118(3):863-81. PMID: 25068750; PMCID: PMC4466107.
    8. Mays RJ, Rogers RK, Hiatt WR, Regensteiner JG. Community walking programs for treatment of peripheral artery disease. J Vasc Surg. 2013 Dec; 58(6):1678-87. PMID: 24103409; PMCID: PMC3904661.
    9. Mays RJ, Regensteiner JG. Exercise therapy for claudication: latest advances. Curr Treat Options Cardiovasc Med. 2013 Apr; 15(2):188-99. PMID: 23436041; PMCID: PMC3627476.
    10. Mays RJ, Casserly IP, Kohrt WM, Ho PM, Hiatt WR, Nehler MR, Regensteiner JG. Assessment of functional status and quality of life in claudication. J Vasc Surg. 2011 May; 53(5):1410-21. PMID: 21334172; PMCID: PMC3541824.
    11. Mays RJ, Goss FL, Schafer MA, Kim KH, Nagle-Stilley EF, Robertson RJ. Validation of adult omni perceived exertion scales for elliptical ergometry. Percept Mot Skills. 2010 Dec; 111(3):848-62. PMID: 21319623; PMCID: PMC3541829.
    12. Mays RJ, Boér NF, Mealey LM, Kim KH, Goss FL. A comparison of practical assessment methods to determine treadmill, cycle, and elliptical ergometer VO2 peak. J Strength Cond Res. 2010 May; 24(5):1325-31. PMID: 20393357.
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