• 4655 Citations
1979 …2016

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Research interests

I am currently performing comparative effectiveness research that involves comparison of arm exercise stress testing with pharmacologic myocardial perfusion imaging for prediction of mortality and other measures of clinical outcome in veterans who cannot perform treadmill or other leg exercise. I previously conducted clinical and basic science research in exercise physiology at Washington University and the University of Texas Southwestern.

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Research Output

  • 4655 Citations
  • 49 Article
  • 4 Letter

Coronary Computed Tomography Angiography Versus Radionuclide Myocardial Perfusion Imaging

Martin, W., Jan 19 2016, In : Annals of internal medicine. 164, 2, p. 132-133 2 p.

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Economic outcomes with anatomical versus functional diagnostic testing for coronary artery disease

Martin, W. H., Dec 20 2016, In : Annals of internal medicine. 165, 12, p. 890-891 2 p.

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The Relation of Arm Exercise Peak Heart Rate to Stress Test Results and Outcome

Xian, H., Liu, W., Marshall, C., Chandiramani, P., Bainter, E. & Martin, W. H., Sep 1 2016, In : Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 48, 9, p. 1648-1654 7 p.

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  • TO the editor

    Martin, W., Jan 19 2016, In : Annals of internal medicine. 164, 2, p. 132-133 2 p.

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    Anatomical versus Functional Testing for Coronary Artery Disease

    Martin, W. H., Jul 2 2015, In : The New England journal of medicine. 373, 1, p. 89-90 2 p.

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