overview

cardiovascular physiology; lymphatic function; microvascular physiology; interstitial and cavity fluid balance

selected publications
Academic Articles73
  • Stiles, T. W., Morfin Rodriguez, A. E., Mohiuddin, H. S., Lee, H., Dalal, F. A., Fuertes, W. W., ... Quick, C. M. (2021). Algebraic formulas characterizing an alternative to Guyton's graphical analysis relevant for heart failure.. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 320(6), R851-R870.
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  • Stewart, R. H. (2020). A Modern View of the Interstitial Space in Health and Disease.. Front Vet Sci. 7, 609583.
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  • Washburn, S. E., & Stewart, R. H. (2020). A plumber's guide to the cardiovascular system.. Adv Physiol Educ. 44(2), 163-168.
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  • Dongaonkar, R. M., Quick, C. M., Laine, G. A., Uray, K., Cox, C. S., & Stewart, R. H. (2020). Adaptation of the hepatic transudation barrier to sinusoidal hypertension.. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 318(4), R722-R729.
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  • Washburn, S., Herman, J., & Stewart, R. (2017). Evaluation of performance and perceptions of electronic vs. paper multiple-choice exams.. Adv Physiol Educ. 41(4), 548-555.
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Chapters1
  • Stewart, R. H. (2015). Interstitial Edema. Small Animal Critical Care Medicine. 60-63. Elsevier.
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Conference Papers39
  • Dongaonkar, R. M., Laine, G. A., Quick, C. M., & Stewart, R. H. (2017). Anti-Ascites Adaptation of Liver to Sinusoidal Hypertension. FASEB JOURNAL. 31,
  • Fuertes, W. W., Shao, S., Mohiuddin, H. S., Lee, H., Dalal, F. A., Quick, C. M., & Stewart, R. H. (2017). Integration of biomechanics and mechanobiology to predict chronic ventricular wall stress, thickness, and contractility. FASEB JOURNAL. 31,
  • Hussain, J., Ahmed, H. A., Grant, W. A., Hernandez, M. D., Quick, C. M., & Stewart, R. H. (2017). Predicting regression of a Ductus Arteriosus. FASEB JOURNAL. 31,
  • Dongaonkar, R. M., Nguyen, T. L., Quick, C. M., Laine, G. A., Wilson, E., Heaps, C., Hardy, J., & Stewart, R. H. (2013). Postnodal lymphatic vessels adapt to sustained high flow conditions by becoming weaker pumps. The FASEB Journal. 27(S1), 902.5-902.5.
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  • Nguyen, T. L., Dongaonkar, R. M., Hardy, J., Laine, G. A., Quick, C. M., & Stewart, R. H. (2012). Sustained High Luminal Flow In Vivo Decreases Maximal Developed Tension of Bovine Mesenteric Lymphatic Vessels. The FASEB Journal. 26(S1), 677.3-677.3.
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Email
rstewart@tamu.edu
First Name
Randolph
Last Name
Stewart
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Vet Med - Physiology & Pharmacology; 4466 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4466
USA