Killian C. Robinson, M.B.B.CH.
Exercise Tolerance; Exercise Therapy; Outpatients; Obesity, Morbid; Body Weight
Academic: 336-716-9866 | Department: 336-716-9866
Effect of chronic kidney disease and supplemental polyunsaturated fatty acid use on exercise levels during cardiac rehabilitation in patients with coronary artery disease. Pflum A, Gomadam P, Mehta H, Sacrinty M, Paladenech CC, Robinson K.. J Cardiopulm Rehabil Prev. 2017;37(3):199-206.
Degree and direction of change of body weight in cardiac rehabilitation and impact on exercise capacity and cardiac risk factors. Gomadam PS, Douglas CJ, Sacrinty MT, Brady MM, Paladenech CC, Robinson KC.. Am J Cardiol. 2016;117(4):580-584.
Cardiac rehabilitation in African Americans: evidence for poorer outcomes compared with whites, especially in women and diabetic participants. Johnson D, Sacrinty M, Mehta H, Douglas C, Paladenech C, Robinson K.. Am Heart J. 2015;169(1):102-107.
Effects of cardiac rehabilitation in diabetic patients: both cardiac and noncardiac factors determine improvement in exercise capacity. St Clair M, Mehta H, Sacrinty M, Johnson D, Robinson K.. Clin Cardiol. 2014;37(4):233-238.
Small, short-duration, dobutamine-induced perfusion defects are not associated with adverse prognosis in intermediate-risk individuals receiving cardiovascular magnetic resonance stress imaging. Jordan JH, Haag JC, Morgan TM, Vasu S, Stacey B, Hamilton C, Robinson K, Kitzman D, Thohan V, Hundley WG.. J Comput Assist Tomogr. 2014;38(3):427-433.
Effect of early enrollment on outcomes in cardiac rehabilitation. Johnson DA, Sacrinty MT, Gomadam PS, Mehta HJ, Brady MM, Douglas CJ, Paladenech CC, Robinson KC.. Am J Cardiol. 2014;114(12):1908-1911.
Comparison of usefulness of secondary prevention of coronary disease in patients less than 80 versus greater than or equal to 80 years of age. Mehta H, Sacrinty M, Johnson D, St Clair M, Paladenech C, Robinson K.. Am J Cardiol. 2013;112(8):1099-1103.
Chronic renal insufficiency predicts decreased improvement in steady state exercise level during cardiac rehabilitation [abstract]. Pflum A, Mehta H, Sacrinty MT, Johnson D, Addison T, Greer D, Martin B, Hayes C, Paladenech C, Robinson K.. Circulation. 2013;128(22 Suppl):A16264.
Cardiac rehabilitation improves risk factors, quality of life and exercise capacity in extreme old age [abstract]. Mehta H, St Clair S, Sacrinty M, Johnson D, Zorin D, Addison T, Greer D, Martin B, Hayes C, Paladenech C, Robinson K.. Circulation. 2011;124(21 Suppl):A11021.
Systolic and diastolic left ventricular function are important determinants of exercise capacity in diabetics participating in cardiac rehabilitation [abstract]. St Clair SM, Mehta H, Sancrinty M [sic] [Sacrinty M], Johnson D, Zorin D, Addison T, Martin B, Hayes C, Paladenech C, Robinson K.. Circulation. 2011;124(21 Suppl):A11998.
Prognostic importance of left ventricular hypertrophy in patients undergoing dobutamine stress testing [abstract]. Charoenpanichkit C, Morgan TM, Hamilton CA, Wallace EL, Robinson K, Ntim WO, Hundley WG.. J Cardiovasc Magn Reson. 2010;12(Suppl 1):07.
Left ventricular hypertrophy influences cardiac prognosis in patients undergoing dobutamine cardiac stress testing. Charoenpanichkit C, Morgan TM, Hamilton CA, Wallace EL, Robinson K, Ntim WO, Hundley WG.. Circ Cardiovasc Imaging. 2010;3(4):392-397.
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Killian C. Robinson, M.B.B.CH.
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1. Could not ask for better.
I am lucky to have such a good doctor in *Doctor K. Robinson.
he had not looked at record prior to seeing me but did look while with me when I described recent tests
Provider took the time to track us down @ main campus for test to talk to us & give us additional info.
The doc is very informative & thorough. Easy to understand and compassionate.
I am very happy with the care I am receiving from Doctor Killian.
I am a nurse and have recommended this fine gentleman to many of my friends who have also seen him and been pleased with what he has told them.
He is such a good doctor really concerned & caring.
I totally trust Dr. Robinson's explanation of my physical situation. he was empathetic and since he referenced events and situations that were in my medical records and in my 'interview' with his assistant, he obviously studied my input and records before he walked into the examination room. Excellent!!
As mentioned earlier, I was particularly impressed the MD went to the effort to make a follow-up call to my cellular, the number of which he would have to taken some effort to locate.
I've recommend this team to three people this year. 7. All the time. 9. I am very confidence in the care.
*Dr. Robertson was very nice and found the problem and made an appointment with a CT scan to make sure and to found the problem. #1. Enjoyed *Dr. Robertson.
*Dr. Robinsin is nearly as thoughtful as physician.
I don't know what it is about Dr. Robinson ... but I easily related to him because he is very direct and not a pill pusher ... I want to continue my cardio care with him because I believe that he is more accepting of patients like me who want to know every detail and who sometimes refuse to take tests (like MRI with contrast) or certain drugs based on our previous experiences ...