1. A survey of airway management during induction of general anaesthesia in obstetrics. Cook TM, McCrirrick A. The International Journal of Obstetric Anaesthesia 1994; 3: 143-145.
2. An evaluation of the levering laryngoscope. Tuckey JP, Cook TM, Render CA. Anaesthesia 1996; 51: 71-73.
3. Cricoid pressure: one hand or two? Cook TM. Anaesthesia 1996; 51: 365-68.
4. Topical lignocaine and thiopentone for the insertion of a laryngeal mask: a comparison with propofol. Seavell CR, Cook TM, Cox CM. Anaesthesia 1996; 51: 699-701
5. Lignocaine to aid the insertion of the Laryngeal Mask with Thiopentone. A comparison between topical and intravenous administration. Cook TM, Seavell CJ, Cox C. Anaesthesia 1996; 51: 787-90.
6. Does the levering laryngoscope in its neutral position act as a Macintosh laryngoscope? Cook TM, Tuckey J. Anaesthesia 1996; 51: 977-80.
7. Analgesia after day-case knee arthroscopy: double-blind study of intra-articular tenoxicam, intra-articular bupivacaine and placebo. Cook TM, Nolan J, Tuckey J. British Journal of Anaesthesia 1997; 78: 163-68.
8. Epidural analgesia following upper abdominal surgery- United Kingdom practice. Cook TM, Eaton JM, Goodwin APL. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica 1997; 41: 18-24.
9. Analgesia following thoracotomy: a survey of Australian practice. Cook TM, Riley RH. Anaesthesia and Intensive Care. 1997; 25: 520-24.
10. Hospital mortality after urgent and emergency surgery in the elderly. Cook TM. Britton DC, Craft TM, Jones C, Horrocks M. Annals of The Royal College of Surgeons of England 1997; 79: 361-67.
11. Hospital mortality after emergency laparotomy in patients age 65 and over. Risk and prediction of risk using multiple logistical regression analysis. Cook TM, Day CJ. British Journal of Anaesthesia 1998; 80: 776-81
12. Microbiological safety of mixtures of bupivacaine and diamorphine. An in vitro study. Cook TM, James P, Stannard C. Pain 1998; 76: 259-63.
13. Blood gas changes during apnoeic tracheal oxygenation in children. Cook TM, Wolf AR, Henderson AJW. British Journal of Anaesthesia 1998; 81: 338-342.
14. Use of the split LMA to facilitate nasal intubation. Cook TM, RJH Baylis, Marjot R. Anaesthesia 1998; 53: 975-79.
15. A new practical classification of laryngoscopy. Cook TM Anaesthesia 2000; 55: 274-9
16. Acceptibility of patient controlled nasal diamorphine in the treatment of pot-operative pain. A Hallett, F O’Higgins, TM Cook. Anaesthesia 2000; 55: 532-9
17. Cricoid pressure which hand? TM Cook, I Godfrey, M Rockett, R Vanner. Anaesthesia 2000; 55: 648-53
18. An evaluation of the Airway Management Device. TM Cook, K Gupta, DA Gabbott, JP Nolan. Anaesthesia 2001; 56: 660-4
19. National survey of Rapid sequence induction. J Morris, TM Cook. Anaesthesia 2001; 56: 1090-97
20. A randomised crossover comparison of the Pro-Seal with the classic laryngeal mask airway in unparalysed anaesthetised patients. Cook TM, Nolan JP, Verghese C, Strube PJ, Lees M, Millar J, Baskett P. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2002; 88: 527-33.
21. A randomised evaluation of the performance of single use laryngoscopes in simulated easy and difficult intubation., S Twigg, B McCormick. TM Cook British Journal of Anaesthesia 2003; 90: 8-13 (accompanied by Editorial)
22. An evaluation of the flexiguide. TM Cook,B McCormick, P Ford, S-A Ryder, TM Craft . Anaesthesia and Inensive Care 2003; 31; 193-5
23. An evaluation of the PAx. TM Cook, B McCormick, P Hersch, K Gupta, Nolan J, Simpson T. Resuscitation 2003; 58: 139-43
24. Use of the Laryngeal tube in 100 patients. T Asai, K Shingu, TM Cook. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica 2003;47: 8-32.
25. Use of the Proseal LMA facilitates percutaneous tracheostomy. Craven R, Laver S, Cook TM, Nolan JP. Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia 2003; 50; 718-20.
26. Randomized comparison of laryngeal tube with classic laryngeal mask airway for anaesthesia with controlled ventilation. TM Cook, McCormick B, T Asai. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2003; 91: 373-8
27. Randomised controlled trial of airway management device and the classic laryngeal mask airway in anaesthetised patients. TM Cook, M Porter British Journal of Anaesthesia 2003; 91: 672-7
28. Randomised controlled crossover trial of the laryngeal mask airway Proseal with the laryngeal tube during anaesthesia with controlled ventilation ventilation. TM Cook, McKinstry C, Hardy R, Twigg S. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2003; 91: 678-83
29. A case series of 201 combined spinal-epidurals using a separate needle technique. TM Cook. European Journal of Anaesthesiology 2004; 21: 679-83
30. An evaluation of the CobraPLA. Stopped after two cases of aspiration. TM Cook. JM Lowe. Anaesthesia 2005; 60: 791-6
31. Randomised controlled crossover trial of the laryngeal mask airway Proseal with the laryngeal tube sonda during anaesthesia with controlled ventilation ventilation. Cook TM. Cranshaw J. British Journal of Anaesthesia. BJA 2005; 95: 261-6.
32. Randomised controlled crossover trial of the Softseal LMA™ and the LMA-Unique™ during anaesthesia. Cook TM, Trumpelmann P, Berenger R, Stedeford J, Anaesthesia 2005; 60: 1218-25
33. Evaluation of four airway training manikins as simulators for insertion of the LMA classic. Silsby J, Jordan G, Bayley G, Cook TM. Anaesthesia 2006; 61: 576-9
34. A national survey of epidural use and management in elderly patients undergoing elective and emergency laparotomy. Cook TM, B Walton, C Farrow. Anaesthesia 2006; 61: 456-61.
35. Non-conventional uses of the Aintree Intubating catheter in management of the difficult airway: fourteen reports. Cook TM, Seller C, Gupta K, Thornton M, O’Sullivan E.. Anaesthesia 2007; 62: 169-74
36. Aintree catheter guided intubation with the classic or ProSeal LMA: a manikin study. Cook TM, Mihai R, Blair E. Anaesthesia 2007; 62: 385-7
37. A comparison of four different advanced airway mannequins for SAD insertion. Jackson KM, Cook TM,. Anaesthesia 2007; 62: 388-93
38. A comparison of four different advanced airway mannequins for single use LMA insertion.Cook TM, Green C, McGrath J, Srivastava R. Anaesthesia 2007; 62: 713-8
39. A comparison of four different advanced airway mannequins for training DAS guidelines.Cook TM, Bayley G, Jordan G, Silsby J. Anaesthesia 2007; 62: 708-12
40. Airway management for tonsillectomy: a national survey of UK practice. Clarke M, Forster P, Cook TM. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2007; 99: 425-8.
41. Analysis of 1000 consecutive uses of the ProSeal laryngeal mask airway™ by one anaesthetist at a district general hospital. Cook TM, Gibbison B. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2007; 99: 436-9.
42. Evaluation of the LTS II in 100 patients. Mihai R. Knottenbelt G, Cook TM. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2007; 99: 734-9
43. A census of UK neuraxial blockage: results of the snapshot phase of the 3rd National Anaesthesia Project. Cook TM, Mihai R,Wildsmith A. Anaesthesia 2008; 63: 143-6
44. Determinants of outcome in critically ill octogenarians following surgery; an observational study. Ford PNR, Thomas I, Cook TM, Peden CJ , Whitley E. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2007; 99: 824-9
45. Effect of chest compressions on the time taken to insert airway devices in a manikin. Gatward JJ, Thomas MJC, Nolan JP, Cook TM. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2008; 100: 351-6. BJA Editorial note: ‘Dr Gatward-I feel that some additional comment is required here: I must congratulate you on this piece of work. In my entire period as editor (10yrs) for BJA this is the first time I have accepted a paper without revision. I sent this to 2 referees who thought it excellent with few comments so I sent it to a third-who also made no comments.’
46. A national survey of perioperative management of elderly patients undergoing elective and emergency laparotomy. TM Cook, B Walton, C Farrow,. Clinical Intensive Care 2006; 17: 85-93. [http://journalsonline.tandf.co.uk/]
47. A quantitative review and meta-analysis of performance of non standard laryngoscopes and rigid fibreoptic intubation aids. Mihai R, Blair E, Kay H, Cook TM. Anaesthesia 2008; 63: 745-60.
48. I-gel insertion by novices in manikins and patients. NM Wharton, B Gibbison, D Gabbott, GM Haslam, TM Cook. Anaesthesia 2008; 63: 991–995
49. A case series of the use of the ProSeal laryngeal mask airway in emergency lower abdominal surgery. Fabregat-López J , Rojo BG, Cook TM. Anaesthesia 2008; 63: 967-71.
50. Evaluation of the i-gel™ airway in 100 patients. JJ Gatward, TM Cook, C Seller, T Simpson, V Vanek, J Handel, F Kelly. Anaesthesia 2008; 63: 1124-30 [top 10 most cited Anaesthesia papers in the 2010]
51. Major complications during anaesthesia for elective laryngeal surgery in the United Kingdom: a national survey of the use of high pressure-source ventilation. Cook TM, Alexander R. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2008; 101: 266-72.
52. A cohort evaluation of the Paediatric ProsealTM Laryngeal Mask Airway in 100 unpremedicated children. Kelly FK, Sale S, Bayley G, Cook TM, Stoddart P, White MC. Pediatric Anaesthesia 2008; 19: 947-51
53. Major complications of central neuraxial block: report on the 3rd National Audit Project of the Royal College of Anaesthetists. Cook TM, Counsell D, Wildsmith JAW. On behalf of the Royal College of Anaesthetists Third National Audit Project. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2009: 102: 179-90 [Accompanied by Editorial] Reported in >50 countries worldwide. [BJA most cited paper of 2010….92 via webn of science June 2012] [BJA most cited paper of 2011] 21st in rank of all BJA paper citations ever http://bja.oxfordjournals.org/reports/most-cited
54. Evaluation of the LMA Supreme™ in 100 non-paralysed patients. Cook TM, Gatward JJ, Handel J, Hardy R, Thompson C, Shrivastava R, Clarke PA. Anaesthesia; 64: 555-62
55. Litigation related to anaesthesia: an analysis of claims against the NHS in England 1995-2007. Cook TM, Bland L, Mihai R, Scott S. Anaesthesia 2009; 64: 706-18.
56. Litigation related to inadequate anaesthesia: an analysis of claims against the NHS in England 1995-2007. Mihai R, Scott S, Cook TM. Anaesthesia 2009: 64: 829-35.
57. Audit of performance of size 1.5 proseal laryngeal mask airways in infants less than six months undergoing inguinal herniotomy. White M, Kelly F, Bayley G, Sale S, Cook TM, Stoddart P. Anaesthesia and Intensive Care 2009; 37: 998-1001
58. Litigation related to drug errors in anaesthesia: an analysis of financial and clinical impact of claims against the NHS in England 1995-2007. Cranshaw J, Gupta J, Cook TM. Anaesthesia 2009; 64: 1317-23
59. Litigation associated with regional anaesthesia: an analysis of claims against the NHS in England 1995-2007. Szypula K, Bogod D, Ashpole K, Yentis S, Mihai R, Scott S, Cook TM. Anaesthesia; 65: 443-52 [Accompanied by Editorial]
60. Perioperative Airway Management of a Patient with Tracheal Stenosis: expert opinions and actual clinical management . Isono S, Kitamura Y, Asai T, Cook TM. Anesthesiology. 2010; 112: 970-8.
61. LMA Supreme insertion by novices in manikins and patients. Howes BW, Wharton NM, Gibbison B, Cook TM. Anaesthesia 2010: 65; 343-7
62. Litigation following airway and respiratory-related anaesthetic morbidity and mortality: an analysis of claims against the NHS in England 1995-2007. Cook TM, Scott S, Mihai R, Anaesthesia. Anaesthesia. 2010; 65; 556-63
63. Clarke A, Murdoch H, Thomas MJ, Cook TM, Peden CJ. Mortality and postoperative care after emergency laparotomy. Eur J Anaesthesiol 2011; 28:16–19.
64. A national census of airway management techniques employed during anaesthesia in the UK: results of the first phase of the 4th National Audit Project at the Royal College of Anaesthetists. Woodall N, Cook TM. British Journal of Anaesthesia British Journal of Anaesthesia 2011; 106: 266-71
65. Safer Neuraxial Connectors. A simulation-based evaluation of two proposed alternatives to Luer devices for use in neuraxial anaesthesia. Cook TM, Payne S, Skryabina E, Hurford D, Clow E, Georgiou A. Anaesthesia 2010; 65: 1069-79. [Accompanied by Editorial]
66. Equal and opposite expert opinion. Airway obstruction of a retrosternal thyroid mass: management and prospective international expert opinion. Cook TM, Morgan PJ, Hersch PE. Anaesthesia 2011; 66: 828-36. [3rd most cited paper in Anaesthesia 2011-12] http://videoplatform.aagbi.org/videoPlayer/?vid=136&class=videoThumb
67. Evaluation of the Ambu aScopeTM, a single use intubating videoscope in three airway training manikins for oral intubation and nasal intubation and for intubation via three supraglottic airway devices. Scutt S, Clark N, Cook TM, Smith C, Christmas T, Coppel L, Crewdson K. Anaesthesia. 2011; 66: 293-99
68. Major complications of airway management in the UK: results of the 4th National Audit Project of the Royal College of Anaesthetists and the Difficult Airway Society. Part 1 Anaesthesia. Cook TM, Woodall N, Frerk C. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2011; 106: 617-31[with editorial in British Journal of Anaesthesia and in Anaesthesia] [also published in the South African excerpted veresion of the British Journal of Anaesthesia] [also published in the Chinese excerpted version of the British Journal of Anaesthesia] Editorial on NAP4 was 2nd most cited article in Anaesthesia 2011-12 http://videoplatform.aagbi.org/videoPlayer/?vid=118 27th most cited paper in BJA as of 11/11/12 http://bja.oxfordjournals.org/reports/most-cited
69. Major complications of airway management in the UK: results of the 4th National Audit Project of the Royal College of Anaesthetists and the Difficult Airway Society. Part 2 Intensive Care and Emergency Department. Cook TM, Woodall N, Harper J, Benger J. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2011; 106: 632-42 [with editorial in British Journal of Anaesthesia and in Anaesthesia]
70. Report of the NAP4 airway project. Special article. Cook TM, Harper SJ, Woodall N. Journal of the Intensive Care Society. 2011; 12: 107-11.
71. NAP4: the 4th National Audit Project of the Royal College of Anaesthetists and the Difficult Airway Society. Findings relevant to Intensive Care. Cook TM, Woodall N. Intensive Care Management. 2011; 11: 23-8.
72. The Difficult Airway Society ‘ADEPT’ Guidance on selecting airway devices: the basis of a strategy for equipment evaluation. Pandit JJ, Popat MT, Cook TM, Wilkes AR, Groom P, Cooke H, Kapila A, O’Sullivan E. Anaesthesia 2011; 66: 726-37
73. Obstetrics results of NAP4. Special article. Quinn AC, Bogod DM, Cook TM, Woodall N. International journal of Obstetric Anaesthesia. 2011 in press
74. Paediatric i-gels: cohort study. Berenger R, Kelley F, Cook TM, Nolan J. Simpson T, Hardy R, White M. Anaesthesia. 2011; 66: 1121-6.
75. One year on from NAP3: dissemination and clinical changes after the Third National Audit Project of the Royal College of Anaesthetists. Cook TM, Payne S, Anns J. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2011; 107: 978-82
76. Shaping quality: The use of performance polygons for multidimensional presentation and interpretation of qualitative performance data.Performance polygons. BJA Cook TM, Coupe M, Ku T. British Journal of Anaesthesia British Journal of Anaesthesia 2012;108: 953-60.
77. A survey of airway management strategies and experience of non-consultant doctors in intensive care units in the United Kingdom. Astin J, King EC, Bradley T, Bellchambers E, Cook TM. British Journal of Anaesthesia in press 2012 (http://bja.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2012/08/07/bja.aes268/reply#content-block)
78. Supraglottic airway devices versus tracheal intubation for airway management during general anaesthesia in obese patients (Protocol). Nicholson A, Lewis SR, Cook TM, Smith AF. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2012, Issue 9. Art. No.: CD010105. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD010105.
79. Tracheal intubation with a flexible intubation scope versus other intubation techniques for obese patients requiring general anaesthesia (Protocol). Nicholson A, Cook TM, Lewis SR, Smith AF. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2013, Issue 1. Art.No.: CD010320. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD010320CARG 280
80. Flin R, Fioratou E, Frerk C, Trotter C, Cook TM. Human factors in difficult airway management Anaesthesia in press Sept 2012.
81. Pandit JJ, Cook TM, Jonker W, O’Sullivan E.Incidence of accidental awareness during general anaesthesia, as known to anaesthetists: Baseline Survey results of the 5th National Audit Project of the Royal College of Anaesthetists and the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland. Anaesthesia and BJA in press….[to be accompaniede by 2 editorials in each journal]