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CURRICULUM VITAE

 

DR. MAGBOUL MOHAMMED ALI MAGBOUL

M.B., B.S. Khartoum

(Batch. of Medicine, Batch. of Surgery [KH])

F.F.A.R.C.S.I

(Fellow, Faculty of Anaesthetist,

Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland)

D.T.M.R.C.S. & P.I

(Diploma of Clinical Tropical Medicine

Royal College of Surgeons & Physicians, Ireland)

D.I.H.R.C.S. & P.I

(Diploma of International Health

Royal College of Surgeons and Physicians, Ireland)

 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR & CONSULTANT

IN ANAESTHESIA & ICU

 

Address for Correspondence:

Anaesthesia Department (41)

King Khalid University Hospital and

King Saud University

P.O. Box 7805, Riyadh 11472

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

TEL. OFFICE: (+9661) 467 1596 /467 1597 /4671579 /467 0898

HOME: (+9661) 468 4030 FAX: (+9661) 467 9364

E-MAIL: magboul@ksu.edu.sa

 

 

 

1. PERSONAL PARTICULARS:

Name : MAGBOUL MOHAMMED ALI MAGBOUL

Date of Birth : 20th July 1949

Nationality : Sudanese

Civil Status : Married (with 4 daughters)

Languages : Good written and spoken (Arabic and English)

Religion : Islam

  

  1. EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:

SCHOOLS

 

1956 - 1960 : Elementary School

1960 - 1964 : Intermediate School

(Certificate of Education with Honors)

1964 - 1968 : Secondary School

(Grade I Sudan School Cert.)

UNIVERSITY

1968 - 1969 : Faculty of Sciences

University of Khartoum

(Honors in Biology, Physics and Chemistry

1969 - 1974 : Faculty of Medicine University of Khartoum

3. ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS:

October 1974 : M. B., B. S. Khartoum

September 1985 : D.C.T.M., F.C.P. & S. Ireland

May 1989 : D.I.H.R.C.P. & S. Ireland

April 1990 : F.F.A. R.C.S. Ireland

  

4. PRESENT APPOINTMENT:

Assistant Professor &

Consultant Anaesthetist & ICU

Department of Anaesthesia

College of Medicine

King Khalid University Hospital

P.O. Box 7805, Riyadh 11472

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

 

5. PREVIOUS APPOINTMENT:

a) SUDAN

October 1974 - Jan. 1976 : House Officer

Khartoum Teaching Hospital and

Soba University Hospital

No. Of Beds 850 - All medical and

Surgical branches

Feb. 1976 - Aug. 1976 : Senior medical Officer Wadi Helfa Hospital 120 beds

Aug. 1976 - May 1978 : Teaching Assistant & Registrar

Department of Anaesthetics

University of Khartoum

Minimum of 10 anaesthetic/day

All branches of surgery

Soba University Hospital

850 beds. All branches of surgery

May 1978 - May 1979 : Senior Medical Officer and Registrar of Anaesthesia

Khartoum Teaching Hospital

850 beds - All types of surgery and ICU

May 1979 - July 1979 : Registrar of Anaesthesia and Teaching Assistant Anaesthesia Department

Faculty of Medical Sciences University of Gazira

  

b) ENGLAND

July 1979 - June 1981 : Clinical Assistant Anaesthesia Department

Frenchay Hospital (500 beds, neuro, plastic, Ortho, thoracic, and general surgery)

(Bristol Clinical Exchange Program) Mutual relationship with my university and

Hospitals attached to the University of Bristol).

c) REPUBLIC OF IRELAND

June - September 1981 : Anaesthetic Registrar and S.H.O. Castlebar General Hospital, Co. Mayo

200 beds; 15 Anaesthetics /day

Sept. 1981 - Feb. 1982 : Registrar of Anaesthesia Castlebar General Hospital & Regional

Hospital, Limerick 350 beds; 10 Anaesthetics /day and ICU

3 March - 24 April 1982 : Anaesthetic Registrar Portioncula Hospital Ballinasloe, Co. Galway Maternity & General Hospital

Active Maternal Epidural Service

 

17 May 1982 - 1 July 1984 : Anaesthetic Registrar St. James's Hospital 850 beds. All types of surgeries mainly vascular and trauma,

ICU and maternity. A complex of seven hospitals. The largest hospital in the Rep. of Ireland.

July 1984 - July 1986 : Anaesthetic Registrar and Locum Consultant Portioncula General and Maternity Hospital, Ballinasloe

Co. Galway, 250 beds. Active maternal epidural service. Minimum 5/day. Dr. Kelly presented a series of 40,000 Epidurals at The Royal

Collage of Surgeon in Dublin at that time.

 

d) SUDAN AND SAUDI ARABIA

July 1986 - Nov. 1987 : Consultant Anaesthetist

Al Haya Hospital, Sudan

100 beds private hospital

Aug. 1987 - April 1993 : Senior Registrar in charge of Rota and research data collection and organization

Department of Anaesthesia

College of Medicine

April 1993 - April 1995 : Consultant Anaesthetist in charge of Maternity & Rota organization (40 Doctors) and Epidural services

King Khalid University Hospital

King Saud University

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

April 1995 - Present : Assistant Professor & Consultant Anaesthetist in charge of Students affairs, Maternity and Epidural Services & department statistics

King Khalid University Hospital

King Saud University

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Locum Consultant Anaesthetist Security Forces Hospital Riyadh .

Locum Consultant Anaesthetist National Guard Riyadh

Locum Consultant Anaesthetist National Guard Juddah

Locum Consultant Anaesthetist Military Hospital Riyadh

Locum Consultant Anaesthetist Al Fanateer Hospital Al Jubail.

Locum Consultant Anaesthetist Hera and Alnour, Mecca

 

COURSES AND SEMINAR ATTENDED:

1974 : Published El Hakeem Medical Journal as Editor Symposium "Leishmaniasis in Sudan"

1976 - 1978 : Higher studies Anaesthetics (Master Course)

Faculty of Medicine

University of Khartoum

Now recognized by Faculty of Anaesthetist

London for Exemption from Part I and II FFA

Aug. 1979 - May 1981 : Postgraduate activities, tutorials and seminars in anaesthetics and related medical subjects.Postgraduate Centre

Frenchay Hospital and other University of Bristol linked hospitals

17 May 1982 - June 1984 : Postgraduate F.F.A. Course Primary and Finals

St. James's Hospital

James's St. Dublin 8

July 1984 - 1986 : F.F.A. (Part 3) Postal and Clinical

Courses Postgraduate Symposium & Courses

Clinical Anaesthesia, Intensive Care

Cardiopulmonary Medicine & Anaesthesia,

Royal College of Surgeons & Physicians in Ireland

Oct. 1985 - Nov. 1985 : Postgraduate Course in Clinical Tropical Medicine Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

followed by examinations for the Diploma in Clinical Tropical Medicine (D.T.M.R.C.S. & P.I.)

April 1989 - June 1989 : Postgraduate Course in International Health Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

followed by Examinations for the Diploma in International Health (D.I.H.R.C.S., P.I.)

1989 - 1999 : Conducts Basic ; Advanced & Instructor CPR Courses (10 courses / year) in Riyadh & all around

the Kingdom As Instructor and organizer for advanced cardiac live support .( Saudi & American Heart Association.)

1987 – Now 2000 All the Anaesthesia conferences in Saudi Arabia and most of the Pan Arab Anaesthesia conferences, Anaesthesia 2000 was the last one.

 CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN ANAESTHETICS:

Wide range of 23 years clinical anaesthesia and analgesia experience including renal, Neurosurgical, Paediatrics, Facio-maxillary, Plastic, Dental, Emergency, E.N.T., Urology, Orthopaedics, Obstetric Anaesthesia, Thoracic, Cardiac, Gynaecology, Intensive Care Unit. Maternity Epidural Service. Consultant in charge of Urology and lithotripsy anaesthesia, Consultant on charge for thoracic anaesthesia, consultant in charge for neuroanesthesia, Consultant in charge for ICU Postgraduate & undergraduate students Teaching of Anaesthesia. Assistant professor in charge of Students affairs Seminars and lectures for Part I, II, III. F.F.A., R.C.S. Examiner for the Arab Board, and Saudi Fellowship. Conducting CPR in Basic and Advanced Courses as Instructor and Organizer.

Clinical Experience in Tropical Medicine D.T.M.R.C.S. & P.I.

Practical working experience with patients in the tropical and Sahara area for more than 15 yearsDealing with critically ill patients with various tropical diseases for surgical, anaesthetic and critical care procedures. Running clinics, educational, and research programs yearly since 1988 at Mecca during Hajj Dealing with Millions of people with tropical diseases and heat stroke during Hajj

Clinical Experience in International Health D.I.H.R.C.S., P.I.

Adviser for educational, and research programs yearly since 1988 at Mecca during Hajj Dealing with Millions of people with tropical diseases and heat stroke during Hajj. This include dealing of massive influx and ex flux of millions of people during a very short period of time .contribution to many voluntary Medical organizations in the Southern Sudan since 1974 & 1975providing Medical care and supplies to people with variance of Tropical diseases.Preperations for dealing with Biological and Chemical war victims during the Gulf war 1990 in Riyadh , Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

1987 - Course & Certification, Advanced CPR, Instructor Course -

American and Saudi Heart Association

Conducts Basic ; Advanced & Instructor CPR Courses (10 courses / year) in Riyadh & all around the Kingdom As Instructor and organizer for advanced cardiac live support .( Saudi & American Heart Association.) Member and one of the main contributers to PAN ARAB RESUSCITATIONCOUNCIL (http://www.angelfire.com/mt/CPR/index.html)

    1. Computer sciences

Courses and wide experience with computers, E- Mail and internet Operating more than three web sites in the internet

1987 - Course & Certification of Obstetric Anaesthesia and Analgesia

l989 - Course & Certification Recent Advances in Anaesthesia and Analgesia

1990 - Course & Certification Anaesthesia for patients with heart disease

A. PUBLICATIONS

1. Al Hakeem Medical Journal. University of Khartoum, Leishmaniasis in Sudan 1974.

Magboul M. Ali Magboul (Editor)

2. Interaction between Mivacurium and Atracurium. British Journal of Anaesthesia 1994; 73 : 484-489.

M. Naguib, M. Abullatif, A. Al-Gamdi, M. Selim, M. Seraj, M. El-Sanbary and M. A. Magboul .

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/htbin-post/Entrez/query?uid=7999489&form=6&db=m&Dopt=b

3. Histamine-release haemodynamic changes produced by rocuronium, vecuronium, Mivacurium, atracurium and tubocurarine.

British Journal of Anaesthesia 1995; 75 : 588-592

M. Naguib, A.H. Samarkandi, H. S. Bakhamees, M.A. Magboul and A.K. El-Bakry.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/htbin-post/Entrez/query?uid=7577286&form=6&db=m&Dopt=b

4. Comparative potency of steroidal neuromuscular blocking drugs and isoblographic. Analysis of the interaction between rocuronium and other aminosteroids.

British Journal of Anaesthesia 1995; 75: 37-42

M. Naguib, A.H. Samarkandi, H.S. Bakhamees, M.A. Magboul and A.K. El-Bakry

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/htbin-post/Entrez/query?uid=7669466&form=6&db=m&Dopt=b

5. Clinically significant drug interactions with general anaesthetics. Incidence, Mechanisms and Management. Drugs Adis international, CNS Drugs, 1997 Jul.: 8 (1): 51 - 78

Mohamed Naguib, Magboul M.A. Magboul and Randa Jaroudi

http://www.adis.com/index.html

 

6. Adverse Effects of Neuromuscular Blockers and Their Antagonists. Drugs Adis international , Drug Safety 1998 Feb 18 (2): 99 - 116

Mohamed Naguib & Magboul M.A. Magboul,

http://www.adis.com/index.html

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/htbin-post/Entrez/query?uid=9512917&form=6&db=m&Dopt=b

7. Clinically significant drug interactions with general anaesthetics Incidence, Mechanisms and Management. Drugs Adis international,

MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 1997 October14 (3):127 - 183

Mohamed Naguib, Magboul M.A. Magboul and Randa Jaroudi

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/htbin-post/Entrez/query?uid=9751909&form=6&db=m&Dopt=b

8. Adverse effects and Drug Inter actions Associated With Local and Regional Anaesthesia.Drugs Adis international , Drug Safety 1998 April 18 (4): 221 - 250

Mohamed Naguib, Magboul M.A. Magboul, Abdelhamid H. samerkandi, and Mounir Attia

http://www.adis.com/index.html

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/htbin-post/Entrez/query?uid=9565736&form=6&db=m&Dopt=b

 

9. EXTRACORPOREAL SHOCK WAVE LITHTRIPSY Newsletter Saudi AnaesthetiC Association 1998 September 9 (3): 1 - 4

Magboul M.A. Magboul

10. Adverse Effects of General Anaesthetics :Incidence and Therapeutic Implications. Drugs Adis international, CNS Drugs, 1998 Aug.: 10 (2): 119 - 144

Mohamed Naguib, Magboul M.A. Magboul, and Randa Jaroudi.

http://www.adis.com/index.html

11. Adverse Effects of Neuromuscular Blockers and Their Antagonists. MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 1998 June 14 (5):341 - 373

Mohamed Naguib & Magboul M.A. Magboul,

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/htbin-post/Entrez/query?uid=9785339&form=6&db=m&Dopt=b

 

12. PULSE OXIMETRY: AN ADDED CRITERION FOR DISCHARGE FROM THE POST-OPERATIVE CARE UNIT

MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 1998 October14 (6):417 - 432

Magboul M. Ali. Magboul , Clarence Odugbesan, Abdel Azeem El-Dawlatly, and Salwa Saud

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/htbin-post/Entrez/query?uid=9859102&form=6&db=m&Dopt=b

 

13. DELAYED ASYSTOLE FOLLOWING SPINAL ANAESTHESIA: MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 1999 Februry15 (1):99 - 106

Magboul M. Ali. Magboul , Adel Ammar, Khloud El Bakrey, Riaz Khan, Khalid Murshid, Mohamed A. Seraj

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/cgi-bin/Entrez/referer?/htbin-

post/Entrez/query%3fdb=m&form=6&uid=10068975&Dopt=r

 

14. The Magboul Laryngoscope : Anaesthesia On-Line ,The International Journal of Anaesthesia. ISSN 1361-8245 (Letter) Fri, 14 Jan 2000 12:52:56 +0000

Magboul M. Ali. Magboul

http://www.priory.com/anaes/letters.htm

 

For further details on Publications go to PubMed,

URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/htbin- post/Entrez/query?form=4&db=m&term=magboul&dispmax=20&relentrezdate=No+Limit

 

B. BOOKS

1. SAFETY OF ANAESTHETIC DRUGS. A new book Published and Distributed by ADIS BOOK SHOP, New Zealand

by Drugs Adis international , Drug Safety August 1998

Mohamed Naguib, Magboul M.A. Magboul as the second co-author in all chapters .

http://www.adis.com/books/safetyofanestheticdrugs.html

 

BJA wrote in Book reviews

"This book will provide a useful source of information to supplement the larger volumes describing the pharmacology of i.v., inhalation and local anaesthetic agents. Interactions between drugs, and with different disease states, will always affect anaesthetic practice. A copy of this monograph would therefore be a worthy and important addition to your library":

J. Sear

British Journal of Anaesthesia 82 (2): 309-310 (1999)

 

C. Accepted For Publication:

1.The design of Magboul Laryngoscope

DR. MAGBOUL ALI MAGBOUL, MBBS, DTM, DIH, FFARCSI

World FederatIon of SocIetIes of AnaesthesIologIsts Journal

18 Jan 2000

2. A successful management of a case of difficult intubation using Magboul laryngoscope

DR. MAGBOUL ALI MAGBOUL, MBBS, DTM, DIH, FFARCSI.

MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 7 April 2000

3. Anaesthetic Manangement of Emergency Caesarean Section In a Patient with Noonan’s Syndrome

DR. MAGBOUL ALI MAGBOUL, MBBS, DTM, DIH, FFARCSI.

MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 20 April 2000

4. A New Use For The Univent Tube

DR. MAGBOUL ALI MAGBOUL, MBBS, DTM, DIH, FFARCSI.

Anaesthesia and Analgesia 24 April 2000

5. Cancellation rate in elective surgical lists. Experience at a University Hospital in Saudi Arabia.

DR. MAGBOUL ALI MAGBOUL, MBBS, DTM, DIH, FFARCSI. Mohamed A. Seraj, MB. CBH. DA, FFARCSI. DR. CLARENCE ODUGBESAN, MD, FRCP(C)

MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 1999.

  1. For Publication:

      1. Allergic Reaction Tracrium
      2. Medical problems in Perioperative period. Delaying surgery at King Khalid University
      3. Continuous axillary block. Catheter technique
      4. Haemodynamic changes in laparoscopic cholecystectomy
      5. The Design of the Ideal Laryngoscope.Anesthetic Drugs Safety.
      6. Computer Science and Anaesthesia.
      7. Epidural and Spinal Anaesthesia for Urology and Obstetric Patients.
      8. The Ideal Anasthetic for Shock wave Lithotripsy Patients
      9. E. Read in the Symposium

        1. Cancellation rate in elective surgical lists. Experience at a University Hospital in Saudi Arabia. 10th Anniversary of the Egyptian Anesthesiology Congress. 12-15 January 1993, Cairo, Egypt. Dr. Magboul M. A Magboul, M. A. Seraj. and C. O. Odugbesan.
        2. Problems of Anaesthesia in Laparoscopic Surgery. Laparoscopic Surgery Symposium. 18-19 October 1992. Security Forces Hospital, Riyadh, Dr. F. Messahel, and Dr. Magboul M. A Magboul
        3. Post anaesthetic Recovery Score & Correlation with Oxygen Saturation. Cairo, Egypt, Feb.1994.Dr. Magboul M. A Magboul, A. El Dawlatly, C. O. Odugbesan. & Dr. Salwa Al- Saud
        4. Difficult Intubation. New trends in Anaesthesia and Intensive care. March 1997 Riyadh. Dr. Magboul M. A Magboul & Dr. Alshowaikat. Walking Epidural. New trends in Anaesthesia and Intensive care. March 1997 Riyadh Dr. Salwa Al- Saud & Dr. Magboul M. A Magboul
        5. Crash Induction In General Anaesthesia for Caesarian Section. Symposium of Emergency Obstetrics. March 1998 Dr. Magboul M. A Magboul Prof. Mohamed Seraj.
        6. Retrospective Analysis of Cardiac Arrest For the Last Fifteen Years In King Khalid University Hospital ( KKUH) Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 11th World Congress On Emergency and disaster Medicine, 11th May 1999 Japan Prof. Mohamed Seraj. mDr. Magboul M. A Magboul Dr. Mounir Attia http://pdm.medicine.wisc.edu/seraj.htm
        7. Ananesthesia For Endoscopic Third Ventriculostomy: A Haemodynamic Study 11th Asian Congress of Anesthesiologists, 8- 11 July 1999 Malaysia Dr. A. A. El Dawlatly Dr. A. Alshimy Dr. Magboul M. A. Magboul
        8.  

          REFEREES:

          1. PROFESSOR. M. A SERAJ, FFARCSI : Professor and Consultant Anaesthetist CHAIRMAN of Anaesthesia & ICU Department of Anaesthesia and ICU P.O. Box 7805, Riyadh 11472 Saudi Arabia TEL. OFFICE: (+9661) 467 1596 /467 1597 /4671579 /467 0898 FAX: (+9661) 467 9364 E-MAIL: mseraj@ksu.edu.sa
          2. PROFESSOR. M. S. M Takrouri, MB.ChB FFARCSI : Professor and Consultant Anaesthetist in Anaesthesia & ICU Department of Anaesthesia and ICU P.O. Box 7805, Riyadh 11472 Saudi Arabia TEL. OFFICE: (+9661) 467 1596 /467 1595 /4671024/467 0898 FAX: (+9661) 467 9364 E-MAIL: takrouri@ksu.edu.sa
          3. Professor Ronald D. Miller, MD Professor and Chairman. Department of Anesthesia and Perioperative Care. University of California San Francisco. Box 0648, Room C455. San Francisco, CA 94143-0648. USA. Phone office (415) 476-9035 Fax : (415) 514-1532. E-MAIL: millerr@anesthesia.ucsf.edu
          4. PROFESSOR. M. NAGUIB, M.D. FFARCSI: University of Iowa, college of Medicine. Department of Anesthesia- 6JCP. 200 Hawkins Drive. Iowa City, Iowa 52242- 1009. USA. Tel: (319) 353 7783 (Hospital). Tel: (319) 351-4630 (Home) E-mail: mohamed-naguib@uiowa.edu or NaguibM@mail.medicine.uiow.edu