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Institute of kidney Diseases Peshawar

Phase IV Hayatabad Peshawar

Prof Dr. Abbas Tariq

Speciality

ANESTHESIA

Education

Degree/Diploma Institute University Year 1. FCPS (Anaesthesia) P.G.M.I. (L.R.H) CPSP Pakistan 1999 2. D. A. P.G.M.I. (L.R.H) Peshawar 1994 3. M.B.B.S. K.M.C Peshawar 1988

Experience

EMPLOYMENT RECORD            (In Reverse Order)

A       Professor                              03-11-2014 till to date                                        IKD/HMC

B.      Associate Professor           21-11-2011 to 03-10-2014                                  IKD/HMC

C.      A/P Anaesthesia                 25-05-2007 to 21-11-2011                                  IKD/HMC

D.      S/R Anaesthesia                 23.07.2001to 24-05-2007                                  Hayatabad Medical Complex

E.       District Anaesthetist         22.08.2000 to 23.07.2001                                  Hayatabad Medical Complex

F.       Medical Officer Anaesthesia   09.01.1994 to 22.08.2000                           Lady Reading Hospital

G.      TMO Anaesthesia                02.01.1993 to 09.01.1994                                Lady Reading Hospital

H.       Medical Officer:                  16.09.1990 to 01.01.1993.                               B.H.U. Health Department                                                      

AWARDS, RECOGNITION & PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS

1  Postoperative nausea and vomiting in ambulatory in surgery. Comparison of midazolam with normal saline.

J Med Sci 2016; 24: (3) 149-154 (2nd ) Principle Author)

2 Assessment of irrigation fluid absorption by measuring serum electrolytes during transurethral resection of prostate. KJMS,2015;Vol 8(2): 255-59. (2nd ) Principle Author)

3.  To compare the effect of intrathecally administered tramadol plus bupivacaine with  bupivacaine alone on the duration of post operative analgesia.  KJMS July-December, 2014, Vol. 7, No. 2. 190-193

4. Efficacy of nalbuphine in preventing haemodynamic response to

    laryngoscopy and intubation.

    J Postgrad Med Inst 2014; 28(2) :211-6 (1ST AUTHOR)

5. Use of Ketamine plus midazolam versus ketamine alone in prevention

     of shivering during spinal anaesthesia: A randomized controlled trial.

    Khyber Med Univ J 2014; 6(1): 5-8. (1ST AUTHOR) 

6. Post Dural Puncture Headache; Comparison Of 25 And 27g Spinal Needle In   

    Urological Patients. KJMS January-June, 2014,Vol (1): 40-43(2ndAUTHOR)    

7. Comparison of dexamethasone plus metoclopramide, with

    dexamethasone alone in the prevention of postoperative nausea and

    vomiting in patients undergoing elective craniotomy

     Pak J Neurol Surg 2010; Vol 14, No 2: 122-25(1ST AUTHOR)      

8. The effects of intravenous lignocaine on pain during injection of

     medium and long-chain triglyceride propofol emulsions

     J Postgrad Med Inst 2010; Vol 24, No 3: 222-25(1ST AUTHOR)

9. Cardiovascular Responses to Scalp Infiltration, Using Adrenaline,

    with Or without Lignocaine, During Craniotomy.

    J Postgrad Med Inst 2010; Vol 24, No 2: 142-46(1ST AUTHOR)

10. Acute Extradural Hematoma in Pediatric Age Group:

    A Study of 50 Cases.

    Pak J Neurol Surg 2009; Vol 13, No 2: 65-69(3RD AUTHOR)    

11.  Incidence of Pain on Propofol Injection and Efficacy of Lignocaine

      or  Selecting big vein or both combined in reducing it.

      J Postgrad Med Inst 2006; Vol 20, No 1: 8 – 11(1ST AUTHOR)

12.Perioperative Management of Surgical Patients with Diabetes Mellitus

    J Postgrad Med Inst 1998; Vol 12, No 1: 1 - 4 (2ND AUTHOR)     

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