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Last updated: 4 Aug 2020
I started in New cross in 2018. I had my plans to upgrade the unit to provide a state-of-the-art thoracic service to the black country community. All the thanks and praise to Allah, with perseverance and team work, the Robotic thoracic program commenced in 10 months. I am the lead Robotic Thoracic Surgery Consultant in New Cross Hospital (RWNT). This is the first Robotic program in the West midlands.
In addition, I set up a complete Pectus program. We also updated the endobronchial service for palliative airway disorders.
I have extensive experience in Lung cancer, Myasthenia Gravis, and Hyperhidrosis.
Furthermore, I have special interest in Chest wall reconstruction and major airway surgery.
Areas of interest
Robotic Thoracic Surgery.
Key hole surgery (VATS): including lung cancer.
Hyperhidrosis (VATS sympathectomy).
Pectus Repair: surgical and nonsurgical.
Airway procedures: Surgery, Stents and LASER.
Chest wall reconstruction.
Current NHS consultant posts held
M.D., M.S.c., F.R.C.S.(CTh)
Consultant Thoracic Surgeon
The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust
Primary investigator for UKLVRS and RAMON
Swimming and Cycling
“Left VATS Diaphragmatic plication”: Webinar worldwide presentation with questions from pioneers.
Won best Thoracic video: March 2018.
(Additional) Languages spoken
- Arabic - Native or bilingual
“Post-Operative Atrial Fibrillation: Reduction of Incidence in Thoracoscopic versus Open Lobectomy for Lung Cancer”. Zaheer Ahmad Tahir, Azar Hussein, Mohammed Khalil, Syed Qadri, Ahmed Habib, Mubarak Chaudhry and Mahmoud Loubani. Clinics in Surgery, Feb 2018.
Courses offered to GPs
Role of Surgery for Lung cancer
View photos of my work
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View videos on youtube
- Removal of needle for Heart by key hole surgery. Patient discharged home following day.
- Robotic left lower lobectomy for Lung Cancer. Patient discharged home day 2 post op
- Right Robotic Sympathectomy for Hyperhidrosis
- Robotic left upper lobectomy for lung cancer. Patient discharged home day 2 post op.
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