Ahmad Subhy Alsheikhly

Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar Qatar

Professor of Emergency Surgery and Medicine at Hamad Medical corporation and Weill Cornell medical college-Qatar, he received his MB, CHB degree from Salahaddin medical college, north of Iraq at 1983, then became a qualified surgeon by getting the fellowship of Arab Board in General Surgery at 1994, that was followed by the FRCSI (Fellow of the Royal College of surgeons in Ireland) at 2004. Now he is a member of the European society of intensive care medicine (ESICM), the American college of emergency physicians (ACEP) and international society of surgery (MISS/SIC). He has published more than 32 studies including original, case report and review articles all over the world, in addition to a book in Human anatomy and a chapter of Splenic artery aneurysm in a book titled (Aneurysm) at 2012. He has been participating very actively in large groups of conferences as presenter, supervised post graduate candidates, as well as sharing his clinical work as emergency physician and surgeon, training undergraduate medical students, and leading many researchers to achieve and publish their studies.

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As physicians, we have a constant passion for improving and maintaining patient's care and safety. The book is divided into three parts focusing on the essentials of general concepts, diagnosis, and management of accident and emergency medicine, as well as an academic approach to teaching in the emergency setting. The chapters selected for this book are written by an excellent group of recognized emergency surgeons and physicians from different countries and cultures facilitating a comprehensive and interesting approach to the problems of emergency treatment. We hope this book will be helpful and used worldwide by medical students, clinicians, and researchers enhancing their knowledge and advancing their objectives by a book that intends to become a reference text for research and practice within accident and emergency medicine.

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