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Mohammed Khazi Fayaz, Consultant Cardiothoracic Anaesthetist
I am a fully trained Cardiac Anaesthetist from India & having completed the modular training in All Welsh Anaesthesia rotation I achieved Certificate of completion of training (CCST) in Anaesthesia in United Kingdom. As a part of my training programme I also worked as an Honorary Research Associate in Cardiac anaesthesia at University Hospital of Wales & an year of advanced training in Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia at Glenfield Hospital, Leicester to become a Consultant Cardiothoracic Anaesthetist since October 2004.
Blood conservation & coagulation
Minimal access cardiac surgery including robotics
Opioid sparing effects of diclofenac & paracetamol lead to improved outcome after cardiac surgery. Fayaz MK et al J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesthesia, 2004,Dec;18(6);742-7
Histamine release during adult Cardiopulmonary bypass. Fayaz M K et al . Anaesthesia volume 60, issue 12, pages 1179- 84
Assessment of platelet aggregation using Multiplate during cardiac surgery.
Histamine release during cardiopulmonary bypass
Cerebral oximetry in cardiac surgery
Validation of Echocardiography in Cardiac surgery
Additional Educational Information
MD(Anaesthesiology) MAHE University, Manipal, India
FFARSCI (Royal College Surg Ireland, Dublin)
Accreditation in Transesophageal echocardiography (European Society of Cardiology)