Dr. Mohammed Soliman, MS.
ICU Specialist at Ibrahim Ben Hammed Obaidullah
hospital – Ras Al Khaimah – UAE.
Phone No: +971-*********
E-mail address: email@example.com
Home Address: Mina Al-Arab – Ras Alkhaimah.
Name: Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Soliman Ahmed Moharam.
Date of Birth: Sept. 18th 1985.
Place of Birth: Alexandria, Egypt.
Marital state: Married.
Address: Minal El Arab- Ras Alkhaimah.
Native language: Arabic.
Acquired language: Fluent English.
Passed a (Local TOEFL exam) with a general grade
(Very Good) on October, 2015.
Professional & Employment Qualifications :
Intern (House officer) at Alexandria University Hospitals from March 1st 2009 to February 28th 2010.
Commissioned physician in Primary Health Care and family medicine Units, Ministry of Health, Egypt. March 2010 to May 2011.
ICU registrar: at Alexandria fever, GIT and hepatology hospital, Egypt.
(General ICU, Hepatology ICU, Tetanus & CNS infections ICU of 15 beds). From May 2011 up till January 2018.
Resident trainee at Alexandria Main University hospitals (5 ICUs) March 2012 to June 2013. With clinical rotation in different Critical care Medicine causalities e.g. General ICU, Trauma ICU, Burn ICU, Cardiology ICU, Neurology ICU and Toxicology ICU.
ICU specialist at general medical and post-operative ICU, Mabaret Al Assafra (East) hospital, Alexandria, Egypt (27 general ICU beds). From Jan. 2013 till April 2016.
ICU Specialist and Coordinator at Andalusia Hospitals (Al- Salamah Semouha), Alexandria, Egypt. (General & cardiology & post-operative ICU of 17 beds using medica plus system for investigations and drugs request and progress notes documentation) From July 2013 up till December 2017.
ICU Registrar (LOCUM) at Amiri hospital ICU department, Kuwait.
(15 general and surgical ICU beds) from 27th November 2016 till 26th February 2017.
ICU registrar at New Mowasat hospital (ACI and JCI accredited private hospital), using HMI system, General, cardiac and surgical ICU, Hawally, Kuwait since 17th January 2018 till 11th of May, 2021.
ICU Specialist (LOCUM) at RAK field hospital (46 ICU beds) as a part of COVID-19 ICU project under SEHA Abu Dhabi health services Co. from 10th of May, 2021 till 5th of June, 2021.
ICU Specialist (LOCUM) at Al-Ain hospital (44 COVID-19 ICU beds) using Salamtak Cerner, as a part of COVID-19 ICU project under SEHA Abu Dhabi health services Co. from 7th of June, 2021 till 22nd of June, 2021.
ICU Specialist at Ibrahim Ben Hammed Obaidullah Hospital at Ras Al khaimah (more than 50 COVID ICU beds) using Wareed Cerner – As a part of COVID-19 ICU project (Through subcontractor: Interhealth Canada Company) since 23rd of June till present.
M.B.B.Ch: Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt, in October 2008 with a general grade: very good with honors.
Master's Degree of Critical Care Medicine: Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt, Jan., 2016. CGPA: 2.412
One paper had been published on December, 2015 in Biolife international journal.
The following is the publication:
Effect of different modes of ventilation on diaphragmatic excursion in mechanically ventilated patients
Amr Abdullah ElSayed El Morsy (MD, PhD)a, Haitham Mohammed Hamdy Tammam (MD, PhD)b, Mohammed Ahmed Soliman Ahmed Moharram (MBBCh)a Department of Critical Care Medicine, University of Alexandria, Egypt.
All ICU procedures are mastered:
1- Airway management (ETT insertion, Needle and surgical Cricothyridotomy and Percutaneous Tracheostomy).
2- Chest tube insertion & management.
3- Central venous line insertion (Int.Jugular, Subclavian and Femoral) with both blind and Ultrasound guided techniques.
4- Arterial line insertion: (radial, brachial and femoral) with both blind and Ultrasound guided techniques.
5- Dialysis catheter insertion (femoral, Int.jugular, subclavian) with both blind and Ultrasound guided techniques.
6- FAST (Focused Assessment of Abdomen in Trauma). 7- Trans venous temporary Pacemaker insertion & management. 8- Ascetic and Pleural fluid tapping (regular & U\S guided) 9- Lumbar puncture.
All ICU management strategies & protocols are
1- Ventilatory support (modes, setting) & weaning protocols. 2- Management of Coma patients (Traumatic, Toxicological or Medical etiology)
3- Interpretation of blood gases and acid-base balance. 4- Interpretation of Electrocardiogram (ECG) and management of all type of dysrhythmias and acute coronary syndrome (ACS). 5- Sepsis diagnosis & management.
6- Management of patients on continuous renal replacement therapy
7- Management of All critically ill medical, surgical and trauma patients. 8- Hemodynamic monitoring and support.
9- All of sedative techniques have been mastered.
10- Special interest in management of critically Ill hepatic patients and CNS Infections patients.
Assist. Prof. Dr. Amr Abdallah El Morsy, MD: Assist. Prof. Critical Care Medicine, Faculty of medicine, Alexandria University and Consultant of Critical Care Medicine in Mabaret Al Assafra (East) Hospital Egypt. Mobile: +201*********.
Dr. Sherif Abdel Fattah M.D: Lecturer of Critical Care Medicine, Faculty of medicine, Alexandria University & Consultant of ICU in Andalusia Hospitals, Alexandria, Egypt.
Mobile: +201********* - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Amr Esmat M.D. : Lecturer of Critical Care Medicine, Faculty of medicine, Cairo University & Consultant of ICU in Andalusia Hospitals, Alexandria, Egypt.
Mobile: 010******** – Email: email@example.com.
Dr. Ashraf Essam Roushdy M.D, FRCP (Edin): Lecturer of Critical Care Medicine, Faculty of medicine, Alexandria University & Consultant of ICU in Andalusia Hospitals, Alexandria, Egypt.
Mobile: 010******** - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Ahmed Taher M.D: Lecturer of critical care medicine, Faculty of medicine, Cairo University & consultant of ICU in Andalusia hospitals Alexandria, Egypt.
Mobile: +201********* - Email: email@example.com.
Professor Dr. Ahmed Mohareb: Professor of Anesthesia and critical care medicine- Assiut University, Egypt and Head of department of critical care medicine in New Mowasat hospital Mobile: +965********.
Professor Dr. Naglaa Abdelhady: professor of Anesthesia and surgical critical care – Ain Shams University, Egypt and Head of department of Anesthesia and ICU at New Mowasat Hospital, Hawally, Kuwait. Mobile: +965******** – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr-Yvonne Becker- Head of Critical care department at Ibarhim Ben Hammad Obaidullah hospital.
Mobile: +971********* E-mail: email@example.com 8