Dr Wael Sadaqa

Dr Wael Sadaqa
An-Najah National University · Anesthesia and Intensive care

Consultant Anesthesia and Intensive care

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Introduction
Ass Prof /Anesthesia and Intensive care / Faculty of medicine / An-Najah National University. Head of Anesthesia and SICU department / An-Najah National University Hospital \ Nablus \ Palestine. Member of anesthesia and intensive care high committee /palestinian medical council. Member of pain management subcommittee / WFSA. Member of ICU board committee / Arab board of Anesthesia and Intensive care.
Additional affiliations
January 2000 - present
An-Najah National University
Position
  • Head of Department
Education
February 1996 - March 2000
Al-Makassed Islamic Charitable Society Hospital
Field of study
  • Anesthesia and intinsive care

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Our Hypothesis was that the nasopharyngeal passage of the endotracheal tube can be facilitated by (a sterile gloves finger ) acting as a pathfinder . Accordingly , we performed a randomized , controlled trial with blinded assessment of nasopharyngeal bleeding and contamination of the tip of the endotracheal tube . After the induction of anesthesia...
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Executive Summary Background: The Cause of Death Registry is a vital national statistics database of deaths and the underlying and contributing causes of death in Palestine. The database is located at the Palestinian Health Information Center at the Ministry of Health (MoH) and was legally established in 1994 by virtue of the Civil Registration Law...
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Endoscopic procedures and stent technology innovations have significantly developed their usage in gastrointestinal illnesses. The use of stents in the GI tract has expanded to encompass a wide range of malignant and benign diseases and anatomical sites. However, whether covered self-expanding stents can help control postoperative small bowel leaks...
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Background Postoperative nausea and vomiting (PONV) and postoperative pain (POP) are most commonly experienced in the early hours after surgery. Many studies have reported high rates of PONV and POP, and have identified factors that could predict the development of these complications. This study aimed to evaluate the relationship between PONV and...
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Left ventricular assist device (LVAD) are widely accepted nowadays as a successful tool either for bridging the patients with end-stage heart failure to heart transplantation or as destination therapy in patients with advanced heart failure who fall medical therapy .The second generation of axial-flow device , such as the HeartMate II, provide a sa...
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Left ventricular assist device (LVAD) are widely accepted nowadays as a successful tool either for bridging the patients with end-stage heart failure to heart transplantation or as destination therapy in patients with advanced heart failure who fall medical therapy .The second generation of axial-flow device , such as the HeartMate II, provide a sa...
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Background: The primary goal of cardiac surgery is not just a minimally acceptable outcome where the patient survives without life threatening complications, but a healthy productive long term survivor. There is no universally accepted technique for anesthesia management during cardiac surgery,Anesthetic protocols in cardiac surgery are investigate...
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Context: Some reports have been published regarding the effectiveness of Tranexamic acid (TXA) on reducing blood loss and blood transfusion in patients undergoing orthopedic and major orthopedic surgery We performed a prospective randomized control study to evaluate the effectiveness and safety of preoperative tranexamic acid use on blood transfusi...
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Tranexamic acid use and post operative outcome in patients undergoing spine surgery for scoliosis in An-Najah National University Hospital / Palestine: A prospective, randomized, double blinded study. Abstract. Context. Some reports have been published regarding the effectiveness of Tranexamic acid (TXA) on reducing blood loss and blood transfusion...
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Background: Complications related to central venous catheters in the intensive care unit can be fatal. We recently had a case of pneumomediastinitis. Case Report: An 18 years old lady with acute myeloid leukemia to An-Najah National University Hospital for a second course chemotherapy. At the day of admission central line insertion is planned for s...
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Background: Maxillofacial surgical procedures often require nasotracheal intubation as an alternative method for achieving general anesthesia. The procedure for intubation involves achieving neuromuscular blockade followed by passing the endotracheal tube (ETT) into the trachea. Objectives: Our hypothesis was that the nasopharyngeal passage of the...
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Complications related to central venous catheters in the intensive care unit can be fatal. We recently had a case of pneumomediastinitis. An 18 years old lady with acute myeloid leukemia to An-Najah National University Hospital for a second course chemotherapy. At the day of admission central line insertion is planned for starting the chemotherapy....
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The consultant, a Pediatric Emergency Physician and an Assistant Professor from Loma Linda University School of Medicine, worked with the Palestinian Health Sector Reform and Development Project from May 22 through June 2, 2011 as related to Task 2.1.3: Strengthen the Capacity of Palestinian Health institutions to Provide Quality Emergency Care Ser...

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What kind of evaluation method you usually use to evaluate Cognitive Performance in an Anesthesiology and ICU Residency Program?
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Cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of death in patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD). Hypertension is a major risk factor for cardiovascular complications in these patients. Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors are an effective treatment for hypertension in patients with ESRD and are known to improve prognosis in patients with chronic renal failure.

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