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Sahibzada Nasir Mansoor

Sahibzada Nasir Mansoor
Armed Forces Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine AFIRM, Rawalpindi,Pakistan · Rehabilitation medicine

Fellow of College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan FCPS in Physical medicine and rehabilitation (PMR), MCPS in HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION(HPE) MS Pain Medicine

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Introduction
I am a consultant in rehabilitation medicine with post graduate fellowship from CPSP, and Membership in health professions education MCPS(HPE) from CPSP and MSc in Pain medicine from Riphah University. I am currently working as Assistant professor and Training officer at Armed forces institute of rehabilitation medicine (AFIRM) Rawalpindi Pakistan. I am also incharge of Research and development cell at AFIRM. Currently managing a 130 bedded COVID 19 isolation facility
Additional affiliations
July 2018 - present
National University of Medical Sciences
Position
  • Faculty Member
June 2018 - present
Armed Forces Postgraduate Medical Institute
Armed Forces Postgraduate Medical Institute
Position
  • Faculty Member
January 2018 - present
College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan
Position
  • workshop facilitator
Education
June 2014 - June 2017
College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan
Field of study
  • MEDICAL EDUCATION
July 2013 - July 2015
Riphah International University
Field of study
  • PAIN MEDICINE
January 2006 - January 2008
Armed Forces Postgraduate Medical Institute
Armed Forces Postgraduate Medical Institute
Field of study
  • REHABILITATION MEDICINE

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Publications (96)
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Medical profession is demanding and requires long working hours, lengthy procedures, and constant posturing. Musculoskeletal disorders are common among health care professionals (HCP). The commonest musculoskeletal disorders reported include pain in the neck, back, shoulders, elbows, wrists, repetitive strain disorders, nerve injuries and chronic p...
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Antimuscarinics are first-line medication for management of overactive bladder with solifenacin being commonly prescribed. Angioedema is the swelling of mucosa and submucosal tissue. There are no published case reports of drug-induced angioedema involving solifenacin. We report a case of a 41-year-old man with spinal cord injury who presented with...
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The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has adversely affected economy, social life, and educational services all around the globe. Medical colleges and universities are facing challenges to provide quality education to their students during this prolonged period of lockdown. Technologically advanced countries have systems in place for e-learning...
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The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a recent pandemic which has spread to over 200 countries of the world since its outbreak. As of 21st April, 2020, more than 2.3 million confirmed cases have been reported. The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a strategic preparedness response plan for countries at risk. This is based on the know...
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This presentation describes the principles of creating good PowerPoint presentations. It also discusses the right way of presentation skills
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Objective To compare the different learning style preferences among full time specialty clinicians and post graduate residents. Study design Quantitative cross sectional comparative study Place and duration of study Lahore medical and dental college, Lahore from Jan 2018 to June 2018 Patients and methods Participants were sampled by convenience. In...
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Introduction Scientific misconduct is a global issue. There is low awareness among health professionals regarding plagiarism, particularly in developing countries, including Pakistan. There is no formal training in the ethical conduct of research or writing for under- and post-graduate students in the majority of medical schools in Pakistan. Intern...
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Sternocleidomastoid anomalies are mostly discovered in cadavers during routine dissection. Such anomalies causing torticollis are rare in adults. We report a case of accessory mid-clavicular head of the sternocleidomastoid causing torticollis in an adult. Case: A previously healthy 27-year-old man presented with neck and shoulder pain following hea...
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Context/Objective: Inadequate bladder management in spinal cord injury (SCI) patients results in significant morbidity and even mortality. Clean intermittent catheterization (CIC) is the recommended option for SCI patients. The objective of the study was to document the bladder management practices of SCI patients in a developing country. Design: Q...
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The biceps is the supinator and secondary flexor muscle of the forearm. Injury to the long head of the biceps occurs in the middle aged and elderly; most commonly due to trauma and sudden eccentric contraction of the biceps whilst lifting a weight. It can be diagnosed clinically and further confirmed by sonography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MR...
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Introduction: Accessory navicular bone (ANB) is present in 4–20% of the general population. It can cause of midfoot pain and consequently may lead to flat foot. The patient usually presents with pain and swelling on the medial aspect of the foot with difficulty on walking. Diagnosis is often delayed. Case reports: We report the clinical presentatio...
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Physical therapists work in different medical and related settings and serve to maintain and restore functional capability. Pakistan has a disability rate of 2.65% with a total of around 5.035 million disabled people. Physical therapy as a profession started in 1956 at the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre with a 2-year diploma, later on 4 years b...
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Context: Penile cleavage is a rare complication of spinal cord injury (SCI) in patients with a chronic indwelling catheter. We report two cases of chronic SCI who developed penile urethral cleavage after prolonged use of an indwelling catheter for bladder management. Findings: A 25-year-old wheelchair mobile male with T7 American Spinal Injury Asso...
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Introduction The Pakistan military has been actively engaged in the war against terror for more than a decade. Many officers and soldiers have lost their limbs in this war. But the data on traumatic lower limb amputations in Pakistan is sparse. The aim of this study is to prospectively document the epidemiological profile of lower limb military am...
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Alkaptonuria is a rare inborn error of metabolism, which is classified as an orphan disease. It is due to the lack of an enzyme homogentisate 1,2-dioxygenase, which results in an accumulation of homogentisic acid in different areas of the body, including sclera, skin, cardiac valves, articular cartilage of the large joints and intervertebral disks....
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Leeches are found in fresh water as well as moist marshy tropical areas. Orifical Hirudiniasis is the presence of leech in natural human orifices. Leech have been reported in nose, oropharynx, vagina, rectum and bladder but leech per urethra is very rare. We report a case of leech in urethra causing hematuria and bleeding disorder in the form of ep...
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Medical writing has become an essential skill for anybody in academia and engaged in teaching. Workshops on medical writing are an effective way to teach the essential skills of medical writing to students and faculty members. There is a huge demand for these workshops all around the globe. Usually there is no curriculum of medical writing for the...
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To determine the pattern of peripheral nerve injuries in Pakistani soldiers in the War against terror. Case series. Department of Electrodiagnosis at Armed Forces Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine (AFIRM), Rawalpindi, Pakistan, from June 2008 to June 2011. All new cases of war wounded soldiers with peripheral nerve injuries were consecutively en...
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Rupture of tibialis posterior tendon is a known cause of acquired flat foot but the diagnosis is missed or delayed in most of the cases. It may lead to significant morbidity. We present a case of 13 years old boy with history of blunt trauma to his left foot one year back and presented with pain medial aspect of right foot and difficulty in prolong...
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Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) can lead to insufficiency fractures due to bone weakness associated with the disease and its pharmacologic management. We report a 56 year old female with three weeks history of progressive non-traumatic pain and swelling in her right leg with inability to bear weight. X ray revealed a healing fracture of the lower third o...
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Objectives: To assess the outcome of early endoscopy in terms of frequency of different causes of upper gastrointestinal bleeding at a tertiary care hospital. Patients and Methods: Study was carried out in department of medicine Military Hospital Rawalpindi. Two hundred and forty four after cosen. Patients of upper gastrointestinal bleeding fulfill...
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A 67 years old previously healthy gentleman presented with two months history of pain and weakness left shoulder and arm. There was no history of trauma. His dominant hand was right. He gave history of lifting a heavy bag of wheat one month back when he felt a sudden " pop " and excruciating pain in his left upper anterior arm near the shoulder. He...
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Spinal Cord is the official journal of the International Spinal Cord Society. It provides complete coverage of all aspects of spinal injury and disease.
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A 67 years old previously healthy gentleman presented with two months history of pain and weakness left shoulder and arm. There was no history of trauma. His dominant hand was right. He gave history of lifting a heavy bag of wheat one month back when he felt a sudden " pop " and excruciating pain in his left upper anterior arm near the shoulder. He...
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Heavy back packs carried for prolonged durations can cause different musculoskeletal and neurological problems especially in the untrained and physically vulnerable individuals. They can cause postural disorders, gait abnormalities, muscular strains, pains and injuries to the brachial plexus and nerves resulting in significant morbidity and at time...
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Spinal Cord is the official journal of the International Spinal Cord Society. It provides complete coverage of all aspects of spinal injury and disease.
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Epidemiological research on Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI) in Pakistan is limited tohospital based surveys. Further limitations are the absence of a national trauma registry, asmall sample size in reported studies, under-representation of certain regions and a lackof focus on non-traumatic spinal cord injuries (NTSCI). The demographics of SCI inPakista...
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Heavy back packs carried for prolonged durations can cause different musculoskeletal and neurological problems especially in the untrained and physically vulnerable individuals. They can cause postural disorders, gait abnormalities, muscular strains, pains and injuries to the brachial plexus and nerves resulting in significant morbidity and at time...
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Letter to the editor Re: Burns AS, O'Connell C. The challenge of spinal cord injury care in the developing world. J Spinal Cord Med. 2012; 35:3–8. To the editor: We have read "The challenge of spinal cord injury care in the developing world" 1 by Burns and O'Connell with interest. They have presented an excellent review of the Spinal Cord Injury (S...
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To identify the epidemiological pattern of traumatic spinal cord injuries (SCI) presenting at a rehabilitation institute of a developing country. Eighty three patients of traumatic SCI admitted at Armed Forces Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine in 2006 fulfilling the inclusion criteria were enrolled. Detailed clinical evaluation and radiological...

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