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Dr. Ahmed Hamdy Ramadan

MSc and Medical Doctorate (MD) in internal Medicine , MRCP UK(I), Arab Board of Gastroenterology

Consultant Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology

Work Experience

  • Dr. Ahmed has more than 17 years of experience in the field of Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology. 
  • Associate professor of Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology at Faculty of medicine and  Kasr Al Ainy Hospitals, Cairo University, Egypt. 
  • Former Consultant of Internal Medicine , Saudi Arabia
  • Former Senior Specialist of Gastroenterology Hepatology and Endoscopy, MOH, Oman.
  • Former Senior Specialist Of Gastroenterology, MOH, Kuwait

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Arabic

Special Interest

  • More than 13 years’ experience performing GI procedures diagnostic and therapeutic OGD and colonoscopy. 
  • Managing all types of hepatic, biliary and GI diseases.
  • Very good experiences in the management  of viral hepatitis B & C and other liver diseases
  • Very good experiences in managing diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, GERD and common medical problems. 
  • Management of gastric problems, IBD an IBS and treatment of liver diseases.
  • More than 16 years’ experience in diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopies including emergency endoscopies, screening colonoscopy, polypectomy and gastric balloon for weight reduction

Research / Publications

As a faculty member, research is a very important aspect in our work, examples of publications : - 

  • Role of EUS and EUS – guided FNA in endoscopic biopsy negative GI lesions (EUS Journal, July 2017, IF 2:8).
  • Role of MRI in the assessment of treatment response after RF and MW ablation therapy for HCC (March 2016).
  • Methylene Tetrahydrofolate Reductase, TGF – I and lymphotoxin  polymorphism and susceptibility to Rheumatoid Arthritis (Brazilian Journal Rheumatology June 2016 IF 1.08).
  • Relationship between MMp – 9 and common Carotid Artery Intima Media Thickness ( Neurological Science IF 1.75). 
  • Degree of Hyper-dynamic circulation correlates with the severity of liver disease and predicts outcome in SBP patients in ICU (Open Journal of Gastroenterology IF 0.3) and published as a poster in the 37th international symposium of ICU March 2017.
  • Serum adipokines in patient with NAFLD is there a role for predicting severity of liver diseases? (Internal Medicine, 2015, IF 2.4).
  • Serum Fetuin A levels : are there reliable markers for hepatic steatosis and regional adiposity in renal transplant recipients? (Transplantation proceedings , IF 0.982). 
  • Underweight may be a risk factor for lower bone density in chronic hepatitis C infected male patients American Journal of Internal Medicine, 2015, IF 2.1). 
  • Irisin level in type 2 diabetic patients and its relation toglycomic control and diabetic complications ( Journal of diabetes and its complications, IF 2.95).