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Mohammed T. Numan

Professor
Department of Pediatrics
The University of Texas Health Science Center
United States of America

Mohammed T. Numan

Biography

Dr. Mohammed T. Numan is currently working as a Professor in the Department of Pediatrics, University of Texas Medical School , United States of America. His research interests includes Congenital Heart interventional catheterization: •Diagnostic hemodynamics and angiography •Device closures of ASD, PDA, Peri membranous and muscular VSD, Fenestrations and collaterals. •Angioplasties and stent placements of pulmonary arteries, Aorta, Vena cava and renal arteries. •Trans septal punctures and atrial Septostomies • Balloon aortic and pulmonary valvuloplasties Cardiac Electrophysiology: •Non invasive diagnostic procedures including Signal averaged ECG, Holter Monitoring, exercise testing, Tilt table test, Event monitors and T wave micro voltage. •Trans Esophageal Electrophysiology testing •Implantation and management of Pace makers and ICD •Implantation of Bi ventricular Resynchronization devices •Performing invasive EP testing. •Conducting ablative therapy using RF energy, Cryo ablation and cooled tip ablation. •Performing and interpretation of Congenital heart Echocardiography including fetal Echo and 3- Dimensional Echo. He is serving as an editorial member and reviewer of several international reputed journals. Dr. Mohammed T. Numan is the of many international affiliations. He has successfully completed his responsibilities. He has authored of many research articles/books related to Congenital Heart interventional catheterization: •Diagnostic hemodynamics and angiography •Device closures of ASD, PDA, Peri membranous and muscular VSD, Fenestrations and collaterals. •Angioplasties and stent placements of pulmonary arteries, Aorta, Vena cava and renal arteries. •Trans septal punctures and atrial Septostomies • Balloon aortic and pulmonary valvuloplasties Cardiac Electrophysiology: •Non invasive diagnostic procedures including Signal averaged ECG, Holter Monitoring, exercise testing, Tilt table test, Event monitors and T wave micro voltage. •Trans Esophageal Electrophysiology testing •Implantation and management of Pace makers and ICD •Implantation of Bi ventricular Resynchronization devices •Performing invasive EP testing. •Conducting ablative therapy using RF energy, Cryo ablation and cooled tip ablation. •Performing and interpretation of Congenital heart Echocardiography including fetal Echo and 3- Dimensional Echo.

Research Interest

Congenital Heart interventional catheterization: •Diagnostic hemodynamics and angiography •Device closures of ASD, PDA, Peri membranous and muscular VSD, Fenestrations and collaterals. •Angioplasties and stent placements of pulmonary arteries, Aorta, Vena cava and renal arteries. •Trans septal punctures and atrial Septostomies • Balloon aortic and pulmonary valvuloplasties Cardiac Electrophysiology: •Non invasive diagnostic procedures including Signal averaged ECG, Holter Monitoring, exercise testing, Tilt table test, Event monitors and T wave micro voltage. •Trans Esophageal Electrophysiology testing •Implantation and management of Pace makers and ICD •Implantation of Bi ventricular Resynchronization devices •Performing invasive EP testing. •Conducting ablative therapy using RF energy, Cryo ablation and cooled tip ablation. •Performing and interpretation of Congenital heart Echocardiography including fetal Echo and 3- Dimensional Echo.

Publications

  • El-Sisi AM, Gendi S, Dilawar M, Numan M. Helex Septal Occluder: Feasibility Study of Closure of Atrial Septal Defect. Pediatric Cardiology. 2007 Sep 25;29(1):84–9.

  • Dilawar M, Numan M, El-Sisi A, Gendi SM, Ahmad Z. Percutaneous Closure of Ventricular Septal Defect Associated with Tunnel-Shaped Aneurysm Using the Amplatzer Duct Occluder. Pediatric Cardiology. 2007 Oct 20;29(2):366–70.

  • Numan M, El Sisi A, Tofeig M, Gendi S, Tohami T, El-Said HG. Cribriform Amplatzer Device Closure of Fenestrated Atrial Septal Defects: Feasibility and Technical Aspects. Pediatric Cardiology. 2007 Nov 13;29(3):530–5.

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