Dr. Nehad Nabil Halawa completed his MBBCh at the University of Banha, Egypt in 1986, and then finished his Master’s Degree (MSc in Anesthesia and Critical Care) from the same university in 1995. He has clinical attachments with various government hospitals in the region, including the quarantine of Rafah, Northern Sinai, Egypt; Sisco Polyclinic Jeddah, KSA; General Hospital, Oman; and Dibba Hospital, Oman. Dr. Nehad has good experience in the ICU, especially in head injury and polytrauma management, which includes mechanical ventilation, central line insertion, percutaneous tracheostomies, and chest tube insertion, among others. He was once a member of the escorting team for critical cases, where critically ill guests were transported to higher centers in the USA and Australia via air ambulance and commercial flights. In 2004, he moved to continue his practice in the UAE. He became involved in Continuing Medical Education Programs as a speaker on aviation medicine, fever in the ICU, post-operative jaundice, steroids in ARDS, hyperammonemia in the ICU, and non-invasive ventilation. His field of interest is mechanical ventilation.