Radwan El Husseini

Dr. Radwan El Husseini Consultant


Years of Experience : 30

Nationality : France

Languages Known : English, Arabic, French

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Biography

Dr. Radwan El Husseini has a rich experience of 30 years that spans across countries like France, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and UAE. He is credited with successfully conducting the first cardiac transplant in Lebanon in 1999. During his career, he has performed numerous thoracic surgeries, treated benign and malignant thoracic lesions, conducted thoracoscopy for pneumothorax and malignant conditions. He has also conducted vascular surgeries covering AAA, bypass graft, femoropopliteal and distal graft, sympathectomy, venous surgery, filter-cave, permcath, and also handled thoracic activity open and thoracoscopic cases and vascular and cardiac activity cases. He is adept in all thoracoscopic techniques and vascular emergencies, AV fistula, road traffic accident, and even war injuries. Due to his academic bent of mind, he also regularly conducts lectures and presents scientific papers at relevant medical platforms.

Education & Training

  • Diploma of Doctor of Medicine (MD), Faculty of Medicine Sofia, France, 1986
  • University Certificate in Anatomy and Surgical Technique Applied in Emergency, Faculty of Medicine of Marseille, Aix-Marseilles II University, Marseille, France, 1991
  • Diploma of Specialist in Thoracic and Cardio-Vascular Surgery (French Board), Faculty of Medicine of Marseille, Aix-Marseilles, University, Marseille, France, 1992
  • Diploma of Specialist in Vascular Surgery, French College of Vascular Surgery, 1993
  • University Certificate in Practical Surgery and Pathological Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine of Marseille, Aix-Marseilles II University, Marseille, France, 1993
  • Master’s Degree Certificate in Biological and Medical Sciences, Certificate in General Surgical Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine of Marseille, Aix-Marseilles II University, Marseille, France, 1993

Expertise

  • Cardiovascular Surgery
  • Thoracic Surgery
  • VATS
  • Mini thoracotomy Surgery
  • Lung and Chest Oncology

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