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Shereen Farghaly Gad Ahmed

Demonstrator, Department of Chest Diseases , Faculty of Medicine, Assiut University

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Current Address

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el zahraa

Office Tel.

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0882413711

Home Tel.

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0882289164

E-Mail

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shereen@aun.edu.eg
shereen_hssn@yahoo.com

google scholar link

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https://scholar.google.com.eg/citations?user=mUuDKZ0AAAAJ&hl=en
Educational Qualifications:
  • M.D. In chest diseases, Faculty of medicine, Assiut university, 2013
  • M. Sc. In chest diseases, Faculty of medicine, Assiut university, 2007


 

 
  • Demonstrator, Department of Chest Diseases, Faculty of Medicine, Assiut University, 2006

Research fields:
Respiratory ICU , Chest , critical care medicine , sleep medicine

Publications:

1 - Shereen FarghalyMD∗, Ali A.HasanMD, Diaphragm ultrasoundasanewmethodtopredictextubation outcome inmechanicallyventilatedpatients, AustralianCriticalCare, Vol. 30, pp. 37–43, 2017
2 - Samiaa H. Sadeka, Shereen Farghalya, Madleen A.A. Abdoub, Mona H.M. Abdel-Rahimc, Bedside inflammatory mediators in pulmonary tuberculosis, Egyptian Journal of Bronchology, January, 2017
3 - Shereen Farghaly a, Samiaa Hamdy Sadek a,⇑, Amal M. Abdel-Aal b, Amal A. Mahmoud b, Ahmed A. Obiedallah c, Samir Kamal Abdulhamid, Early markers of renal damage in obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) patients with or without diabetes mellitus, Egyptian Journal of Chest Diseases and Tuberculosis, September, 2017
4 - ShereenFarghaly1,*,AlaaThabet2Chest , Role of continuous positive airway pressure in patients with combined sleep apnea syndrome without congestive heart failure, TheEgyptianSocietyofChestDiseasesandTuberculosis EgyptianJournalofChestDiseasesandTuberculosis , www.elsevier.com/locate/ejcdtwww.sciencedirect.com, 1-7, TheEgyptianSocietyofChestDiseasesandTuberculosis, April, 2016
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5 - Shereen Farghaly, Mostafa Galal, Ali A. Hasan, Asmaa Nafady , Brain natriuretic peptide as a predictor of weaning from mechanical ventilation in patients with respiratory illness, Australian Critical Care , elsevier, www.elsevier.com/locate/aucc, 2015
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