DEPARTMENT OF PAEDIATRIC SURGERY

Professor Dr. Muhammad Sharif
MBBS,DCH,FCPS(Pediatric surgery),Diploma in European board,
Certified in pediatric laproscopy(France)

Head of Pediatric surgery department.

Office # 99211156-511
Email:docsharif23@gmail.com

Professor Dr. Muhammad Sharif

INTRODUCTION OF DEPARTMENT

The Department of Pediatric Surgery was created at King Edward Medical College, Mayo Hospital, Lahore in 1979 with a small nucleus of six beds in Paediatrics ward and four beds in Chest Surgical ward. The department moved to its present premises in 1981. The department has bed strength of 108 including 10 beds for intensive care and 12 for Surgical Neonatology. Subsequently another block was added to the main building in 1996. It houses four operation theatres for elective surgery and one operation theatre for emergency operations.The department provides round the clock emergency cover 7 days a week in addition to its outpatient and inpatient services. At present department has 8 residents of FCPS and 10 of M.S.  Paediatric Surgery and one resident for diploma in pediatric surgery at various stages of their training. Postgraduate trainees of Pediatrics and Surgery also rotate in the department for short periods of time. The sanctioned staff includes a Professor, an Associate Professor, 6 Assistant Professors, 4 Senior Registrars and 16 residents/registrars/medical officers alongwith 4 House officers. Present strength of teaching staff is Professor and two Assistant Professors.

OBJECTIVES AND GOALS
  • To provide basic knowledge of the subject at under graduate level.
  • To impart highest level of knowledge commensurate with international standards to post graduate trainees.
  • To prepare competent, conscientious and dedicated Pediatric Surgeons for the future.
  • To establish highest level of training program in the field of Pediatric surgery for the best possible care of neonatal and pediatric surgical patients.
  • To encourage the development of research attitude in the residents.
FACULTY

List of Faculty Members

Sr. Name Qualification Designation Email
1 Prof.Dr Muhammad Sharif MBBS,DCH,FCPS(Pediatric surgery),Diploma in European board,

Certified in pediatric laproscopy(France)

Professor/ HOD  

docsharif23@gmail.com

2 Dr. Fatima Naumeri M.C.P.S.(Surgery),
F.C.P.S. (Pediatric Surgery)
Assistant Professor drfatimanaumeri@kemu.edu.pk
3 Dr. Muhammad Kashif MS(Pediatric Surgery) Assistant Professor Kashif.paeds.surgeon@gmail.com

 

EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

Academic activities include teaching the subject of Pediatric Surgery to under graduate and post graduate students. Grand teaching  round by a senior faculty member with academic discussion is carried out regularly. Once a week case presentation by a resident and weekly Journal club helps trainees updating their knowledge. Monthly inter departmental clinical meetings with  Paediatric surgical units of other teaching hospitals of Lahore is also a regular feature of the department. Residents and faculty actively participate in Pediatric Surgery conferences, symposia and workshops.

RESEARCH

Research  Publications
1-  Peutz Jeghers Syndrome.  A Case Report And Review of Literature. Pakistan Journal of Pediatric Surgery,1994.
2-  Reverse Rotation Of Midgut Loop:  A Case Report.  Pakistan Journal of Pediatric Surgery Jan-Dec, 1996.
3- Neonatal Gastrointestinal perforation   Annals of K.E.M.C. July-Sep, 1997.
4-  Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia: Don’t Haste Surgery. Pakistan Postgraduate Journal April-June 1998.
5-  Non-Specific Necrotizing Jejunitis: A New Challenging Entity. Pakistan Journal of Surgery Jul-Dec 1998.
6-  Long  Gap Esophageal Atresia-How to gain length: An Experimental study. Annals of K.E.M.C. Oct-Dec 1998.
7-  Intussusception: What Leads in Children Beyond Infancy. Annals of K.E.M. C. Oct-Dec 1998.
8-  Plastibell– A Safe and Simple Device For Neonatal Circumcision. Pakistan Post Graduate Journal Oct-Dec  1998.
9-  Peutz Jeghers Syndrome: The Polyp May Be Malignant  The Professional Jan-Mar 2002.
10- Wound Infection After appendicectomy in Children: Prophylactic role of Metronidazole—SingleVersus three doses. Pakistan Postgraduate Journal Apr-Jun,2005.
11- Childhood Intussusception. Annals of K.E.M.C. 2005.
12- Oesophageal Atresia: Role Of Gap Length In Determining The Outcome. Biomedica. Jul-Sep 2005.
13 Trans-Symphyseal  Uretroplasty in Children.  Annals of K.E.M.C. Jul-Sep 2005.
14  Closure of emergency intestinal stoma in the same hospital stay.  JFJMC  July-Sept 20012.
15  Burns in Children; Early versus late excision and grafting. Professional Med J Sept-Oct 2012.

Ongoing research

  1. Comparison of Mitchell-Bank’s herniotomy with Ferguson-Gross’s herniotomy in terms of outcome in pediatric population.
  2. Outcome of tubularized incised plate urethroplaty with and without dartos flap.
  3. Use of undifferentiated mesenchymal stem cell in heel pad injuries.
  4. Comparison of primary and staged repair of recto-vestibular fistula in a female baby.
Name of Journal Topic
Sharif M et al: Association of Pediatric Surgeons Pakistan Journal Case Report

2010; 1:17

Immature Gastric teratoma; A rare tumor
Sharif M et al: Pakistan Journal of Medical & Health Sciences Vol.3 Issue 3, Jul-Sep 2009 Tracheoesophageal Fistula and Esophageal Atresia  experience at Children Hospital
Sharif M et al: Pakistan Journal of Medical & Health Sciences Vol.3 Issue 3, Jul-Sep 2009 Laparoscopic Management of Impalpable Testis
Sharif M et al: Journal of Fatima Jinnah Medical College. Vol. 3 Issue 2 April-Jun 2009 Congenital Lobar Emphysema Experience at The Children’s Hospital, Lahore
Sharif M et al: Journal of Fatima Jinnah Medical College. Vol. 3 Issue 2 April-June 2009 Malrotation, Variable Presentation: Experience at The Children’s Hospital, Lahore
Journal of PPA 2006 Abdominal tuberculosis in children
Sharif M et al: Annals of King Edward Medical College Lahore 2006 Impact of age, weight and delayed presentation on outcome of intussusceptions in children
Sharif M et al: Annals of King Edward Medical College Lahore Vol.11 issue 2 Apr. – Jun. 2005 Tracheoesophageal Fistula and Esophageal Atresia Experience at Mayo Hospital, Lahore.
Sharif M et al: Annals of King Edward Medical College Lahore Vol.9 Issue 4, Oct. – Dec. 2003 Management of Colonic Trauma an Experience at Mayo Hospital, Lahore.
Sharif M et al: Pakistan Journal of Pediatric Surgery Vol.6 (1999) No.1 & 2 i)      EthomoidalEncephalocele with Median Cleft Lip

ii)     Case Report of A Rare Entity: Scrotal Teratoma

Sharif M et al: Journal of The College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan May 1999 Volume 9 Number 5 Liposarcoma of Mandible in a child
Sharif M et al: Annals of King Edward Medical College Lahore Vol.5 Issue 2, Apr. – Jun. 1999 Solid tumors in children Mayo Hospital Experience
Sharif M et al: Journal of Surgery Pakistan (International) Vol.3 (2) April – June 1998 Mesenteric and Omental Cysts in children

 

 

Sharif M et al: Annals of King Edward Medical College Lahore Vol.4 Issue 1, Jan. – Mar. 1998 i)      Hair Torniquet Strangulation of Penis

ii)     Pediatric Amputation Injuries Aetiology And Statistical Analysis

iii)    An Unique Radiographic Finding in a Perforated Duodenal Ulcer Review of Peptic Ulcer Disease in children