West Medical Ward

Prof. Dr. Adil Iqbal
MBBS, FCPS (Med.)

Professor of Medicine
Consultant Physician & Cardiologist
Email : dradil10@hotmail.com
Phone: 042-99211134 Ext: 228

Prof. Adil Iqbal

INTRODUCTION OF DEPARTMENT

West Medical Ward (Sialkot Ward) proudly shares a long history of healthcare and medical education with its parent institutes Mayo Hospital and King Edward Medical University (KEMU) Lahore. Established in 1863 Mayo Hospital Lahore was one of the oldest Medical institutes of Northern India. The unit has been enrouted by legendary physicians over past 150 years. This glorious center for medicine had trained thousands of physicians who have served humanity all over the globe. It has not only trained physicians but also treated thousands of patients referred from all over Punjab.

OBJECTIVES AND GOALS

We aim to provide quality disciplined and visionary training to Medical undergraduates of KEMU (MBBS), 4 years Master in Medicine (MD) of KEMU 2 years diploma in family medicine (DFM) of KEMU & Fellows in Medicine (FCPS) for CPSP. (Our faculty also teaches subject of Medicine to students Doctor of Physiotherapy program of KEMU and dentistry program of de’Montmorency College of Dentistry Lahore, Lahore).
To provide best available patient care through a dedicated teamwork of house physicians, residents and consultants.
To maintain high standards empathetic and compassionate nursing care

FACULTY

LIST OF FACULTY MEMBERS

NAME DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION CONTACT INFORMATION
Email

Phone

Dr. Rabia Rathore Associate Professor MBBS, FCPS (Med.) doctorrabia77@gmail.com 042-99211134 Ext: 228
Dr. Nasir Farooq Butt Associate Professor MBBS, MCPS (Med.)FCPS (Med.) nasirfarooq75@gamil.com 042-99211134 Ext: 228
Dr. Tazeen Nazar Assistant Professor MBBS, FCPS (Med.) M.D.(USA) tazeennazar@gmail.com 042-99211134 Ext: 228
Dr. Hina Latif Assistant Professor MBBS, FCPS (Med.) hinalatif2011@gmail.com 042-99211134 Ext: 228
Dr. Hassan Mahmood Assistant Professor MBBS, FCPS (Med.) hassanmahmood166@gmail.com 042-99211134 Ext: 228
Dr. Madiha Abbas Senior Registrar MBBS, FCPS (Med.) madyabbas@gmail.com 042-99211134 Ext: 228
Dr. Hafiz Saleem Faisal Shahzad Senior Registrar MBBS, FCPS (Med.), M. Phil(PH) shahzadasaleem222@yahoo.com 042-99211134 Ext: 228
Dr. Shoaib Akram Registrar MBBS 042-99211134 Ext: 228
Dr. Muhammad Naveed Registrar MBBS 042-99211134 Ext: 228
EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

Teaching faculty comprises of well-trained medical educationists with vast experience of teaching. There is well-designed training programs both for undergraduates and postgraduates. It includes weekly Journal Club and Clinico-Pathological Conference. This is compulsory a routine and is followed by all the teaching staff, PGRs and house staff. This mandatory activity full fills not only training requirements but keep us reviewed and updated.
A Mortality Meetings fortnightly also provide a good Feedback to guide us in improving our skills and services in terms of Patient-care. Strict schedule regarding OSCE and SEQ tests for both FCPS and MD Trainees, Mock Exams twice every year for both FCPS and MD Trainees is followed. In order to groom our final year residents there is a Rota for house physician classes and they are also asked to manage weekly clinical methods tests of undergraduates under supervision of SRs.
Monthly best PGR and House physician are decided not only by compiling academics it also includes there assessment of interaction with seniors, colleagues, junior and nursing staff. There is a separate reading room of our ward as well as digital library for study and research purpose with free Wi-Fi facility.
We don’t forget to relieve our doctors from there hectic routine of rounds and classes, we have a Non Academic day every two months along with frequent get-togethers in ward as well as outside ward. Twice a year we manage some sports event between doctors of male and female ward.

RESEARCH
  • Efficacy of Vitamin D supplementation in achieving an early sputum conversion in smear positive Pulmonary Tuberculosis. Pak J Med Sci. Jul – Aug 2018;34(4)
  • Presence of pre-diabetes in Helicobacter pylori positive versus Helicobacter pylori negative patients having dyspepsia. J Pak Med Assoc Vol. 68, No. 6, June 2018
  • Efficacy of oral vitamin D on glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) in type 2 diabetics having vitamin D deficiency – A randomized controlled trial. J Pak Med Assoc. 2018 May;68(5):694-697.
  • Frequency of Type-2 diabetes mellitus in Nephropathic patients and comparison of mean magnesium levels in Nephropathic patients with and without Type-2 diabetes mellitus. Pak J Med Sci. 2017;33(5):1254-1259. doi: https://doi.org/10.12669/pjms.335.12974
  • Correlation between Serum Uric Acid Level and Microalbuminuria in Type-2 Diabetic Nephropathy. Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences. NOV-DEC 2017
  • Comparison of metformin and pioglitazone in achieving sustained virological response in chronic hepatitis C patients with insulin resistance: A quasi-experimental study. Journal of Pakistan Medical Association. Dec 2017
  • Correlation Between Cardiac Markers and Serum Phosphate Levels in Patients with Newly Diagnosed Chronic Kidney Disease. Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Science JUL-SEPT, 2017
  • Role of Vitamin D in reducing number of acute exacerbations in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) patients. Pak J Med Sci. 2017;33(3):610-614. doi: https://doi.org/10.12669/pjms.333.12397
  • Prevalence of depression in patients of chronic hepatitis B and C presenting to Mayo Hospital Lahore. Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Science April-June, 2017
  • Frequency of QTC abnormalities seen on electrocardiogram in patients of acute stroke at the time of presentation in emergency department of Mayo Hospital Lahore. Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Science April-June, 2017
  • Frequency of control of blood glucose using glycated hemoglobin in patients suffering with type 2 diabetes mellitus presenting to Mayo hospital Lahore. Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Sciences vol-11 Jan-March, 2017
  • Clinical Presentation of Type 2 Diabetes. Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Sciences vol-11 Jan-March, 2017
  • Use of Rifaximine in patients of Irritable bowel syndrome with predominant diarrhea. Annals of KEMU 2014. ANNALS VOL 19, ISSUE 4, OCT. – 2013
  • Complications and outcome of patients of pre-eclampsia and eclampsia presenting to medical wards of Mayo Hospital Lahore. ANNALS VOL. 16. NO. 1 JAN-MAR. 2010. { ISSN 1684 – 6680 (Print)}
  • Diabetes mellitus in patients with decompensated liver disease due to hepatitis C. (Esculapio – Volume 03. Issue 04, Jan-Mar, 2008.)
  • Psoriases and Myocardial Infarction – A case report. (Esculapio – Volume 03. Issue 04, Jan-Mar, 2008.)
  • Evan’s syndrome – A case report. (Esculapio – Volume 04. Issue 04, Jan-Mar, 2009.)
  • Hemophagocytic Syndrome – A Rare Complication of Dengue Fever. Annals of King Edward Medical University. ANNALS VOL 18. NO. 1 JAN. – MAR. 2012 { ISSN 1684 – 6680 (Print)}
  • To evaluate the relationship of low LDL level and hip waist ratio as a risk of ischemic heart disease. Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Sciences. Vol. 5, Jan-Mar 2011.{ ISSN 1996 – 7195 }
  • Stroke in Elderly Patients Admitted at Mayo Hospital, Lahore. ANNALS VOL 12. NO. 4 OCT. – DEC. 2006. { ISSN 1684 – 6680 (Print)}
  • Eradication of H. Pylori by quadruple or triple therapy. A comparative study. (ANNALS VOL. 13 NO.1 JAN-MAR 2007.)
  • Siriraj Score as tool for clinical diagnosis of stroke. ANNALS VOL. 13 NO.1 JAN-MAR 2007. { ISSN 1684 – 6680 (Print)}
  • Optimum therapy for secondary prophylaxis of variceal bleeding patient: Endoscopic, pharmacological or combination, A Randomized Study. SPECIAL EDITION. ANNALS VOL 16. NO. 1 JAN.-MAR. 2010. { ISSN 2079 – 7192 (Print)}
  • An unusual cause of Acute Abdominal Pain in Dengue Fever Article by Dr Tariq Waseem Dr Bilquis Shabbir Dr Hina Lateef American Journal of Emergency Medicine
  • Comparison Of CRP in Hypertensive VS Normotensive patients Dr Faisal under supervision of Dr Bilquis Shabbir
  • Association of Level of uric acid with proteinuria in type 2 Diabetics Vs non-diabetic Patients Dr Hina Lateef under supervision of Dr Adil Iqbal
  • Frequency of Hypomagnesaemia in diabetics & comparison of mean magnesium levels in Nephropathic diabetic VS non-diabetic patients Dr Mariam Azeem under supervision of Bilquis Shabbir
  • Frequency Of Depression in Patients Of Hepatitis B & C Dr Jehangir Ahmed under Supervision of Dr Tariq Waseem
  • Role Of Montelukast in prevention of Dengue Shock Syndrome Dr Amtiaz Ahmad under Supervision of Dr Tariq Waseem

Other Publications

  • Frequency of hypomagnesaemia and its relations with HbA1c in diabetics
  • Efficacy of allopurinol in LVH
  • Role of Montelukast in prevention of dengue shock syndrome.
  • Comparison effect of prolo9nged use of histamine receptor antagonist and proton pump inhibitors on serum iron level in patients of functional dyspepsia
  • Gamma GT as a predictor of SVR in patients receiving interferon and ribavirin for chronic hepatitis C.
  • Efficacy of Magnesium Sulphate in patient presenting with tetanus.
  • Correlation between HbA1c and average glucose in type II diabetes mellitus patients with CKD.
  • Frequency of depression in patients of hepatitis B and C.
  • Role of Calcitriol on protein urea in type II diabetes.
  • Effect of low dose zinc in reducing MELD score in decompensated chronic liver disease due to hepatitis C and B.
  • Mean Platelet Volume As A Predictor Of Severity Of Acute Ischemic Stroke Using Modified Rankin Score.
  • Prevalence And Severity Of Restless Leg Syndrome In Chronic Liver Disease Patients Presenting To Mayo Hospital Lahore.
  • Comparison Of Combination Of Methotrexate And Statins With Methotrexate Alone As An Anti Inflammatory Agent In The Treatment Of Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Efficacy of high dose Allopurinol in reducing left ventricular mass in patients with left ventricular hypertrophy by comparing its efficacy with Febuxostat — a randomized controlled trial
  • Montelukast Reduces the Risk of Dengue Shock Syndrome in Dengue Patients

PUBLISHED BOOK

Problem Based Differential Diagnosis with important and helpful diagnosis points – A book on Differential Diagnosis. (1ST EDITION 2003.)

HEALTH SERVICES / STATE OF ART FACILITIES

Sialkot Ward (west medical ward) is a 58 bedded medical unit including 4 bedded High Dependency Unit (HDU) equipped with latest lifesaving equipment. There are two out-patient clinics per week and 36 hours emergency on call per week. There is a 1 in 4 Rota of special Sunday emergency. We have facilities of upper GI endoscopy, colonoscopy. To facilitate cardiac patients admitted through emergency, there is echocardiography facility in our ward. We also have facility of pulmonary function test for indoor patients.  There is Biometric System of attendance in the ward.