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Prof. Mohamed  Al-Hajjaj, Consultant and Professor of Medicine and Pulmonary Diseases.  King Saud University &

King Khalid University Hospital

 

Prof. Al-Hajjaj, graduated from King Saud University Medical College in 1981 and obtained American board of Internal Medicine in 1986, Fellow of the Royal College of Physician and Surgeons of Canada in 1987 and the American Board of Respiratory Diseases in 1988.  Professor Al-Hajjaj was appointed as assistant professor in King Saud University in 1988. He has been a Professor of Medicine and Pulmonology since 2002.  His research interest is in the field of airway diseases( asthma and COPD ) and tuberculosis. Professor Al-Hajjaj has published more than 50 research papers in the medical literature.  Currently he is the head of Respiratory Division, in the Medicine Department, College of Medicine, King Saud University, and The chairman of the Saudi Thoracic Society.

Name :  Mohamed Saleh Al-Hajjaj

Date of birth:  February 1, 1957

Marital status: Married with 3 children

Nationality:  Saudi Arabian

Address: Department of Medicine (38)

                                College of Medicine

                                      King Saud University

                                      P.O. Box 2925

                                      Riyadh 11461

                                      Saudi Arabia

                                      E-mail :  msalhajjaj@yahoo.com

                                      Telephone  0096614671525

                                      Fax             0096614679496

                                    Website http://www.alhajjaj.com

QUALIFICATIONS 

MBBS        King Saud University

                                      Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

                     June, 1981

ABIM   American Board of Internal Medicine

             September, 1986

FRCPC    The Royal College of Physician & Surgeons

of Canada

                                 November, 1987

Respiratory    American Board of Respiratory Disease

  Diseases           November, 1988

OTHER EXAMINATIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

CEE:   Canadian Evaluation Examination, 1982

ECFMG:Certificate, 1982

LMCC:Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada, 1985

FLEX: Federal License Examination (USA), 1985

PRESENT PROFESSIONAL STATUS:

Professor                        Respiratory Division, Department of Medicine,

College of Medicine, King Saud University

Consultant Physician         Internal Medicine and Pulmonology

                                      King Khalid University Hospital

Head                              Respiratory Division, Dept of Medicine, KSU

Chairman                        Saudi Thoracic Society                

Part-time Consultant         The Medical Consultants Center

  Pulmonologist                Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:

June 1981                        MBBS, Riyadh University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

July 1981 – June 1982      Internship, King Saud University,

Teaching Hospitals, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

July 1982 – June 1983      Resident (SHO) & Demonstrator of Medicine Dept.,

                                      King Abdulaziz University Hospital, Riyadh,

Saudi Arabia

July 1983 – June 1986      Resident, Department of Medicine, University of

Alberta Teaching Hospital, Edmonton, Canada

July 1986 – June 1987      Pulmonary Fellow, and Chief Pulmonary Resident,

                                      University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

July 1987 – June 1988      Pulmonary Fellow Research and Clinical work

(Tuberculosis Center), University of British

Columbia, Vancouver, Canada 

July 1988 – Oct. 1992       Assistant Professor & Consultant Internist &

Pulmonologist, Department of Medicine,

King Saud University & King Khalid University Hospital

Oct. 1992 – Oct. 2002       Associate Professor, Consultant Internist &

Pulmonologist, Department of Medicine, King Saud

University & King Khalid University Hospital

Oct. 2002 to date              Professor, Consultant Internist & Pulmonologist

Department of Medicine, King Saud University & King Khalid University Hospital

Jan.2005                         Chairman, Saudi Thoracic Society

Jan 2006                          Head, Respiratory Division, Dept of Medicine, KSU

 CURRENT PROFESSIONAL WORK:

(A).    CLINICAL

          As a consultant in internal medicine and pulmonology, I supervise a team of physicians (2 interns, 2 residents, and 2 senior registrars) in diagnosis and management of patients in the ward and in the clinic.  As a pulmonologist, my work also includes consultations, bronchoscopies, and PFT interpretation.

(B).    ACADEMIC

          Academic activities as a University staff include extensive teaching for both undergraduate and postgraduate students (Diploma, Arab Board and Fellowship), and participation in Grand Rounds, Topic Updates and Examination Review Sessions.

(C).    MEDICAL RESEARCH

          My main field of research is pulmonary medicine including airway diseases ( asthma & COPD ) and tuberculosis.  I participated in a national tuberculosis survey, (1988-1990) and another tuberculosis research to study active tuberculosis cases in the Ministry of Health (MOH) hospital. I have over 50 publications in the medical literature.

ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE:

 (A).   DURING THE PERIOD OF TRAINING:

          During training I was frequently involved in teaching of medical students and junior medical residents.  Towards the end of my training period, I became the chief resident in pulmonary medicine and participated in basic and clinical research work.

(B).    KING SAUD UNIVERSITY:

1.           Organizer for MED Course 332 and tutor of major undergraduate course MED 431/432.

2.           Member of Curriculum Committee of the Medicine Department.

3.           Member of the Medical Records Committee at King Khalid University Hospital.

4.           Organizer of the computer-based medical education programs

5.           Member of the Committee for the Transfer to the annual teaching system.

6.           Coordinator of interns rotation in the Medicine Department.

7.           Member of the committee for Residency Training Program.

8.           Coordinator of continuous education in the Respiratory Division.

9.           Program Director of King Saud University Fellowship in Respiratory Disease.

10.       Coordinator of the committee for establishment of the Saudi Board in Respiratory Diseases.

11.       Head of the scientific committee for the Saudi Board in Respiratory Diseases.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

          Through the 5 years of training in medicine and pulmonology, I had the responsibility of teaching students, interns, and medical residents as well as supervising their clinical work.  Since July 1988, my responsibility included teaching of medical students, interns Arab Board residents and King Saud University Fellowship in Medicine and in Respiratory diseases, as well as participating in all postgraduate teaching programs and courses besides my clinical practice commitments.  Currently I am the coordinator for continuous education in the respiratory division, the program director for KSU fellowship in Respiratory diseases, and the coordinator of the committee for establishment of the National Saudi Board in Respiratory Diseases.

MEMBERSHIP OF MEDICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS:

1.           Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada.

2.           Member of the American College of Physicians.

3.           Member of the American College of Chest Physicians.

4.           Member of the American Thoracic Society.

5.           Member of the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases.

6.           Fellow of the Academy of Chest Physicians and Surgeons of the American College of Chest Physicians

7.           Member of the Asian Pacific Society of Respiratory Diseases.

8.           Member and regional representative of the Pan-Arab Thoracic Association.

9.           Member of the Saudi Environmental Protection Society.

10.       Member of the Saudi Thoracic Society.

11.       Head of the founding Committee for the Saudi Thoracic Association.

12.       Member of the Saudi Anti-Smoking Society.

13.       Member of the National Tuberculosis Control Program Committee.

14.       Head of Saudi Thoracic Society.

REVIEWER FOR MEDICAL JOURNALS:

1.           Saudi Medical Journal (Riyadh Armed Forces Hospital)

2.           Annals of Saudi Medicine (King Faisal Specialist Hospital)

3.           The Journal of Family and Community Medicine

4.           Annals of Thoracic Medicine.

CONFERENCES AND SYMPOSIA PARPTICIPATED IN/OR ATTENDED.

1.           Update in Internal Medicine, Phoenix, USA 1983.

2.           Update in ICU.  Banff – Alberta, Canada 1984.

3.           Tuberculosis Courses.  Edmonton – Alberta, Canada 1985.

4.           Internal Medicine:  Advances.  San Francisco, USA 1986.

5.           ATS Meeting.  Las Vegas, USA 1988.

6.           Board Review in Pulmonary Diseases.  Denver, USA, June 1988.

7.           ATL/ALA Conference.  Cincinnati, USA May 1989.

8.           Recent Advances in Infectious Diseases Conference.  Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, May 1990.

9.           Basic Immunology in Clinical Medicine Symposium.  Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, March 1990.

10.       The Fleischner Society 20th Annual Symposium on Chest Diseases, Scottsdale, Az, USA, April 1990.

11.       The 56th Annual Scientific Assembly.  Toronto, Canada.  October 1990.

12.       The Fleishner Society Annual Symposium, Tuson, Italy, 1993.

13.       The Clinical Congress on Diseases of the Chest and the American College of Chest Physician Annual Meeting.  San Francisco, CA, USA 1996.

14.       Asthma Management Symposium, Madrid, Spain, 1997.

15.       American College of Chest Physician Conference (ACCP).  Toronto, Canada, November 8-12, 1998.

16.       The 3rd International Conference of the Arab Thoracic Association.  Royal Cultural Center, Jordan, 7-10 November 1999.

17.       15th Asia Pacific Congress on Diseases of the Chest.  Manila, Philippines, December 5-8, 1999.

18.       World Congress on Lung Health and 10th European Respiratory Society Annual Congress in Florence 30 August – 3 September 2000.

19.       2nd Mediterranean Congress, Beirut, Lebanon, 19-21 October 2000.

20.       The 4th International Conference of the Arab Thoracic Association, Dubai, UAE, November 2000.

21.       The 5th International Conference of the Arab Thoracic Association, Tunis, 2001.

22.       The 6th Pan Arab Conference in Syria 2002.

23.       New Trends in Treatment of Bronchial Asthma, June 2003, Medina, SA.

 And many more

ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN MEDICAL JOURNALS:

1.           Al-Majed SA, Ashour M, El-Kassimi FA, Joharjy I, Al-Wazzan A, Al-Hajjaj MS, Vijay R.  Management of post-tuberculous complex aspergilloma of the lung:  role of surgical resection.  Thorax 1990; 45: 840-849.

2.           Al-Kassimi FA, Hawass ND, Mahmoud K, Al-Majed SA, Al-Hajjaj MS.  Silicosis of the lung in Saudi Arabia – Role of traditional occupations and environmental factors.  Saudi Med J 1991; ;12 (4): 384-388.

3.           Al-Hajjaj MS.  Ectopic intratracheal thyroid presenting as bronchial asthma.  Respiration 1991, 58: 329-331.

4.           El-Kassimi FA, Abdullah AK, Al-Orainey IO, Bener AB, Al-Hajjaj MS.  Tuberculin survey in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.  Resp Med 1991; 85: 111-116.

5.           Al-Kassimi FA, Abdullah AK, Al-Orainey IO, Benar AB, Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Majed S, Al-Wazzan A.  The significance of positive Mantoux reactions in BCG-vaccinated children.  Tubercle 1991; 72 (2) 101-104.

6.           Al-Kassimi FA, Azhar M, Al-Majed S, Al-Wazzan AD, Al-Hajjaj MS, Malibary T.  Diagnostic role of fibreoptic bronchoscopy in tuberculosis in the presence of typical X-ray pictures and adequate sputum.  Tubercle 1991; 72 (2) 145-148.

7.           Al-Kassimi F, Abdullah A, Al-Orainey IO, Al-Hajjaj MS, Abdul Baghee E, Baner A.  Mantoux reaction survey conducted in the Northern region of Saudi Arabia.  Annals of Saudi Medicine 1991; 11 (3): 315-321.

8.           Abdullah AK, El-Kassimi FA, Al-Orainey IO, Lambourne A, Al-Hajjaj MS.  Tuberculosis epidemiology survey:  Mantoux test results from central region of Saudi Arabia.  Saudi Medical Journal 1991; 2: 107-110.

9.           Al-Kassimi FA, Abdullah AK, Al-Orainey IO, Al-Hajjaj MS, Baghee EA, Bamgboye E.  High prevalence of Tuberculin sensitivity in Non-Saudis in the Southern Region:  role of socio-geographic factors.  Saudi Medical Journal 1991; 12 (4): 326-329.

10.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Pandya L, Marie AA, Madani AZ, Al-Sharif N, Al-Majed SA.  Pulmonary tuberculosis in Saudi Arabia:  A retrospective study of 1566 patients.  Annals of Saudi Medicine 1991; 11 (4): 443-447.

11.       Al-Hajjaj MS, El-Kassimi FA, Al-Orainey IO, Abdullah AK.  Prevalence of tuberculosis infection in the Western region of Saudi Arabia.  Journal of King Abdulaziz University – Medical Sciences, 1992; 2: 59-69.

12.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Bamgboye EA.  Attitudes and opinions of medical staff towards computers.  Compu Biol and Med; 1992; 22 (94): 221-226.

13.       Jarallah JS, Elias AK, Al-Hajjaj MS, Bukhari MS, Al-Shareef AH, Al-Shammari SA.  High rate of rifampicin resistance of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in the Taif region of Saudi Arabia.  Tubercle and Lung Diseases 1992; 73: 113-115.

14.       Al-Orainey IO, Gad El-Rab MO, Al-Hajjaj MS, Saeed ES.  Detection of Mycobacterial Antigens in Sputum by an enzyme Immunoassay.  Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis.  1992; 11: 58-61.

15.       Al-Kassimi FA, Abdullah AK, Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Orainey IO, Bamgboye EA, Chowdhury MNH.  Nationwide community survey of tuberculosis epidemiology in Saudi Arabia.  Tubercle and Lung Disease 1993; ;74: 254-260.

16.       Al-Hajjaj MS.  The situation of tuberculosis in Saudi Arabia; An Assignment Report.   WHO project No. TUB/11/22.  SAA/TUB/001, 1993.

17.       Dahmash MS, Arora SC, Al-Hajjaj MS.  Bronchoalveolar cell carcinoma associated with profuse bronchorrhea.  Med Sci Res 1994; 22: 385-386.

18.       Dahmash NS, Gad El-Rab MO, Al-Hajjaj MS.  Overwhelming respiratory failure associated with legionella pneumophilia.  Ann Saudi Med 1994; 14 (3): 204-208.

19.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Nasser MN, Huraib SO, Al-Kassimi FA.  Effect of moderately high altitude on the pattern of lung disease.  Ann Saudi Med 1994; 14 (4): 297-299.

20.       Al-Subaie AS, Al-Hajjaj MS.  Awareness and Knowledge of Saudi students about drug dependence.  Saudi Med J 1995; 16 (4): 326-329.

21.       Al-Kassimi FA, Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Orainey IO, Bamgboye EA.  Does the protective effect of neonatal BCG correlate with vaccine induced tuberculin reaction?  Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1995; 152: 1575-8.

22.       Al-Hajjaj MS.  Medical practice in Saudi Arabia, the medico-legal aspect.  Saudi Med J 1996; 17 (1): 1-4.

23.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Jiffri M, Al-Dhawie O, Al-Shareef N, Ibrahim HM.  Treatment of tuberculosis as adopted by the Saudi National Control Program Committee.  Saudi Med J 1996; 17 (5): 552-557.

24.       Ashour M, Al-Kattan KM, Jain SK, Al-Majed S, Al-Kassimi FA, Mobeireek A, Al-Hajjaj M, Alzeer A.  Surgery for Unilateral bronchiectasis:  results and prognostic factors.  Tubercle and lung disease, 1996; 77: 168-172.

25.       Al-Majed SA, Ashour M, Al-Mobeireek AF, Al-Hajjaj MS, Alzeer AH, Al-Kattan K.  Overlooked inhaled foreign bodies:  late sequelae and the likelihood of recovery.  Respiratory Medicine, 1997; 91: 293-296.

26.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Khatim IM.  High rate of non-compliance with anti-tuberculosis therapy despite a retrieval system:  a call for implementation of Directly Observed Therapy in Saudi Arabia.  International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease IUATLD, 2000, 4 (4); 345-349.

27.       Al-Hajjaj MS.  The outcome of tuberculosis treatment after implementation of the National Tuberculosis Control Program in Saudi Arabia. Annals of Saudi Medicine, 2000; 20 (2); 125-128.

28.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Gad-El-Rab MO, Al-Orainey IO, Al-Kassimi FA.  Improved sensitivity for detection of tuberculosis cases by a modified Anda-TB Elisa test.  Tubercle and lung Disease 1999; 79 (3): 181-185.

29.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Haider AK, Islam MW.  Evaluation of the Teratogenic Potential of Pyrazinamide in Wistar Rats.  Upsala Journal of Medical Science.  Upsala J Med Sci, 1999; 104: 259-279.

30.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Joharjy IA.  Predictors of the radiological sequelae of pulmonary tuberculosis.  Acta Radiologica, 2000 (41); 533-537.

31.       Al-Hajjaj MS.  Case Report:  Massive pulmonary hemorrhage in a Saudi female with primary antiphospholipid syndrome.  Saudi Med Journal, 2000; 21 (8); 777-779.

32.       Al-Mobeireek A, Al-Kassimi F, Al-Majed S, Al-Hajjaj M, BaHammam A, Sultan I.  Clinical profile of sleep apnea syndrome.  A study at the University Hospital.  Saudi Med J 2000; 21 (2); 180-183.

33.       Al-Hajjaj MS.  Bronchiectasis and mediastinal neurofibroma in a Saudi female with Ehler-Danlos Syndrome.  Annals of Saudi Medicine, 2001; 20 (5+6); 419-420.

34.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Kassimi FA, Al-Mobeireek AF.  Alzeer AH.  Progressive Rise of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Resistance to Rifampicin and Streptomycin in the Riyadh Region, Saudi Arabia.  Respirology 2001; 6(3/4).

ABSTRACTS APPEARED IN PROCEEDINGS OF SYMPOSIA AND CONFERENCES:

1.           Al-Kassimi FA, Abdullah AK, Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Orainey Io.  Tuberculosis epidemiology in the Western Region of Saudi Arabia.  British Thoracic Society Meeting.  University of Southampton, England; 12-14 July 1989.  Proceedings of the British Thoracic Society Meeting, Thorax 1989; 44 (10): p. 869p.

2.           Waheed G, Yaqub B, Al-Majed S, Al-Hajjaj M.  Polysomnographic recording of sleep apnea syndrome by video.  Recent Advances in clinical neurosciences symposium.  Jeddah, November 1989.  Proceedings of the symposium p 34.

3.           Al-Hajjaj MS, El-Kassimi F, Al-Orainey I, Abdulla A.  Prevalence of tuberculosis infection in the Northern region of Saudi Arabia.  World Conference on Lung Health, Boston May 1990.  American Review of Respiratory Diseases supplement April 1990.  p A801.

4.           Al-Hajjaj M.  Prevalence of tuberculosis infection in the Southern Region of Saudi Arabia.  Endemic Diseases Symposium, Al-Baha, Saudi Arabia, January 1990.

5.           Al-Hajjaj M.  Immunology of Tuberculosis.  Symposium on Basic immunology in Clinical medicine.  King Saud University, Medical College.  Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.  March, 1990.  Proceedings of the symposium p. 11.

6.           Al-Hajjaj MS, Xie HJ, Enarson DA, Allen EA, Grzybowski S.  Serious drug toxicity in tuberculosis treatment programs.  World Conference on Lung Health, Boston, May 1990.  American Review of Respiratory Diseases supplement April 1990.  p.  A441.

7.           Al-Kassimi FA, Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Orainey IO, Bener AB.  Significance of positive Mantoux reaction in BCG vaccinated children.  International Conference on Immunization and Immunotherapy.  King Fahad Hospital for National Guards, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; January 27-30, 1990.  Proceedings of the symposium p. 60.

8.           Al-Hajjaj MS, Allergic broncho-pulmonary aspergillosis (ABPA). Symposium on diagnosis and management of respiratory allergic disorders.  Taif, April 1993.

9.           Al-Hajjaj MS.  Current situation of tuberculosis in Saudi Arabia.  Symposium on tuberculosis.  Dammam, January 1993.

10.       Al-Subaie AS, Al-Hajjaj MS.  Awareness and knowledge of Saudi University students about drug dependence.  Drugs Symposiusm Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 1994.

11.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Kassimi FA, Al-Orainey IO, Johargy I.  The Radiological Sequelae of Pulmonary Tuberculosis:  can they be prevented?  Conference on Global Lung Health and the 1997 Annual Meeting of the IUATLD.  Paris, France.  1-4 October 1997.

12.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Sawaf H.  Predictive Factors of Poor Lung Function in Cured Tuberculosis Patients.  Conference on Global Lung Health and Conference on Global Lung Health and the 1997 Annual Meeting of the IUATLD.  Paris, France.  1-4 October 1997.

13.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Orainey IO, Al-Kassimi FA, Al-Majed SA, Gad-El-Rab MO.  Improved Sensitivity for Detection in Tuberculosis Cases by a Modified ANDA TB Serology Test.  Conference on Global Lung Health and the 1997 Annual Meeting of the IUATLD.  Paris, France.  1-4 October 1997.

14.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Haider AK, Islam MW.  Evaluation of the Teratogenic Potential of Pyrazinamide in Wistar Rats.  Conference on Global Lung Health and the 1997 Annual Meeting of the IUATLD.  Paris, France.  1-4 October 1997.

15.       Mobeireek A, Al-Kassimi F, Al-Majed S, Al-Hajjaj MS, Marzouk A.  Diffuse Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD):  Problems with Diagnosis and Management at a University Hospital.  Chest 1999.  Chicago, Illinois – USA.  October 31 – 4 November 1999.

16.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Kassimi FA, Al-Orainey IO, Joharjy IA.  Predictors of the Radiological Sequelae of Pulmonary Tuberculosis.  International Symposium Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, King Fahad National Guard Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.  23-24 February 1999.

17.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Mohamed AI.  High Rate of Non-Compliance with Anti-Tuberculosis Therapy Despite a Retrieval System:  A Call for Implementation of Directly Observed Therapy in Saudi Arabia.  15th Asia Pacific Congress on Diseases of the Chest.  Manila, Philippines.  5-8 December 1999.

18.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Haider AK, Islam MW.  Evaluation of the teratogenic potential of Pyrazinamide in Wistar Rats.  15th Asia  Pacific Congress on Diseases of the Chest.  Manila, Philippines.  5-8 December 1999.

19.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Haider AK, Islam MW.  Evaluation of the Teratogenic Potential of Pyrazinamide in Wistar Rats.  Chest 1999.  Chicago, Illinois – USA.  31 Oct. – 4 Nov. 1999.

20.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Khatim IM.  High Rate of Non-Compliance with Anti-Tuberculosis Therapy Despite A Retrieval System:  A Call for Implementation of Direct Observed Therapy in Saudi Arabia.  Tuberculosis the present and the future.  Taif, Saudi Arabia.  April 19, 2000.

21.       Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Kassimi FA, Alzeer AH.  Anti-tuberculosis drug resistance in Saudi Arabia.  The 4th Pan Arab Conference of the Arab Thoracic Society.  Dubai, UAE, Nov. 4-7, 2000.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:

1.           Al-Kassimi FA, Al-Hajjaj MS, Al-Orainey IO, Bamgboye EA.  Does the protective effect of neonatal BCG correlate with vaccine-induced tuberculin reactions?  Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1996; 152: 1575-1578.

2.           Al-Hajjaj MS.  Predictive factors of poor lung function in cured tuberculosis patients.  Annals of Saudi Medicine, 2000.

ONGOING RESEARCH:

1.           Bronchiectasis and ventilatory function.

2.           Saline irrigation and bronchoalveolar lavage for patients with bronchiectasis.

3.           Efficacy of influenza vaccine during Haj period.

4.           Predictive values for Peak expiratory flow rates for Saudi population.

5.    Bronchoscopy in a large teaching hospital

6.    COPD : epidemiology and pattern  in the outpatient clinic.

 

 

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