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Karim Awad
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Last updated: 30/05/2019
Mr Karim Awad
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Hospital/Practice Information
University Hospital of Wales
The gateway
Cardiff
Wales
CF14 4XW  United Kingdom
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(029) 20743361 (Phone)
  Karim Awad
  karim.awad@wales.nhs.uk
  Paediatric urology consultant
  Urology
  Clinical Research, Medical Leadership, Research, Audit, BAPS Congress, Exams
1a back stoke lane
Bristol
South West
BS9 3QT  United Kingdom
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07748604833 (Phone)
07748604833 (Mobile)
Additional Information
  Paediatric urology with interest in Minimal invasive surgery and Hypospadias surgery.
  Graduated off medical school at Ains Shams University, Cairo, Egypt.
Residency program in Ainshams university hospitals, Assistent lecturer then Lecturer.
Clinical fellow at Newcastle, Great Ormond street and Bristol.
MSC General surgery, MRCS, MD Paediatic surgery, FRCS paediatric surgery.
Research in use of steroids in oesophageal strictures and MIS in rectal prolapse.
  1) Long term outcome of JJ stent insertion for primary obstructive megaureter in children. Journal of Paediatric Urology. DOI:10.1016/j.purol.2018.09.011
2) Oesophageal replacement with stomach. A personal series and review ofpublished experience. publication in Journal of Paediatrics and childhealth DOI: 10.1111/jpc.13653/ JPC13653
3) Pneumatosis Intestinalis in a cohort of children with neurological impairment: a patient group with a management dilemma. Journal of Paediatrics and childhealth. Doi:10.111/JPC.13535
4) Laparoscopic suture rectopexy for persistent rectal prolapse in children: Is it safe and effective first line intervention? Journal of laparoendoscopic and surgical techniques (JLAST) 2016 Apr;26(4):324-7.
5) Repair of Esophageal atresia with tracheo-esophageal fistula assosciated with dextrocardia through right sided thoracotomy approach. Annals of peadiatric surgery July 2016 - Volume 12 - Issue 3 - p 109–110.
  BAPU 2017