Brig. (R) Mohammad Tariq

Brig. (R) Mohammad Tariq

MBBS, FCPS, MCPS MSc Pain Management, Certificate in Medical Teaching, On job Training (OJT)Cardiothoracic& Intensive care

Professor & HOD at department of Anaesthesiology, ICU & Pain Management

Institute of  Dentistry CMH  Lhr Medical College

Biography

Name:

Brig. (R) Mohammad Tariq

Designation:  

Professor of Anesthesia

Department:

Department of Anaesthesiology, ICU & Pain Management

Institute of  Dentistry CMH  Lhr Medical College.

Qualifications:

MBBS, FCPS, MCPS MSc Pain Management, Certificate in Medical Teaching, On job Training (OJT)Cardiothoracic& Intensive care

 

Work experience:Served as Consultant Anesthetist in Pakistan Army for 30 years and awarded for Sitara-e-Imtiaz (Military)

 

Academic activities:

  • Performing duties as HOD Anesthesia in Institute of Dentistry (Maxillofacial centre) and providing anesthesia cover to all sort of cases and pain management.
  • Chief instructor for BLS to all final year student of MBBS, BDS, BS Nursing.
  • Involved in teaching & delivering lectures to students of MBBS, BDS and BS Nursing.
Publications
  • Intrathecal Tramadol as an Adjuvant in Subarachnoid Block to Prolong the Duration of Analgesia ; Pak Armed Forces Med J 2017;67 (4) : 534-39
  • The Relationship of Skin to Epidural Space Depth with Different Physical Parameters in Obstetric Patients ; Pak Armed Forces Med J 2009; 59 (1) : 95-102
  • Single Dose Caudal Tramadol Versus Bupivacaine for Postoperative Analgesia in Perineal Surgery; Pak Armed Forces Med J 2009; 59 (3) : 332-7
  • Double Lumen Intubation Reliability of Auscultatory Method ? Professional Med J Mar 2009;16 (1): 105-108
  • Mass Casualty Management after a Suicidal Terrorist Attack on a Religious Procession in Quetta Pakistan. JCPSP 2006, Vol.16 (4): 253-256.
  • Anaesthetic Management in Disasters. An Anaesthetist experience in “Lamno Banda Ache, Indonesia; Pak. A. F. Med. J 2006, 56(4): 333-341.
  • Triage and Management of mass Casualties in a train Accident; JCPSP 2004, Vol.14 (2):108-111

Post operative Analgesia after upper Abdominal Surgery. A comparative study Epidural Versus Intramuscular Pethidine ; Pak. A .F. Med. J 1990 Vol XLIII 2: 30-35