Mughis Sheerani

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We report the case of a young patient with 36 weeks pregnancy, and an acute respiratory infection with severe bronchospasm, who developed an occipital headache and neck pain on the third day of inadvertent dural puncture during placement of combined epidural spinal anaesthesia for caesarian section. It was diagnosed as post-dural puncture headache until(More)
OBJECTIVE Our main objective was to use videoconferencing as a primary means to: a) assist in launching an epilepsy surgery program in Pakistan; 2) participate in case conferences on complex epilepsy patients in each country. METHODS Extensive testing using both point to point and bridged integrated service digital network (ISDN) and internet protocol(More)
Background. Developing countries, home to 80% of epilepsy patients, do not have comprehensive epilepsy surgery programs. Considering these needs we set up first epilepsy surgery center in Pakistan. Methods. Seventeen teleconferences focused on setting up an epilepsy center at the Aga Khan University (AKU), Karachi, Pakistan were arranged with experts from(More)
647 Credits have traditionally served as an incentive for physicians to participate in the continuing medical education (CME), which is the means for lifelong learning. The public at large has granted special rights to the profession of medicine giving them their most precious commodity; their lives. The providers of CME have a responsibility to maintain(More)
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