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Dr Mahmoud Barbir
Dr Mahmoud Barbir
MB BCh BAO LRCPSI FRCP
Cardiology
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About

Dr Mahmoud Barbir graduated in 1980 from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. He did his initial training in general medicine and cardiology in Dublin, at St James’s Hospital and Richmond Hospital.

In 1985, Dr Barbir came to London and started a British Heart Foundation research fellowship at Hammersmith Hospital for two years. He subsequently completed three years training in clinical cardiology.

Then in 1988, he completed clinical research at Harefield Hospital working under Professor Sir Magdi Yacoub. Meanwhile, he completed further training in the department of cardiology.

Dr Barbir has been a consultant cardiologist at Harefield Hospital since 1993, where he treats both private and NHS patients.

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Special Interests

  • Causes of coronary heart disease (risk factors, hypertension and lipid disorders)
  • Detection and management
  • CT coronary angiography
  • Cardiac catheterisation
  • Management of lipid disorders
  • Statins
  • Inhibitor monoclonal antibodies and lipoprotein apheresis.

Education

Primary Medical Qualification

MB BCh 1980 National University of Ireland

L LM RCP Irel L LM RCS Irel 1980 RCP & S of Ireland

 

Specialist Register entry date

Cardiology From 29 May 1996

Professional Memberships

British Cardiac Society

European Cardiac Society

Royal College of Physicians

HEART UK

Member of the Working Group of NICE

 

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Nice man
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11-09-2019
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Very caring, calming and clear explanations
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18-06-2019
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