American University of Beirut

Ongoing Research Projects

​​​​​​​​​​​​Dr. Marie T​. Aouad:
  • Airway Management in the Intensive Care and Regular Hospital Units during Covid-19 Pandemic: A Prospective Observational Study
  • The frequency of airway complications after LMA removal in children: A comparison of TIVA and sevoflurane

Dr. Sahar Siddik-Sayyid​​​

  • The impact of faculty evaluations and faculty self-assessments, on the anesthesiology faculty clinical teaching performance
  • The Effect of Intra-Operative Nefopam, Ketoprofen and Paracetamol Combination Vs Ketoprofen and Paracetamol Combination on Postoperative Morphine Requirements after Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: A Randomized, Controlled Trial

Dr. Roland Kaddoum:

  • Automated versus conventional perioperative glycemic control in adult diabetic patients undergoing cardiopulmonary bypass surgery.
  • Reduction of Non operative time using the Induction Room, Parallel Processing, and Sugammadex.

Dr. Jean Beresian:

  • An observational study of intraoperative ventilator management and post-operative pulmonary complications.
  • One-Lung Ventilation Using a Micro-Laryngeal Tube (MLT) in a Patient with Severe Glottic Stenosis: Letter to the Editor

Dr. Cynthia Karam:

  • Comparison of two anesthetic protocols (sevoflurane and laryngeal mask airway versus Propofol infusion and facemask) for eye examination under anesthesia in children.
  • Spinal Anesthesia in a healthy parturient causing Bullous Pemphigoid lesions: a Case Report
  • Artificial intelligence for smart procedural sedation in the gastrointestinal endoscopy suite: Review Paper

Dr. Marwan Rizk:

  • The ease of threading the endotracheal tube over the fiberoptic bronchoscope on the left vs. right lip commissure.
  • Real time ultrasound guided spinal anesthesia in elderly patients: paramedian transverse versus parasagittal oblique approach. Data collection

Dr. Christine El-Yahchouchi:

  • High flow nasal cannula patients undergoing ophthalmic surgeries with intravenous sedation
  • The routine use of nasopharyngeal airway in the setting of monitored anesthesia care during gastrointestinal endoscopy. 

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