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Hany Mamdouh Hefny, Mch. MD

 

Date of Birth            : August 2, 1958

Place of Birth           : Edinburgh, UK

Nationality                : Egyptian - British

Passport No.           : British, 701100467

Marital status           : Married, Children

Clinic Address        : El-Saffa Bldg., El-Marwa St., Roxy, Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt

Dubai Office (DOSC): Abu Hali St. City Bay Buisness Bldg., Dubai, UAE

Office Telephone    : Cairo: (202) 25 88 670, Dubai: (971) 50 613 99 44

E-mail                        : hhefny@yahoo.com

Home Address        : 28 Mohamed Hassan El-Gamal St., Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt

Home Telephone   : (202) 2709428 - 2710563

GMC Registration   : Full Registration UK, No. 339-3716

Special Interests     :

  • Limb reconstruction
  • Correction of limb deformities and limb-length inequality using Ilizarov technique
  • Surgical Treatment of arthritis, hip and knee joints
  • MD in Orthopedics, May 1990, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt
  • M.Sc. in Orthopedics, November 1985, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt
  • M.B.,BCh., December 1981, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt

Senior House Officer         : March 1982 Feb. 1983, Ain Shams University

Orthopedic Registrar        : April 1983 August 1986, Ain Shams University

Registrar                               : Sept. 1986 May 1990, Sandwell District

Assistant Lecturer             : Sept. 1988 May 1990, Ain Shams University

Lecturer                                : June 1990 August 1995, Ain Shams University

Assistant Professor           : August 1995, Ain Shams University

Professor                             : September 2000 Present, Ain Shams University

Membership                         : Association for the Study and Application of the Method

  of Ilizarov, A.S.A.M.I. and the president of ASAMI Egypt.

 

A. Dissertations:

  1. M.Sc. thesis on vascularized Fibular Graft
  2. MD thesis on Management of Knee Problems by Arthroscopy

B. Papers:

  1. Management of Segmental Bone Defect by Ilizarov Technique. Presented to the Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Orthopedic Association, November 1997, Cairo, Egypt.
  2. Lengthening Index in Poliomyelitis. Presented to the Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Orthopedic Association, November 1997, Cairo, Egypt.
  3. Arthroscopically Assisted Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. Presented to the Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Orthopedic Association, November 1997, Cairo, Egypt.
  4. Correction of Joint Deformities by Ilizarov Technique. Presented to the Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Orthopedic Association, November 1994, Cairo, Egypt.
  5. Correction of Angular Deformities close to the joint by Ilizarov Technique. Presented to the Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Orthopedic Association, November 1994, Cairo, Egypt.
  6. The use of Ring Fixator in Treatment of Difficult Orthopedic Problems. Presented to the Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Orthopedic Association, November 1993, Cairo, Egypt.
  7. Long Term Follow-up in Epiphyseal Transplantation in Septic Epiphysitis of the Hip. Presented to the Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Orthopedic Association, November 1993, Cairo, Egypt.
  8. Management of Pathological Subtrochanteric Fractures of the Femur by Zickel Nail. Ain Shams Medical Journal, Vol. 43, No. 4, 5 & 6, April, May & June 1992. Also Presented to the Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Orthopedic Association, November 1992, Cairo, Egypt.
  9. Locked Intramedullary Tibial Nailing. Ain Shams Medical Journal, Vol. 43, No.4, 5 & 6, April, May & June 1992. Also Presented to the Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Orthopedic Association, November 1992, Cairo, Egypt.
  10. Early Results of Russell-Taylor Interlocking Nail Femur. Ain Shams Medical Journal, Vol. 43, No.4, 5 & 6, April, May & June 1992. Also Presented to the Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Orthopedic Association, November 1992, Cairo, Egypt.
  11. Resumption of Painless Normal Function Using Impulse Compression of the Foot. Annual Ain Shams University Medical Congress, March 1 – 5, 1991.
  12. A New Double Elevating Osteotomy in Management of Severe Neglected Infantile Tibia Vara Using the Ilizarov Technique, Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics. April 2006.
  13. Correction of Complex Foot Deformities Using the V-Osteotomy and the Ilizarov Technique. Strategies in Trauma and Limb Reconstruction. March 2007.
  14. A Safer Technique for the Double Elevation Osteotomy in Severe Infantile Tibia Vara. Strategies in Trauma and Limb Reconstruction.  August 2010.
  15. Valgus Osteotomy by Externa Fixation for Treatment of Developmental Coxa Vara. Strategies in Trauma and Limb Reconstruction. September 2013.

 

  1. The AO Basic Course, Jeddah, 1985.
  2. The Cairo International Orthopedic Congress 1983, through 1997.
  3. Egyptian Society for Orthopedic Surgeons.
  4. The B.O.A. at Edinburgh in October 1986.
  5. The AO Basic Course, Association for Study of Internal Fixation, Davos Switzerland, December 1987.
  6. The basic Arthroscopy courses at Harrogate, 1987.
  7. The Advanced Arthroscopy courses at Harrogate, 1988.
  8. Course on Fracture Spine at Oswestry, February 1988.
  9. The Children's Orthopedic Surgery Course at Edinburgh, June 1988.
  10. Advanced Training in the Method of Ilizarov, Lecco, Italy, November 1992.
  11. Advanced Training in the Method of Ilizarov, Lecco, Italy, February 1998.
  12. Ilizarov course, Baltimore, USA , September 2001.

 

  1. Basic Ilizarov course at Al-Azhar University 1996
  2. Basic Ilizarov course at AlKasr Al-Ainy Hospital 1997
  3. Ilizarov course at Nasr Institue Hospital 1999
  4. Ilizarov course in India February 2000
  5. Basic Ilizarov course at Ain Shams university hospital 2000
  6. ASAMI Egypt Ilizarov course 2004
  7. ASAMI Egypt Ilizarov course 2005

 

 

 

 

  • While assuming the position of Rotating Officer, acquired for two months respectively, basic training in the following departments:
    1. General Surgery.
    2. Medicine.
    3. Pediatrics
    4. Obstetrics & Gynecology.
    5. Anesthesia and Emergency medicine.
  • While functioning as a registrar for 42 months at Ain Shams University Hospital, I have assumed the following duties:

1. On duty Rota 1 & 2 for A&E Department.

2. There is a dedicated trauma theater available for use throughout the 24 hours, which provides all means of internal and external fixation techniques for different fractures problems.

3. Under the supervision of senior staff, I was enabled to fully practice various methods including: AO Fixation techniques, Intramedullary Nailing using G/K Locking system and external fixation with Orthofix & Tubular systems.

4. Practiced at two weekly clinics for elective cases and one weekly fracture clinic.

5. Prepared and participated in two weekly operative lists.

  • The training surgical program focused on various aspects, including general Orthopedics such as: Bone infections, limbs deformities, hand & feet cases, paralytic disorders and bone neoplasm.
  • In addition to the above, I also covered specialized units, including:

1. Knee replacement using Kinematic & PFC Systems.

2. Hip replacement using Muller & Charnley Systems.

3. Arthroscopy

4. Spinal unit, covering spinal trauma and treating spinal deformities using Harrington System.

5. Pediatric Orthopedic, dealing with various Pediatric Orthopaedic problems congenital and traumatic.

  • Research to prepare M.Sc. Thesis on Vascularized Fibular Graft, which included detailed and comprehensive listing of cases.
  • While attending the Registrar Post in Sandwell District Hospital, West Midlands, UK , I had the opportunity to attend clinics and theater sessions, ward rounds with the following consultants:
  • Mr. Hela, Orthopedic Consultant. Royal National Hospital & The London Hospital.
  • Mr. F. Bruk, Orthopedic Consultant. Derby Shire Infirmary.
  • As a lecturer, I was in charge:
  1. Clinical:
    1. Definitive treatment of Emergency cases admitted to the hospital once per week.
    2. Carried out an elective list once weekly and assisted registrars in another list.
    3. Attended two weekly clinics.
  2. Academic:

Taught tutorials courses for med. Undergraduates and presented clinical demonstrations for postgraduates.

  1. Research:

Instructed and supervised the postgraduate candidates in research work according to the University teaching traditions.

  • Established in 1992 the Ain Shams University Special Orthopedic Unit for Treatment of Deformities and Limb Length Inequality, through the Ilizarov technique. The unit is currently compromised of two Assistant lecturers and one registrar, in addition to me as a main surgeon, supervisor and administrator. As of then and up to date, the unit has successfully treated:
    • More than 60 cases with limb shortening 3 - 12 cm.
    • More than 50 cases of segmental bone loss, ranging 5 - 13 cm.
    • More than 50 cases of complex limb deformities.
    • More than 40 cases of complex limb deformities with shortening.
    • More than 70 cases of nonunion.
    • More than 50 cases of nonunion with shortening ranging 4 - 8 cm.
    • More than 30 cases of congenital pseudoarthrosis tibia.

 

 

 

 

Mr. M. EL SAFTY, F.R.C.S., Mch (Orthopedic).

Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon.

Sandwell District General Hospital

Lyndon, West Bromwich, West Midlands, B71 4HJ

Telephone 021 553 1831

Mr. J.C. CLOTHIER, F.R.C.S. M.A.

Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon.

Sandwell District General Hospital

Lyndon, West Bromwich, West Midlands, B71 4HJ

Telephone 021 553 1831

Mr. B.HELAL, F.R.C.S. Mch.(Orthopedic)

Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon.

Sandwell District General Hospital

WIN 6 AD

Telephone 01 387 5070

The London Hospital

Fielden House

Telephone 01 247 8223

Secretary 01 363 6384