Dr. Ahmed Nasr Ghanem was educated in Egypt and qualified in 1968, Mansoura University, Egypt. He spent his internship at Mansoura University Hospiatls. He gained all postgraduate experience in UK where he was promoted in posts up to the consultant level. He practiced as consultant Urologist in UK, Saudi Arabia and Egypt. During his career life he attended many conferences and won the award of Princes Alexandra Memorial Award and reported over 60 articles of which he made important discoveries in medicine, physiology, urology, nephrology, cardiovascular and surgery. He discovered two new types of vascular shocks, proved that one physiological law is wrong and provided an alternative. He resolved the puzzles of 3 clinical syndromes; the transurethral of the prostate (TURP) syndrome, the loin pain haematuria syndrome (LPHS) and the adult respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). Now he is happily retired in Egypt dedicating his time to writing scientific medical articles and peer reviewing for many Journals.
Dr. Ghanem’s research interests include Hyponatraemia, Shock, The TURP syndrome, The acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), The loin pain hamaturia syndrome (LPHS) and general urological subjects.