Dr. Yasser Mohammed Hassanain Elsayed is a Critical care physician and cardiologist in the Department of Critical care medicine at the Egyptian Ministry of Health, Egypt. He obtained a Bachelor of medicine and surgery (MBBch) from Al-Azher University, Egypt, and a PGDip in Cardiology from Middlesex University, UK. He was honored for his research by the General Syndicate of Physicians, Damietta medical syndicate, Damietta cardiac society, Fraskoor central hospital, and Kafr El-Bateekh central hospital. The researcher has (103) publicized articles as a single author and (4) medical books since December 2017. Of which four novel (4) signs are named for him and four (4) are phenomena as well - (7) of which are innovations in ECG, cardiology, intensive care, and emergency with eight one "Yasser's maneuver of awakening a psychological coma" in psychiatry. The most famous article for the researcher are; 1. Graded Phenomenon (Yasser’s Phenomenon). 2. Wavy Triple An Electrocardiographic Sign (Yasser’s Sign). 3. Connected Aircraft Squadron Electrocardiographic Sign (Yasser’s sign). 4. Electrocardiographic Passing Phenomenon (Flying Phenomenon or Yasser’s Phenomenon). 5. Movable-weaning off an electrocardiographic phenomenon (changeable phenomenon or Yasser’s phenomenon). 6. Yasser’s COVID-19 Discrepancy phenomenon. 7. Yasser’s Maneuver for Regaining Consciousness in the Psychogenic Coma; A Novel Maneuver in Emergency Medicine and Psychiatry. These articles represent a revolution in cardiovascular medicine, critical care, and emergency medicine. He has peer-reviewed (110) articles since November 2020.
Dr. Yasser Mohammed Hassanain Elsayed is interested in research in the fields of Critical Care, Emergency, Cardiology, Internal Medicine, Clinical Medicine, Pharmacology, and Toxicology