Dr U Boles has completed his internship in 2000 from Cairo university hospitals. He received formal training in Medicine and Cardiology through Royal College of physicians in Ireland and Part of his training was in the UK. He had Cardiology training posts in the Royal free hospital in London, Southampton University Hospitals and Norwich and Norfolk university hospitals in the UK. His subspecialty training in the area of Arrhythmia and electrophysiology was conducted in Queens University, Ontario, Canada. His post graduate studies for Masters and PhD in Cardiology from Trinity College in Dublin and Umea university in Sweden. He is a member of the Royal college of physicians in Ireland and fellow to European Society of Cardiology. He’s currently practising as a consultant Cardiologist with focus on EP and ablations, devices and arrhythmias management. Dr Boles has numerous publications in peer review journals about coronary artery disease, genetic mutations of long QT syndrome, devices troubleshooting and has proposed a new technique for targeting high voltage areas in antral pulmonary vein isolation for paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation. He presented a work about standardized programing for intracardiac defibrillators for primary and secondary prevention purposes. He also has written book chapters about Ventricular activation time, contact force during radiofrequency ablation and devices templates and troubleshooting cases.
My area of interest is Arrhythmia, Devices and ablation (invasive EP)