About Dr.Arrazaghi

Abdulwahab Arrazaghi, was born in Gharian , a mountain city in Libya, he started school in the capital Tripoli and completed his elementary school in Saudi Arabia and Spain where he traveled with his diplomatic family. He completed high school at Hay Al Annulus School and joined University of Tripoli School of medicine in 1984. He has completed medical school in 1993 and traveled to Toronto to pursue his higher medical education at the University of Toronto, where he joined in the postgraduate program for internal medicine followed by adult cardiology program and Echocardiogram fellowship. He shown an outstanding performance thought out his training years was actively involved in teaching junior and senior medical residents at the university of Toronto internal medicine and cardiology program. He lectured on regular basis in many topics in the internal medicine and cardiology ground rounds, over all his presentations are known to be up to date, exciting and well organized. He was the only trainee ever to publish two medical books during his training years and was awarded for that by the department for cardiology, Toronto general hospital. He made the first 200 free copies of his books delivered and distributed to the major hospitals in his back home, Libya. Several copies where distributed to the major hospitals in Toronto, including Toronto general hospital, St.Micheals hospital and Sunnybrook Hospital. and printed He initiated  free teaching courses for the Canadian international medical physicians, where he provide review medical lectures, introductory courses to the north American health system and practical hands on supervised patient interactions. He is registered university of Toronto medical examiner for graduate and postgraduate medical programs, certified director for advanced life cardiac support program with the heart and stroke foundation of Canada. He is known an excellent medical lecturer and is involved in CME lectures to the medical community in Ontario, Canada.

He is currently the executive director of Toronto heart and Women`s health Center in Toronto, and the director and CEO of Richmond Hill Cardiac center in Richmond Hill with more than 20000.00 patients seen and managed by him .

He is well known to be a patient advocate both nationally and internationally helping patients to achieve the best of health, he facilitated the transfer of patients from different third world countries to receive treatments in both Canada and Europe. He also has known to help the poor communities in Sudan, Palestine by sending medical equipment and medical supplies on regular basis. He is known to be civil right advocate and an active member in immensity international and animal rights group, member of the Canadian race relation foundation, an active member of Islamic relief Canada.

At the personal level, he is a devoted father for six children, love sport including boxing, swimming football (Soccer) and basketball. He traveled to 21 countries to explore nature and nations around the world.

His strategy in life is what was narrated from the prophet of peace Mohamed (PPUH), Stating prepare for your life as if you are to live FOREVER, and prepare for the day after as if you are DYING TOMORROW.

 

 

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RESEARCH

 

National and International Research Papers, Presentation and Published Articles

New Coronary Artery Stenosis Following AVR: At The Cardiology Research Competition Day. Toronto, Ontario.1998 (oral presentation)

New Coronary Artery Stenosis Following AVR: At The International Medical Science Congress in Turkey, Istanbul.1999  (oral presentation)

Acute Effect of Pacing Rate on Hemodynamics in Patients with Left Ventricular Dysfunction: The Cardiology Residents Research Competition Day in Toronto, Ontario. 1999 (oral presentation)

Acute Effect of Pacing Rate on Hemodynamics in Patients with Left Ventricular Dysfunction: Accepted for oral presentation at the 19th international medical science congress in Istanbul, Turkey.

Acute Effect of Pacing Rate on Hemodynamics In-Patients with Left Ventricular Dysfunction. Accepted for oral presentation at the annual science conference in Russia. May.25.2000

Redo myectomy for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in adults.: Clinical, echocardiographic and histopathological correlation: oral presentation at the annual Urselana Labang cardiology residents competition. May 11. 2000

Gastrointestinal bleeding by Pancreatic Psudeoanuerysms: Arrazaghi. A. MD, Cohen. L. MD, FRCPC: Published as abstract. American Journal of Gastroentrology Sep 1997

Myectomy for Obstructive Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy after Failed Alcohol Septal Ablation, Histopathological Correlation: Arrazaghi.A.MD, Butany. J.MD, Wigle.D.MD, Rakowaski.H.MD, William.G.MD. Canadian Journal of Cardiology, February 2001, Volume 17, Number 2: 197-202

Short QT Syndrome, New genetic disease causing Sudden Cardiac Death. Arrazaghi A. MD. Parhurst Exchange medical Journal, Volume 13.Number 12.June 2006

Drug Induced Torsade , Arrazaghi. A. MD

Parkhurst Excahnge Medical Journal, July 2006

Case (1) Wide complex tachycardia with syncope (Case presentation and Review), published at www.paramedics.com

Case (2) Chest Pain Syndrome (Case presentation and Review) Published at www.paramedics.com

Vitamin E and Cardiac Diseases
Published at the Canadian Arabic News, Newspaper: June.09.99-Vol 23-Issue 447

Beta Carotene and Heart disease
Published at the Canadian Arabic News, Newspaper: July.21, 1999-Vol 23-Issue 450

Viagra and Heart Disease
Published at the Canadian Arabic News, Newspaper: August.04.1999-Vol 23-Issue 451

Viagra and Heart Disease
Published at the ARAB.2000 Newspaper: Vol., issue IV Feb.18, 2000

Medical Benefits of Tea
Published at the Canadian Arabic News, Newspaper: November.1999 (Reviewer)

Overview on Treatment with Acupuncture
Published at the Canadian Arabic News, Newspaper: December.1999 (Reviewer)

Overview on Breast Cancer
Published at the Canadian Arabic News, Newspaper: December.1999 (Reviewer)

Lipids and Coronary artery Disease
Published at the Canadian Arabic News, Newspaper: January.2000, Vol. 24-Issue 463 (Reviewer)

Breast Cancer, Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment: Published at the ARAB.2000 Newspaper: Feb.2000

Angina Pectoris, Diagnosis and Treatment (Part.1) Published at the ARAB.2000 Newspaper: March.2000

Angina Pectoris, Diagnosis and Treatment (Part II) Published at the ARAB.2000 Newspaper: April.2000

Gall Stones, Diagnosis and Treatment Published at the Arabic News, Newspaper:  March.2000 (Reviewer).

Woman and Coronary artery disease (Part .I) Published at the ARAB.2000 Newspaper: May.2000

Woman and Coronary artery disease (Part .II) Published at the ARAB.2000 Newspaper: May.2000

Osteoporosis, Prevention and Treatment Published at the Arab News Newspaper: June.2000

Peptic Ulcer, Diagnosis and treatment Published at the ARAB.2000 Newspaper: July.2000

Shortness of breath, causes and treatment Published at ARAB.2000 Newspaper: August.2000

Weight Loss, is it always advised? (Part 1) Published at Arab 2000 Newspaper: August.2000

Weight Loss, is it always advised? (Part II) Published at Arab 2000 Newspaper: September 2000

HIV the Silent Killer, review
Published at LISAN AL-ARB: September 2000 (Reviewer)Smoking effects and side effects: Published at Arab 2000: October 2000.