27 January 2018
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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Iyad Ismail at Spire include:
Thoracic Ultrasound, Pleural Procedures (Chest drains, Indwelling Pleural Catheter), Bronchoscopy, EBUS
I have been practicing now as a respiratory consultant for 2 years and in my first year took the lung cancer lead role for the trust I work in (Heart of England). I am an expert in pleural disease. I have introduced an outpatient pleural disease clinic at Good Hope Hospital. I have also introduced outpatient NIV set up to treat respiratory failure. I carry out research related to lung cancer management.
The treatments I specialise in are Thoracic Ultrasound, Bronchoscopy, End-bronchial Ultrasound (EBUS) Pleural Aspiration (Diagnostic, Therapeutic), Indwelling Pleural Catheter (IPC) and Intercostal Chest Drain.
I manage general respiratory conditions including cough, breathlessness, asthma , COPD, bronchiectasis, sarcoidosis, respiratory failure and obstructive sleep apnea.
MB BS / University Hospital of Science & Technology, Irbid, Jordan / 2000
Bachelor of Medicine , Bachelor of Surgery
MBBS is a degree given to physicians at the basis of their training
MRCP / UK (Edinburgh) / 2009
Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians
Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, Good Hope HospitalBack to top
In my leisure time, I enjoy playing tennis with my son and value family time. I have family members in 4 different countries (Jordan, America, Bahrain and UAE) which keeps life interesting and having a lot to look forward to. I enjoy watching football and strongly support Liverpool. I have acquired LFC membership and along with my son, we try to get to some matches at Anfield in Liverpool when time allows.
My overseas experience has helped me work in the NHS in many ways. Working in Jordan, a country known for its limited resources, meant I had to provide best and safest possible patient care with the available logistics.
I am constantly self-critical of my practice against patient outcomes. This has helped me develop and refine both my skills and knowledge. I have on so many occasions called patients to check on their progress after an introduction of a new treatment or to inform them of test results.Back to top