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Employment History

Clinical Associate Professor
Al Baraha Hospital

Consultant Otologist, Neurologist and Medical Director
Al Baraha Hospital

Head of the Ear, Nose and Throat Department
Al Baraha Hospital

Head
Sharjah University

Consultant Otologist and Neurotologist and Medical Director
Al Nahdha Hospital

Affiliations

Chairman and Head of the Scientific Committee
Conference

Education

MD

Sharjah University

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Ahmad Alamadi, MD, ...

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Ahmad Alamadi, MD, Co-Chairman Middle East Update in Otolaryngology, Consultant Otologist and Neurotologist & Medical Director, Al Baraha Hospital; Clinical Associate Professor, Sharjah University; Head of Evaluation committee for higher degrees, Ministry of Health, Dubai, UAE


Ahmad Alamadi, MD, ...

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Ahmad Alamadi, MD, Co-Chairman Middle East Update in Otolaryngology, Consultant Otologist and Neurotologist & Medical Director, Al Baraha Hospital; Clinical Associate Professor, Sharjah University; Head of Evaluation committee for higher degrees, Ministry of Health, Dubai, UAE


Guest Speakers | Dubai Otology

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Ahmad Alamadi, MD, FRCS (Glasgow) Consultant Otologist, Neurologist & Medical Director Al Baraha Hospital


Keep Seniors Safe » Doctors call for ‘ear candling’ therapy to be banned

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"You can burn your skin, you can burn your hair, the candle can perforate the eardrum," said Dr Ahmad Alamadi, the head of the ear, nose and throat department at Al Baraha Hospital in Dubai.

One patient needed surgery days after having the treatment last year. Her hearing was reduced to 50 per cent, Dr Alamadi said. "I saw her ears completely blocked, but from the candle wax," he said. "The candle itself melted and went down the canal. It solidified and packed the whole ear. She was lucky it didn't burn the eardrums."
After administering general anaesthesia on the patient, Dr Alamadi took about two hours to scoop out "about three to four cubic centimetres of wax".
"Trying to avoid damaging the skin of the canal was tricky work. It wasn't fun," he said.
Dr Alamadi urged the Ministry of Health to follow the examples of the United States and Canada, which have banned the practice.


Messages | Dubai Otology

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Ahmad Alamadi Conference Chairman Dubai Otology 2015

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