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Dr. Issam A. Mardini is working as an Assistant Professor of Department of Anesthesiology & Critical Care at The University of Pennsylvania Health System. He is also working as Attending Anesthesiologist, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He received his MD (Medicine) from University of Damascus, Damascus, Syria, 1978 and Ph.D. (Physiology & Pharmacology) from University of South Dakota, 1985.. His research interests include: Acute pain management, perioperative pain control, chronic pain medicine, nerve blocks and regional anesthesia, injection/ablation for chronic pain, anesthesia for orthopedic and gynecological surgery,anesthesia for urological surgery, anticoagulation agents in the perioperative period and their interactions with regional anesthesia.
The autologous blood and cell therapies have become increasingly popular in the last decade due to the great results in management of musculoskeletal problems and disease, in particular in sport injuries and expected to multiply in the near future, The self-healing power of the body are used in side effect-free treatment and promoted an accelerating healing process and fast pain-free recovery.
To enhance such treatment it should be individualised and taking into account the individual circumstances and environment and the team work effectiveness. A summarised plan and protocol for beginners on how to master the work in Regenerative therapy is proposed and sharing experience about the effectiveness of regenerative therapy in eh world of Orthopaedics.