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In memory of departed editor of AER Burhan Adeen Alabed (1922-2014).

Takrouri MS, Abass M - Anesth Essays Res (2015 Jan-Apr)

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Affiliation: Department of Anesthesia, Alsafwah Center, Riyadh, KSA. E-mail: E-mail: mmtakrouri@aol.com.

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Professor Burhan Adeen Alabed was born on November 11, 1922 and died on September 30, 2014 in Damascus Syrian Arabic Republic... Burhan Adeen was born to a prestigious family in one of the oldest region Al-Midan quarter... In 1958 he returned from USA after finishing his training in 1962... Then he was appointed as an assistant professor then gradually promoted in academic positions to Chair Professor in 1971 in the Faculty of Medicine... Also so many theses were written on anesthesia under his supervision... As one term president of PFSA, he presided the 4 Pan Arab Congress in 1993 in Damascus Syria, which was patronaged by late president Hafez Al Assad... He hold many advisory and professional positions in Syrian Ministry of Health and built a great foundation of medical practice and wrote to Arabic encyclopedia many chapters so he translated to WHO the simple English text anesthesia for region Hospital among many... As postgraduate courses, he initiated in 1960s the training for residents and served in Arabian union of physicians representing his country... I would ascertain that there were many good deeds he participated in allowing the rise of modern anesthesia professionally and scientifically, one of his published photo with Professor Sir Robert Macintosh demonstrating his OME apparatus in medical school hospital to Syrian anesthesiologists in 1960s He is survived by his wife he is survived by his lady wife Sabhat Al-Ajlani, his ladies daughters: Bareaa, Nada, Maria, and Azzah... Many of his Arab friends, patients, students, nurses assistants; also many International Anesthesiologists will notice his passing away and our loss of great anesthesiologist, medical historian, teacher, editor, translator, and author.

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In memory of departed editor of AER Burhan Adeen Alabed (1922-2014).

Takrouri MS, Abass M - Anesth Essays Res (2015 Jan-Apr)

Burhan Adeen Alabed (1922-2014)
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Affiliation: Department of Anesthesia, Alsafwah Center, Riyadh, KSA. E-mail: E-mail: mmtakrouri@aol.com.

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Professor Burhan Adeen Alabed was born on November 11, 1922 and died on September 30, 2014 in Damascus Syrian Arabic Republic... Burhan Adeen was born to a prestigious family in one of the oldest region Al-Midan quarter... In 1958 he returned from USA after finishing his training in 1962... Then he was appointed as an assistant professor then gradually promoted in academic positions to Chair Professor in 1971 in the Faculty of Medicine... Also so many theses were written on anesthesia under his supervision... As one term president of PFSA, he presided the 4 Pan Arab Congress in 1993 in Damascus Syria, which was patronaged by late president Hafez Al Assad... He hold many advisory and professional positions in Syrian Ministry of Health and built a great foundation of medical practice and wrote to Arabic encyclopedia many chapters so he translated to WHO the simple English text anesthesia for region Hospital among many... As postgraduate courses, he initiated in 1960s the training for residents and served in Arabian union of physicians representing his country... I would ascertain that there were many good deeds he participated in allowing the rise of modern anesthesia professionally and scientifically, one of his published photo with Professor Sir Robert Macintosh demonstrating his OME apparatus in medical school hospital to Syrian anesthesiologists in 1960s He is survived by his wife he is survived by his lady wife Sabhat Al-Ajlani, his ladies daughters: Bareaa, Nada, Maria, and Azzah... Many of his Arab friends, patients, students, nurses assistants; also many International Anesthesiologists will notice his passing away and our loss of great anesthesiologist, medical historian, teacher, editor, translator, and author.

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