Mr Tamer Abdelrazik
Urogynaecology and pelvic reconstructive surgery, abnormal uterine bleeding, pelvic pain, menopause
Tamer Abdelrazik is a consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at The Great Western Hospital in Swindon. He is involved in the management of general gynaecological problems, such as heavy periods, HRT, pelvic pain including painful intercourse and has a special interest in the treatment of pelvic organ prolapse and female urinary incontinence (Urogynaecology). Mr Abdelrazik graduated from Cairo University in 1994, after completing a four year training programme at Al-Hussein University hospital, in Cairo, he joined the specialty training programme in the southwest of England. He received advanced training in urogynaecology at Southmead Hospital, in Bristol. Mr Abdelrazik has contributed his medical research both in the UK and abroad. In 2000, he was awarded a Master's Degree (MSc) at Al Azhar University, in Cairo. Mr Abdelrazik teaches medical students at Universities in both Bristol and Oxford, and coordinates training courses/scientific meetings for junior doctors.
Research and Publications: Abdelrazik T. 'Urodynamics in Urogynaecology: Important Issues in Practice' Obs Gynae & Midwifery News, winter 2008. : pp.24-27. Azzam HM, Azzam LM, Abdelrazik T. 'Multiple pregnancies: management and outcome. Caesarean or no Caesarean, this is the question'. BJOG. Sept 2008 (115) Sup1:84 Hefni MA, Bhaumik J, El-Toukhy T, Kho P, Wong I, Abdel-Razik T, Davies AE, 'Safety and efficacy of using Ligasure vessel sealing system for securing the pedicles in vaginal hysterectomy: randomised controlled trial'. BJOG. Mar 2005. 112(3):329-33. PMID: 15713149
Personal Interests: Rowing, Canoeing, walking and camping.