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Dr. Saima Jabeen


M.B.B.S. , FCPS Cardiac Surgery,
Senior Registrar Cardiac Surgery
Shalamar Institute of Health Sciences, Lahore

Department of Cardiac Surgery

About Dr Saima

Dr. Saima Jabeen is currently working as a Senior Registrar in the Cardiovascular Surgery Department at Shalamar Hospital. She obtained her medical degree from Khyber Medical University in 2014 and completed her house job at Military Hospital RWP in 2015. She took cardiac surgery training at Punjab Institute of Cardiology and successfully obtained her FCPS cardiac surgery qualification in 2022.

Present Title & Affiliation

  • Senior Registrar, Cardiac Surgery, Shalamar Medical and Dental College, Lahore


Clinical Services & Interests

  • Total Arterial Coronary Artery Bypass grafting

  • Mitral Valve Repair surgery using different techniques of repair

  • Aortic Root enlargement surgeries using different techniques in patients with small aortic roots


Research Interests

  • Different ways of cardioplegia administration and their effects on myocardial protection

  • Effect of long duration of cross clamp time on myocardial function in patients undergoing CABG


Education & Training

Shalamar Medical & Dental College, Lahore

Prof and Chief of Surgery & Allied (March 30, 2023- todate)


College of Physicians and Surgeons, Pakistan

Resident, Cardiac Surgery



Sheikh Zayed Hospital, RYK, Pakistan

Registrar, General Surgery,



Military Hospital, RWP, Pakistan

Intern, Medicine and Allied, Surgery and Allied,



Board Certifications

  • 2022 Fellowship of College of Physicians & Surgeons Pakistan (FCPS), in Cardiac Surgery

  • 2014     Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (M.B;B.S) Khyber Medical University, Peshawar, Pakistan


Selected Publications


Peer-Reviewed Articles

1.    Correlation of postoperative outcomes in patients undergoing CABG receiving Antegrade cardiopulmonary alone versus combined antegrade plus retrograde cardioplegia: A prospective review. Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Sciences. Vol. 17, No. 04, APR 2023
2.    Effect of shorter cross clamp time versus longer cross clamp time on cardiac enzyme level in patients undergoing CABG. Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Sciences. Vol. 17, No. 04, APR 2023

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