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Mohammad Zahir, M.D.,F.A.C.P.,F.A.C.C

Specialty

Internal Medicine

Education

Medical School

Nishtar Medical College, Multan

Residency

University of the State of New York

Professional Experience

Positions Held:

Executive Medical Advisor, Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center (KJMC)-1193-Present
Director, Department of Medicine, KJMC-1980-Present
Program Director, KJMC Residency Program in Internal Medicine
Director Graduate Medical Education, KJMC- 1990-Present
Chief, Division of Cardiology. KJMC-1971-Present
Attending in Medicine 1971 – Present, Consultant Physician, University Hospital of Brooklyn 1972 – Present

(Position @ KJMC, years in total) Since 1980

Board Certifications

Diplomat of Internal Medicine, 1969
Diplomat of Cardiovascular Disease, 1970

Professional Affiliations

Teaching positions

Clinical Assoc. Professor of Medicine, Health Science Center, Brooklyn/State University of New York, Brooklyn NY, 1977-Present
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Health Science Center, Brooklyn/State University of New York, Brooklyn NY, 1972-1977

Additional Information

Publications

1. Zahir, M. and Gould, L.: Phentolamine and Beta Adrenergic Receptors

J.Clin. Pharm. 11:197-203, 1971.

2. Gould, L., Zahir, M., Calder, B. and Lyon, A.F.: Non-Obstructive Primary Myocardial Disease. Hemodynamic studies in fourteen cases. Amer. J. Cardiology 22:523-531, 1968.

3. Zahir, M. and Gould, L.: A New Method for Measurement of Blood

Pressure in Clinical Shock. Amer. Heart Journal 79:572, 1970.

4. Gould, L., Zahir, M., and Ettinger, S.: Phentolamine and

Cardiovascular Performance. Brit. Heart Journal 31:154-162, 1969.

5. Zahir, M., and Gould, L.: Beta Adrenergic Stimulation

by Phentolamine. Circulation 38:211 1968.

6. Gould, L., Zahir, M., Shariff, M., and Di Lieto, M.: Cardiac Hemodynamics in Alcoholic Heart Disease. Annals Int.Med. 71:543-553,1969.

7. Zahir, M., Gould, L., Gomprecht, R.F., De Martino, A.: Cardiac Effects of a Cocktail. Supplement II, Circulation XLIII-XLIV, Oct.1971.

8. Gould, L., Zahir, M., Shariff, M. and Giuliani, M.: Phentolamine,

Use In Congestive Failure. Jap. Heart Journal 11:17-25, 1970.

9. Gould, L., Zahir, M., Shariff, M. and Giuliani, M.: Phentolamine, Use in Pulmonary Edema. Preliminary Report. Jap. Heart Journal 11:141-145, 1970.

10. Gould, L., Zahir, M. and Gomprecht, R.F.: Cardiac Arrest During

Edrophonium Administration. Amer. Heart Journal 81:437-438, 1971.

11. Gould, L., Zahir, M., Shariff, M., De Guia, R. and Di Lieto, M.: Alcoholic Heart Disease. The Hemodynamic Effects of Digitalis on Exercise. Jap. Heart Journal 11:521-527, 1970.

12. Gould, L. Zahir, M., De Martino, A. and Gomprecht, R.F.: Hemodynamic Effects of Phentolamine in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Brit Heart Journal 33:445-450. 1971.

13. Gould, L., Zahir, M., De Martino, A., Gomprecht, R.F. and

Hayt, D.:Extensive Calcification of the Tricuspid Valve in

Rheumatic Heart Disease. Angiology 22:529-533, 1971.

14. Gould, L., Zahir, M. and Shariff, M.: Is Phentolamine in Alpha

Adrenergic Blocker? Journal Clinical Pharm. 11:268-273, 1971.

15. Gould, L., Zahir, M., De Martino, Z., Gomprecht, R.F. and

Jaynal, F.: Hemodynamic Effects of Ethanol in Patients with Cardiac Disease. Quart. J. Stud. Alcohol. 33:714-717, 19

16. Gould, L., Shariff, M., Zahir, M., and Di Lieto, M.: Cardiac Hemodynamics in Alcoholic Patients with Chronic Liver Disease. Journal Clinical Invest. 48:860-868, 1969

17. Gould, L., Shariff, M., Zahir, M., and Giuliani, M.: Treatment of Cardiac Arrhythmias with Phentolamine.

Am. Heart J. 78:189-193,1969.

18. Giuliani, M., Gould, L., and Zahir, M.: Emergency Surgical

Treatment Valvular Endocarditis. Jap. Heart J. 10-373-378, 1969.

19. Gould, L., Gomprecht, R.F. and Zahir, M.: The Stages of Alcoholic Heart

Disease. An Hypothesis. Med. Times 98:91-94, 1970.

20. Gould, L., Gomprecht, R.F. and Zahir, M.: Oral Phentolamine for the Treatment of Ventricular Premature Contractions.

Brit. Heart J. 33: 101-104, 1971.

21. Gould, L., Zahir, m., and Gomprecht, R.F.: Effects of Alcohol on

the Systolic Time Intervals. Quart. J. Stud. Alcohol 33:451-455, 1972.

22. Gould, L., Umali, F., Gomprecht, R.F. and Zahir, M.: Cardiac

Effects of Alcohol in the Chronic Alcoholic. Quart. J. Stud.

Alcohol. 33: 966-970, 1972.

23. Gould, L., Collica, C., Zahir, M. and Gomprecht, R.F.: Ethyl

34:815-820, 1972.

24. Gould, L., Umali, F., Zahir, M., Gomprecht, R.F. and Frater, R.: Serial Cardiac Catheterization in Infundibular and pulmonic Stenosis. Chest. 62: 333-336, 1972.

25. Gould, L., Zahir, M., De Martino, A. and Gomprecht, R.F.:

Cardiac Effects of a Cocktail. J.A.M.A. 218:1799-1802, 1971.

26. Gould, L., Zahir, M., and Ettinger, S.: Phentolamine and

Cardiovascular Performance. Am. J.Cardiol. 21:100, 1968.

27. Gould, L.Zahir, M., Gomprecht, R.F. and De Martino, A.:

Hemodynamic Effects of a Cocktail. Clin.Research. 19:317,1971.

28. Ettinger, S., Gould, L., and Zahir, M.: Phentolamine - Use

in Cardiac Arrhythmias. Circulation. 38:73, 1968.

29. Gould, L., Gomprecht, R.F. and Zahir, M.: Oral Phentolamine for the Treatment of Ventricular Premature Contractions. Ann. Int. Med. 72:779, 1970.

30. Gould, L., Jaynal, F., Zahir, M. an Gomprecht, R.F. Effects

of Alcohol on systolic Time Intervals. Clinical Research.38:309, 1970.

31. Gould, L., Collica, C., Zahir, M. and Gomprecht R.F. Ethanol

32. Gould, L., Zahir, M., Gomprecht, R.F. and De Martino, A.:

Fellowships

1. Fellow of American College of Physicians 2. Fellow of American College of Cardiology 3. Fellow of American Heart Association

4. Fellow of Council on Clinical Cardiology

of the American Heart Association

5. Fellow of The New York Cardiology Society

6. Member, Committee on Continuing Medical Education,

Medical Society of the State of New York 1993

7. Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine

8. American Medical Association

9. Medical Society of the County of Kings and

the Academy of Medicine of Brooklyn

Medical Society of the State of New York

New York Heart Association

American Heart Association

Member, Scientific Program Committee,

The New York Cardiological Society

Honors / Recognitions

United States Fulbright Scholar 1962

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