🌟Dr. Haytham Elgharably, Endocarditis, Best Researcher Award🏆

Doctorate at Cleveland Clinic, United States

Dr. Haytham Elgharably is a highly accomplished cardiothoracic surgeon affiliated with the Cleveland Clinic’s Heart & Vascular Institute. He holds an MD from Zagazig University in Egypt, along with a Master of Surgery degree. Currently pursuing a PhD in Molecular Medicine from Case Western Reserve University, Dr. Elgharably is deeply involved in both clinical practice and academic research. He has a significant focus on various aspects of cardiac and thoracic surgery, with particular expertise in complex procedures such as valve repairs and lung transplants.

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Dr. Elgharably has a prolific publication record, with numerous peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters to his credit. His work spans a wide range of topics within cardiothoracic surgery, including outcomes research, surgical techniques, and innovations in patient care. His contributions to the field have been recognized through various awards and honors.

  • 67 documents
  • 917 citations
  • h-index of 16.


Dr. Elgharably received his medical education at Zagazig University in Egypt, obtaining his MBChB degree in 2006. He subsequently pursued postgraduate training, including a Master of Surgery degree from the same institution. Currently, he is enrolled in a Molecular Medicine PhD program at Case Western Reserve University.

Research Focus:

Dr. Elgharably’s research interests encompass several areas within cardiothoracic surgery. He has investigated topics such as endocarditis, lung transplantation, mitral valve repair, and the impact of various interventions on patient outcomes. His work often involves multidisciplinary collaboration and aims to advance both clinical practice and scientific understanding in the field.

Professional Journey:

After completing his medical and surgical training in Egypt, Dr. Elgharably pursued further specialization and research opportunities in the United States. He completed fellowships at renowned institutions such as the Ohio State University and the Cleveland Clinic, where he currently holds academic and clinical appointments. Throughout his career, he has assumed roles of increasing responsibility, including surgical directorship and quality officer positions.

Honors & Awards:

Dr. Elgharably has been recognized for his contributions to cardiothoracic surgery through various honors and awards. These accolades reflect his dedication to excellence in both clinical practice and research, as well as his commitment to advancing patient care and surgical innovation.

Publications Noted & Contributions:

Dr. Elgharably has made significant contributions to the medical literature through his extensive publication record. His research articles and book chapters cover a diverse range of topics within cardiothoracic surgery, providing insights into surgical techniques, outcomes, and advancements in the field.

Title: Arterial Hyperoxemia During Cardiopulmonary Bypass Was Not Associated With Worse Postoperative Pulmonary Function: A Retrospective Cohort Study

  • Authors: M Kelava, AJ Milam, J Mi, A Alfirevic, P Grady, S Unai, H Elgharably, …
  • Journal: Anesthesia & Analgesia
  • Volume: 138
  • Issue: 5
  • Pages: 1003-1010
  • Year: 2024

Title: Prolonged mechanical ventilation after lung transplant: predictors and impact on survival

  • Authors: L Hu, KS Ayyat, N Weingarten, T Okamoto, C Lehr, MM Budev, U Ahmad, …
  • Book: Current Challenges in Thoracic Surgery
  • Volume: 6
  • Year: 2024

Title: Perspective Chapter: Right Ventricular Free Wall–The Forgotten Territory for Revascularization

  • Authors: H Elgharably, SC Harb, A Mentias, K Ziada, FG Bakaeen
  • Publisher: IntechOpen
  • Year: 2024


  • Authors: Y Okushi, AM Gillinov, G Pettersson, S Unai, H Elgharably, RA Grimm, …
  • Journal: Journal of the American College of Cardiology
  • Volume: 83
  • Issue: 13_Supplement
  • Pages: 2129-2129
  • Year: 2024

Title: Significant Hypertension During Agonal Phase in Donation After Circulatory Death Donors Might be a Risk Factor of Pulmonary Edema in Clinical Lung Transplantation

  • Authors: T Okamoto, K Ayyat, A Tantawi, H Elgharably, S Unai, JJ Yun, M Budev, …
  • Journal: The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation
  • Volume: 43
  • Issue: 4
  • Pages: S161
  • Year: 2024

Research Timeline:

Dr. Elgharably’s research journey has been marked by a series of milestones, including completion of advanced degrees, fellowship training, and academic appointments. His timeline reflects a continuous dedication to advancing knowledge and improving patient care through research and scholarship.

Collaborations and Projects:

Dr. Elgharably has been involved in numerous collaborative research projects, both within his institution and with external partners. These collaborations have led to impactful contributions to the field of cardiothoracic surgery, fostering innovation and advancing the understanding of complex surgical techniques and interventions.

Haytham Elgharably | Endocarditis | Best Researcher Award

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