Ikram Ul Haque

Ikram Ul Haque
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Division Chief & Senior Attending Physician Years Of Experience: 21
  • About the Physician

    Dr. Ikram Haque is the Division Chief of Critical Care and a Senior Attending Physician at Sidra Medicine, joining in January 2018 and leading the division to develop a pediatric critical care program of excellence in Qatar. Dr. Haque is American Board certified in General Pediatrics and Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. He previously served at the University of Texas Health in Houston, Texas, USA, as the Professor of Pediatrics, Division Chief, and Fellowship Program Director of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.

    Languages Spoken

    English, Urdu

    Years Of Experience
    • Medical School, Dow Medical College/ University of Karachi Pakistan, 1994
    • Residency in Pediatrics, Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center, Brooklyn, New York, USA, 1999
    • Fellowship in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, The University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, USA, 2002
    • Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics, USA
    • Fellow, Society of Critical Care Medicine, USA
    • Member, Provisional Section on Child Death Review and Prevention AAP, USA
    • Member, American Heart Association, USA
    • Member, AHA Council on Cardiopulmonary, Perioperative and Critical Care, USA
    • Member, AHA Council on Cardiovascular Disease in the young, USA
    • Member, Qatar Critical Care Society, Qatar
    Areas of Interest
    • Acute respiratory Distress Syndrome and Mechanical Ventilation
    • Acute Brain Injury, non-traumatic and traumatic
    • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation Techniques
    • Therapeutic hypothermia
    • Relationship between Pediatric Asthma and Obesity
    Educational Interests
    • Medical Students, Residency and Fellowship Training Program
    • Pediatric Advance Life Support - Instructor and Previous Faculty
    Medical Publications
    1. Udassi J, Haque I. Approach to circulation after cardiac surgery in children. Qatar Med J. 2019 Nov 7;2019(2):25. PMCID: PMC6851949.
    2. Haque IU, Udassi JP. Current Trends in Pediatric ARDS. Qatar Med J. 2019 Nov 7;2019(2):23. PMCID: PMC6851902.
    3. Sharda Udassi, Ikram U. Haque, Dalia Lopez-Colon, Andre Shih, Dhanya Vasudeva, Giridhar Kaliki-Venkata, Michael Weiss, Arno L. Zaritsky, Jai P. Udassi. Chest compression by two-thumb encircling method generates higher carotid artery blood flow in swine infant model of cardiac arrest. Resuscitation Plus.2021 Volume 6: 100118. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resplu.2021.100118.
    4. Johnston RA, Atkins CL, Siddiqui SR, Jackson WT, Mitchell NC, Spencer CY, Pilkington AW 4th, Kashon ML, Haque IU. Interleukin-11 receptor subunit α-1 is required for maximal airway responsiveness to methacholine after acute exposure to ozone. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 2022 Dec 1;323(6):R921-R934. doi: 10.1152/ajpregu.00213.2022. Epub 2022 Oct 25. PMID: 36283092; PMCID: PMC9722265.
    5. Udassi JP, Ikram IH, Ibrahim F Hassan. Advancing Pediatric Critical Care in Qatar- Editorial - Qatar Medical Journal- October 2019. Published online: 05 November 2019. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5339/qmj.2019.qccc.1