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Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine
Internal medicine academic faculty attending
Medical director of anticoagulation center
Staten Island University Hospital
Department of Surgery

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Basem Azab, M.D.

Address:

Staten Island, New York

Research Interests:

Inflammatory marker in predicting outcome in colorectal cancer,
Associate lecturer of surgical oncology,
Univer.

Biography:

  • Dr. Basem Azab, MD is an internal medicine specialist in Staten Island, NY and has been practicing for 16 years.
  • He graduated from Cairo U in 1999 and specializes in internal medicine and general surgery.

Awards & Honors:

  • Healthgrades Honor Roll

Publications:

  1. Novel Ergonomic Approach (Split-leg) for Transinguinal Groin Hernia Repair.
  2. Hypoalbuminemia in colorectal cancer prognosis: Nutritional marker or inflammatory surrogate?
  3. Usefulness of the Neutrophil-to-Lymphocyte Ratio in Predicting Short- and Long-Term Mortality in Breast Cancer Patients.
  4. The value of the pretreatment neutrophil lymphocyte ratio vs. platelet lymphocyte ratio in predicting the long-term survival in colorectal cancer.
  5. The value of the pretreatment albumin/globulin ratio in predicting the long-term survival in colorectal cancer.
  6. Value of platelet/lymphocyte ratio as a predictor of all-cause mortality after non-ST-elevation myocardial infarction.
  7. Neutrophil-Lymphocyte Ratio as a Predictor of Adverse Outcomes of Acute Pancreatitis.
  8. Mean platelet volume/platelet count ratio as a predictor of long-term mortality after non-ST-elevation myocardial infarction.
  9. Long-term mortality in minimally invasive compared with sternotomy coronary artery bypass surgery in the geriatric population (75 years and older patients).
  10. Elevated preoperative neutrophil/lymphocyte ratio as a predictor of increased long-term survival in minimal invasive coronary artery bypass surgery compared to sternotomy.