Dr. Bou Hussein is specialized in the medical management of congenital and acquired cardiac anomalies in newborns and children. He is a graduate of the American University of Beirut Medical Center, where he completed 7 years of residency and fellowship with a wide, highly-loaded exposure to congenital and complex cardiac cases. With an experience of thousands of diagnostic transthoracic and transesophageal echocardiography, as well as interventional cases in a multidisciplinary quaternary care center, Dr. Bou Houssein has been involved in several humanitarian organizations including Doctors without Borders, Brave Heart Foundation, and Mohammad Bin Rashid Charity with missions to Iraq, Kerygiztan, and Mauritania.
Interventional Cardiology – Three Figulla occlutech device closure of ASD, Case report
Using Holter as a tool for diagnosing long QT interval in pediatric age group; Is it applicable?
Incidence and management approach of events of Porta-a-Cath fracture and migration in pediatric cancer patients at a tertiary medical center in the Middle East: Our 15-year experience
Ventricular Septal Defect: Introducing Novel Techniques using AVP III for Closure –Case report.
Outcomes of Trans catheter Closure of Atrial septal defects at a Tertiary Center in a developing Country. Accepted at PEDC journal.