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Written by a patient at Victoria Hospital
14th October 2020


What is great about Professor Bittar is that he successfully operated on me. I know next to nothing about medicine, though more than I did last year, so am not compatent to comment further.

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Written by a patient at Victoria Hospital
15th September 2020


Very good care by the team. Recovery has gone well.

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Written by a patient at Victoria Hospital
4th September 2020


Professor Bittar performed double heart bypass surgery on me on the 5th June, in the midst of the Covid outbreak, which was a very stressful time for all parties concerned. The pre op care, the operation itself and the time I spent in CICU (which was extended by my reaction to the anaesthetic) was excellent in all respects, I have made a good recovery, with none of my previous symptoms now present, so a huge thank you to all aforementioned persons. Post op care however, (ward 35) in my opinion, fell short of the previous excellence by some way, mainly due to the attitude of a health care assistant I felt moved to complain to the then acting Ward Sister about. Apologies I cannot leave a perfect review for my entire experience but again, a huge thank you to Professor Bittar, ward 33 and CICU.

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Written by a patient at Victoria Hospital
19th August 2020


I was admitted on 10th march for removal of part of my lung from lung cancer. From the minute I was acquainted with Dr Bittar I was informed in great detail of all aspect of the procedure. He was very attentive and treat me with great respect and empathy. I put my complete trust in a man I never knew and I am deeply grateful for the treatment and aftercare I received from him. Dr Bittar has played a great part in my life and I will forever have respect for him I would also like to thank Dr Knowles the aneasthtist- he was amazing throughout the whole procedure as I had to be placed under anaesthetic more than once and he was very thorough and empathetic Many thanks James O'Rourke

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Written by a patient at Victoria Hospital
16th June 2020


My experience of Prof Bittar and his team could not have been bettered I was kept fully informed all the way through my double heart bypass, so that I knew exactly at each stage what to expect. I have now been discharged as my recovery has gone that well my after pain was much less than I was expecting and my scar healed quite quickly with no problems. I can not praise this team or the staff at Blackpool Victoria Hospital enough thank you all . If in the future I have any further heart problems I will definitely want to be referred to the Professor and his team . Thank you all

1st July 2020
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It is my pleasure and I wish you all the best for the future

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Mr MN Bittar was awarded the iWantGreatCare certificate of excellence in 2020 for delivering outstanding care.

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I am a cardiothoracic surgeon, my practice is mixed. In cardiac surgery I have a special interest in aortic surgery, minimally invasive aortic surgery, I also perform the general cardiac operations ( CABG, OPCAB and valve surgery). In thoracic surgery, I deal with chest wall, lung, pleural and mediastinal surgical diseases. I have special interest in the minimally invasive approach (video assisted thoracoscopic procedures-VATS lobectomy) and fractured ribs fixation. I am interested in research; my qualification is a Medical Doctorate M.D. from Manchester University in 2007. My thesis was based on inflammatory response to the use of cardiopulmonary bypass in patients undergoing cardiac surgery. This response was linked to certain genotypes of a certain polymorphisms. My current affiliation is with the University of Salford, I am collaborating with researchers studying the myocardial cell dysfunction, the inflammatory response and its effect on the conduits that used in cardiac surgery.Recently I was appointed as a professor (Hon)@ the University of Salford.

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