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Written by a NHS patient at Victoria Hospital
25th January 2023


I had complicated heart surgery comprising of double valve replacement and aortic arch repair carried out by Professor Bittar and his exceptional team at Blackpool Victoria Hospital. I could hardly walk before the surgery, and am now returned to normal active health. I understand the apprehension felt by patients waiting for heart surgery, but I can confidently assure other patients to trust Professor Bittar and the team that you will receive world class attention at Blackpool Victoria.

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Written by a NHS patient at Victoria Hospital
23rd November 2022


I have every respect for Mr bittar and his team on4th June I was admitted to Blackpool hospital after having a heart attack I required details a double heart by pass the above surgeon and his team performed this on th15th iam most grateful to all concerned and everyone on wards 38 and 39 plus icu and intensive care I carnt thank you enough wonderful people I have a 2nd chance at life and fully enjoying it love and best wishes to all Paul read

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Written by a NHS patient at Victoria Hospital
21st August 2022


Having been transferred as an emergency and admitted in January to Blackpool, I was operated on immediately for a life saving procedure and I will be eternally grateful to Prof Bittar and his team , especially all the wonderful ICU nurses and staff on ward 39. Seven months on I am now enjoying a glass of wine with my family and celebrating with my grandchildren. Many many thanks.

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Written by a NHS patient at Victoria Hospital
23rd May 2022


I had an aortic valve replacement on 22 February 2022 and have nothing but admiration for Professor Bittar and teams on icu and ward 39. I’m an older lady of 77 years but was treated with respect and care from everyone. Without the Professor I feel I would be facing a much less active future. A wonderful surgeon backed up caring staff.

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Written by a NHS patient at Victoria Hospital
13th April 2022


Professor Bittar and the work of his NHS team richly deserve praise and recognition. It was a shock to be on the operating table on Christmas Eve but I was so pleased with the speedy response from the diagnosis stage to the operating theatre! It was very impressive timing particularly given the pandemic. From my first discussions with Professor Bittar at the hospital, he imbued confidence and I felt I was in ‘safe hands’. There is a ’gravitas’ about his manner which my wife and I truly valued. He has a remarkable skill set and expertise that helps save lives on a daily basis. I am extremely grateful and humbled to be one of his patients. I received excellent care on Ward 39. I am in awe of the work of the Professor and his team and the exceptional treatment I received at Blackpool Victoria Hospital. It is important his exceptional work is celebrated.

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Mr MN Bittar was awarded the iWantGreatCare certificate of excellence in 2022 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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