Dr. Sulieman Khattar


Consultant Paediatrics


Dr. Sulieman obtained a Master’s degree in pediatrics from Damascus university in 2007 and got the Arab Board certification in pediatrics from the Arab Board of Medical Specializations in 2006, He has 16-year experience in the field of pediatrics, which was spent in well reputed highly qualified hospitals, and medical centers in Syria. Dr. Sulieman contributed to the establishment of Al-Wiaam Medical Complex in Syria and assumed its medical management for 7 years. Dr. Sulieman believes in practicing medicine with high standers of commitment and competence along with professional ethics

  • Master degree in pediatrics, Damascus university 2007.
  • Arab Board of Medical Specializations certificate in pediatrics, 2006.
  • Doctor of medicine, MD, Damascus university 2001.
Clinical Expertise:
  • Diagnosing and treating diseases of pediatric patients from newborns to adolescents, that includes history taking, clinical examination, ordering diagnostic procedures like lab tests and medical imaging, and other specific diagnostic procedures, Performing specific diagnostic and therapeutic procedures like lumbar puncture, thoracentesis, celiocentesis, bone marrow aspiration, umbilical vein catheterization, and exchange transfusion and partial exchange transfusion when needed for newborns, as well as intubation and mechanical ventilation when needed for the critical cases, and initiating management plans and patient follow up.
  • Providing primary healthcare for healthy children like growth and psychomotor development observation, nutrition, vaccination supervision, and parental education.

Special Skills:

  • Intubation
  • Assistant mechanical ventilation
  • Lumbar puncture
  • Thoracentesis
  • Celiocentesis
  • Umbilical vein catheterization
  • Exchange transfusion
  • Partial exchange transfusion
  • Bone marrow aspiration
Certifications and Professional Memberships:

Research and Publications:

  • Epidemiology of Chronic Renal Failure in Children, Damascus university journal, August 2006.
  • Chronic Renal Failure in Children, experience of children’s hospital in Damascus, September 2007.
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