Dr. Muhammad Kashif Maan
DVM, M. Phil
Dr. Muhammad Kashif Maanis a young lecturer in the Department of Clinical Medicine & Surgery (Surgery section) since 2014. He secured DVM in 2012. He pursued his M.Phil in subject of Veterinary Surgery (UVAS) under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Muhammad Arif Khan. His work during M.Phil was on “Clinico-biochemical study on Xylazine-Ketamine and Isoflurane anesthesia in rabbits undergoing ovariohysterectomy”. He has the specialties in small and large animal soft tissue surgery, diagnosis and treatment of equine lameness, diagnostic radiology and ultrasonography and anesthesia and pain management.He has also 11 month teaching and research experience as a lecturer at College of veterinary and Animal Sciences, Jhang sub campus University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore.He is member of Pakistan society of anesthesia and pain management and Pakistan Veterinary Medical Council (PVMC). His main responsibilities are teaching of Veterinary Surgery courses, clinical case handling, research and extension services. He has the vision for the CMS Department to develop a state of modern surgical techniques and latest diagnostic tools to treat small and large animal surgical problems on country level to enhance animal’s survival and promote Veterinary Surgery in Pakistan.
Areas of interest
- Pain management and its new trends in small and large animals.
- Modern techniques in soft tissue surgery (Laparoscopic surgery).
- Diagnostic radiology and ultrasonography.
- Clinico-Biochemical study on Xylazine-Ketamine and Isoflurane anesthesia in Rabbits undergoing Ovariohysterectomy’. M. Kashif Maan1, M. Arif Khan, Shehla Gul Bokhari, Hamid Akbar, Sayyed Aun Muhammad. 2014. Pak J life Social Sci.
- Surgical Rectification of Congenital Type II Atresia ani leading to RectoVaginalFistula in Cattle Calves. Sayyed Aun Muhammad1*, Abdul Shakoor1, Muhammad Younus1, Mian Muhammad Awais2, M. Kashif Maan3 Muhammad Raza Hameed2. 2014. Pak J life Social Sci.
- Comparative Efficacy of Finney and Jaboulay Pyloroplasty for the Relief of Pyloric Stenosis in Dogs.H. K. Shahzad†, M. A. Khan†*, S. G. Bokhari†, M. K. Maan†.2014. Pak Vet J.
- Comparative evaluation of conventional method and stapled suture technique for intestinal anastomosis in dogs. M. A. Khan1, M. A. Khan*1, S. G. Bokhari1, M. K. Maan1. 2014. Pak Vet J.
- Award Merit Scholarship in M.Phil. program, 201