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intensive care physician

Kamel Djedaïni, Algerian intensive care physician. Member of New York Academy of Sciences, Society de Reanimation de Langue Française.

Background

Djedaïni, Kamel was born on July 19, 1952 in Annaba, Algeria. Arrived in France, 1987. Son of Mohamed Djedaïni and Maïssa Benhalima.

Education

Certified of Education, Moubarek El Mili, Annaba, Algeria, 1970. Doctor of Medicine, University Medicine, Constantine, Algeria, 1976. Intensive Care Certified, University Paris VII, France, 1981.

Echocardiography certified, University Paris XII, Creteil, France, 1992.

Career

Physician intensive care unit Hospital Colombes, France, 1978—1983. Physician, assistant of head of Intensive Care Unit Ibn Sina Hospital, Annaba, Algeria, 1983—1986. Physician, assistant of pediatric Intensive Care Unit Sainte Thérese Clinic, Algeria, 1986—1987.

Physician Intensive Care Unit Louis Mourier Hospital, Colombes, France, 1987—1996. Physician, head of Intensive Care Unit unit Clinique Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Paris, since 1996. Chief physician Intensive Care Unit Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, since 1996.

Officer Coubet Algerian Army, 1983-1985, Algeria.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles and book chapters to professional journals and publications.

Membership

Member of New York Academy of Sciences, Society de Reanimation de Langue Française.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Sports.

Connections

Married Ouafa Dib, August 28, 1987 (separated October 1, 2001). Children: Sara, Maïssa.

father:
Mohamed Djedaïni

mother:
Maïssa Benhalima

spouse:
Ouafa Dib

children:
Sara Djedaïni

Maïssa Djedaïni