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Sayed Muhamed Elsayyad, M.D.

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Specializes in: Adults (18+ years)

Male

Languages: English, Arabic

Expertise: Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Primary Care

Locations

Montgomery Medical Associates PC
Appointment Phone: 301-279-2779

10110 Molecular Drive
Suite 206
Rockville, MD 20850 map
Fax: 301-279-2767

Background

Dr. Sayed Elsayyad joined Montgomery Medical Associates in 2005. He is Board Certified with the American Board of Family Practice. Dr. Elsayyad attended medical school and completed his residency in Internal Medicine in Cairo, Egypt and moved to the United States where he earned his degree in Family Practice from the Louisiana State University.

Since joining Montgomery Medical Associates, Dr. Elsayyad has contributed significantly to the expansion of the practice in Geriatric Medicine. Dr. Elsayyad is the Chief Medical Officer and a Partner at Montgomery Medical Associates. He is also the Chair of Family Practice at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital in Rockville, Maryland.

Dr. Elsayyad office offers personalized service, delivering medical care consistent with the standards of the medical community and expected by patients.

Learn more about Dr. Elsayyad at MontgomeryMedical.com .

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Departments / Divisions

  • Family Medicine at Suburban Hospital

Education

Degrees

  • MD, Ain Shams University (1984)

Residencies

  • Embaba General Hospital / Internal Medicine (1988)
  • E A Conway Medical Center / Family Practice (2004)

Fellowships

  • Medstar Washington Hospital Center / Cardiac Research (2001)

Research & Publications

Selected Publications

Mehran R., Gruberg L., Nigoita M., Faraj H., Elsayyad S., Curry
B., Hong M., Kent K., Repeat stenting for treatment of in-stent restenosis: selective therapy vs. complete lesion coverage. AHA-circulation Vol 100, No 18, 1-307:1607.

Mintz G., Hong MK., Jackson M., Folescu M., Kipp, N. Elsayyad S., Merrit A., Laird J., Kent K. The number of stents does not increase target lesion revascularization during intravascular ultrasound guided stent implantation procedures. AHA-circulation Vol 100, No 18, 1-788:4163.

Mehan R., Dangas G., Hong M., Deible R., Faraj H., Elsayyad S.,

Negotia M., Okubagzi P., Astatkie M., Pichard A., Stone G., Leon M., : Femoral vascular access complications following Arteriotomy Closure Devices : A Comparison with manual compression after percutaneous coronary intervention. JACC Vol 35-33A-1085-82.

Waksman R., Elsayyad S., Mehran R., Lawrence White R., Chan R., Rosales O., Bhargava B., Deible R., Purser A., Okubagzi P., Lansky A.,: High Dose Intracoronary Gamma Radiation for patients with diffuse In-Stent Restenosis.

Waksman R., Bhargava B., Taaffe M., Lawrence White R., Satler L., Mehran R., Kent K., Pichard A., Elsayyad S., Okubagzi P., Lansky A., Nigoita M.,: Prolonged Antiplatelet Therapy to reduce Late Thrombosis after Intracoronary Gamma Radiation in patient with in-Stent Restenosis "Plavix WRIST". AHA-circulation Vol 102, No 18, 11-570:2762.

Videos & Media

Lectures and Presentations

  • High Dose Intracoronary Gamma Radiation for patients with diffuse In-Stent Restenosis
    Stent Restenosis , International Cardiology Conference , Cairo, Egypt (02/23/2001)
  • Gender specific differences after Saphenous Vein Graft Stenting
    Gender specific differences in actue and long-term outcome , Cairo, Egypt (02/23/2001)
    International Cardiology Conference
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