Ahmed N. Al-Niaimi, MD Print Friendly PageFaculty, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Dr. Al-Niaimi is an assistant professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health. His passion is implementing innovative surgical techniques, such as single port laparoscopic surgery, along with achieving optimal surgical debulking (removal) of ovarian cancer, specifically in the upper abdomen. Dr. Al-Niaimi's approach to cancer treatment is simple: patients come first. This means optimizing surgical outcomes as well as chemotherapy and radiotherapy to achieve the best cancer care for patients so they can live life to the fullest.
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UW School of Medicine and Public Health
|Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology|
Professional Certifications and Education
Obstetrics & Gynecology
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, Madison, WI
Al-Nahrain University Hospital, Baghdad, Iraq
Aurora Sinai Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI
University of Al-Nahrain, Baghdad, Iraq, 1995
Dr. Al-Niaimi's research interests include optimization of health outcomes, such as post-operative complications and the effect of patient medical comorbidities and surgical techniques on surgical and oncologic outcomes. He has published in numerous peer-reviewed journals and has been active in presenting research at national conferences. He is involved in many committees both locally and nationally focusing on both surgical outcomes as well as promoting surgical proficiency. He is also involved in many national courses as an instructor of surgical techniques for gynecologic oncologists.
Dr. Al-Niaimi created and is leading the Gynecologic Oncology Longitudinal Data Collection and Utilization Project (GOLD-CUP) for the division of Gynecologic Oncology at the University of Wisconsin. GOLD-CUP is a database containing health information from patients that have received medical care for gynecologic concerns at the UWHC Gynecologic Oncology, Radiation Oncology, and Medical Oncology Clinics. This database will be used to answer questions in the future concerning the relationships between patient factors and treatment variables on survival, health outcomes, and quality of life in gynecologic oncology patients.
Uppal S Al-Niaimi A Rice LW Rose SL Kushner DM Spencer RJ Hartenbach E .
Preoperative hypoalbuminemia is an independent predictor of poor perioperative outcomes in women undergoing open surgery for gynecologic malignancies. Gynecol Oncol. 2013 Nov;131(2):416-22
[PubMed ID: 23962700]
Albertin C Johnson KA Connor JP Al-Niaimi AN .
Angiosarcoma originating from an ovarian mature teratoma, a rare disease with complex treatment modalities. Gynecol Oncol Case Rep. 2013;5:31-3
[PubMed ID: 24371690]
Perry LJ Guralp O Al-Niaimi A Zucker NA Kushner DM .
False positive PET-CT scan and clinical examination in a patient with locally advanced vulvar cancer. Gynecol Oncol Case Rep. 2013;4:29-31
[PubMed ID: 24371671]
Al-Niaimi AN Ahmed M Petersen CB .
Epithelial ovarian cancer. Obstet Gynecol Clin North Am. 2012 Jun;39(2):269-83
[PubMed ID: 22640715]
Al-Niaimi AN Einstein MH Perry L Hartenbach EM Kushner DM .
Uterine artery sparing robotic radical trachelectomy (AS-RRT) for early cancer of the cervix. Int J Gynaecol Obstet. 2011 Jan;112(1):76-80
[PubMed ID: 20947081]
Al-Niaimi A Safdar N .
Supplemental perioperative oxygen for reducing surgical site infection: a meta-analysis. J Eval Clin Pract. 2009 Apr;15(2):360-5
[PubMed ID: 19335497]
Al-Niaimi A Chauhan SP Gupta LM Bailet JW .
Factors influencing the evolving practice of obstetricians in eastern Wisconsin: a survey. Am J Perinatol. 2008 Jun;25(6):321-4
[PubMed ID: 18618933]