Mr Naqui - Hand SurgeonMr Naqui is a Consultant Hand, Wrist & Upper Limb Surgeon. His NHS practice is at Salford Royal Foundation Trust (Hope Hospital), one of the leading teaching hospitals of the University of Manchester. He is the Lead for Clinical Governance & Patient Safety in Trauma & Orthopaedics. He is a Council Member for both the British Society for Surgery of the Hand (BSSH) and the Federation of European Surgical Societies of the Hand (FESSH). He is an examiner for the British Hand diploma and European Board Hand Diploma. He is a committee member for the ‘ BSSH Instructional courses in Hand Surgery ‘. He is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Manchester. Mr Naqui is Chair of the North West Surgical Hand Society and SAS Hand Manchester.
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Mr Naqui works within the NHS as a Consultant Hand, Wrist & Upper Limb Surgeon at Salford Royal Foundation Trust. His practice comprises all open and arthroscopic hand and wrist procedures including complex tertiary referrals from other hospitals.

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  • Specialist Hand Therapist
  • Secretary
  • Musculoskeletal Hand & Wrist Radiologists
  • Anaesthetists

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    • 06 DEC 18
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    Manchester Accident & Emergency Study Day

    Manchester Accident & Emergency Study Day

    This week I had the pleasure of being invited to the Manchester Accident and Emergency and Urgent Care centre study day. I was invited to host an interactive session on the assessment and management of conditions of the hand and wrist in the emergency setting. Front line staff, who deliver care within emergency departments and

    • 06 DEC 18
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    Practice in Wide-Awake Hand Surgery

    Practice in Wide-Awake Hand Surgery

    Fantastic news this week that our research into the practice of wide-awake hand surgery, between the United Kingdom and Cyprus has been accepted for publication in the prestigious journal of “Hand Clinics”. Wide-awake hand surgery has exciting potentials for patients to undergo surgery without the pain of using the tourniquet and without the need for