Clinical Interests: Cardiovascular; Cardiovascular disease; Men's Health
Dr. Tejan-Sie's Faculty Appointments & Work History
Attending PhysicianAlliance Medical Associates Burlington, NC
Clinical Assistant ProfessorUniversity of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC
Clinical Assistant ProfessorUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC
Clinical AssociateCleveland Clinic Foundation Cleveland, OH I worked as a hospital based physician, where my responsibilities involves taking care of inpatients admitted with cardiology and internal medicine problems both before and after surgery on the regular nursing unit and in the cardiovascular intensive care unit (CVICU). In the CVICU I managed patients with invasive hemodynamic monitoring, on ventilators and supervise their weaning off respirators when transferred to the regular nursing unit. I also worked in the outpatient setting and supervised exercise stress tests. During this period I also worked on various research projects in cardiovascular diseases detailed below.
RegistrarUniversity Hospitals Birmingham In the United Kingdom, my training and inpatient experiences included working in both the general medical wards and the medical intensive care unit. Responsibilities were admitting and managing ER and general practitioner referrals and coordinating follow up with their primary physicians after discharge. Initiated care and subsequently managed intensive and coronary care patients performing central venous cannulations and temporary transvenous pacing. Followed them up in the longitudinal clinic and supervised their exercise stress tests. Performed both upper and lower endoscopies and bone marrow aspirations; Birmingham, England, U.K
Senior House OfficerWarrington Hospital NHS Trust Warrington, Cheshire, U.K
Senior House OfficerMilton Keynes General Hospital NHS Trust Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, U.K.
Senior House OfficerRochford Hospital Rochford, Essex, U.K.
Clinical AttachmentRoyal London Hospital Whitechapel, London, U.K.
Locum House OfficerSouthend Hospital Southend, Essex, U.K.
Medical OfficerNetlands Hospital Worked in the private sector in a medical practice where I would see outpatients and manage patients admitted by my senior partner and myself in the referral hospital; Freetown, Sierra Leone
House OfficerUniversity College Hospital In this 800-bed hospital I rotated through medicine, pediatrics, surgery and obstetrics and gynecology. I was responsible for admitting and managing patients from the emergency room (ER) and practitioner referrals; Ibadan, Nigeria
Dr. Tejan-Sie's Education & Medical Training
Cleveland Clinic FoundationResidency, Internal Medicine
University of IbadanMedical School
Dr. Tejan-Sie's Certifications & Licensure
NC State Medical LicenseCurrent
American Board of Internal MedicineInternal Medicine, 2000
Dr. Tejan-Sie's Awards, Honors, & Recognition
Alice M. Akinyele Memorial Prize in Medicine for best graduating student in medicineUniversity of Ibadan, 1991
Spontaneous conversion of Patients with Atrial Fibrillation scheduled for Electrical Cardioversion: An ACUTE Clinical Trial Ancillary Study.S. Ahmed Tejan-Sie, R. Daniel Murray, Black R, Susan E. Jasper, Richard A. Grimm, Carolyn Apperson-Hansen, Elizabeth A. Lieber, Allan L. Klein, for the ACUTE Investiga..., Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 1/1/2003
Sinus Rhythm Spontaneous conversion of Patients with Atrial Fibrillation scheduled for Electrical Cardioversion: An ACUTE Clinical Trial Ancillary Study.S. Ahmed Tejan-Sie, R. Daniel Murray, Susan E. Jasper, Richard A. Grimm, Carolyn Apperson-Hansen, Elizabeth A. Lieber, Allan L. Klein, for the ACUTE Investigators., Circulation, 1/1/2001
Mycobacterium fortuitum osteomyelitis in a peripheral blood stem cell transplant recipient: Case report and review of the literature.S. Ahmed Tejan-Sie, Robin K. Avery, Sherif B. Mossad, Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1/1/2000
Patients with Atrial Flutter Undergoing Electrical Cardioversion: An ACUTE Clinical Trial Ancillary Study.Oral presentation at the American College of Cardiology Scientific Session - 5/1/2002
Sinus Rhythm Spontaneous conversion of Patients with Atrial Fibrillation scheduled for Electrical Cardioversion: An ACUTE Clinical Trial Ancillary Study.Oral presentation at the 27th scientific session of the American Heart Association - 11/1/2001