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Dr. Deardon

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Citizenship                             British

Qualifications                                   BM      1984    University of Southampton

FRCS    1989    Edinburgh

FRCS    1989    London

CST      1995    European Economic Community

CCST    1996    General Medical Council

MD      1999    University of Manchester

Prizes and Awards                Nestle Travelling fellowship (1982 – Papua New Guinea)

British Transplant Society Travelling Fellowship (1993 – Greece)

Royal College of Surgeons Travelling Fellowship (1993 – Pittsburgh)

St John’s Ambulance Travelling Fellowship (2000 – Mayo Clinic)

Specialisation                                   General Surgery (day case and minimally invasive surgery)

MD in Surgical Science         Tonometry in Small Bowel Transplantation

Management                         Managing Director, Specialist Medical Group Ltd, Gibraltar

Professional Organisations  Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England

Member of the Association of Surgeons

Member of the British Transplant Society

Member of the Colegio de Medicos, Malaga

Member of the British Hernia Society

Member of the Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons (ALSGBI)

 

Publications

  1. Acute (type 1) hypersensitivity to i.v. diazemuuls. B J Anaesthesia 1987, 59(3): 391. DJ Deardon, GL Bird.
  2. Urinary retention and the lunisolar cycle: Is it a lunatic phenomenon? BMJ 1989, 299: 1560-62. SR Payne, DJ Deardon, GF Abercrombie, GL Carlson
  3. Car Crusher Colon. BJS 1993, 80(5): 640. GSW whitely, DJ Deardon, RC Pearson
  4. Small bowel tonometry: a possible technique for detecting early small bowel allograft dysfunction. Transplant Proceedings 1993, 25 No6: 3297-98. DJ Deardon NR Parrott, IV Hutchenson, A Bianchi, RY Calne
  5. Evidence that late perfusion does not influence allograft function. Transplantation 1994, 58: 389-90. V Jos, J Connolly, DJ Deardon, P Scott, RWG Johnson et al
  6. Glutathione precursors are insufficient as treatment for human acute pancreatitis: controlled clinical trial. Int J Pancreatology 1994, 16: 321. P Scott, NM Sharer, DJ Deardon, JM Braganza et al
  7. Controlled trial of glutathione precursors in acute pancreatitis. Digestion 1994, 55(5): 335 (Abst) P Scott, N Sharer, D Deardon, J Braganza et al
  8. Everything you wanted to know about small bowel transplantation but were afraid to ask. Association of Surgeons Yearbook 1994 (invited) D Deardon, P Scott, N Parrott
  9. Organ donors. Are we educating the right people. An audit of 6 teaching hospitals. Ex Med Int, Jan 1995. J Connolly, D Deardon, N Parrott, RWG Johnson
  10. Clinical trials in acute pancreatitis of 24 hours treatment with glutathione precursors. Clin Drug Invest, Apr 1995, NM Sharer, PD Scott, DJ Deardon, JM Braganza et al
  11. Comparison of the absorption pharmacokinetics of Sandimmun and Neoral following small bowel transplantation. Transplant Proc, 1996, 28(2): 892-95. K Akhtar, DJ Deardon, JJ Cranley, J walker, NR Parrott
  12. Study of mucosal brush border enzymatic activity in porcine small bowel transplantation. Transplant Proc 1996, 28(5): 2556-7. K Akhtar, D Deardon, NR Parrott et al
  13. Emergency surgical workload: an audit of district general hospital training potential in the post Calman era. BJS (Abst) 1997, 84(1); 40. D Deardon, J Grieg, DAD Macleod
  14. Minilaparoscopic one port continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis catheter insertion: a useful technique for all renal access surgeons. BJS (Abst) 1997, 84(1): 41. D Deardon, K Sandham, T John, KK Madhavan, S Paterson-Brown, JLR Forsythe
  15. Laparoscopic Donor Nephrectomy – should British transplant surgeons be introducing the technique BTS (invited), Spring 2001
  16. Outcome of renal allografts from non heart beating donors with delayed graft function. Transplant Int 2002, 15: 660- C Gerstenkorn, D Deardon, G Koffman et al
  17. Random blood sugar predicts survival in non-diabetic renal transplant recipients. Transplant Proc 2004; 36(10): 3006-11. V Tutone, P Mark, V Revanur, D Deardon, A Jardine et al
  18. Mechanisms of telomere shortening and the implication for stem cell therapies. Transplant Proc P Shields, D Deardon et al
  19. Adult pancreatic derived pathfinder cells mitigate the effects of STZ induced diabetes in rodents. BJCR 2004, A MacIntyre, D Russell, D Deardon, P Shields et al
  20. Depopulated bovine ureteric xenograft for complex haemodialysis vascular access. Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg, Aug 2005, CR Darby, D Roy, D Deardon, A Cornell
  21. Sonographic findings of intraductal mucinous carcinoma. J ultrasound medicine 2006, 25: 925- M Bernathova, D Deardon, G Bodner
  22. Successful reversal of streptozotacin induced by intravenous delivery of pancreatic derived pathfinder cells. Am J Transplantation 2007,  P Shields, D Deardon et al

 

Presentations

Over 40 presentations or co-authored presentations to surgical and transplant conferences in the UK, USA, Japan, India and France on a variety of subjects ranging from surgical audit, basic science, transplantation and general surgical clinical work.

Consultant Posts Held

2008 – present   Consultant General Surgeon and Director, British Surgical Clinic (part of Specialist Medical Group Ltd), Gibraltar and Costa del Sol

2008 – present   Managing Director, Specialist Medical Clinic, Gibraltar

2005 – 2008   Senior Consultant General Surgeon, St Bernard’s Hospital Gibraltar

2002-2005       Consultant General, Hepato-Pancreatico-Biliary, Endocrine, Renal Failure and Transplant Surgeon, Western Infirmary and Gartnaval Hospital, Glasgow

2001-2002       Locum Consultant General and Transplant Surgeon, Churchill Hospital, Oxford

2001                Visiting Fellow in Laparoscopic Urology, Cleveland Clinic, USA

2000-2001                  Honorary General and Transplant Surgeon, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS Trust, London

1996 – 2001    Senior lecturer (Associate Professor) in General, Hepatobiliary and Transplant Surgery, Penninsular Medical School, UK

Summary of Post Graduate Training

1996                Hepatic and Renal Transplant Unit and HPB unit, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

1995 – 1996    General, laparoscopic and Endocrine Surgery, St John’s Hospital West Lothian

Clinical Tutor / Registrar in Surgery University of Manchester

1995                Visiting fellow University of Pittsburgh Transplant Institute, USA

1994 – 1995    General, Vascular and Transplant Surgery, Manchester Royal Infirmary

1992 – 1994    MD Research. Manchester University Dept of Surgery and Immunology

1991 – 1992    General, Vascular and Transplant Surgery, Manchester Royal Infirmary

Registrar – Central Manchester Rotation

1990 – 1991    Urology, General and Vascular Surgery, Bury General Hospital

1990                Vascular, Bariatric and Hepatobiliary Surgery, Manchester Royal Infirmary

1989                General and Colorectal Surgery, Manchester Royal Infirmary

1989                General, Vascular and Urology, Tameside general Hospital

1987 – 1989    Rotating SHO, Portsmouth, Hampshire Renal Transplant, Urology and General Surgery

1986 – 1987    SHO – Orthopaedic Surgery / A & E Medicine, Royal United Hospital, Bath

1986                Anatomy Demonstrator, University of Southampton

1985-1985      SHO – Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery, Royal Hants County Hospital, Winchester

1985                JHO – General Surgery &Orthopaedics, Royal Hants County Hospital, Winchester

1984 – 1985    JHO – General Medicine and Dermatology, Princess Margaret Hospital, Swindon



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