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Dr. Zulqarnain Kazim Anjum

MBBS MCPS FCOG (SA) MRCP MRCOG M.Sc. (Reproduction & Development) FRCP FRCOG PG. Dip. In Clinical Education

Consultant Obstetrics & Gynecology

Work Experience

  • Dr. Zulqarnain has more than 21 years of experience in the field of Gynecology & Reproductive Medicine.
  • He had worked with many prestigious institutions in South Africa and England during his career.
  • Dr. Zulqarnain did his MBBS graduation from Punjab Medical College Pakistan in the year 1986 and completed his MCPS from College of Physicians & Surgeons in Pakistan.
  • Later on Dr. Zulqarnain moved to South Africa for pursued FCOG at College of Medicine South Africa.
  • He had also completed his MRCP from Ireland and MRCOG from London.
  • In 2002 after completing a two year fellowship in reproductive medicine and assisted conception at St. Mary’s Hospital in Manchester, Dr. Zulqarnain Anjum was appointed as a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at the Royal Oldham Hospital, where he was leading the infertility services.
  • Dr. Zulqarnain is experienced in performing open / vaginal as well as minimal access gynecological surgery.
  • Prior to join Zulekha Hospital Dubai Dr. Zulqarnain was working as a Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist at Manchester UK.

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Hindi
  • Urdu

Special Interests

  • Infertility & Reproductive Endocrinology
  • Laparoscopic Surgery
  • Open & Vaginal Gynecological surgery
  • Obstetrics Hemorrhage / High Risk Obstetrics


  • Transport of embryo resulting from interacytoplasmic sperm injection, but not cocytes, adversely affect implantation
  • Cather trial. “ A randomized controlled trial of two embryo transfer catheters (Cook & Rocket)
  • Use f Bakri balloon in post-partum Hemorrhage
  • Gonadotropin releasing hormones for placenta accreta
  • Non Obstetrics post partum bleeding
  • Termination of early pregnancy with reduced oral dose of mifepriston &vaginal misopristol
  • Ruptured ovarian cystic tarotoma
  • Ligation of ascending branch of utrine artery in management of sever PPH