ElFiky, M., M. Gad, M. Elbarbary, S. Kaddah, and G. Eltagy, "Implementation of a bowel management program in the treatment of incontinence in children for primary healthcare providers", Annals of Pediatric Surgery, vol. 13, issue 1, pp. 21-25, 2017. Abstract166976-article_text-430068-1-10-20180219.pdfWebsite

Objectives: Our surgical team has devised a bowel management program (BMP) as a basic approach for primary healthcare providers with the least use of resources.

Background: Soiling in children is a major problem that has a serious impact on the child’s social and psychological life. Causes vary from idiopathic constipation to postoperative or neuropathic causes as meningomyelocele.

Participants and methods: Seventy five children suffering from fecal incontinence were assessed and divided into true incontinence and pseudoincontinence groups. The BMP was applied to both categories in the form of proper diet control, enemas, drugs, and bowel habit alteration. The program was fashioned according to the age, type, severity, and response of each case. A fecal incontinence scoring system was used to assess the results.

Results: All cases with pseudoincontinence attained 50% or more improvement in incontinence score whereas the true incontinence cases attained excellent results except in post high anorectal malformation repairs and neurologic groups.

Conclusion: Most of the cases suffering from constipation with pseudoincontinence can be treated properly by BMPs, whereas the minority suffering from true incontinence need multidisciplinary work to achieve acceptable results.

Gad, M., M. A. Farghaly, K. S. Abdullateef, O. Abdelazim, M. M. A. ElFiky, A. H. A. Sattar, S. N. Kaddah, and M. Ragab, Comparative study between one-stage versus three-stage repair of anorectal malformation with recto-vestibular fistula, , vol. 18, issue 1, pp. 78, 2022. AbstractWebsite

This is a retrospective comparative study that aimed to compare the short-term and intermediate-term outcomes of the one-stage and three-stage repair in the treatment of female neonates with a recto-vestibular fistula. Female patients who were presented with recto-vestibular fistula between 2017 and 2020 have been included in the study, and they were divided into two groups. Group A is the group of patients that underwent one-stage repair, and Group B is the group of patients that underwent three-stage repair. Short- and intermediate-term outcomes were recorded in both groups and the results were compared.

ElFiky, M., Y. M. Ezz, Y. A. Korayem, and W. S. Hakim, "Gastric Tube Esophagoplasty Esophageal Replacement: Two Years Experience", European Pediatric Surgeon's Association, Dublin, Ireland, 19 June, 2014. eupsa2014_scientific_programme_29.04.2014.pdf
ElFiky, M., and M. Gad, "Implementation of Bowel Management Program in Treatment of Pseudo and True Fecal Incontinence in Children", 21st International Meeting Of The Pediatric Colorectal Club, Dublin, Ireland, 17 June, 2014. colorectal_club_2014_scientific_program_20052014.pdf
ElFiky, M., mostafa ali mohamed eltantawy, and A. A. Hussein, "Dexmetomidine As A Sole Agent In Caudal Anesthesia In Pediatric Patients Undergoing Surgical And Urological Procedures", European Pediatric Surgeon's Association, Dublin, Ireland, 20 June, 2014. eupsa2014_scientific_programme_29.04.2014.pdf
ElFiky, M., "Artificial Intelligence in Surgical Practice", 6th Annual Conference of Research Section of IAPS, Virtual, 17 December, 2021.
ElFiky, M., ahmed ezzat, K. Hussein, and G. Eltagy, "Laparoscopic Pyloromyotomy: A Single Center Experience", The 27th Annual Congress for Endosurgery in Children, Seattle, Washington, USA, 12 April, 2018. ipeg2018_finalprogram_final_compressed.pdf
ElFiky, M., A. Azzam, A. Hussein, and H. E. Saket, "Laparoscopic Assisted Gastrostomy: An Alternative to PEG", The 28th Annual Congress for Endosurgery in Children, Santiago, Chile, 21 March, 2019. 2019-final-program_webrevised1_compressed.pdf
ElFiky, M., A. Kadry, C. Bleve, S. Gerus, K. Toczewski, M. Elbarbary, G. Eltagy, F. Chairenza, and D. Patkowksi, "Short Term Outcome Of Laparoscopic Duodenal Atresia: A Multicenter Study", The 28th Annual Congress for Endosurgery in Children, Santiago, Chile, pp. A55, 2019. lap.2019.29028.abstracts.pdf
ElFiky, M., "Digitization Solutions for Pediatric Surgery Centers", 4th IPEG Middle East Chapter Meeting with 18th Maghrebian Pediatric Surgery Meeting, Monastir, Tunisia, 12 October, 2019. prog_final_.pdf