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Mr-Mike-Oko-ENT-Surgeon

Mr Michael Oko

FRCS(Ed) FRCS(ORL-HNS)

Consultant ENT Surgeon

Fixed Price Packages

About

  • Biography icon plus

    Mr Oko has worked for the NHS for 30 years, 15 years as a Consultant and Qualified in 1986 and trained at St Mary’s / Imperial College, Royal National Throat, Nose & Ear Hospital in London. He was a Lecturer at the University of Glasgow in ENT Surgery and was one of the 12 finalists in 1995 for the Surgeon in Training medal -organised by The Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh for its 500 year anniversary - for instrument design and innovation. He has worked for the leading specialists who developed the SIGN Guidance for Obstructive Sleep Apnoea(OSA) which was the template for the NICE 2008 Technical assessment and currently runs a service for the County of Lincolnshire with a catchment population of 700,000 that looks after 4000 patients on CPAP (77% will be using more than 4 hours per day successfully) and 1500 using Mandibular Advancement devices. He was appointed as a Consultant in 2005 and is the Clinical Lead for Sleep services in Lincolnshire and runs Clinics in Harley street, Richmond and for the HCA group. He has Lectured internationally on the subject and has spent a lot of time in the Middle East raising awareness about the condition and Served on the Department of Health's OSA working group for 3 years.

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    Rhinolith in the fossa of Rosenmüller – a hidden stone
    J Shilston1, S H Foo2, M Oko3
    BMJ Case Reports 2011; doi:10.1136/bcr.09.2010.3352

    Aspergillus epiglottitis in a non-immunocompromised patient
    J Durell, R Taha, G Pipi, M Oko
    BMJ Case Reports 2011:Published 25 February 2011; doi:10.1136/bcr.11.2010.3485

    Hoarseness due to Mycobacterium kansasii.
    Wray D, Oko MO, Boldy DA, Butt MT.
    J Laryngol Otol. 2009 May;123(5):569-71. Epub 2008 Aug 15.

    Cervical necrotising fasciitis and descending mediastinitis secondary to unilateral tonsillitis: a case report
    Asad Islam and Michael Oko
    Pilgrim hospital, Sibsey road, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 9QS, UK
    Journal of Medical Case Reports 2008, 2:368

    Book Chapter: SURGERY: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS(2008)
    Revision Questions in Undergraduate Surgery
    edited by Andrew Goldberg (Stanmore Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, UK) & Gerard Stansby (University of Newcastle & Freeman Hospital, UK)
    I wrote the ENT chapter for this Increasingly popular book for final year medical students.

    Book chapter: Surgical Talk: Revision in Surgery (2005)
    Edited by Andrew Goldberg, Gerard Stansby. I wrote the ENT chapter for this

    M.Oko, I.Ganly, S.Loughran, W.A.Clement, N.K.Geddes. D.Young
    A prospective randomised single-blind trial comparing ultrasonic scalpel tonsillectomy with tonsillectomy by blunt dissection in a paediatric age group.
    Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery , Volume 133 , Issue 4 , Pages 579 - 584

    M.Oko, M.Irvine, S.Ali
    Men’s Health promotion in Scotland and the WWW
    Scottish PrimaryCare

    Oko M, Swan I, Stansby G, Dorak M
    HLA-A, -B, -DR alleles and Zenker's diverticulum.
    Hum Immunol; 63(10 Suppl): S60, 2002

    Oko MO. R Cathcart.
    Surgeon’s Knots or Pandora’s Box?
    The Lancet, 14;360(9336):874-5. 2002

    Oko M. Johnston A. Swan IRC.
    Intracranial hypertension and nasal fluticasone propionate
    British Medical Journal. Vol 323(7314) (pp 694), 2001.

    Oko MO. Swan IRC. Bottazzo GF. Collins P.
    Are pharyngeal pouches a manifestation of autoimmune disease?
    Clinical Otolaryngology & Applied Sciences. Vol. 23(3) (pp 284), 1998.

    Oko MO, Rosin RD.
    Extracorporeal knotting with a new instrument.
    Journal of Minimal Invasive Therapy; 2; 325 – 327,1993

















  • Awards and recognitions icon plus

    Winner 2008 NHS Service Transformation Award for redesign of Lincolnshire Sleep Apnoea Service.

  • Professional bodies icon plus

    Medical Protection Society

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