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Mr. Megersa Kelbesa | Anesthesia

👨‍🏫 Megersakelbesa Olika, a seasoned healthcare professional from Ethiopia, holds an MSc in Health Monitoring and Evaluation and an MSc in Clinical Anesthesia and Critical Care from Jimma University. With a rich academic background and a passion for research, he has published impactful articles on perioperative care and anesthesia’s reproductive outcomes. As a Lecturer at Jimma University, he imparts knowledge and expertise to aspiring healthcare professionals. Proficient in Afan Oromo, Amharic, and English, Megersakelbesa is a dedicated academician contributing significantly to the advancement of medical knowledge and patient care. 🏥🎓💡 📚

🌐 Professional Profiles:

🎓 Educational Qualifications

Megersakelbesa Olika, born on August 30, 1987, in Ambo district, Ethiopia, is a highly qualified individual in the medical field.

MSc in Health Monitoring and Evaluation (2017), Jimma University. MSc in Clinical Anesthesia and Critical Care (2021), Jimma University. BSC in Anesthesia (2013), Jimma University. Graduated from Ambo senior secondary & preparatory school (2009). Completed primary & elementary education in Ambo and Diki primary schools

👩🏽‍🔬 Work Experience

Job Title: Lecturer at Jimma University. Extensive research and publication experience, including articles on perioperative care during the COVID-19 pandemic and the effects of anesthesia on reproductive outcomes.

🏆 🎓 Academic Achievements:

During his MSc in Health Monitoring and Evaluation, Megersakelbesa developed robust skills in problem identification, community needs assessment, and program evaluation. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and statistical software, he excelled in constructing indicators based on dimensions.

🔬 Research Highlights:

Published articles in reputable journals, addressing critical topics such as early postoperative hypoxemia and emergence delirium. Contribution to Compliance to Post-Anesthesia Care Unit Discharge Score Practice among Nurses at Jimma Medical Center.

Research Focus 🌐💡

Megersakelbesa Olika’s research revolves around the intersection of anesthesia and reproductive health, with a particular focus on the effects of inhalational anesthetics on healthcare personnel’s reproductive outcomes. His work delves into the unique challenges posed by COVID-19 during perioperative anesthesia care, emphasizing the crucial role of healthcare professionals in low-resource areas. Additionally, Megersakelbesa explores compliance to post-anesthesia care unit discharge practices, emergence delirium among older patients, and perioperative anesthesia management for COVID-19-infected mothers. His multifaceted research contributes significantly to enhancing patient care and safety in diverse medical scenarios. 🏥🔬✨

Peer Reviewer & Academic Engagements: 

Mr. Megersa Kelbesa citation metrics and indices from Google Scholar are as follows:

Citations: 1 (All), 1  (Since 2018)
h-index: 1 (All), 1 (Since 2018)

Top Noted  Publications

Effect of Inhalational Anesthetics Exposure on Reproductive Outcomes and Its Predictors Among Healthcare Personnel in Jimma Zone Public Hospitals: A Comparative Cross-Sectional , cited by: 1, Publication date: 27 Jan 2023.


A Case Report on the Unique Challenges of COVID-19 Infection During Perioperative Anesthesia Care for a Laboring COVID-19-Infected Mother in a Low-Resource Area,  Publication date: 2023/10/23


Compliance to Post-Anesthesia Care Unit Discharge Score Practice Among Nurses at Post-Anesthesia Care Unit in the Jimma Medical Center in Ethiopia: A Best Practice,  Publication date: 2022/12/31


Magnitude of emergence delirium and associated factors among old-age patients who underwent elective surgery in the Teaching Hospitals of Ethiopia at post anesthesia care unit, Publication date: 2022/3/9


Prevalence of Emergence Delirium and Associated Factors among Older Patients Who Underwent Elective Surgery: A Multicenter Observational Study, Publication date: 2022


Perioperative Anesthesia Management for a Patient Presented with Acute Cardiopulmonary Compromise Secondary to a Complicating Retropharyngeal Abscess Extending to the, Publication date: 2022/1/1


Perioperative anesthesia management for a laboring mother with COVID-19 infection for low segment transverse uterine incision cesarean section; A Case Report, Publication date: 2022







Megersa Kelbesa | Anesthesia | Best Researcher Award

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