Mohamed Abdelraouf Kandil is an assistant professor and coordinator of Emergency Medical Care program at Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Dammam, Saudi Arabia since January 2016. He previously worked as an assistant professor and chair of EMS Department for Alghad International College for Applied Medical Sciences, Dammam, Saudi Arabia for two years and at National Liver Institute, Menoufia University, Egypt for nine years, where he was promoted from Assistant Lecturer to MD lecturer of Anesthesia and Intensive Care in 2011. Dr.Mohamed kandil graduated from Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt in 1993. He earned Master degree in Anesthesia and Surgical Intensive Care with a thesis titled “Prevalence of nosocomial infection in ICU” from Alexandria University, Egypt in 2001. He got his PhD degree in Anesthesia after discussion of thesis titled “The Effect of intravascular volume therapy with a new hydroxy-ethyl starch preparation (6% HES 130 / 0.4) on coagulation and renal profile in patients undergoing major abdominal surgery” from Faculty of Medicine, Menoufia University, Egypt in 2011. Dr.Mohamed Abdelraouf published a research “Transversus abdominis plane block with and without intravenous patient controlled fentanyl post liver resection” in local and Regional Anesthesia Journal in May 2014. Also, he presented an E poster titled “Impact of Terlipressin Infusion during and after Live Donor Liver Transplantation on Incidence of Acute Kidney Injury. A Randomized Controlled Trial” in European Anaesthiology Congress 2017 held in Geneva, Switzerland, which was published later in Clinical Transplantation Journal in 2017. Dr. Mohamed kandil is a member of “Alexandria Society of Anesthesia and Intensive Care”, “Egyptian Resuscitation Council”, and “European Society of Anaesthiology”. Dr. Mohamed kandil is currently working on two researches concerning EMS field, he lives in Dammam, Saudi Arabia.
Dr. Mohamed Kandil’s research in the field of Anesthesia and critical care mostly focused on perioperative care of living –donor liver transplant recipients and donors with special emphasis on effect of different drugs used during this stage, while in the field of EMS, his research mainly concentrated in prehospital airway management and emergency medications.