Mr. Kanbiro Gedeno | Health Professions | Editorial Board Member

Arba Minch University | Ethiopia

Author Profile


Early Academic Pursuits

Kanbiro Gedeno Gelebo embarked on his academic journey at the University of Gondar, where he earned his bachelor's degree in Anesthesia in 2018. This marked the beginning of his exploration into the realm of anesthesia.

Professional Endeavors

In 2019, Kanbiro transitioned to Arba Minch University, joining the Department of Anesthesia. Here, he delved into academic activities, laying the foundation for his future contributions to the field.

Contributions and Research Focus

With two years of dedicated academic engagement at Arba Minch University, Kanbiro furthered his expertise by enrolling in the postgraduate class at Dilla University. His focus shifted to Advanced Clinical Anesthesia, a testament to his commitment to advancing his skills and knowledge in the field.

Accolades and Recognition

Kanbiro Gedeno Gelebo's commitment to excellence and rigorous academic pursuit resulted in high academic ranks upon graduating with a postgraduate degree in Advanced Clinical Anesthesia from Dilla University in 2023.

Impact and Influence

During his four years in the academic arena, Kanbiro's influence has been felt through his contributions to the field of Anesthesia. His dedication to learning and research has left a positive impact on his peers and the academic community.

Legacy and Future Contributions

As an Academician and Researcher, Kanbiro's legacy is characterized by a relentless pursuit of knowledge and a dedication to the advancement of clinical anesthesia. Looking forward, he is poised to make significant contributions to the field through continued research, teaching, and mentorship at Arba Minch University. His journey serves as an inspiration for future generations in the field of anesthesia.

Notable Publications

The Impact of Preoperative abnormal Electrocardiography on Anesthesia management among older surgical patients in southern Ethiopia: Prospective cohort study 2023

The effect of preoperative anemia on perioperative outcomes among patients undergoing emergency surgery: A multicenter prospective cohort study 2023



Kanbiro Gedeno | Health Professions | Editorial Board Member

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