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 Dr. Mohmad Alsabani

Assistant Professor
Dr. Mohmad Alsabani is an Assistant Professor at the Anesthesia Technology Department, College of Applied Medical Sciences at KSAU-HS. He received his Bachelor's degree in Respiratory Therapy from KSAU-HS in Saudi Arabia. Afterwards, he earned a Master in Managing Care in Perioperative Practice from Cardiff University and a PhD in Critical care from the University of Liverpool, both in the United Kingdom. His research interests include investigating the value of simple blood biomarkers in surgical and critically ill patients. His research interest also includes risk factors of blood transfusion in liver transplant patients.
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EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Degrees

Ph.D. in Critical Care, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom

M.Sc. in Managing Care in Perioperative Practice, Cardiff University, United Kingdom

B.Sc. in Respiratory Therapy, KSAU-HS, Saudi Arabia

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Assistant professor, Anesthesia Technology Program, College of Applied Medical Sciences/ KSAU-HS, 2021- now

 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIGNMENTS

Quality Coordinator, Anesthesia Technology Program, College of Applied Medical Science/ KSAU-HS, 2023- Present.

Research Coordinator, Anesthesia Technology Program, College of Applied Medical Science/ KSAU-HS, 2021- Present.

Internship Coordinator, Anesthesia Technology Program, College of Applied Medical Science/ KSAU-HS, 2021- Present.​


Research Interests / Collaborations

Publications

Alsabani, M. H., Alotaibi, B. A., Olayan, L. H., Alghamdi, A. S., Alshammasi, M. A., Alqasir, B. A., ... & Al Harbi, M. K. (2023). The Value of Preoperative Systemic Immune-Inflammation Index as a Predictor of Prolonged Hospital Stay in Orthopedic Surgery: A Retrospective Study. International Journal of General Medicine, 4773-4782.

Alghamdi, A., Alshibani, A., Binhotan, M., Alsabani, M., Alotaibi, T., Alharbi, R., & Alabdali, A. (2023). The Ability of Emergency Medical Service Staff to Predict Emergency Department Disposition: A Prospective Study. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 2101-2107.

Al Harbi, M. K., Alsabani, M. H., Olayan, L. H., Alrifai, D., Alobaid, S. A., Althanyyan, A. F., ... & Alosaimi, S. D. (2023). Mental Health and Sleep Quality of Healthcare Providers After Partial Relief of COVID-19 in Saudi Arabia: A Cross-Sectional Study. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 209-217.

Alsabani, M. H., Sibai, A., Alharbi, S. F., Olayan, L. H., Samman, A. A., & Al Harbi, M. K. (2023). Characteristics and Outcomes of Liver Transplantation Recipients after Tranexamic Acid Treatment and Platelet Transfusion: A Retrospective Single-Centre Experience. Medicina59(2), 219.

Alsabani, M., Abrams, S. T., Cheng, Z., Morton, B., Lane, S., Alosaimi, S., ... & Toh, C. H. (2022). Reduction of NETosis by targeting CXCR1/2 reduces thrombosis, lung injury, and mortality in experimental human and murine sepsis. British journal of anaesthesia, 128(2), 283-293.

Abrams, S. T., Morton, B., Alhamdi, Y., Alsabani, M., Lane, S., Welters, I. D., ... & Toh, C. H. (2019). A novel assay for neutrophil extracellular trap formation independently predicts disseminated intravascular coagulation and mortality in critically ill patients. American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine200(7), 869-880.

CONFERENCES/ WORKSHOP PARTICIPATIONS

Abrams, S., Morton, B., Alhamdi, Y., Alsabani, M., Cheng, Z., Lane, S., Welters, I., Wang, G. and Toh, C.H., 2020, April. A novel assay of neutrophil extracellular traps (NETs) formation independently predicts DIC and identifies the rationale for anti-IL-8 therapies. In BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY(Vol. 189, pp. 42-42). 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA: WILEY.

Abrams, S., Morton, B., Alhamdi, Y., Alsabani, M., Cheng, Z., Lane, S., Welters, I., Wang, G. and Toh, C.H., 2020. A novel assay of neutrophil extracellular trap (NET) formation identifies anti-IL-8 therapies to reduce disseminated intravascular coagulation and mortality in the intensive care unit. Clinical Medicine20(Suppl 2), p.s114.

Abrams, S.T., Morton, B., Alhamdi, Y., Alsabani, M., Cheng, Z., Lane, S., Welters, I., Wang, G. and Toh, C.H., 2019. A novel assay of Neutrophil Extracellular Traps (NETs) formation independently predicts DIC and identifies the rationale for anti-IL-8 therapies.

M. Alsabani, S. Abrams, Z. Cheng, Y. Alhamdi, B. Morton, G. Wang, CH. Toh, 2019. Interleukin-8 is a major factor in inducing Neutrophil Extracellular Traps (NETs) in sepsis. Intensive Care Medicine Experimental7(Suppl 3), pp. 501.

Sayar, Z., Abrams, S.T., Alsabani, M., Czuprynska, J., Benjamin, R., Patel, J.P., Roberts, L.N., Patel, R.K., Cornelius, V., Arya, R. and Toh, C.H., 2018, April. Neutrophil Extracellular Traps (NETs) formation in Patients newly diagnosed with Myeloma: Findings from the Thromboprophylaxis in Multiple Myeloma (TiMM) Study. In BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY (Vol. 181, pp. 140-141). 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA: WILEY.


SCIENTIFIC MEMBERSHIPS AND ACTIVITIES

SCIENTIFIC PARTICIPATION

Committee/Board membership:

Member of the Faculty Enhancement Committee, COAMS/ KSAU-HS, 2022-Present 

Member of the Research Committee, COAMS/ KSAU-HS, 2022-Present

COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTIONS

Anesthesia International Day, COAMS, KSAU-HS, 2021- 2023.

Health Profession Conference, KSAU-HS, 2021-2022. 

Career Day, COAMS, KSAU-HS, 2022.

Internship and Future opportunities in Anesthesia, COAMS, KSAU-HS, 2022​


CONTACT INFORMATION

Office location/number: COAMS-M, Office #81

Phone:  +966 11 4299999   Ext: 98206 

Email: sabanim@ksau-hs.edu.sa  ​