Komi Loukia

Komi Loukia Anesthesiologist

Education & Academic Qualifications

  • Faculty of Medicine, University of Perugia (Laurea Specialistica in Medicina e Chirurgia) Residency in Anaesthesiology at Evangelismos General Hospital.
  • European Diploma in Anaesthesiology (EDAIC PartI).


Fellowship in Societies, Membership in Journal Editorial Committees

  • Athens Medical Society.

  • European Society of Anaesthesiology (ESA)


Work Experience

  • Residency in Anaesthesiology at Evangelismos General Hospital.

  • Consultant anaesthesiologist at the 2nd University Anaesthesiology Clinic, Attikon General Hospital.


Clinical & Research Interest

Clinical Interest:

  • Perioperative management of the high risk patient.

  • Safe Anaesthetic management outside the operating room.

Research Interest: 

  • Neuromuscular blockers and their reversal.


Recent Publications

  • Stathopoulos, M. Mis, L. Komi, A. Fassaris, S. Mastrokosta, M. Theodoridou, D. Lapatsanis, K. Romana. Comparison of two muscle relaxants (rocuronium and suxamethonium) for rapid sequence intubation in morbidly obese patients. 1st Iberian Congress on Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery/14th Congress of the Span- ish Society of Morbid Obesity Surgery and Metabolic Diseases. Barcelona, April 2012.

  • Iosifina Giannakikou, Zinais Kontouli, Loukia Komi. Occluded scavenging system by dust. 65th Annual PostGraduate Assembly in Anesthesiology. New York, December 2012.

  • Christina Balaka, Sofia Poulida, Maria Miliatou, Antonios Roussakis, Vassiliki Lavranou, Maria Moshaki, Loukia Komi, Constantina Romana. Comparison of sugammadex to neostigmine reversal of neuromuscular blockade in patients with myasthenia gravis. 26th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Cardiothoracic Anaesthesiologists. Vienna, June 2011.

  • Panoutsopoulou M., Poulaki S., Komi L., Romana K. Anaesthesiologic management of a patient with ectopic adrenal tumor. Case report. 19th Panhellenic Congress of Anaesthesiology . Alexandroupoli, May 2011.

  • Komi, A. Psevdi, K. Tsatsou, P. Aggelidakis and E. Stamataki. Successful treatment of spontaneous intracranial hypotension (SIH) with a thoracic epidural blood patch. Euroanaesthesia 2010. Helsinki, June 2010.