Dr. Maha Mohamed Ali

Dr. Maha Mohamed Ali

Senior Registrar

Anesthesiology & pain management

Meitra Hospital

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Dr. Maha Mohamed Ali did her undergraduate training (MBBS) from Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore, followed by a 3 year course of DNB Anaesthesiology in Baby Memorial Hospital, Kozhikode. Where she gained excellent hands-on clinical experience and training and was involved in assisting with direct patient care. Following this, she worked as Fellow in Ortho-Neuro Anaesthesia in Meitra Hospital, Kozhikode. She is experienced in regional and general anaesthesia and ultrasound guided peripheral nerve blocks for anaesthesia and analgesia. She has also handled varied cases, outside of neuro and orthopaedic, with a good insight and learning in safe anaesthetic practices.


  • General anaesthesia for varied surgeries -general surgery, gastro surgery, urology, paediatric surgery, orthopaedics, trauma, plastic surgery, neurosurgery, oromaxillofacial surgery, ENT, obstetrics and gynaecology.
  • Intubations and inserting double lumen tubes using C-Mac.
  • Regional anaesthesia including; subarachnoid blocks, epidural blocks, caudal blocks, USG guided peripheral nerve blocks, primarily upper limb blocks.
  • Pre-anaesthetic check-ups for cases posted in  various specialities. 
  • 24 hour patient care in the OT, Postoperative ICU, Cardiac ICU and COVID ICU.
  • Invasive lines : USG guided Central venous cannulation; IJV and Femoral, Landmark guided Subclavian venous cannulation, HD Catheter insertion; Intra-arterial cannulation (also with FLO-TRAC monitoring) and regular peripheral intravenous cannulations.
  • Anaesthetic management of  donor and recipient in live donor renal transplantations.


  • MBBS, Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore - deemed institution under Manipal University.
  • DNB Anaesthesiology from Baby Memorial Hospital, Kozhikode

Research and Publication 

  • Anaesthetic Management during Laparoscopic Resection of a Functioning Beta Cell Tumour (An Insulinoma) – Case Report. BMH Med. J. 2020; 7(2): 41-45.
  • A Prospective, Randomised, Double Blind Study on Perioperative Use of Intravenous Ligocaine for Post-operative Paralytic Ileus and Post-operative Pain.