Home > SAR>
Biography

Mohamed Shaaban Ali

Department of Anaesthetics

Al Salam International Hospital, The State of Kuwait

Associate Professor

Email: msali58@hotmail.com


Qualifications

2002 MD, College of Medicine, Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt, Anesthesia

2001 PhD, College of Medicine, University of Wales, Cardiff, UK, Cerebral Monitoring during cardiac surgey

1993 MSc, College of Medicine, Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt, Anesthesia

1987 MBBCh, College of Medicine, Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt


Publications (Selected)

  1. Shaaban Ali M, Harmer M, Kirkham F. (2005) CPB temperature and brain unction. Anaesthesia,60: 365-72.
  2. Shaaban Ali M., Harmer M, Elliott M, Lloyd-Thomas A, Kirkham F.(2004) A pilot tudy of evaluation of cerebral function by S100 protein and near-infrared pectroscopy during cold and warm cardiopulmonary bypass in infants and children undergoing open-heart surgery. Anaesthesia, 59: 20-26.
  3. Shaaban Ali M, Harmer M, Vaughan R, Dunne J,Latto I. P. (2001) Cerebral oxygenation measured by spatially resolved spectroscopy (NIRO-300) does not agree with jugular bulb oxygen saturation in patients undergoing warm coronary artery bypass surgery. Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia 48: 497-501.
  4. Shaaban Ali M, Kirkham F, Harmer M. [2004] Validity of near infrared spectroscopy. Anaesthesia, 59: 508-9.
  5. Shaaban Ali M., Elliott M, Harmer M, Kirkham F, Lloyd-Thomas A. (2001) Cerebral oxygenation during cold (25±C) and warm (35±C) cardiopulmonary bypass in children undergoing open-heart surgery.British Journal of Anaesthesia 86: 316P-317P.