1. admin@dailypressjournal.com : admin :
  2. akashalam2012@gmail.com : akashalam2012 :
Child's death due to finger surgery, hospital authorities not taking responsibility After the child's death, when the body was taken home, 20 stitches were found in the abdomen. - dailypressjournal

Child’s death due to finger surgery, hospital authorities not taking responsibility After the child’s death, when the body was taken home, 20 stitches were found in the abdomen.

  • Update Time : Tuesday, December 6, 2022
  • 153 Time View

Child’s death due to finger surgery, hospital authorities not taking responsibility After the child’s death, when the body was taken home, 20 stitches were found in the abdomen.

Suman Khan :

Little baby Maisha came to Dhaka from Kurigram with her father. It was said that there would be a finger operation. But the operation is done on the stomach, not the finger. The hospital authorities also concealed that information. After the child’s death, when the body was taken home, 20 stitches were found in the abdomen. On Wednesday (November 30th), the authorities obtained the bond signature from the child’s father hours after the child was taken to the operation theater at Alam Memorial Hospital in Rupnagar in the capital. Although he was told to regain consciousness at 5 pm, he was taken to the ICU at 12 noon. The child’s name is Marufa Jahan Maisha (5). She is the daughter of Mozaffar Ali and Beli Akhtar of Velakopa Bepari Para village of Ward No. 6 of Kurigram Municipal Town. Maisha’s father Mozaffar Ali said, “In the morning, the doctor came and did a check-up and said that our daughter had died. After a while, an ambulance came and returned our money and took us here for a bath.” After some time, he was taken from that hospital to Global Specialized Hospital in Mirpur. After a few hours, it was reported that Maisha was no longer alive. After being taken to Kurigram, the family found the child’s stomach cut. There were 20 stitches. National Cancer Research Institute and Hospital Assistant Professor Dr. According to Ahsan Habib, cardiac arrest occurred during the operation and he was not able to manage it and was quickly referred to the ICU with incomplete bandages. The authorities of the two hospitals are unwilling to take responsibility for this. Blaming each other. Alam Memorial Hospital director Masudur Rahman said, Dr. Ahsan Habib himself referred the patient to Celina Hospital. Meanwhile, when asked about the registration of the hospital, he said that the registration of the hospital is under process. Niamat Ullah, executive director of Global Specialized Hospital, said that after postponing the patient’s operation, they told us that the patient is still alive and needs ICU, but the patient died before arriving at the hospital, and they hid it. In this incident, local residents including Maisha’s relatives protested in Kurigram.

Please Share This Post in Your Social Media

More News Of This Category