An unconscious patient’s treatment was started at Chittagong Medical College Hospital



Chittagong bureau:
Chittagong Medical College (CMC) has been launched in hospital, a new service for non-neon unidentified patients. This unique service has been launched from Monday on a very personal initiative. From now on there will be a showcase of emergency medicine, surgical equipment and wearable’s in different wards in Chittagong Medical College Hospital. Doctors will be able to treat unhygienic patients with necessary medicines.
Volunteer youth engineer Saiful Islam alias Nessar has been providing services to unidentified patients at Chittagong Medical College Hospital for almost a decade. Now he has institutionalized the personal initiative. Several local organizations have stood beside him in this work. In an accident, the unconscious party becomes uncomfortable to receive treatment when it comes to hospital without relatives. Nobody has ever bought them for their urgent medicines. This problem is more prominent if surgery is needed. Increasing risk of death increases the risk of death. For almost a decade Saiful Islam has been providing services to unidentified patients at Nessar Chittagong Medical College Hospital. He is working on collecting his pocket money or sponsor. After getting the address out of the hospital, many people brought home. Shipping company employee Saiful, before leaving his work, went to Ward Ward and searched for unidentified patients and served them. Hospital administration informed Saiful that if the unidentified patient is admitted. The publication of a preview of Saiful’s unique service on 26 February in 2016, Daily Purbachon published. After launching the service yesterday, at Chittagong Medical College Hospital, a new level of service was provided to unidentified patients.
At the inauguration of the new service, the Vice-Chancellor of Bangabandhu Medical College University Prof Dr. Kanak Kanti Barua, Director of Chittagong Medical College Brigadier Mohsen Uddin Ahmed, Divisional Head of Neuro Surgery Prof. Dr. Noman Khalid Chowdhury, Assistant Director Dr. Sheikh Fazle Rabbi
Besides Zonal Manager of Zulfaar Bangladesh, Faruk Sarker of Chittagong, Mr. Rigalor MD Saidul Karim, Mr. Mizanur Rahman of MD of Portland Group, Mr. Kofil Uddin Mahmud, President of Rotary Club of Metropolitan Chittagong, Rehmanuma of Rotary Club of Metropolitan City, Mr. Reedalor MD Saidul Karim, Mr. Kausar Chowdhury, MD of Quick Energy, Padma Aye Law Tanker Association President Yakub Chowdhury, Central City Hospital Director Tanvir Ahmed, Ishrat Technologies MD Engineer Mahbubur Rahman, Engineer Saiful Islam Nesser were also present.
In fact, the thought of a family incident was changed by young engineer Saiful Islam Nesser. His father Shamsul Haque was suffering from kidney disease. He could not properly treat his family financial capacity. In front of his eyes, Baba saw a lot of pain due to lack of treatment. Unable to provide the desired treatment, the family cried loudly near the place. His father died in 2007. Since then, Saiful Islam Nessa has decided to spend a portion of his income for the helpless patient if he has the opportunity of earning money in his life. After the death of his father, he got involved in untoward patient service. Even during the course of education, he also served an unidentified patient in the hospital.
The helplessness of the family and his family at the time of his father’s care is to Saiful Islam Nessar today. So we came to Chittagong Medical College Hospital. The unidentified patient in the different wards took the news. Afterwards, medicines came forward in medical service.
Saiful Islam is in Nager’s village in Chaglania municipality of Feni district. A family of small bamboo fenugreek dwells in Hichchara village. He is the fourth among three brothers and sisters.


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