A bag of gauze (bandage) was removed from a woman’s abdomen about five months after a caesarean operation at a private hospital in Devidwar, Comilla. For a long time, the yard was in the woman’s stomach, so her life was in danger.The patient’s brother said. Ruhul Amin said, on November 5 last year, Md. Mogsair village of Muradnagar upazila. Russell Mia’s wife Sharmin Akhter, 25, was admitted to Al Islam Hospital and Diagnostic Center in Debidwar with labor pains. Upazila Health Complex Medical Officer. Rozina Akhtar advised him of Caesar. On the same day, Dr. Rozina Akhter and Dr. Shamima Akhtar Linta performed her Caesarean. A son was born to Sharmin.
Shortly after the operation, Sharmin began to have pain and pus in her abdomen. He was later given an ultrasonogram at Devidwar Ibn Sina Hospital. The report said that there was water in the stomach. He was later taken to Bangladesh Medical College and Hospital in Dhaka. There is also water in the Ultra report. The doctor on duty gave water-reducing medicine. Although the water decreased, the pain did not decrease. The latest Comilla Mainamati General Hospital doctor. Abu Dawood said. Shariful Islam himself did the ultra and said he had something in his stomach. He operated on Sharmin on Tuesday evening. Some parts of ‘gauze’ or ‘bandage’ are taken out after the operation.
Gaini doctor accused in this regard. An attempt was made to contact Rozina on her mobile phone but she did not receive the call.
However, Debidwar Upazila Health and Family Planning Officer. Ahmed Kabir said he had not received any complaint from the patient. I came to know about this incident from the journalists. If there was a complaint, the matter could be investigated. What is the true fact?
Niaz Mohammad Hossain (Enam), managing director of Debidwar Al Islam Hospital, said, “We came to know about the patient’s abdominal pain through social media.” The incident happened five months ago. After that the relatives of the patient did not contact us anymore. We regret that such an incident happened.
Mainamati General Hospital doctor said. Colonel Abu Dawood said. He also tried to contact Shariful Islam on his cell phone at 7 pm on Wednesday but could not find him.
Comilla Civil Surgeon. Mir Mubarak Hossain said that if the relatives lodge a written complaint mentioning the names of the doctors and hospitals concerned, the matter will be investigated and necessary action will be taken against those responsible.