Prenatal death due to lack of oxygen in Faridpur Medical

 Staff Reporter   |   Update: 2020-03-31 18:18:20

Prenatal death due to lack of oxygen in Faridpur Medical

A school teacher at Faridpur Medical College Hospital has died due to lack of oxygen, relatives said. The woman died on Monday (30th March) around 8:30 am.

Ripa Das(32) is the wife of Mithun Sarkar of Ramkal village in Pansha upazila of Rajbari. He was an assistant teacher at Ramkal Government Primary School. Ripa, daughter of Anil Kumar Das of Tapakhola area of ​​Faridpur. He was the first child in a four-year marriage.

Ripper sibling Dhiraj Kumar said Ripa was two and a half months pregnant. He was admitted to Faridpur Medical College Hospital on Sunday (29th March) at 2 pm due to sudden bleeding. Doctors there performed tests and asked for MR (abortion).

Ripa was taken to the Operation Theater on Sunday evening around 7pm. Faridpur Medical College Hospital gynecologist Dr. Dr made him MR. Kaniz Fatema.

He was taken out of bed at around 7am on Monday. At this time Ripper was suffering from severe breathing. Despite requesting hospital nurses and interns for a long time, he could not provide oxygen. After about an hour the oxygen cylinder was brought. Ripa died before that. His body was taken to Ramkal village at noon.

Faridpur Medical College Hospital Gynecologist Dr. Kaniz Fatema said the patient was in good shape after the surgery. He died suddenly in the morning of his condition. I do not know if that patient died due to lack of oxygen. If a written complaint is received, the matter will be investigated.

Meanwhile, businessman Dil Dal Hossain of West Khawaspur area of ​​the city said that he could not see any dermatologist since sitting for two hours on Sunday from 10am to 12pm.

Saidur Rahman, director of Faridpur Medical College Hospital, said doctors were watching the patient following government directives. No one complained that I didn't get treatment.

Engineer Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain MP, president of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperatives, said, "We have received complaints that patients are not receiving proper medical care when they come to the hospital."

He said that people have more confidence and trust in doctors during this crisis. Therefore, there is no opportunity for physicians to neglect their duties. An emergency meeting was convened at the Deputy Commissioner's Conference Room on Monday afternoon to resolve the problem.