New Cathlab in the service of heart disease

 Staff Reporter   |   Update: 2020-02-20 21:46:31

New Cathlab in the service of heart disease

After the successful angiogram of 12,000 heart patients at the first Cathlab, another Cathlab started his journey to Chittagong Medical College Hospital. As a result, the heart patients of Greater Chittagong will be able to get an angiogram in less time with the prescribed Tk 2,000 fee and related medicines and medical equipment. Besides, the service of setting up a permanent and temporary pacemaker will also be facilitated by wearing NGO plastic or ring.

Chittagong City Corporation Mayor AJM Nasir inaugurated the CathLabs 1 and 2 of the Cardiology Department of several hospitals on Thursday (20th February).

Speaking on the occasion, the mayor said at a conference meeting at the Cardiology Department conference hall, the pressure from the city-wide crowd was increasing day by day in the city. Similarly, the number of patients in this hospital in Greater Chittagong is constantly increasing. At that time, many hospitals are struggling to provide medical care. This is a 500-bed hospital. Later, it was upgraded to 1313 beds. But the manpower was not increased. Many hospitals are pushing with a 500-bed manpower.

He said that with this manpower, on average, every day, 7,000 patients are providing medical care. About 3,000 patients from remote areas are receiving medical treatment in the outpatient daily. In fact, the doctors working in the hospitals are doing a wonderful job by continuing the medical treatment of the common people.

He said that in the cardiology Cathlabe, up to this day last year 10,000 patients and 12,000 patients have been given angiogram services. Superb hospital director B. The meeting was chaired by General Mohsen Uddin Ahmed. Praveer Kumar Das gave a welcome speech.

BMA Chittagong President Prof Dr. Mujibul Haque Khan, General Secretary Faisal Iqbal Chowdhury, Vice-Chancellor of excellent hospital Dr. Nasir Uddin Mahmud, Dr. Rizwan Rehan, Dr. All department heads, including Abul Hossain Shaheen, were present. Dr. was in the program. Lakshmipada Das.