On a Tuesday afternoon, Marzia Akter (25) was taking her husband, who had contracted dengue, back home from the One Stop Emergency and Casualty (OSEC) unit at Kurmitola General Hospital, following his treatment.
Directorate General of the Health Services (DGHS) will introduce “One Stop Emergency and Casualty” (OSEC) at Kurmitola General Hospital in Dhaka today with a view to providing necessary diagnostics and treatment support by keeping a patient at the bed.
Though returnee migrant workers account for one-fourth of the HIV patients detected in Bangladesh every year, no screening system has been put in place yet at any of the country’s international airports.
With the onset of winter, reports are coming in from around the country of growing cold-related illnesses in children. Among the more serious winter ailments is pneumonia but most parents are often confused about how to differentiate between pneumonia and the common flu. Here's what you need to know.