Moudud Ahmmed Sujan | The Daily Star
  • Moudud Ahmmed Sujan

  • ‘Focusing on patients, not medicine’

    At the 67th World Health Assembly in 2014, member states of World Health Organization (WHO) agreed to strengthen palliative care as a component of comprehensive care throughout the life course. However, this patient-focused approach is still under-addressed.
  • Life Saving Antibiotics

    Life-saving Antibiotics: Bacteria become more resistant

    At least 10 types of bacteria have become more resistant to 17 life-saving antibiotics used for treating patients with infectious diseases across the country, according to a new government study.
  • 71pc never had blood sugar tested

    Shakhawat Hossain (52) has been bedridden for the last three months, due to a surgery on his left toe on August 19 this year. A week before the surgery, he had an injury in the toe caused by a treenail. As he is a diabetic patient, since 2014, medication did not work on the injury and there was no option other than surgery.
  • Untreated medical waste: A serious threat to public health

    Untreated medical wastes are accumulating at landfills in seven divisional cities, posing serious threat to public health.
  • DGHS’ three-year project unfinished in nine years

    A project by the health ministry to establish a national institute for laboratory medicine, that was approved in 2010 with a three-year deadline, will be up for approval for a fifth time extension at today’s meeting of the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (Ecnec).