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Al-Amin’s brother shows gratitude to Dr. Tahera Nazrin– Paediatric Cardiologist, Evercare Hospital Dhaka, who performed a successful device closure without surgery on Al-Amin’s heart with a reasonable cost
Antony talks about Dr. Tahera Nazrin– Paediatric Cardiologist, Evercare Hospital Dhaka, who successfully performed a device closure without surgery on Antony’s daughter with a reasonable cost.
She is a brilliant student.
Mosammat Arobia Khatun, who was suffering from PDA, shows her gratitude to Dr. Tahera Nazrin — Paediatric Cardiologist, Evercare Hospitals Dhaka, for the treatment and care she received.
Balloon Atrial Septostomy (BAS)-a lifesaving procedure of Paediatric Cardiology department, Evercare Hospital Dhaka:
This is our great pleasure that we have successfully performed a lifesaving procedure (BAS) of a 36 days old baby, Samir Sadiq on 12th September,2019. Baby was diagnosed in our hospital as Situs solitus, levocardia, D-loop ventricle(S,D, anterior-posterior great vessels) , d-TGA, restricted patent foramen ovale (1mm), left to right shunt, patent ductus arteriosus (4mm), left to right shunt, dilated left cardiac chambers, intramural coronaries, good biventricular function with pneumonia. Baby was referred from outside hospital with SPO2 56 % high flow oxygen (10L). Baby immediately underwent ventilator support. Emergency Balloon Atrial Septostomy was done successfully within 8 hours of hospital admission. After the procedure baby’s oxygen saturation raised to 90-98 % with good blood flow through the created atrial septal defect (ASD,6 mm) with left to right shunt. The baby was managed by Interventional Paediatric Cardiologist, Paediatrician and MICU team. Now he is ready to be discharged for Arterial switch operation.
Jahara of 11th grade student of DPS came to our PCD for internship on May, 2021.She worked with us in OPD, IPD, ICU and also in echo-lab.She was so creative and intelligent in learning !
She learnt about history taking. She could understand and took the history of the tiny children from parents. The patients came from underprivileged society and Jahara was empathized with them.