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Shemul49rmc
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Peditrician by Profession, Kids lover by Passion
Interests: Children's, Medicine, Kids, Movie, Internet, Stamp Collection, Friendship,
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bell palsy is an acute unilateral facial nerve palsy that is not associated with other cranial neuropathies or brain-stem dysfunctions. Bell palsy is the most common acute mononeuropathy. Incidence is 2.7 per 100000 in children less than 10 years of age. via pedimedicine.com Continue reading
Reblogged Aug 12, 2020 at Dr. Shemul's Blog
Mobile phones are an integral part of our daily life. We are living in the ocean of unseen waves. Cell phones need tower known as Base Transceiver Stations or BTS to operate. Both mobile phones and mobile tower radiation is a public health hazard. Electromagnetic radiation is a possible cause of cancer. Even you are probably reading this post on your mobile. We can not think of a day without mobile phones. But we need to keep in mind the potential health effects. Educated use of mobile phones may reduce possible health hazards. 5G is the latest technology with fear of more radiation problem. 5g radiation dangers are still not concluded. Although the level of radiation exposure from 5G antennas will be lower and 5G technology requires a lot of new base stations. How to Reduce Radiation exposure Use a hands-free device when possible. Limit the number and length of... Continue reading
Reblogged May 20, 2020 at Dr. Shemul's Blog
Coronavirus aka COVID-19 is now storming many countries including Bangladesh. The testing facility is increased many folds. So there are a lot of new cases are detected daily. Still, the case detection rate is lowest in the world considering millions of people. Recently Govt was pressurized to open garments factory to fight ongoing severe economic loss by BGMEA. Bangladesh is the second-largest garment exporting country after China. Lockdown on the garments factory has a tremendous effect on GDP. Healthcare workers including doctors, nurses are working round the clock to ensure proper care of COVID-19 affected patients. Other frontline workers including Polices, journalists are also getting affected daily. I am also posted now in a Coronavirus dedicated hospital in Jashore. Today I am sharing a post written by Professor Dr. Robed Amin. This guideline is effective and easy to remember. via pedimedicine.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 4, 2020 at Dr. Shemul's Blog
Bangladeshi Doctors Mobile Phone Number Telemedicine Service Telemedicine service is available for many years now. But coronavirus or COVID-19 situation has increased its necessity many folds. Bangladeshi Doctors are providing telemedicine service for patients with corona like symptoms or general non-emergency cases. Patients are encouraged not to attend the hospital for mild symptoms. As hospitals and clinics are potential sources for the outbreaking coronavirus. IDECR has published some hotline numbers also. Recently a Facebook group run by some renowned child specialists came into limelight for providing easy access to specialist care. Here is a list of doctors’ mobile number for consultation. Although I doubt the credibility of this kind of publicity. Most private hospitals outdoor and private chamber service are now closed to refrain coronavirus spread. Link: https://pedimedicine.com/bangladeshi-doctors-mobile-phone-number-telemedicine-service-for-corona/ Continue reading
Posted May 4, 2020 at Dr. Shemul's Blog
Corona Virus Treatment Guildeline PDF Download Coronavirus is declared pandemic now. It is spreading at a very fast rate. Most of the countries are affected somehow. Some can manage it efficiently and some are getting burned. Europe and America both are under tremendous pressure. Some people are considering it Third World War against coronavirus or named it as COVID-19. Every day something new is discovered regarding this deadly virus. Scientists are trying to find a cure or vaccine to prevent complications. Healthcare professionals are at great risk of getting affected by the coronavirus. Even using proper Personal Protective Equipment is not a safeguard against this virus. Coronavirus was first detected at the end of December. Doctors and Epidemiologist were trying to make govt listen. But most of the leaders of the world did not pay proper attention. Now they are facing horrible consequences. This biological warfare has taught us who... Continue reading
Posted May 4, 2020 at Dr. Shemul's Blog
Coronavirus aka COVID-19 is now storming many countries including Bangladesh. The testing facility is increased many folds. So there are a lot of new cases are detected daily. Still, the case detection rate is lowest in the world considering millions of people. Recently Govt was pressurized to open garments factory to fight ongoing severe economic loss by BGMEA. Bangladesh is the second-largest garment exporting country after China. Lockdown on the garments factory has a tremendous effect on GDP. Healthcare workers including doctors, nurses are working round the clock to ensure proper care of COVID-19 affected patients. Other frontline workers including Polices, journalists are also getting affected daily. I am also posted now in a Coronavirus dedicated hospital in Jashore. Today I am sharing a post written by Professor Dr Robed Amin. This guideline is effective and easy to remember. Link Continue reading
Posted May 4, 2020 at Dr. Shemul's Blog
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Neonatal ascites is a rare entity. It means the accumulation of fluid in the intraperitoneal cavity. Normally it should not happen. There are many reasons for neonatal ascites. Obstructive uropathy is the most common cause. We had found a case of neonatal ascites in our NICU. Here are the case report and discussion. Case Summary The baby of A 3130gm birth weight male preterm admitted just after birth due to severe abdominal distension and respiratory distress. The baby was born by LUCS at 36th weeks of gestation at 4 pm, 17.7.19. The baby cried immediately after birth but had meconium-stained liquor. Mother Mrs. A, 29 years old primi gravidae nondiabetic normotensive having blood group A Negative was under regular antenatal checkup. An antenatal fetal anomaly ultrasound scan revealed Pleural effusion, pericardial effusion, huge ascites, and bilateral hydronephrosis. Read More? Continue reading
Posted Sep 9, 2019 at Dr. Shemul's Blog
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For the first time, I have seen private hospitals are refusing to admit patients due to the shortage of Bed. With Dengue there are many other diseases that are being ignored right now. Eid ul Adha is on 12th August. Peoples are leaving Dhaka, taking the dengue with them to villages. Dengue outbreak may yet cause severe damage. The govt hospitals in our country are always full of patients. Now at the moment of crisis, everybody is giving their optimum to save the patients. Holiday has been canceled for govt doctors. Extreme caution must be taken to prevent a dengue outbreak. Rural cities do not have enough hospitals to take care of dengue patients. Children’s suffer most from dengue. I have got several calls from my relatives and friends to find a seat for admission. They were traveling in an Ambulance to find a seat. So it is better to... Continue reading
Posted Aug 17, 2019 at Dr. Shemul's Blog
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The government is carrying out a feasibility study into importing vaccine against the dengue virus as the viral disease has spread almost across the country and may turn into an epidemic. “The government is doing everything that is necessary to control the dengue virus. We’re talking with the dengue vaccine manufacturing company and carrying out a feasibility study on dengue vaccine in our country,” Professor Dr Abul Kalam Azad, director-general of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), told daily sun on Monday. He said they held a meeting with a delegation led by a director of Sanofi, a dengue vaccine manufacturing company, on Sunday and asked for details about dengue vaccine. Dengue Vaccine is Now FDA Approved, Coming Soon in Bangladesh “But they couldn’t give us detailed information about it. We have sought information in detail within a week. Then our immunization committee will examine the feasibility of the... Continue reading
Posted Aug 12, 2019 at Dr. Shemul's Blog
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Choosing the right kind of food for your growing kids can be tough. Here is a list of natural and artificial food list for optimum growth and developments of kids. If you want your child to grow taller and healthy, then there are certain foods that you need to integrate into their diet plan. Apart from their height, these healthy foods will help your child in many ways as they are fully packed with healthy nutrients. Track your child BMI using the BMI calculator for teens and start feeding your child with these foods. Some examples are: Eggs Milk Soybeans Oatmeal Chicken Spinach See here for more: Best Foods For Kids To Grow Taller, Stronger & Healthy Continue reading
Posted Aug 12, 2019 at Dr. Shemul's Blog
How To Write Curriculum Vitae Specially for Medical Professionals. Remember that a CV is not just a record of your life from your perspective; it is a summary of how you can provide the skills and experience required by the role and the employer. Continue reading
Posted Mar 8, 2014 at Dr. Shemul's Blog
Most Commons Patients in Pediatrics Ward of RMCH, Bangladesh. This list is based on my observation and clinical data. The information presented here is not 100% accurate. But a random presentation of common diseases in children. The serious cases needs admission in Hospital, Otherwise not. The outdoor patient department handles the less serious children’s. And if they feel necessary, they send the patient for admission in Pediatrics ward. Continue reading
Posted Jan 6, 2014 at Dr. Shemul's Blog
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This is the Lecture of Hypertension In Children taken by our teacher Dr. Shahabuddin Mahmud Assistant Professor, Paediatric Nephrology in Rajshahi Medical College. It contains Definitions, Causes, When to take BP in a child, Stages of HTN, Investigations for HTN both essential and Optional, Treatment options etc. This is mostly suitable for the Medical students to prepare their lessons. I have also included the PDF download link of the Power point presentation. I also believe that this document will help the teachers to arrange the Lectures. If you want to include any information’s here, feel free to write me. via pedimedicine.com Continue reading
Reblogged May 6, 2013 at Dr. Shemul's Blog
Tonsils are paired lymphatic organs present on the lateral wall of Oropharynx between the Anterior pillar or Palatoglossal arch and Posterior pillar or palatopharyngeal arch. When it is infected it is called tonsillitis. It is an acute or chronic inflammation of tonsils. via pedimedicine.com Continue reading
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