Karmirhath

To raise the socio-economic status of the poor, downtrodden and less privileged people in the society by providing affordable health care, mobility to the handicaps and training to the needy to save them from social injustices.
Jan 16, 2012

PROJECT REPORT

Patients waiting for their turn at a Diabetic Camp
Patients waiting for their turn at a Diabetic Camp

                       

                                                   January 13, 2012.

A Diabetic Screening Camp was held at a remote village on November 28, 2011. More than 500 patients attended the camp. 48 patients were found with diabetes.

Help Treat 1200 Poor Diabetes in Bangladesh”.

These patients attended our hospital. After necessary tests, free treatments and a Diabetic Guide Book was given to each new patient. Dietary instructions were given to the new patients by our Dietitian.

A total of 400 diabetic patients, both new and old, attended the Diabetic Section of Karmirhath Hospital. Insulin is given free to Chronic Diabetic Patients.

Karmirhath Hospital Authorities are grateful to donors who donate through GlobalGiving web site for Diabetic patients.

Doctor Examining A Patient in A Camp
Doctor Examining A Patient in A Camp

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Jan 2, 2012

PROJECT REPORT

NAZRUL ISLAM
NAZRUL ISLAM

                  PROJECT REPORT               

                                             January 01, 2012

 

 Two Eye Camps were organized in the rural areas. 52 cataract patients were detected. Cataract operations were performed on these patients.

Nazrul Islam, 64, was one of the patients who got back his eye sights.

 

“I was blind on both the eyes for about 4 years. I lost my earning abilities besides being unable to see my children and other family members. I did not know that my eye sights could be restored by surgery. I got the chance when there was an eye camp organized by the Karmirhath Hospital near my village. The camp-organizers took me along with others to the hospital after examining my eyes at the camp.

Cataract surgery were performed on both of my eyes after an interval of one month. Now I am a very happy person as I now can earn my livelihood and see my dear and near ones.

I am very grateful to those overseas donors who donated through GlobalGiving website for cataract surgery.”

                                                             Nazrul Islam.

 

 

Oct 25, 2011

Help Treat 1200 Poor Diabetes in Bangladesh

A paramedic taking weight of a patient
A paramedic taking weight of a patient

 

                       KARMIRHATH HOSPITAL, GAIBANDHA

 

                HELP TREAT 1200 POOR DIABETIC PATIENTS”.

 

                                            PROJECT REPORT

 

                                                   October 25, 2011.

 

 546 diabetic patients attended the Diabetic Section and the Diagnostic section of the Karmirhath Hospital during July to August, 2011. 25% of these were new patients.

Treatment of diabetes is to maintain the blood sugar level as close as normal. This is achieved through Diets, Medications and Exercises. Health Educator briefs the new patients.

Doctor Examining a Patient.
Doctor Examining a Patient.
Doctor Examining a Patient.
Doctor Examining a Patient.
ECG Tests Being Conducted on a Patient
ECG Tests Being Conducted on a Patient
Patients Waiting for Their Turns
Patients Waiting for Their Turns
Patients Waiting For Their Turns
Patients Waiting For Their Turns

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