Three patients passed on after they were moved from Dhaka Clinical School Medical clinic’s Emergency unit – committed for Coronavirus patients – during a fire occurrence today.
The patients inhaled their last when they were taken to the medical clinic’s CCU from the ICU, Assessor Bachchu Miah, responsible for the DMCH police camp, affirmed to Day by day Bbc News
The expired – PDB Specialist Kazi Golam Mostafa (66) from Chandpur, Kishore Chandra Roy (70) of Tangail and madrasa instructor Abdullah Al Mahmud (48) of Manikganj – were in a coma.
DMCH Chief Brig Gen Nazmul Haque said the fire broke out at the ICU on the third floor of DMCH’s new structure.
Every one of the patients were moved from the ICU after the fire broke out. Yet, the three patients who were in a coma passed on while going through treatment at the CCU later, the DMCH chief said.
The ICU has been gravely harmed by the fire. It will require some investment to continue tasks at the ICU, said Brig Gen Nazmul.
The fire may have been begun from a high-stream nasal cannula machine in the ICU, said DMCH Appointee Chief Md Ahmed
DMCH specialists shaped a council to explore the episode. The panel has been approached to present its report inside seven working days.
In the interim, Fire Administration and Common Protection has shaped another test board of trustees.
The fire broke out around 8:10am and caused thick smoke inside the ICU. Three units of firemen hurried to the spot and soaked the burst around 8:55am, said Kamrul Hasan, obligation official at Fire Administration and Common Guard base camp.
An aggregate of 14 patients were inside the ICU office, the authority likewise said.
Not long after the fire, the ICU and post CCU have been shut.