Published:  01:05 AM, 13 September 2019

Painless normal delivery now in Bangladesh

Painless normal delivery now in Bangladesh Impulse Hospital in Dhaka holds a press conference on painless normal deliveries on Wednesday. Additional Secretary of Ministry of Women's and Children Affairs Ainul Kabir attended the event as the chief guest. -AA

Over 80 percent of deliveries in private hospitals in Bangladesh are caesarean but half of them is unnecessary. Health researchers criticize unethically motivated caesarean leaving higher risks of complicacies to the mothers.

The expecting mothers are often compelled to undergo surgery in panic but despite excessively higher payments, they are put in various long-term troubles following deliveries. Impulse Hospital in  Dhaka, has brought relief to the expecting mothers by facilitating normal but painless delivery.

This was disclosed at a press conference held on the hospital premises on Wednesday where three physicians- Dr Md Toufiq Islam, Senior Consultant of National University Hospital, Singapore, Dr Jinnurain Jaigirdar, Senior Consultant, University Hospital Waterford and Dr Kazi Nafiza Hamid, Senior Consultant, Portiuncula University Hospital, Ireland made presentation on unique techniques for introducing painless normal delivery services at Impulse Hospital. Additional Secretary of Ministry of Women's and Children Affairs Ainul Kabir attended the event as the chief guest while Joint Secretary of Ministry of Health Tapan Kumar Biswas was present as the special guest.

Managing Director of Impulse Health Services and Research Center Ltd Prof Dr Zaheer Al-Amin said in his welcome speech that caesarean service can never be an alternative to normal delivery. In the era of modern civilization and health advancement, pain during delivery is also not acceptable.

Considering these, we have started painless normal delivery last year in Impulse Hospital and we have already achieved significant success in this matter. In her presentation, Dr Nafiza said "In developed countries, patients' expectations for painless normal delivery are high and they demand comfortable post-operative course with no pain.

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