Neuroanaesthesia

Neuroanaesthesia

The idea that there is something different about anesthesia for neurosurgery is relatively new, the subspecialty of neuroanesthesia arose in only the late 1960s and early 1970s. It developed because of the newfound ability to measure parameters such as intracranial pressure (ICP), cerebral blood flow (CBF), and cerebral metabolic rate (CMR). During the past century, major advances in the care of patients with operative neurologic lesions have been made. The introduction of neuroanesthesia and neurointensive care, computed tomographic and magnetic resonance imaging, and the operating microscope have radically altered how patients are treated. Despite this and abundant research, the morbidity and mortality from subarachnoid hemorrhage, stroke, trauma, and neoplastic lesions has remained largely unchanged in the past several decades. This can be attributed to the intrinsic complexity of central nervous system disease, which will still require enormous effort to understand. Nevertheless, in retrospect, neuroanesthesia practice has appreciably changed in the past decade, and there is promise that major advances in the anesthetic care of these patients will continue. To attain the highest standard of practice and safety in neuroanaesthesia, neurocritical care, and pain management through advanced education and research in neurologically impaired patients. Promote higher education in the science of neuroanaesthesia and neurointensive care and exchanging information in the similar field across the globe and extend the advancement of education for the public benefit in the science of neuroanaesthesia and neuro-intensive care Forming a bridge between Bangladesh like developing and developed world to promote good medical practice regarding neuroanaesthesia

Resource:
Recognised training centre
Government :    Dhaka Medical College
Chittagong Medical College
Sir Solimullah Medical College & Mitford Hospital
Rajshahi Medical College
Mymensingh Medical College
Neuro Science Institute Dhaka
And other Govt. medical College

Autonomous Institute  : Bangabandu Sheikh Mujib Medical University,

Post graduation training: 6 Month certificate training in Bangabandu Sheikh Mujib Medical University. After qualify FCPS, MD or Diploma in anaesthesiology.

Resource Contact persons:

Name

Institute

 Contact

Prof. KM Shafiqur Rahman

Adhunik Bangladesh Medical college, Uttara

01819220622

Professor K M Iqbal

Apollo Hospital

01713479884

Professor UH Shahera Khatun

Dhaka Medical College (Retd.)

Mob: 01199-803661

Prof. A. K. M. Samsul Alam

Chittagong Medical College

 

Prof. Wahiuddin Mahmud

Consultant, Dept. of Anaesthesia, Square Hospital

01711-542199, anga@squarehospital.com

Prof. Abdur Rahman

DMCH

01715075059,drabdurrahman2001@yahoo.com

Prof. Debabrata Banik

Bangabandu Sheikh Mujib Medical University

01711-344884
banik85@gmail.com

Dr. Mostofa Kamal

Bangabandu Sheikh Mujib Medical University

01911382005

Dr. Hasina Akter

Apollo Hospital

 

Prof. AKM Akhtaruzzaman

Dept. of Aneasthesiology,  B.S.M.M.U

01819-220195 mili@bol-online.com

Dr. Subrata Kumar Mondal

DMCH

01715-437240

Dr. Saiful Islam

Khunla Medical college

 

Dr. Shahnewaz Chowdhury

Sylhet Women’s Medical College

01711995065, snzchy@yahoo.com

Dr. ASM Meftahuzzaman

Mymensingh Medical College

01711-130147

Dr. Manush Kumar Basu

Sir Solimullah Medical College & Mitford Hospital

 

Dr. Ataur Rahman

Rajshahi Medical College

 

Prof. Brigadier General  Dr M Masudul Haque

CMH Adviser Anaesthesiologitsts, Combined Military Hospital (CMH), Dhaka.

Mobile : 01711361806, masud661@gmail.com

 

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