Lungs should be taken care The corona epidemic made the world realize how important healthy “lungs” are to life. Over time, lung care begins in the womb. Malnutrition of the mother during pregnancy, infection with various infectious diseases, and the birth of a low-weight baby can cause various lung diseases. Adequate breastfeeding after childbirth reduces the incidence of various diseases, including pneumonia and asthma.
So taking care of expectant mothers and expectant mothers is a prerequisite for healthy baby lungs. On the other hand, smoking causes severe lung damage. A parent who smokes poses a danger not only to his family members but also to his unborn child. This is even more true for mothers who smoke.
These were the speakers at a round table meeting organized by the Department of Respiratory Medicine, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) on the occasion of ‘World Lung Day-2022’ on Saturday (October 15). Colorful parades, and tree planting programs in the spirit of the day.
Chaired by Mohammad Atiqur Rahman, the chief guest of the round table meeting is Professor Dr. Md. Sharfuddin Ahmed, Treasurer of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University and Chairman of the Department of Respiratory Medicine. The special guest of the event was the Prime Minister’s physician, professor emeritus, dr. ABM Abdullah, Vice-Chancellor (Research & Development) Professor Dr. Md. Zahid Hossain, Vice-Chancellor (Academic) Professor Dr. AKM Mosharraf Hossain.
The dean of the BSMMU Faculty of Dentistry, Prof. Dr., participated as a speaker. Mohammad Ali Asghar Moral, Dean of Basic Sciences and Paraclinics Masuda Begum, Dean of Faculty of Medicine Dr. Shirin Tarpadar, Proctor Dr. Md. Habibur Rahman Dulal, University Librarian Dr. Md. Harisul Haque, Registrar Dr. Swapan Kumar Tapadar, Director (Hospital) Brigadier Dr. Md. Nazrul Islam Khan, Chairman, Department of Physical Medicine. AKM Salek, associate professor of the Department of Thoracic Surgery. Sampriti Islam, Journalist Subhash Singh Roy, Special Correspondent Prothom Alo Shishir Moral, Chief Correspondent Daily Am Kharan, Rashed Rabbi, etc. The program was led by the associate professor of the university’s respiratory medicine department. Shamim Ahmed.
vice chancellor professor dr. Md. Sharfuddin Ahmed said, “Smoking causes various diseases including lung cancer. Therefore, the Tobacco Control Act should be fully implemented to stop smoking. We should always remember not to smoke or exercise regularly. The Ministry of Forestry and Environment should also be active in planting more trees. The chest department of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University is investigating sleep apnea disease which should be reported to people for awareness.
Prime Minister’s doctor, professor emeritus. ABM Abdullah said: “The corona epidemic has made the world realize how important healthy “lungs” are to life. Over time, lung care begins in the womb. Currently, significant successes have been achieved in the health sector of the country under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. But Bangabandhu laid the foundation for the development of the health system.
Lungs should be taken care Professor Dr. Mohammad Atiqur Rahman said, “Actually, smoking is a social disease that not only causes serious lung diseases like COPD, cancer, etc. its main cause, but smoking also causes many other diseases, including heart disease and stroke. Hypertension. Therefore, it is imperative to accelerate the anti-smoking movement in society and to effectively implement anti-smoking laws. ‘
He also said that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s announcement to make Bangladesh a “tobacco-free country” by 2041 should be implemented to stop smoking and prevent lung diseases. In his speech, he expressed optimism about Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s ability to successfully manage the impending global economic recession.