With the help of fellow medical doctors on the Manikganj 250-Bed District Hospital, every year, Dr. Lutfar Rahman organizes an afternoon-long clinical camp that gives away medicinal drugs and remedies to the bad. Hundreds of patients get hold of treatment and remedy from the camp. Hundreds of bad patients of Shaheb-para village in Saturnia Upazila get hold of unfastened remedy and care from professional docs at the camp organized in reminiscence of past due to Ansar Ali, Dr. Lutfur’s father.
On the go to the camp on June eleven, this correspondent observed separate pavilions for specialized docs, where patients are dealt with and given medication for their respective health issues. Doctors expressed pleasure in having the possibility to treat the terrible on the camp and praised Dr. Lutfar, who assets most of the medication distributed on the spot. The docs treating sufferers in the camp are remedy specialist Dr. Manabendra Sarkar and Dr. Rajib Biswas, gynecologist Dr. Farzana Rahman, infant expert Dr. Humayan Kabir, and ear, nostril, and throat (ENT) specialist, Dr. Khairul Bashar.
Dr. Lutfar Rahman stated he deeply feels the suffering of the bad who do no longer get the right remedy due to cash which is why he decided to aid the bad with free medicine and treatment. Apart from my personal finances, I shop medicinal drug samples I get from pharmaceutical agencies and the unconditional guide from my colleagues to arrange the camp,” he introduced. Dr. Lutfar Rahman received quite a recognition in his village due to his loose medical assist to heaps of villagers for the ultimate six years.
Locals say, aside from organizing the camp, he is recognized for setting out to his village Shaheb-para in his enjoyment time and seeking outpatients in want of remedy, or referring them to other professionals if wanted.
A 60-year-vintage patient, Basiran Begum, stated: “Lutfur Rahman is the physician of the poor in Shaheb-para village. We receive unfastened remedies and medicine while we go to him. Another elderly affected person, Abdur Rahim, 70, expressed equal sentiments and stated that Dr. Lutfar has been treating them for around six years. Patients in the village greatly benefit from his services.
Local heads in politics, press and regulation enforcement visited the medicine camp and brought speeches to inspire the selfless efforts of the doctors. If doctors were not sexists, then there would be no need to offer seminars on how to sensitively handle a woman’s pelvic exam in a “non-sexist manner.” This type of mentality is one of many reasons women especially, and men also, are turning away from their medical doctors and enlisting the help of alternative practitioners. Michael P. Annavi, Ph.D., in his essay on allopathic authority, entitled Scraps from the Table of Allopathic Power, states that “the allopathic medical industry has created a process of invalidation that promotes the ideology that knowledge is real only if it is established.
Within this tautological framework of European thought. The difficulty in establishing the practices and rights of non-traditional health professionals has been thwarted for the past two centuries from those who advocate the practice of scientifically validated medicine, from the traditional medical societies, and, of course, from the medical doctors themselves. This is nothing more than systematic prejudice and racism, especially regarding the Chinese and E. Indian medical practitioners of acupuncture and Ayurvedic medicine.