Dr Abdul Mabud Chowdhury Wiki – Dr Abdul Mabud Chowdhury Biography
Dr. Abdul Mabud Chowdhury was a doctor, He has died of the coronavirus three weeks after warning British Prime Minister Boris Johnson that medical workers on the front lines of the pandemic need more personal protective equipment, according to a report.
He warned United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson that health workers on the front line did not have enough personal protection equipment (PPE) has died of COVID-19.
Dr Abdul Mabud Chowdhury Age
He was 53 years old
Dr. Abdul Mabud Chowdhury Career
Dr. Abdul Mabud Chowdhury, 53, a urologist at London’s Homerton Hospital, succumbed to the disease Wednesday after spending 15 days at Queen’s Hospital in Romford, according to Sky News.
Dr Abdul Mabud Chowdhury Warning
On March 18, he wrote an urgent message to Johnson on Facebook in an appeal for PPE for “each and every” health worker in the UK
“Remember we may be doctor/nurse/HCA/allied health workers who are in direct contact with patients but we are also human beings trying to live in this world disease-free with our family and friends,” Chowdhury wrote.
Dr Abdul Mabud Chowdhury Death
He died on Wednesday aged 53 after spending 15 days in the hospital.
“Dr. Chowdhury started talking about the [coronavirus] issue from the very beginning, asking why the British government and other European countries weren’t taking rigorous and strict measures to control it.
“He was worried developing countries like Bangladesh will be the worst victim of this crisis because of economic issues and improvised healthcare issues,” said Pavel.
Chowdhury’s death came amid mounting concerns that medical workers are not receiving adequate PPE.
“Despite the stark warnings from Italian doctors as well as our own NHS front line, most notably Dr Chowdhury who has passed away this week after his posting a Facebook status about his concerns, the government seem to be deploying an ‘it will be ok’ attitude in the face of a growing crisis.
“How many more front line deaths will we have to seen before adequate PPE is rolled out across the NHS?”
“People appreciate us and salute us for our rewarding jobs which is very inspirational, but I would like to say we have to protect ourselves and our families in this global disaster,” he added.
The Muslim Doctors Association paid tribute to the Bangladeshi-born doctor, who had no underlying medical conditions.
“We are deeply saddened by the death of Dr. Abdul Mabud Chowdhury, Consultant Urologist at Homerton Hospital, after fighting for his life from COVID-19,” the group said. “He leaves behind his wife and two children. Our thoughts and prayers are with them.”
Adnan Pavel, Chowdhury’s friend, described him as an “enthusiastic” mentor to young British Bangladeshi men in the UK and a selfless philanthropist to vulnerable people in Bangladesh.
“He was such a good man. He was always very helpful to everyone. He was a man with life,” Pavel told Al Jazeera.