Khaleda Zia left the CCU at Evercare hospital to go into the cabin

Khaleda Zia archive photo


Khaleda Zia archive photo

BNP President Khaleda Zia, who is currently undergoing treatment at Evercare Hospital in Dhaka, was transferred to a cabin in the Coronary Care Unit (CCU) last night.

She was transferred to the cabin at 8:30 p.m. as recommended by her medical board, her doctor AZM Zahid Hossain told the Daily Star last night.

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“Madame was taken to a cabin as per the recommendation of the medical board. The cabin has CCU type facilities and the nurses from the CCU would look after her,” said the doctor.

Professor Zahid, also a member of the medical board, said Khaleda’s condition has not improved. “His condition has remained the same as before. All parameters fluctuate as before,” he added.

Khaleda Zia, who was diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver on November 13, was taken to the CCU at Evercare Hospital the day after she was admitted to the hospital. About 57 days later, she was taken to the cabin.

A 10-member medical council headed by Professor Shahabuddin Talukder, a medical specialist at the hospital, deals with the treatment of former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia.

The council recommended taking her abroad for treatment.

On behalf of the family, Khaleda Zia’s younger brother Shamim Eskander sent a letter to the Home Office asking them to allow Khaleda Zia to embark. But the government rejected the request.

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