Fahima's severed hand reattached to physique after five hours of operation

Fahima's severed hand reattached to physique after five hours of operation
Immediately after five hours of continuous efforts, surgeons were sooner or later succeeded to reattaching the severed hand of Wills Little Flower School and University teacher Syeda Fahima Begum to her body system on Tuesday night.

The procedure for surgical reattachment of the palm began at the city's Sheikh Hasina National Burn and COSMETIC SURGERY Institute at about 5pm, which was completed at about 10:15pm.

After the procedure, Professor Dr Abul Kamal told journalists that the severed remaining hand of the individual was reattached to her body system after five hours of efforts. 

"The patient is pretty well right now. After four to five days and nights, we would have the ability to understand whether her hand is doing work or not really, or whether she'd be able to keep her palm," he said.

Earlier in the afternoon Fahima Begum's left palm got severed in a road accident in Ghonapara under Gopalganj sadar upazila when she was leading a staff of pupils of her school about a study tour to Tungipara to fork out value to the mausoleum of Daddy of the country Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

Syed Shafiqul Islam, husband of the wounded teacher Syeda Fahima Begum, is Senior ASP (Specialized Branch), said they live in Shantinagar. "Fahima is usually a instructor of Wills Small Flower School and College. She, along with the teachers and college students of the college or university branch, was going to Tungipara to pay respect to the mausoleum of the Father of the country Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. When the bus having them reached at Ghonapara under Gopalganj sadar upazila, the driver shed control and hit on the rear side of a roadside truck. In those days, Fahima's left hand acquired severed from her overall body and 15 learners were as well injured. The injured received principal teatment at Gopalganj Standard Hospital," he said.

She was later brought in Dhaka from Gopalganj 250-Bed General Medical center by an air ambulance.
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