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Critical Care Medicine

Dr. Amina Sultana

MBBS, MD (critical care medicine)

Consultant- Critical Care Medicine & Emergency Medicine

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  • Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS), Dhaka University (May 2000)
  • Doctor of Medicine (MD)-Critical Care Medicine, Dhaka University (January 2016)

Work experience

Twelve years work experience in country’s most well recognized ICUs

  • Worked as resident medical officer in BIRDEM ICU
  • Worked as senior house officer in United Hospital Limited
  • Worked as lecturer in Bio-Chemistry in Medical College for Women and Hospital
  • Worked as lecturer in Physiology in Medical College for Women and Hospital

Skills and Training 

  • Training in Intensive Care Unit in BIRDEM ICU
  • Training in medicine department in Dhaka Medical College and Hospital
  • Training in respiratory medicine in National Institute of Diseases of Chest (NIDCH)
  • Training in Neuro Medicine in Dhaka Medical College
  • Training in Cardiovascular Medicine in National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases (NICVD)
  • Training in medicine department in ShaheedSuhrawardy Medical College and Hospital
  • Internship training in Medical College for women and hospital
  • Specialized training Broncho’s Copy unit in NIDCH
  • Specialized training in casualty unit in DMCH
  • Specialized training in Burn Unit in DMCH
  • Specialized training in Renal Dialysis Unit, BIRDEM
  • Specialized training in Coronary Care Unit (CCU) NICVD
  • Specialized training in Postoperative Cardiac Surgery Unit in NICVD
  • Specialized training in Postoperative Neurosurgery Unit in Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical College University
  • Certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) according to American Heart Association (AHA)

Research works:

  • RIFLE serum creatinine and urine output criteria combined is superior to RIFLE serum creatinine criterion alone in predicting Acute Kidney Injuru (AKI) in critically ill patients: A prospective observational study:BSSCM volume 8, number 1, March 2020

Special attention :

  • Proud student of first ever batch of MD in Critical Care Medicine in Bangladesh
  • Treasurer and EC member in Bangladesh Society of Critical Care Medicine
  • Participant in 15th Emirates Critical Care Conference as a speaker in 2019