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Saturday, 1 October 2011

Dr. Nehad Nabeel Al-Shirawi


Dr. Nehad Al Shirawi



 ICU Consultant and Pulmonologist. On April 5th   she was arrested from Salmanya Hhospital and taken to Adliya CID, for the charges of Spreading false news about the wounded; Gathering without an authorization, without informing her family, she was considered missing for days . On 4th of May she was released  from prison(BUT STILL ON TRIAL), with  eight female doctors, apparently without charge : Dr Nada Dhaif, Dr Khulood al-Derazi, Dr Zahra al-Sammak, Dr Nehad al-Shirawi, Dr Khulood al-Sayaad, Dr Nayera Sarhan, Dr Dunia al-Hashimi and Dr Nedhal Khalifa.



 
Her first hearing session were on 5th of June 2011 along with :
1-Dr. Fatima Haji, rheumatologist.
2-Dr. Ahmed Jamal, former head of Bahrain Doctors’ Association.
3-Dr. Nabeel Tammam, ENT surgeon.
4-Dr. Zahra’ Alsammak.
5-Dr. Nada Dhaif.
6-Dr. Jalila Al-Aali, endocrinologis.
Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights did not get information about the trial of doctors and nurses ” Still in custody”.
( Ref: http://bahrain.phrblog.org/the-missing )
On 3 May 2011 , Bahraini authorities announced charges against the medical staff ( Ref: http://byshr.org/?p=410 )
An official document certified that the transfer of medical equipment from the Salmaniya Hospital was done legally ( Ref: http://byshr.org/?p=493 )




List of Medical Staff (Defendants)



Done by: Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights (BYSHR)





The Nation:

The death toll from the week-long unrest in Bahrain rose yesterday to seven, after one of the protesters shot by security forces on Friday died from his injuries.
Abdul Radha Bu Humaid, a 32-year-old father of three, was shot in the head when security forces fired into a crowd of peaceful demonstrators on Friday, wounding more than 80 people. "He was brain dead, but then his heart stopped," said Dr Nehad al Shirawi, an ICU consultant at the Salmaniya Medical Complex, where Mr Bu Humaid's wife Aqeel works as a pediatric nurse. Hospital sources confirmed that 572 people have been injured during the past week, many from tear-gas inhalation and birdshot wounds.
Shortly after Mr Bu Humaid was pronounced dead, dozens of his friends, relatives, doctors and nurses filled the intensive-care ward, some wailing and crying.
"My feeling is I am happy. I am very proud of my son. The victory will come from the blood of my son," said Mohammed Bu Humaid, 60, after his son's body had been carried to the hospital's mortuary surrounded by hundreds of mourners.



Bahrain doctors who helped protesters jailed for 15 years
September 29, 2011 22:09:00
Jesse McLean
Staff Reporter

Tears streamed down nurse Fatima Al-Essa’s face as another young man was rolled down the hospital hall on a stretcher, writhing in pain.
It was Feb. 18 and nearly every room on the floor of the Salmaniya Medical Complex was filled with wounded protesters and doctors tending to their injuries.
Bahraini security forces had shot at protesters as they marched toward the Pearl Roundabout, a monument in the capital city, Manama. The soldiers fired high-velocity rifles, so strong that when a bullet hit a demonstrator in the head, it snapped his neck.
“They are shooting to kill people,” Al-Essa said.



She took my hand and shepherded me into a room where Mohammed Khalil Sham lay on a gurney, a bullet lodged just millimetres from his right femur.

“This is my country,” she said. “They are killing, shooting my people. I will go and protest to bring peace.”

Around us, doctors, nurses and medics sprinted from bed to bed, wounded protester to wounded protester. Several of these medical professionals are the same ones who, on Thursday, were handed lengthy prison sentences by a Bahraini security court. Some face up to 15 years in jail.

The prosecutor claimed the 20 medical workers used the hospital to hide weapons, incite the overthrow of the Sunni government and provoke sectarian hatred.

The court charged that the doctors forcefully occupied the sprawling medical complex for “political purposes.”
That is not what I saw in the days and nights I spent at the hospital in February.

I saw doctors, indefatigable despite working for days straight, treating Shiite demonstrators who had been injured by tear gas, projectiles and bullets.

Some of them criticized the actions of the monarchy to a swarm of foreign reporters who descended on the hospital, not to stoke the flames of revolution but to stop the death and damage the government had unleashed on its citizens.



Amnesty:  Appeal for Action:

RE: HEALTH PROFESSIONALS HELD INCOMMUNICADO

UPDATE: On 26 April 2011 Amnesty International reported that more than 30 health
professionals, including doctors and nurses, had been arrested in Bahrain. The numbers of those
detained has risen since, including at least three doctors arrested in the last two weeks. Now, 47
health professionals detained in Bahrain since mid-March have been formally charged and are likely to face trial soon before a military court. A further eight female doctors detained since mid-March were released on 4 May.


THE REALE RESONES BEHIND HER ARREST ARE TWO PICTURES AND A 50sec. VIDEO.

1 – The Pictures.

a picture for Dr. Nehad Al Shirawi trying to revive martyr Redha Bu Humain in the emergency room

Dr.Nehad Crying after Martyr Redha Buhmaid announced dead.





The Missing


As of today, September 29, 2011, 20 of the Bahraini health professionals who were previously detained and accused of felony have been sentenced to up to 15 years imprisonment. We do not know at this time when the imprisonment will actually begin.

Sentences


·         Dr. Ali Al-Ekri, pediatric orthopedic surgeon – 15 YEARS

·         Dr. Nader Diwani, pediatrician – 15 YEARS

·         Dr. Ahmed Abdulaziz Omran Hassan- 15 YEARS

·         Dr. Mahmoud Asghar, pediatric surgeon – 15 YEARS

·         Rula Al-Saffar, Head of Nursing, Salmaniya Medical Complex – 15 YEARS

·         Dr. Abdulkhaleq Al-Oraibi, rheumatologist – 15 YEARS

·         Dr. Ghassan Dhaif, maxillofacial surgeon – 15 YEARS

·         Dr. Bassim Dhaif, orthopedic surgeon – 15 YEARS

·         Dr. Nada Dhaif, dentist – 15 YEARS

·         Sayed Marhoon Al-Wedaie, Director of Paramedics and Ambulances – 15 YEARS

·         Dr. Fatima Haji, rheumatologist – 5 YEARS

·         Dr. Najah Khalil, consultant, family physician, Deputy Chief of Medical Services for Primary Health Care – 5 YEARS

·         Dr. Saeed Al-Samahiji, ophthalmologist – 10 YEARS

·         Dr. Zahra Al-Sammak, anesthesia consultant – 5 YEARS

·         Ali Hassan Al-Sadadi – 15 YEARS

·         Ibrahim Abdullah Ibrahim – 15 YEARS

·         Dr. Hassan Mohammed Nasser Al-Toblani, head of ICU – 10 YEARS

·         Deya Ebrahim Jaffer, nurse – 5 YEARS

·         Dr. Qassim Mohammed Omran – 15 YEARS

·         Mohammed Faeq Ali Al-Shehab, lab technician – 5 YEARS

The following remain accused of misdemeanor:

·         Ali Said Abdullah, assistant paramedic RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Dr. Sadiq Abdulla, transplant surgeon RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Ameen Jaffer Abdullah Ahmed, paramedic RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Hamza Hassan Esa Ali, auxiliary RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Dr. Jalila Al-Aali, endocrinologist RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Dr. Dunia Al-Hashimi RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Hassan Ali Al-Saffi, Assistant Paramedic RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Hani Al-Aswad, ambulance driver, Salmaniya Medical Complex RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Ibrahim Al-Demistani, nurse RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Dr. Abdullah Mohammed Hassan Al-Durazi RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Abdulhussain Ali Ebrahim RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Dr. Kulood Yaqob Al-Sayyad, senior pediatric resident RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Dr. Nehad Al-Shirawi, ICU consultant (specialist) RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Dr. Kulood Al-Durazi, consultant, obstetrician and gynecologist RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Dr. Abdulshaheed Fadhel, plastic surgeon RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Mohammed Ali Fateel, Assistant Paramedic RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Ali Ahmed Esa Ghanim RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Dr. Nabeel Hameed, neurosurgeon RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Sayed Adnan Ateya Mohammed, paramedic RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Abdulkareem Abdullah Saleh Hassan RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Ebrahim Hassan Ali Hassan RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Dr. Jaffer Salman Ahmed Hassan RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Dr. Sadiq Jaffar, pediatric resident, Salmaniya Medical Complex RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Jameela Abdulhussain Jassim, nurse RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Dr. Arif Rajab, dental surgeon RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Addul Ameer Abdullah Salman, assistant paramedic RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Dr. Nayera Sarhan, consultant, family physician RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

·         Dr. Nabeel Tammam, ENT surgeon RELEASED BUT STILL ON TRIAL

Other known missing or detained medical professionals in Bahrain


·         Mohammed Abbas, ambulance driver, Salmaniya Medical Complex RELEASED

·         Abeer Abdulaaziz, nurse, Isa City Medical Center RELEASED

·         Samia Abdulkareem, nurse RELEASED

·         Yaser Abdulla, paramedic RELEASED

·         Dheya Abu Idris, nurse RELEASED

·         Dr. Sadiq Al-Aali, Al-A’ali Medical Center RELEASED

·         Maytham Al-Amir, nurse RELEASED

·         Dr. Nabeel Al-Asheeri, pediatrics surgeon RELEASED

·         Dr. Fareeda Al-Dalal, Al-A’ali Medical Center RELEASED

·         Dr. Eman Al-Eraidh, Al-A’ali Medical Center RELEASED

·         Dr. Najah Al-Haddad, Deputy Chair, Bahrain health centers RELEASED

·         Zahra Sayed Al-Hashem, nurse RELEASED

·         Ameen Al-Aswad, paramedic, Salmaniya Medical Complex RELEASED

·         Dr. Khulood Al-Derazi, Chairman, obstetrics & gynecology department RELEASED

·         Dr. Hisham Al-Ekri, pediatrician RELEASED

·         Dr. Radhi Al-Ekri RELEASED after two days of arrest

·         Dr. Zakariya Al-Ekri RELEASED

·         Dr. Laila Ashour, Isa City Medical Center RELEASED

·         Khatoon S. Hashem Al-Ghani, dental assistant RELEASED

·         Dr. Hannan Al-Hawaj, Isa City Medical Center RELEASED

·         Hassan Salman Al-Maatouq, nurse, Salmaniya Medical Complex

·         Dr. Hussain Makki, pediatrician RELEASED

·         Fadil Al-Mosawai, head of nursing, Isa City Medical Center RELEASED

·         Adnan Mohammed Al-Mosawy, ambulance driver RELEASED

·         Nawal Khalil Al-Owainati, Deputy Director of Nursing Services RELEASED

·         Ghadeer Jassim Al-Sammak, employee, Salmaniya Medical Complex RELEASED

·         Dr. Jaafar Al-Touq RELEASED

·         Abdulrasool Ali, nurse, Isa City Medical Center RELEASED

·         Mohsin Ashoor, ambulance driver RELEASED

·         Younis Ashouri, Administrator, Muharraq Maternity Hospital RELEASED

·         Sayed Salih Hashim, administration, Isa City Medical Center RELEASED

·         Ali Hilal, nurse RELEASED

·         Dr. Ahmed Jamal, former head of Bahrain Doctors’ Association RELEASED

·         Dr. Nedhal Kalifa, dermatologist RELEASED

·         Dr. Raja Kadhum RELEASED

·         Batool Khadum, nurse, Isa City Medical Center RELEASED

·         Dr. Majeed Khalaf, Surgical Resident RELEASED

·         Ali Al Magabi, school nurse

·         Dr. Fatima Malalah, Isa City Medical Center RELEASED

·         Dr. Khalil Matar, consultant, family physician RELEASED

·         Mahdi Mullah, nurse RELEASED

·         Dr. Ahmed Omran RELEASED

·         Sayed Hussein Qamar, nurse, Isa City Medical Center RELEASED

·         Asma’a Salman, nurse, Isa City Medical Center RELEASED

·         Jaafar Ahmed Salamn, assistant paramedic RELEASED

·         Yousif Yaqoob Yousif, Salmaniya Medical Complex RELEASED


Some of her researches:

·         research profile on BiomedExperts:Hospital Mortality, Pneumonia, Ventilator-Associated, Acinetobacter baumannii, Colistin, Acinetobacter ...


·         Pubget: authors:Nehad Al-Shirawi - Based on the existing literature,…..

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