A specialist who cautioned the head administrator about an absence of individual defensive hardware (PPE) for NHS laborers has kicked the bucket in the wake of contracting coronavirus.

Advisor urologist Abdul Mabud Chowdhury, 53, kicked the bucket at Queen’s Hospital in Romford, east London, on Wednesday.

Five days before he was admitted to medical clinic, Dr Chowdhury had requested for “fitting PPE and cures” to “ensure ourselves and our families”.

His child told the BBC his dad was a “kind and sympathetic legend”.

Intisar Chowdhury said the advisor urologist was in “such agony” when he composed the intrigue to the administration on Facebook.

“He composed that post while he was in that state, on account of the amount he thought about his associates.”

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Dr Chowdhury is made due by a spouse and two kids

He included he was “glad to the point” that his dad had the “fortitude… to call attention to something incorrectly that the legislature was doing”.

“I’m happy it is getting the consideration now that it needs to secure NHS laborers on the bleeding edge since it torments me to state that my dad isn’t the first and he is shockingly not going to be the last NHS cutting edge specialist to bite the dust.”

Dr Chowdhury, who worked at Homerton University Hospital in east London, was admitted to emergency clinic on 23 March.

The emergency clinic’s CEO Tracey Fletcher said he would be “enormously missed by each individual from the urology office, just as by every one of the individuals who knew him in outpatients, wards, theaters and the board”.

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Dr Chaand Nagpaul, director of the British Medical Association (BMA), said it was “heartbreaking to such an extent” that the 53-year-old had kicked the bucket in the wake of giving a notice about an absence of PPE.

“Our hearts go out to him and the various medicinal services laborers who are giving bleeding edge care,” he said.

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