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The Hippocratic Oath has long embodied all that is good in the medical profession. Those who swear by it vow to act "for the benefit of the sick" and to prevent "harm and injustice" from befalling their patients.. But in the correctional system, the Oath is often undermined or, at best, ignored.. The Washington Department of Corrections (WDOC) is an unfortunate example. Medical professionals within the WDOC acknowledge in depositions that its medical staff are required to use "a different standard to evaluate patients than is used in the community," and some medical personnel in WDOC concede there is nothing "science-based or humane" about the policies that govern their decision-making.. These claims are currently the subject of a lawsuit, in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington, brought against WDOC by the non-profit Columbia Legal Services (CLS) on behalf of prisoners throughout the State of Washington. [See, Daniel Haldane, et al. v. G. Stephen Hammond, M.D., et al., No. ...
The Oath is arguably the best known text of the Hippocratic Corpus, although most modern scholars do not attribute it to Hippocrates himself, estimating it to have been written in the fourth or fifth century BC.[7] Alternatively, classical scholar Ludwig Edelstein proposed that the oath was written by the Pythagoreans, an idea that others questioned for lack of evidence for a school of Pythagorean medicine.[8]. Its general ethical principles are also found in other works of the Corpus: the Physician mentions the obligation to keep the holy things of medicine within the medical community (i.e. not to divulge secrets); it also mentions the special position of the doctor with regard to his patients, especially women and girls.[9] However, several aspects of the Oath contradict patterns of practice established elsewhere in the Corpus. Most notable is its ban on the use of the knife, even for small procedures such as lithotomy, even though other works in the Corpus provide guidance on performing ...
Possibly the most novel concept within the Oath is doctor-patient confidentiality. This is essential to gathering full and useful information from a patient.. Full Text:. I swear by Apollo the physician and Aesculapius, and Health, and All-heal, and all the gods and goddesses, that, according to my ability and judgement, I will keep this Oath and this stipulation - to reckon him who taught me this Art equally dear to me as my parents, to share my substance with him, and relieve his necessities if required; to look upon his offspring in the same footing as my own brothers, and to teach them this art, if they shall wish to learn it, without fee or stipulation; and that by precept, lecture, and every other mode of instruction, I will impart a knowledge of the Art to my own sons, and those of my teachers, and to disciples bound by a stipulation and oath according to the law of medicine, but to none others. I will follow that system of regimen which, according to my ability and judgement, I consider ...
To hold him who has taught me this art as equal to my parents and to live my life in partnership with him, and if he is in need of money to give him a share of mine, and to regard his offspring as equal to my brothers in male lineage and to teach them this art - if they desire to learn it - without fee and covenant; to give a share of precepts and oral instruction and all the other learning to my sons and to the sons of him who has instructed me and to pupils who have signed the covenant and have taken an oath according to the medical law, but no one else. ...
The second was a reference to the Hippocratic Oath: Counsel for the parents stated that the decision to offer the proposed experimental treatment would be consistent with the Hippocratic Oath. I discuss this - and my current view on the case - in an article for the British Medical Journal.. The third was the mention by the parents barrister of a bioethicist, whose article was included in the familys file of evidence to the Court.. The fourth was the decision to appoint a clinical ethicist to chair a Multidisciplinary Team meeting on Monday 17th July 2017.. It is no surprise, therefore, that ethicists have commented on the case. As the court is not expected to make a decision until 25th July, and as we enter a quiet season for the media, many more commentaries will follow.. I attended part of the hearing in the High Court last week. The room was packed with journalists, and the parties were well aware of this. At one point in the proceedings, one barrister interrupted another and suggested that ...
I swear to fulfill, to the best of my ability and judgment, this covenant:. I will respect the hard-won scientific gains of those physicians in whose steps I walk, and gladly share such knowledge as is mine with those who are to follow.. I will apply, for the benefit of the sick, all measures [that] are required, avoiding those twin traps of overtreatment and therapeutic nihilism.. I will remember that there is art to medicine as well as science, and that warmth, sympathy, and understanding may outweigh the surgeons knife or the chemists drug.. I will not be ashamed to say "I know not," nor will I fail to call in my colleagues when the skills of another are needed for a patients recovery.. I will respect the privacy of my patients, for their problems are not disclosed to me that the world may know. Most especially must I tread with care in matters of life and death. If it is given me to save a life, all thanks. But it may also be within my power to take a life; this awesome responsibility ...
By Daniel Schemer Contributing Writer "First, do no harm," a soundbite from the medical vernacular well-known in popular culture.. Despite not actually deriving from the original Hippocratic Oath, modernized versions have incorporated this summation as a core principle that all medical professionals strive to adhere to with their patients. Unfortunately, when certain public health issues become so contentious that there are no easy answers, the Hippocratic Oath manifests as two sides of the same coin.. Case in point: Although Massachusetts has one of the highest childhood vaccination rates in the country, pockets of communities across the state continue to delay and refuse basic immunizations for their children through verbal resistance or by seeking allowed exemptions. "Vaccination is one of the top three reasons for increased life expectancy, right next to clean water and safe food," said Cheryl Bartlett, CEO for Greater New Bedford Community Health Center (GNBCHC), which oversees the ...
Inspired by still life and moving art, I am just a modern day working girl. I follow politics and Prada in the same hour, and I believe in the utter and absolutely redemptive qualities of a good cup of tea. I never look before I leap, I count my blessings twice, and I know that a penny saved is a penny earned. I plan on living each day one step at a time, and remembering to breathe and forever enjoy the little things ...
Inspired by still life and moving art, I am just a modern day working girl. I follow politics and Prada in the same hour, and I believe in the utter and absolutely redemptive qualities of a good cup of tea. I never look before I leap, I count my blessings twice, and I know that a penny saved is a penny earned. I plan on living each day one step at a time, and remembering to breathe and forever enjoy the little things ...
After two years, its time we took another look at the practices and preachings of British Medical Journals globe-trotting Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Fiona
At this point we can confidently answer to the first question: 1) the extant text of the so-called "Hippocratic oath" isnt at all the original one! 2) It is the result first of all of the insertion of the text of the "indenture - covenant" into the original "Oath"; 33) there cannot be any reasonable doubt that the prohibition of "using the knife" is a very late interpolation, as maintained by Jones and by us in two former articles n6 [6] [7], all the more so because the command : "I will give place to such as are craftsmen therein" is clearly alluding to specialized "lithotomists", whom none of the hippocratic treatises deal with and Celsus passages in De Medicina, VII (26, 3, B in particular) do not speak about "specialized lithotomists" prior to Ammonius (or Hammonius), who lived and was active in the III century B.C., that is to say during the great Hellenistic period. Moreover the "Prooemium" of book VII proves that Celsus himself thought that "surgery" - which he calls "the third part of ...
The organization of the Hippocratic Oath is clearly bipartite. The first half specifies the duties of the pupil toward his teacher and his obligations in transmitting medical knowledge; the second half gives a short summary of medical ethics. Because the second half of the Oath is inconsistent with Hippocratess own principles and practices, we must assume he was not its sole contributor, if one at all.. One immediate inconsistency is the Oaths prohibition against abortion. The Hippocratic Corpus contains a number of allusions to the methods of abortion and the use of pessaries. The Oaths prohibitions did not echo the general feeling of the public either. Abortion was practiced in Greek times no less than in the Roman era, and it was resorted to without scruple. In a world in which it was held justifiable to expose children immediately after birth, it would hardly seem objectionable to destroy the embryo.. A second discrepancy between the Oath and general Hippocratic principles is the ban on ...
In 1970, the recently elected members of the sovereigntist Parti Québécois refused to recite the Oath of Allegiance before taking their seats in the National Assembly of Quebec. At the time, all the other parties in the assembly agreed that the oath was outdated and needed to be amended.[84] The Act Respecting the National Assembly of Quebec was granted Royal Assent in 1982, in which a supplementary oath pledging loyalty to the "people of Quebec" was included.[85] The Members Manual of the National Assembly outlines that this additional oath is to the people and constitution of Quebec, distinct from the Oath of Allegiance, which is an oath to the country via the Queen,[86] though some saw the monarch, in that context, as representative of the Quebec state and not of Canada, taking into account Canadas "divisible" Crown.[87] Also, Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) Dominic Agostino proposed in 1996 that the Legislative Assembly of Ontario follow that of Quebec and add another ...
When we consider what is being said here, we must consider how we have been treated in this society. as subjects rather than joint owners of the U.S. corporation. As citizens not as sovereigns. Know them by their fruits..What are they teaching versus what they are actually doing... OATHS OF OFFICE. There is much debate on oaths of office of government officials flying around and people have no idea what they are talking about so I decided to let you in on some research and common logical understanding. Almost 100 percent of the people believe the government people should take the oaths and if they dont then when they come after people, like you and me , Mr. and Mrs. John Q .. They have no authority to come after you, you say. What I would like to make certain is that the oath taken to the letter of the law is what they are following when they "come after you." People do not realize that when the oath is cited it is cited for a contract called a constitution of the corporation known as either ...
Crates, mentioned by Greek writers before the Roman period. The function, so far as it was [p. 2.154]performed at all, was discharged by the temples of Aesculapius, and accordingly the chief places of study for medical pupils were the Ἀσκληπιεῖα, or temples of Aesculapius, where the votive tablets furnished them with a collection of cases. Hence we find in ancient works of art Aesculapius represented as visiting the sick. The Asclepiadae [MEDICINA] were very strict in examining into and overlooking the character and conduct of their pupils, and the famous Hippocratic oath (which, if not drawn up by Hippocrates himself, is certainly very ancient) requires to be inserted here as being the most curious medical monument of antiquity. "I swear by Apollo the physician, and Aesculapius, and Hygeia (Health), and Panaceia (All-heal), and all the gods and goddesses, calling them to witness that I will fulfil, according to the best of my power and judgment, this oath and written bond:--to ...
The thing is, we know this to be true. Moreover, in the most secret corners of their souls, plastic surgeons know this to be true. However, while 98% of medical schools in the US have some modified, modernized version of the Hippocratic oath, according to Dr. David Graham, "… many modern oaths have a bland, generalized air of best wishes about them, being near-meaningless formalities devoid of any influence on how medicine is truly practiced."[1] There is little enforcement of any version, and no sense that the doctor is morally accountable to the larger community of physicians or society ...
At the conferring of medical degrees, physicians take the Hippocratic Oath, in which they make a covenant to practice medicine to the best of their abilities. As the oath states,
The Hippocratic PhysicianI swear by Apollo the physician, Aesculapius, Health, All-heal, and all the gods and goddesses, that, according to my ability and judgment, I will keep this Oath and this
As a medical ethicist, writes Ronald W. Pies (12 February), I am deeply troubled by the implication that life-and-death matters of medical praxis ought to be addressed by polling either physicians or the general public.. Medical organisations, he admits, do have an obligation to understand the views of their members but their primary responsibility is to inculcate and exemplify moral values, thereby setting appropriate standards for medical practice.. Dr Pies knows exactly where organisations can find the moral values they should inculcate. Assisted suicide, he writes, flies in the face of a fundamental tenet of Hippocratic medicine. And he quotes from a version of the Hippocratic Oath posted online: I will neither give a deadly drug to anybody if asked for it, nor will I make a suggestion to this effect. No amount of polling data, says Dr Piries can countermand this timeless vow. What do we know about Hippocrates and his timeless vow? The late Roy Porter, the much respected ...
To the editor:. I have a suggestion regarding healthcare. The answer seems so very apparent to me: lets cut out the middle man. Find a doctor that you can communicate with and that you and your family trust, respect and choose. Then, pay them a set amount each month based on family size and needs - lets say $100. Whether anyone is sick or not, you pay.. Then, when needed, you go to them for help. During your "well time," the doctor will recommend eating plans and an exercise regimen. Maybe they will employ personal trainers and nutrition experts to help keep you well, as prevention is truly the largest factor in health.. I was a trainer at Golds Gym for a time. One client was a third-year medical student. He told me that the nutrition class was an elective; in other words, not required. How is this even possible? The Hippocratic Oath that doctors are supposed to adhere to is named after Hippocrates, aka the father of medicine. One of his more famous quotes is, "Let food be thy medicine and ...
The study of pathology, including the detailed examination of the body, including dissection and inquiry into specific maladies, dates back to antiquity. Rudimentary understanding of many conditions was present in most early societies and is attested to in the records of the earliest historical societies, including those of the Middle East, India, and China.[3] By the Hellenic period of ancient Greece, a concerted causal study of disease was underway (see Medicine in ancient Greece), with many notable early physicians (such as Hippocrates, for whom the modern Hippocratic Oath is named) having developed methods of diagnosis and prognosis for a number of diseases. The medical practices of the Romans and those of the Byzantines continued from these Greek roots, but, as with many areas of scientific inquiry, growth in understanding of medicine stagnated some after the Classical Era, but continued to slowly develop throughout numerous cultures. Notably, many advances were made in the medieval era of ...
The study of pathology, including the detailed examination of the body, including dissection and inquiry into specific maladies, dates back to antiquity. Rudimentary understanding of many conditions was present in most early societies and is attested to in the records of the earliest historical societies, including those of the Middle East, India, and China.[3] By the Hellenic period of ancient Greece, a concerted causal study of disease was underway (see Medicine in ancient Greece), with many notable early physicians (such as Hippocrates, for whom the modern Hippocratic Oath is named) having developed methods of diagnosis and prognosis for a number of diseases.The medical practices of the Romans and those of the Byzantines continued from these Greek roots, but, as with many areas of scientific inquiry, growth in understanding of medicine stagnated some after the Classical Era, but continued to slowly develop throughout numerous cultures. Notably, many advances were made in the medieval era of ...
Stone surgery is one of oldest surgical practices undertaken by man. Hippocrates refused to let his followers "cut for the stone" and it was only in February 1980, when the first human trial of shock wave therapy on a renal stone was performed with success that a new era in minimally invasive treatment (surgery) for stones was opened up and this condemnation was finally resolved in the Hippocratic Oath. Endoscopy, using natural orifices, supported by anaesthesia, incremented by technology and with access to all points along the urinary tract, began by competing with ESWL, but is now the treatment of choice in most cases ...
HERNIA: Cure: Using a "seton," a type of scalpel, a doctor would slice open an "issue." Into the large gash hed insert foreign objects, usually dried peas or beans, to promote proper infection. Hed then re-open the wound-often every day-to make sure it didnt heal. PRACTITIONER: DR. TEUGUD, (not making it up), Senior Surgeon at Britains Bridgewater Hospital.. Crazy, right? Well, as I began, were once again allowing quacks to practice medicine without a physicians licence. Who you may ask? Check out the Ohio, the Texas and the North Carolina legislatures. Theyre passing laws that not only are barbaric, but seemingly the antithesis of the Hippocratic oath. Theyre mandating medical procedures without any license or training. In doing so they are potentially causing harm to patients by withholding necessary information, in some cases disseminating untruths, and mandating non-essential, invasive procedures. In medical school, these practitioners would be referred to as quacks suffering from ...
Primum non nocere-first, do no harm-is an aphorism attributed to the physicians Hippocratic oath. Arguably we as physicians have been harming our patients through our liberal use of opioids to treat non-cancerous pain. The practice of utilizing opioids as a mainstay of chronic pain therapy has many untoward downstream societal effects, which have been well described.[1] As physicians, we have a responsibility to our patients and society to help solve our opioid problem. The Morphine Milligram Equivalents (MME)/day conversion metric is a validated opioid metric utilized in research. The widespread adoption of such a metric in clinical care will help frontline clinicians provide better care and enhance our quality and safety efforts regarding opioid use.. We are in the midst of an unprecedented opioid crisis. More people died from drug overdoses in 2014 than in any year on record. On an average day in the United States according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 78 people ...
Doctors are open to every frailty in human life, and making such decisions, with the added difficulty of sometimes becoming inured to death, by experiencing it often and mostly in a clinical, sterile setting, they are not always, perhaps not even often, the best judges. Those doctors who recognise this, the majority, are against this legislation. The law, as it stands, also provides those doctors with some protection from being forced to legally comply and take the life of another human being. They do not want to be forced into actions which are not medicine, and directly contravene their Hippocratic Oath. Further:. Killing the sufferer is not the only, and certainly not ever the only correct response to anyones suffering.. Legislation which permits, blanket-fashion, the intervention of a third party to take over end-of-life decision-making for an individual is more than dangerous, partly because of its immediate extension especially to non-terminally ill disabled people. In the terms of this ...
The following is a statement made by Dr. Elaina George, an Otolaryngologist out of Atlanta and advocate for physicians. Michael Jackson did not have a chance was my first thought when I read the report that just came out about what caused his untimely and tragic death. I was unprepared for the absolute disregard for the first tenant of the doctors Hippocratic Oath - First do no harm.. There was no way that harm would not have come to Mr. Jackson. It was beyond negligent to give him a mixture of three different kinds of sedatives, a muscle relaxant, an antidepressant in addition to Propofol, a general anesthetic that is only used in an operating room setting (because it can stop someones breathing). Each of these drugs by themselves can be lethal, but together it is a recipe that will almost definitely kill someone. I can think of no medical scenario that would justify mixing these kinds of drugs. Hopefully, Mr. Jacksons death will teach us that prescription drugs, though helpful are no ...
The following is a statement made by Dr. Elaina George, an Otolaryngologist out of Atlanta and advocate for physicians. Michael Jackson did not have a chance was my first thought when I read the report that just came out about what caused his untimely and tragic death. I was unprepared for the absolute disregard for the first tenant of the doctors Hippocratic Oath - First do no harm.. There was no way that harm would not have come to Mr. Jackson. It was beyond negligent to give him a mixture of three different kinds of sedatives, a muscle relaxant, an antidepressant in addition to Propofol, a general anesthetic that is only used in an operating room setting (because it can stop someones breathing). Each of these drugs by themselves can be lethal, but together it is a recipe that will almost definitely kill someone. I can think of no medical scenario that would justify mixing these kinds of drugs. Hopefully, Mr. Jacksons death will teach us that prescription drugs, though helpful are no ...
Why #1: If I wasnt a difficult patient- I wouldnt be talking to you right now, or you even been able to read this article. Or many other thyroid patient stories, for that matter. Many years ago when I got sick with hyperthyroidism I literally had to fight for my treatment options, even though I was told that only 2% of all the hyperthyroidism patients get healed with my chosen method of treatment (i.e medication and alternative methods). I took my chances, and as you see, I did a good job, I survived.. Why #2: Doctors, some of them, no matter how well they are trained, how well they excelled in their education, and how many straight As they got at the medical school- they still treat you as a diagnose (which might be very wrong indeed), but not as a person itself. You are a person, not a diagnose, even not a symptom!. Why# 3: Regardless of the Hippocratic Oath all the doctors took when finishing the medical school, many of them have to be reminded constantly that to treat appropriately the ...
I was taught in medical school residency that vaccines were safe and they were effective, and that theres absolutely no reason to question it, because weve done all the studies. What Ive realized is that the safety that I want for kids, having taken the Hippocratic Oath of first do no harm, is not happening… the
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1. It is unethical. It goes against the General Medical Councils (state medical regulatory body for doctors) Code of Ethics and ip so the "Hippocratic Oath".. 2. If GPs are not allowed to treat, vaccinate etc, then non-deported rejected asylum seekers will spread the risk of preventable disease to the entire population.. The only exception under government and NHS rules are if the patient turns up at A & E ... I am happy we took Kezia to A & E .... There are few countries in the world (excepting the EU) for which a visa to enter the UK is not required. Is it not too much to ask that with each visa application to enter the UK, the local UK Embassy requests a health certificate from an embassy-approved physician ? Our members believe that denying proper medical care will seriously impede some clients from exercising their rights to enjoy a reasonable family or private life. Denial of treatment to one family member, for example the husband of a British-born wife and father of British children, ...
Since ancient times abortions have been done using herbal medicines, sharp tools, with force, or through other traditional methods.[14] Induced abortion has long history, and can be traced back to civilizations as varied as China under Shennong (c. 2700 BCE), Ancient Egypt with its Ebers Papyrus (c. 1550 BCE), and the Roman Empire in the time of Juvenal (c. 200 CE).[14] There is evidence to suggest that pregnancies were terminated through a number of methods, including the administration of abortifacient herbs, the use of sharpened implements, the application of abdominal pressure, and other techniques. One of the earliest known artistic representations of abortion is in a bas relief at Angkor Wat (c. 1150). Found in a series of friezes that represent judgment after death in Hindu and Buddhist culture, it depicts the technique of abdominal abortion.[65]. Some medical scholars and abortion opponents have suggested that the Hippocratic Oath forbade Ancient Greek physicians from performing ...
The doctors had violated the Hippocratic Oath including its fundamental principle Primum non nochere - first do no harm (Ghooi, 2011:73). Doctors trIals In nuremberg After the Nuremberg Trials Dr Leo Alexander established six points of ethical conduct and submitted them to the Council for War Crimes. Four more points were added by the council to create The Nuremberg Code in 1947 (Alexander, 1949 ...
Even medical science admits that about a hundred years ago, doctors actually hurt people more than helped. I personally feel that is still the case in 2009. Bloodletting was often used as a remedy in the 1800's. . In the 1950's , we had doctors doing TV commercials for Camel ciggarettes. In 1973 we let abortion become law of the land and this is a defacto abandonment of the Hippocratic oath ...
Once upon a time, a small group of doctors, nurses, and healthcare leaders realized that, in violation of the Hippocratic Oath to
The colon is the strongest of the 3 marks used to indicate a decided pause or break in thought. It separates 2 main clauses in which the second clause amplifies or explains the first.This dictum is often believed to be in the Hippocratic Oath: First, do no harm. Do not use a colon if the sentence is continuous without it.You will need enthusiasm, organization, and a commitment to your beliefs. Not: You will need: enthusiasm, organization, and a commitment to your beliefs. Avoid using a colon to separate a preposition from its object or to separate a verb (including to
The colon is the strongest of the 3 marks used to indicate a decided pause or break in thought. It separates 2 main clauses in which the second clause amplifies or explains the first.This dictum is often believed to be in the Hippocratic Oath: First, do no harm. Do not use a colon if the sentence is continuous without it.You will need enthusiasm, organization, and a commitment to your beliefs. Not: You will need: enthusiasm, organization, and a commitment to your beliefs. Avoid using a colon to separate a preposition from its object or to separate a verb (including to Less ...
You must protect your children from potential harm its your God Given Right UN/WHO - Governments - Health Departments - Doctors - Pharmaceutical Industry Breaking the Hippocratic Oath by killing, maiming or inducing harm is against the very principals of the United Nations and the Geneva Convention - The right of civilians not to…
June 14, 2011Dr. Thomas Neill CreamThe United Kingdom has a long history of doctors who foreswore the Hippocratic Oath and opted instead to commit at least one murder. During the time of Jack the Ripper, Dr. Thomas Neill Cream was both a serial killer and a blackmailer. by Robert Walsh
Marilyn knew that she had quite possibly gone mad but she was driven by blind rage. Her need for revenge was insatiable and nothing was going to stop her from getting that revenge...not even the Hippocratic oath. She continued to work and people noticed a sort of aloofness about her but they attributed it to…
No offense to all of the scientists who spent years developing this stuff, but I dont want to wear all of this crap ... a catheter (called an infusion set, which costs about $10 each and needs to be changed every 3 days), plus another external device which will measure our blood glucose levels, which again requires a special, costly device be replaced with regular frequency and still buying insulin which can cause hypoglycemia and other effects when dosed in excess of the bodys physiological needs. This "solution" sucks. Go back to the drawing board, you have failed us yet again, and you do not deserve honorable mention in the medical textbooks for your efforts. Next time, try asking patients what they really want. You may be surprised to learn that what they want is surprisingly basic: make us well again, which is what the Hippocratic oath is all about.. ...
for back pain, a lot of times it depends on your injury, what appropriate exercises are to be prescribed is a tough call to make. the breathing helps in an indirect way, but to get rid of the pain it really needs to be stretched a few times a day, just within the comfortable range to avoid hurting it further. you can consider any of these exercises or treatments with the hippocratic oath in mind, firstly do no harm. you can push the range as healing takes place. just have to remember that there are no active lubricating mechanisms for joints, the activity must all come from you, so appropriate exercise cant be stressed enough ...
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The two newly elected members of parliament -- Begum Sahadara Mannan from Bogura-1 constituency and Md Shahin Chaklader from Jashore-6 -- of the Eleventh Jatiya Sangsad took oath at the Parliament Complex today. Jatiya Sangsad (JS) Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury administered the oath of office to the newly elected lawmakers, who won in the by-elections with the ruling