Muhammad Rasheed's Story
50 years old, Muhammad Rasheed, from Lahore has been suffering from Hypertension, Diabetes and chronic kidney disease. He is taking treatment for diabetes and hypertension, and is also suffering from Intradialytic hypotension (IDH). IDH, is a common and often distressful complication of hemodialysis. Presently he is experiencing chest pains on and off for the past two years. After a recent medical examination, Muhammad Rasheed has been advised Angiography. Muhammad Rasheed shares his distressful ordeal as follows.
“Once I used to be strong and healthy. I miss those days. I used to be a rickshaw driver. Which meant I was always on the go. Now look at me. Life has been cruel to me in the past few years. I have had two roadside accidents, I have hypertension, diabetes, kidney issue. Last year I got a wound operated on and now I require Angiography. One thing that has remained constant during my ailment has been poverty. Due to my illness I lost the job that I had. Now I have family support of PKR. 20,000, a family of five to provide for in a rented house.”
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Muhammad Rasheed's Story
Muhammad Rasheed, aged 50 years, suffered from frequent episodes of chest pain for two years. He was also taking treatment for diabetes and hypertension. On medical consultation, he was diagnosed with ischemic heart disease and was advised a coronary angiography for determination of the exact condition of his coronary arteries. For this reason, he was admitted to National Hospital & Medical Center and the procedure was performed by Dr. Tayyab Mohyuddin on 25.03.2021. The angiography revealed moderate to severe diffuse disease in the LAD artery. Rasheed was discharged the same day with an advice of medical management as stents are not required for his heart according to the cardiologist.