Disease Management’ A real concern of lower middle class families

Disease Management’ A real concern of lower middle class families

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Safia Liaqat's Story

More than 30% population of Pakistan belongs to the lower Middle class background. People belonging to this category usually don’t ask for help rather spend their whole lives waiting for a miracle to happen. Their necessities are their luxuries. They have sound knowledge and awareness about every aspect of life but lack of resources confine their approach and circle. Hence, there are fewer opportunities for them.

Safia liaqat belongs to a Middle class family of Lahore. She has Ventral Abdominal Hernia since last many years. Her Hernia is enlarging significantly measuring 30cm along with pain and swelling. An urgent repair is required in order to attain a healthy life.

Safia fought with Appendicitis 10 years ago while having tubal ligation. She isn’t afraid of the operation instead; she fears the expense that comes with that operation. She used to be a self-made woman once but now when she is aging, she depends on her son, who is the only bread winner of the family.

The cost for the surgery is beyond their capacity therefore your assistance is their last hope.


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Safia Liaqat's Story

Safia Liaqat 55 years old a known patient of hypertension was suffering from ventral abominal hernia. It had become painful for last 6 months. Her mesh Hernioplasty was done by Dr Ahmed Fawad on 19/08/2015 at LMC. She had 5x5 cm defect in her abdominal wall. She had satisfactory post operative recovery. She was discharged after 3 days of post-op treatment in stable condition.

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