Muhammad Khan's Story
“My little baby is struggling for his life and I can do nothing about it. Never have I felt so helpless in my life before. Every passing moment is a threat to my baby’s life. Please help me to save him with your timely donations.” – Muhammad Khan’s father.
Muhammad Khan – an infant of about 3 months – fell ill when he was only 10 days old. He was taken to the hospital where his initial tests and echo were done. The doctors diagnosed him with multiple VSDs and advised Open Heart Surgery for him.
He is experiencing vomiting, flu, fever, weight loss and weakness. He often loses consciousness and his condition has become life threatening.
Muhammad has one brother and his father is a taxi driver, earning 12,000 PKR a month. They live in a house of joint ownership with his 3 uncles and 2 aunts. It is impossible for his father to afford the expensive heart surgery that Muhammad needs.
Fortunately, his father learned about Transparent Hands and rushed to the organization for help.
Muhammad is now scheduled for his Open Heart Surgery at Ittefaq Hospital Trust, through Transparent Hands. Please hurry and donate for him. Our timely help will save the precious life of this infant.
Disclaimer: Transparent Hands makes sure that all the patients get surgery in time. If a patient requires urgent surgery and his/her condition is serious, Transparent Hands conducts the surgery immediately. In the meantime, his/her campaign stays active on the website until we raise the complete funding. The hospitals on our panel have complete trust in us and wait for the payments until the patient's funding is completed.
Muhammad Khan's Story
Muhammad Khan 3 months old boy had breathing issue and was unable to gain weight since birth. He was diagnosed with Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) and Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA). His Open Heart Surgery was done in Ittefaq Hospital on 26-06-19 by Dr. Muhammad Asim Khan. His PA banding and PDA ligation were done. He had good post-operative recovery in ICU and stayed in ward care for 4 days. He was discharged with stable vitals and satisfactory condition with follow-up advice.