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Muhammad Arif's Story
“I have had a few accidents in my life but not one of them was as bad as this one. I suppose I am also an old man now so the injury was much greater. I can barely move without flinching in pain.”- Muhammad Arif
Muhammad Arif, age 60, met with an accident a few days ago that led to a fracture in his left leg, in the neck of the femur. He was provided with first aid and emergency treatment in a hospital followed by a prescription of painkiller injections and tablets. He was informed that the fracture would require an operation known as hemiarthroplasty to heal. In this operation, half of his hip joint will be replaced.
Before the accident, Arif worked as a private electrician and earned 30,000 to 35,000 PKR/month. He has 4 daughters, 3 of whom are married and living separately. Arif lives with his remaining daughter, 2 sons, and wife in a small house in Hyderabad. He and his youngest son were the breadwinners for the family, however, after Arif’s accident, this family only has one earning hand left. They are facing a lot of unmet expenses and are currently unable to afford Arif’s treatment which is why they have registered their case with Transparent Hands.
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Muhammad Arif's Story
Muhammad Arif, 65 years old, had injured the neck of his left femur 9 days ago. He was diagnosed to have a left femur neck fracture and was advised surgery to fix his bone. His surgery was done in Patel Hospital on 01-06-20, by Dr. Muhammad Askari. A bipolar left hemiarthroplasty was done to fix his femur neck fracture. He remained admitted for 3 days and was discharged in a satisfactory condition.