Donate to Muhammad Mobeen for His Angiography and Angioplasty
Muhammad Mobeen's Story
Around 1.5 years ago, Muhammad Mobeen was diagnosed with ischemic heart disease, a condition in which blocked arteries lead to poor blood and oxygen flow, causing heart damage and even heart failure. He took medication prescribed by a local hospital in his area for a few months but his condition deteriorated and soon after, he experienced a heart attack. His hospital continued to manage his condition with medication but the treatment was not successful. Muhammad Mobeen experienced another severe heart attack after his first. This time, he approached Transparent Hands for help. With assistance from donors, his angiography followed by an open-heart surgery were carried out. He recovered well and remained pain-free for a while. Now, however, he has started experiencing chest pains again. His doctor has recommended angiography and angioplasty to assess how to proceed with his treatment.
“My last heart attack happened while I was driving. I very nearly crashed the car but God saved my life. I have survived two heart attacks and I do not want to go through such a traumatic experience again. But I don’t have the money to visit expensive hospitals and seek expert opinions. All I can do is pray that once again, I can find help through Transparent Hands and investigate what is wrong before it gets to the point of another heart attack.” – Muhammad Mobeen
Mobeen is not in a position to bear the cost of these cardiac procedures. Along with managing the needs of his own wife and teenage daughter, he is also responsible for arranging the weddings of his seven sisters. For that purpose, he has sold his own house and now lives in a small one-bedroom rented space with his wife and daughter. He does not have any resources to seek medical attention for his potentially life-threatening heart condition.
With your timely donation, we can arrange his angiography and angioplasty and proceed with his treatment.
Please consider coming to Mobeen’s aid.
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Muhammad Mobeen's Story
Mubeen Amin, 50 years old, was experiencing breathlessness and chest heaviness. His CABG surgery for triple vessel coronary artery disease was done 8 months ago. He was diagnosed as a case of persistent ischemia and was advised percutaneous intervention (PCI). His procedure was done in National Defence hospital, on 27-03-20, by Dr. Tayyab Mohyuddin. He had critical occlusion of the right coronary artery (RCA) which was stented. The procedure was successful and the patient was discharged pain-free on the next day.