Donate to Muhammad Parvaiz for his Open Heart Surgery
Muhammad Parvaiz's Story
“My father has struggled all his life to provide us with best education and today, when it’s our turn to repay his love, we are unable to do anything. The doctor told us that my father’s heart could give up on him at any moment if he doesn’t undergo surgery soon. I don’t know how to arrange such a huge amount for his cardiac surgery. My mother is looking up to us to do something but we are helpless.” – Parvaiz’s son
62 years old Muhammad Parvaiz is on the verge of death. He was an active and healthy man until he was diagnosed with ischemic heart disease 5 months ago. His angiography revealed that his 3 heart vessels are blocked and only open heart surgery could repair his heart. The doctor added that Parvaiz needs surgical treatment at earliest. A little delay could risk his life.
Parvaiz resides in a small town of Hafizabad with his wife and a son who works as a salesman in a small shop. Parvaiz’s 3 daughters are married whereas his elder son is working as a laborer abroad. The collective income of this family is 35,000 PKR out of which they have to pay house rent of 7,000 PKR a month. They are living in a miserable condition and Parvaiz’s heart disease has added up to their worries.
Luckily, his son came across Transparent Hands through internet and immediately contacted the organization for his father’s treatment.
This old man should not suffer because of poverty. Donate and save his life before it’s too late
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Muhammad Parvaiz's Story
Muhammad Parvaiz, 62 years old, was suffering from severe chest pain for the last 2 months. His percutaneous intervention (PCI) was done and he was advised open heart surgery- a coronary artery bypass graft (CABG). His surgery was done at National Hospital & Medical Center on 16-12-19 by Dr Ahmed Shehbaz. He stayed for 4 days in the hospital and recovered well. He was discharged pain-free in good health.