Muhammad Ramzan's Story
“I used to be so healthy and was managing my household well. We weren’t exactly living like royals but we were getting by just fine because I had the stamina to work enough to bear the expenses of my family. But now, this heart disease doesn’t even let me walk for a few minutes. I need assistance with even normal day to day activities and that has me really worried.” – Muhammad Ramzan
For the past year, Muhammad Ramzan, aged 50 years, has been suffering from heart problems. When he sought advice from a doctor, he was given medication for the management of his condition and was told not to worry. Only ten months later, however, he experienced an attack of acute angina. This time, his angiography was conducted which showed that he has coronary artery disease (CAD) and requires open-heart surgery as soon as possible.
Ever since his diagnosis, Ramzan has visited several local facilities in the hope that he can be treated but has been turned away from every one of them. With a family of 5 to support with his part-time income of 15,000 PKR, he cannot go to a private hospital for the surgery. His final hope now is to have the surgery through Transparent Hands and for that, he needs your donations.
To assist him, please send in your contributions before it is too late for him.
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Muhammad Ramzan's Story
50-year-old Muhammad Ramzan was diagnosed with triple vessel coronary artery disease (TVCAD) and was recommended an open heart surgery (CABG) for it by his cardiologist. He was admitted in National Hospital and Medical Center and the surgery was performed by Dr. Tayyab Pasha on 16.09.2020. He stayed in the hospital for seven days and was discharged in a stable condition. Muhammad Ramzan feels energetic and is looking forward to resuming his work after he recovers completely.
“I had frequent episodes of chest pain. The doctor told me that this surgery was crucial for my heart’s condition. I am so glad that I will be able to go back to work in a few days!”- Muhammad Ramzan