Mutabar Khan's Story
73-year-old Mutabar Khan has been experiencing chest pains on and off for the past two weeks. When he visited his local hospital for a check-up, his ECHO test and ECG were carried out to determine if it’s a cardiac condition. From the results, Mutabar’s doctor suspects that he is suffering from ischemic heart disease. He has been recommended to set up an appointment for angiography at the earliest but Mutabar does not have the resources for these expensive procedures.
Mutabar is a retired government worker whose family of eight solely relies on his pension of 16,000 PKR/month. The only property he owns is the small house that he inherited from his parents and that he and his family currently reside in. Other than his pension and house, Mutabar has nothing else to his name.
“We are a very simple family with humble means. We are happy and grateful for whatever God has given us. Whenever we have needed something, He has brought it to us. This time would be no different. I am hopeful that I will be well again soon.” – Mutabar Khan
Recently, we heard from Mutabar because he applied to Transparent Hands for free treatment. He deserves all the help he can get, so his case has been registered and is scheduled to be resolved on an urgent basis. To help Mutabar proceed with his treatment, kindly donate to him today.
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Mutabar Khan's Story
Mutabar Khan, 73 years old, was diagnosed with ischemic heart disease (IHD). The doctor suggested an angiography for him. He was admitted in the hospital and Dr. Umar Ibrahim Paracha performed the aforementioned procedure on 14.09.2020 at Muhammad Sardar Khan Memorial Hospital. Through the angiography, the doctor assessed the blood flow in Mutabar’s heart which was critically blocked due to triple vessel coronary artery disease for which he was advised CABG. He was discharged the same day in a stable condition.