Yasir -'s Story
“Going through an accident once was bad enough. I had just started recovering and becoming active again and now I am bed-ridden once more.” – Yasir
Yasir, age 32, suffered from a car accident around 4 years ago which caused serious damage to his left leg. He underwent three major orthopedic surgeries before his fracture got fixed. Unfortunately, a week ago, Yasir had another accident and once again sustained an injury to his left leg. Since the bone was already weak from the previous trauma, it got fractured once again. Yasir now needs another orthopedic operation known as ORIF (open reduction and internal fixation) surgery.
After his accident, Yasir has been unable to work. He is currently depending on the earnings of his father and elder brother. Their collective income is about 20,000 PKR per month and apart from Yasir, 7 other members are also dependent on it. Affording Yasir’s expensive surgical procedure on such a limited income is not possible for the family.
When Yasir learned of Transparent Hands, he put in a request for help with his surgery and we accepted. Together, we can restore his health and get his life back on track.
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Yasir -'s Story
Yasir, 32 years old, had a serious accident four years ago. After this he was treated at local hospitals which resulted in a non-union of his left proximal tibia. He was advised an open reduction internal fixation (ORIF) and a bone graft to fix his fracture permanently. The advised surgery was done on 10-09-2020 by Dr. Mehrooz Zameer at Patel Hospital. He remained admitted in the hospital for three days and was later discharged in good health. Present day, yaisr can now walk properly, just like everyone around him.