Second Urgent Fundraising – Chong Jia Xing (Cardiac Pacemaker & Medical Expenses)



The baby remains strong and never gives up, holding her mother's hand even tighter. Please, everyone, help save her!

Four-month-old baby girl Chong Jia Xing is suffering from a severe congenital heart disease. She was scheduled for surgery on August 21st. However, during the observation period in the intensive care unit after the surgery, she experienced irregular heartbeats and heart swelling, putting her in critical condition. She needs to have a pacemaker implanted urgently to ensure proper heart function.

This is a race against time. Baby Jia Xing's sudden deterioration during the observation period was unexpected. She urgently needs a pacemaker implantation, and the medical expenses for this procedure amount to RM40,000.

Currently, the baby has low blood pressure and edema. Doctors are using medication to help her urinate and reduce the swelling. The parents are pleading for the support of the public and are not giving up. They also hope for the collective support and blessings of the community, wishing for the baby to safely overcome this dangerous period.

Baby Chong Jia Xing, born in Bukit Mertajam, Penang, is a precious child for her parents who went through many challenges. The mother had previously battled ovarian cancer, and after treatment and five years of observation, she was told that she could conceive. Finally, she became pregnant and gave birth to this baby.

After birth, baby Jia Xing experienced cyanosis and a drastic decrease in oxygen saturation throughout her body. She was immediately sent to the intensive care unit and has been relying on respiratory support for the past four months. Over these four months, the parents have been by her side, cheering her on, learning how to feed and change diapers, rain or shine. Now, with a treatment plan in place, they need the community's support to give their baby the strength to fight on.

Father Chong Chen Wei (42 years old), a former mechanic, had invested in opening a business just before the pandemic hit. Unfortunately, the business didn't survive the pandemic, and he started working at an auto repair shop earlier this year. However, due to the constant need to be at the hospital for his child, he couldn't work regularly and was suspended from the job. Mother Tan Bee Wah (43 years old) is a secretary earning around RM2000. They are seeking RM40,000 for the medical expenses.

ONE HOPE CHARITY has decided to assist Jia Xing in raising the necessary RM40,000 for her medical expenses. The family has entrusted the fundraising activities to ONE HOPE CHARITY. For any inquiries, please contact our hotline at 04-539 9212, 016-4192 192, 019-2322 192, 018-911 4192.

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