Urgent Fundraising – Muhd Imam Malik (Heart Disease)



The newborn baby Muhammad Imam Malik bin Muhammad Hamzah from Kepala Batas, Penang, was diagnosed with a severe heart defect since birth. He not only struggles to breathe independently, requiring assistance from oxygen, but also urgently needs surgery within two weeks to prevent a life-threatening situation.

His young and inexperienced parents are overwhelmed by the daunting cost of the surgery. His mother, unable to contain her tears, pleads with the public to help raise the necessary RM85,000 for the operation.

【The baby was born unwilling to drink milk, and upon examination, intestinal obstruction was discovered, leading to intestinal surgery. After the surgery, when attempts were made to feed the baby milk, it was discovered that the child had a heart defect】

The baby boy was born to his mother through a natural delivery in the hospital on January 9th, with everything appearing normal during pregnancy and birth. However, after birth, he refused to drink milk and had to rely on intravenous nutrition. Upon examination, doctors discovered that the baby had intestinal obstruction and scheduled surgery to clear the blockage on January 28th. Unexpectedly, before the surgery, doctors found that the baby had two holes in his heart.

Born weighing 2.96 kilograms, the baby did not gain weight in the first month, and doctors later found that his development was affected due to heart problems, requiring oxygen support.

Every day, the mother anxiously visits the hospital to see her child. Doctors informed her that the baby has a complex complete atrioventricular septal defect (AVSD) and urgently needs heart repair surgery at a specialized hospital. The surgery needs to be performed as soon as possible, or else it will be too late once heart failure sets in. It's a race against time, and the parents have no other option but to appeal to the public for help.

The father, Muhammad Hamzah bin Abdul Fadzil (25 years old), works as a shop assistant in an animal feed store, earning RM 1300 per month. The mother, Nurul Syahila bt Abdul Rahman (23 years old), used to work as a tailor before marriage, but her income was unstable, not exceeding RM 1000 per month.

The couple had experienced a premature birth and the loss of their child due to a bacterial infection. Now, they had hoped for the arrival of their love child, but instead, their baby was diagnosed with a severe and complex congenital heart disease, struggling for survival.

After verification, One Hope Charity decided to assist in raising the necessary medical expenses for the patient. The family agreed to entrust the fundraising activities to the ONE HOPE CHARITY, which will also collect donations. One Hope Charity will allocate RM5000 from the "Emergency Medical Reserve Fund" for this case. For any inquiries, please contact the hotline at 04-539 9212, 016-4192 192, 019-2322 192, 018-911 4192.

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