Having undergone heart surgery, Muhammad Khalish, a baby, is now fully recovered from tetralogy of Fallot!

Muhammad Khalish bin Mohd Sukri's parents had no idea when their son's heart would suddenly stop beating. When he was three months old, his lips and nails were found to be cyanotic at the clinic when he went in for a cold. He was immediately taken to the hospital for treatment.

The boy was diagnosed with tetralogy of Fallot (TOF), a congenital heart defect that includes ventricular septal defect (VSD), pulmonary stenosis, aortic malposition, and right ventricular wall thickening.

The surgical fee of RM75,000 required to treat these diseases is prohibitively expensive for a low-income family. The parents sought the assistance of ONE HOPE CHARITY and successfully gathered everyone's donations, allowing the child to complete the operation on October 7.

After the procedure, Muhammad Khalish bin Mohd Sukri is in a stable condition and was released from the hospital one week later. He has a childlike heart and will spread more joy and light throughout his family.