Pakistan boy undergoes heart surgery at Noida hospital, father thanks Sushma Swaraj for help
After Pakistan’s four-month-old Rohaan, who was promised by Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj, was successfully treated in a hospital Noida, his father, Kamal Siddiqui, said the “heart swing heart” for Swaraj while he was Asks the minister to “open doors” for additional Pakistani medical visas.
According to a statement issued by the Jaypee Rohaan Hospital suffering from “major transport arteries D with anomalous origin of the main arteries of the rooms opposite with multiple VOD and severe pulmonary hypertension.”
The four-month-old boy arrived at the hospital for treatment July 12 and was operated on July 14 by a team of doctors led by Dr. Rajesh Sharma.
He said: “Rohaan had a hole in his heart and the aorta, which is on the left side of the heart, had the right.
The pulmonary arteries were from the left side, which was exactly the opposite of the body structure.
Due to several VSD, oxygen, less blood in his body and his body turned blue. “He added that, therefore, he would have difficulty breathing and suffered from pneumonia.
The surgery, which took about five hours, was initially treated with an arterial switch with the IVC closure method. After that, the baby was put on the ventilator and a tracheotomy was performed, the doctors said.
His father said: “The heart of my son now struggling with Mrs. Sushma Swaraj. I would ask him to open the doors to the Pakistanis waiting for medical visas.This is my humble request.”
Your family will return to Pakistan after doctors who monitor your health, give them the green signal to travel.
Earlier, the father of the baby had tweeted Swaraj and Sartaj Aziz, Foreign Minister of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, saying that his son suffered from delayed medical treatment as he could not obtain a visa for the procedure due to The current tension between the two countries.
On 22 May, Rohaan’s father tweeted: “Why does my outbreak suffer for medical treatment !!” Some answers Sartaj Aziz sir or Maam Sushma?