Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat

by Al-Mustafa Welfare Society
Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat
Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat
Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat
Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat
Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat
Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat
Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat
Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat
Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat
Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat
Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat
Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat
Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat
Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat
Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat
Life saving treatment of babies by Donations/Zakat
Dec 28, 2020

The walls of NICU are the witness of your kindness

Yes, the very walls of Al-Mustafa Hospital's NICU may not have seen you in person, but have felt the warmth of your love. Nothing can be more sacred than helping a mother hold her baby in her arm and your kindness has made it possible by helping us to provide treatment to155 babies in the past four months. 

The total number of neonates admitted at the NICU of Al-Mustafa Hospital from August 2020 to November 2020 was 155 out of which  50 babies were born at Al-Mustafa Hospital and 105 were out-door admissions (referred to us from different government and/or private hospitals mostly due to unavailability of space and treatment facilities at government hospitals or due to high treatment costs at privately owned hospitals which the poor parents are unable to afford). 20 out of 155 neonates developed respiratory distress and were given treatment on a ventilator.

Most of the babies admitted in the NICU are either preterm i-e having the gestational age of fewer than 34 weeks or are admitted due to low birth weight i-e less than 1500 g. These two conditions are the most common cause of infant mortality in Pakistan as they further lead to multiple life-threatening complications in the neonates. Other complications include hyperbilirubinemia, severe intrauterine growth restriction, severe hypoxia, respiratory distress, infants of diabetic mothers etc. 

Also, all the babies born at our Hospital are kept under observation at our NICU for 2-4 hours and are handed over to parents once the necessary examination is done by the paediatrician.

We hope that together we will be helping many more little warriors fighting for life in the NICU.

Stay blessed and safe. 

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Al-Mustafa Welfare Society

Location: Karachi, Sind - Pakistan
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Twitter: @MustafaSociety
Project Leader:
Sarah Ahmed
Karachi, Sind Pakistan
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