People of Heart to Heart Mission
These are typical examples of our patients who without our cardiac surgical intervention patients would die.
These are our typical patients that are usually between 17 to 45 years of age that have suffered the consequences of rheumatic heart disease. and require valvular replacements. They have returned to being productive individuals contributing to society. Please help them help themselves.
By coincidence this 25 yr/o female happened to enter the emergency room at the start of our mission.
This 32 year old lady (left) fatigued very easily. Cardiac workup revealed mitral stenosis, closure of the valve.
This 28 yr/o male was found to have aortic valve stenosis as a result of rheumatic fever.
This 22 year old woman could not walk across the room because of shortness of breath.
This 38 yr/o patient had a aneurysm ( bubble ) 7.5 cm in diameter right above his aortic valve.