My Father 51 years Old. Last year in month of October he underwent Pituitary Macroademona Tumor surgery & still in ICU almost 3 months fighting for Neurological Disease in LILAVATI HOSPITAL Mumbai. His health conditions is fluctuating frequently. since surgery he has remained semi-conscious/Drouzy and kept in ventilation mainly due to the Cardiac Problem. Unfortunately doctors are also little clueless on his health deterioration.
We need fund to continue his treatment. We have already spent 14 lakhs on the treatment by arranging funds from friends and relatives. The current need is 16 Lakh rupees and the need is urgent. My financial situation is dire.
Currently, his vitals are steady, his brain function continues to remain poor. Since he is bedridden for almost 3 months during hospitalization he has been diagnosed with Pseudo Intestine obstruction, Pulmonary Embolism, and addition he is cardiac patient.
based on the recommendations of the Doctors, plans to move him out of the ICU and eventually back home. This will reduce costs significantly, though a sufficiently equipped room with 24x7 nursing will still remain a fairly expensive proposition.
How the money will be utilized
There are two components to expenses - the one-time hospital bills and the regular monthly expenses once Subhash is moved back home.
The Hospital bills
The insurance cover that SUBHASH had has been exhausted. Till now Hospital has billed us 30 Lakhs out of which 14 lakhs we have paid to the hospital, But current delta is 16, 00,000 (sixteen Lakhs). By the time Subhash gets discharged from the hospital, the hospital total bill is expected to be about Rs. 45,00,000 (Thirty Lakhs).(Approximate)
Before moving him home, we would like to move him to a regular room in a hospital, with the minimum equipment he would require, to understand the needs of the setup at home as well as to ensure a smooth transition from an ICU environment to the home. This would be for a weeks to thirty days and may cost another Rs. 8,00,000 (eight lakhs). ( included in expected total bill at the time of discharge)
Finally, home care would require some basic equipment such as a hospital bed, a BIPAP, suction apparatus, an oxygen concentrator, a nebulizer, etc. apart from tracheostomy trained nurses to be present round-the-clock. The equipment is likely to cost between 1 and 2 lakhs.
The nurses would cost about Rs. 20,000 - Rs. 25,000 per month. Doctors' visits, medication, and consumables are likely to cost another Rs. 50,000 a month. So the monthly cost is likely to be between 80 Thousands.
Request you all to donate to this effort, to support Subhash keep fighting in this terrible battle with destiny
Please help him. We need you to be a part of his battle.
With lots of hope.
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