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Diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease in 2017. Since March to October of the same year he has been going in and out of the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) due to different complications such as pneumonia, low hemoglobin, low platelets, low RBC, etc. Furthermore, he was also diagnosed to have leakage in one of his heart valves and coronary artery disease (blockage on arteries). The several confinements in the hospital cost us so much expenses. Since then we also have to maintain his dialysis three (3) times a week and other maintenance medicines (20 types of medicines) and his monthly laboratories.
Worst came when on 7 October (last week), we rushed him again to ER due to difficulty of breathing. Prior to that he has been coughing excessively for almost a month already. As per his pulmonologist, he acquired a very strong type of bacteria resulting to having pneumonia again. He is now given 4 types of antibiotics (that cost a fortune) that are going through his IV. His situation exacerbate because his RBC went down way beyond normal. That is why his resistance to infection is very low. Last week he was also given blood transfusion.
Currently, he is confined in the hospital and there is no definite date yet until when he is going to stay. Mainly because most of his medicines are given thru his IV and the pulmo doctor would also want to ensure that he will be able to manage well (contamination to bacteria, etc.) when he is out of the hospital.
Our current running bill is already almost 300k and still adding more. We would like to seek financial help to anybody who can spare few hundreds to help in our medical expenses.
Thank you and God bless!
Hospital and medical expenses for our father - Ricardo QuiambaoUpdate posted by Regina Quiambao at 02:53 am
After the 2-week confinement, Papa has since been rushed to the ER two times due to persistent chest pains and alarming shortness of breathe. Medications has increased with the diagnosis of anemia requiring iron via injection and through IV for each dialysis session (3x a week), all of which are