Bhat is an extremely shy child, who doesn’t interact much with strangers. He likes to spend time with his family. Bhat was born at home and not in a hospital. He was born with a severe stomach infection and was extremely pale so his parents admitted him to the hospital where he was kept for a month. The pediatrician detected a Ventricular Septal Defect after an Echocardiographic test was conducted.
His father Md. Mir Bhat is a farmer and earns 5000 rupees per month. He cannot afford the cost of his son’s treatment.
A spokesperson from Rotary Club Midwest referred the case to Fortis Foundation, who immediately agreed to support the treatment of the child.
Bhat Abrar had a successful surgery on 5th March 2018. The surgery was supported by Radha Mohan Mehrotra Medical Relief Trust. The surgery was led by Dr. Vijay Agarwal (Chief Pediatric Cardiac Surgeon) and his team.