|After learning about the condition of little Safiyah Mohamed,Nike Air Max Ale, the children of the ISA Islamic School located on East Street in Georgetown came up with the initiative to help.These students were able to raise $65,000 which was on Friday last, handed over to the child’s mother, Chandroutie Seepersaud. She expressed sincere gratitude to the children whose assistance, she said, will go a far way in helping to save her daughter’s life.Seepersaud had initially told Kaieteur News that the child started exhibiting signs that something was wrong with her right foot soon after she turned one year old.“She just started limping and getting a hot,Jordan Pas Cher Homme France, hot fever; when I bathe she and rub her right foot she would cry and try to pull away. I realise something wrong but I didn’t really know is what happen,Cheap NFL Jerseys,” the woman told Kaieteur News.It was as a result of this that the child’s uncle tried to anoint the toddler’s foot to ascertain whether she had sustained an injury. By this time the child’s upper thigh was already swollen.The now 18-month-old child was then taken to the Diamond Diagnostic Centre where an x-ray of her right leg was done. While nothing was found to be wrong with any of her bones, Seepersaud said that the attending doctor there concluded that the child might have had an infection of some sort. Little Safiyah was then administered an antibiotic suspension.During a subsequent visit to the hospital, another x-ray was done and an internal abscess was detected by the attending doctor. “Right away he transfer she to the public hospital for more medical attention.”Seepersaud recalled that just after little Safiyah was examined at the Georgetown Public Hospital, she was rushed to the operating theatre for a surgical procedure to the upper portion of the child’s thigh to remove the destructive bacterium.Seepersaud explained that after a few days, another doctor’s examination revealed that “everything didn’t clean”.This called for another surgical procedure. This operation asserted that the child had an incurable bacterium.According to reports, the child’s illness has been linked to a situation referred to as Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).This is a bacterium which is responsible for several difficult-to-treat infections in humans. MRSA is said to be especially troublesome in hospitals,Chelsea Away Kit 18/19, prisons, schools, and nursing homes, where patients with open wounds,Wholesale College Jerseys China, invasive devices, and weakened immune systems are at greater risk of infection.Young Safiyah’s condition has been continuously deteriorating. It has reached to such an extent that she is unable to eat and would only breastfeed.“One, one time she would take PediaSure but she wasn’t eating too much. If she eat a little piece a bread that was plenty because she wasn’t taking nothing more…”The young child has been receiving constant treatment to help reduce the impact of the bacterium which was beginning to spread to the child’s private parts.So severe was the condition by last December that doctors at the public hospital made the suggestion to Seepersaud that she contemplate having the child’s right leg amputated to prevent the bacterium from spreading. The bacterium has literally started eating away at her flesh and has already consumed her right hip bone.Doctors have indicated the need for little Safiyah to undertake a bone marrow transplant. But first,Adidas NMD R1 Italia, there is a need to treat the bacterium and control it.Safiyah is currently required to take two injections twice daily. These are being administered at home by a nurse from St Joseph Mercy Hospital.The family’s finances have been drained. Seepersaud is therefore pleading to organizations and members of the public to assist her in her fight to give her daughter a second chance at a normal life.Those desirous of rendering assistance can contact Seepersaud or one of her relatives on telephone numbers 265-5971, 681-5967, or 678-3671.Monies can also be added to the family’s Republic Bank account number-2470672.