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The AKUH's Dedicated Heart Emergency Services are staffed by a world-class team of heart specialists and highly trained staff to provide you with the emergency care you need.
Always wear a helmet when riding a motor bike. In case of an accident, wearing a motorcycle helmet correctly can decrease the risk of death by almost 40%, and the risk of severe head injury by 70%. Dr. Uzma Rahim Khan, Sr. Instructor Research
These sessions can help people recovering from a psychiatric illness, to better function, work and interact with colleagues, friends and family.
The Aga Khan University Hospital in context with the International Childhood Cancer Day celebrated a colorful musical evening on 16 February 2018.
Congenital heart disease is a problem with the structure of the heart that is present at birth.
Epilepsy is a central nervous system disorder, which causes seizures or periods of unusual behavior.
The Aga Khan University Hospital and Critical Mass Karachi Ride for a Cause
Don’t wait to see a dentist until you have toothache
The Aga Khan University Hospital marked its presence by putting up its stalls, showcasing the hospital and its outreach services.
Early detection of cancer can save your life.
Tune in and speak to our Cancer Surgery team LIVE today, from 5:00-6:00 PM.
Leprosy causes skin sores, nerve damage, and muscle weakness that can lead to deformities, crippling, blindness and isolation. Early diagnostic testi
Brushing alone does not prevent cavities and gum disease. Get your teeth professionally cleaned
Do not forget to visit the Aga Khan University Hospital stall at Dawn Lifestyle Expo 2018, Karachi on 2nd, 3rd & 4th February
Read the courageous stories of our patients
Zafar Barki had become rapidly overweight in his twenties and thirties, due to overeating and lack of exercise.
Dr Shabbir Ahmed Naeem was busy in his usual routine one day, when he suffered a paralysis attack.
A father of three, and in his late 50’s, Mr. Shoaib Iqbal was leading a normal, healthy life, and had no apparent medical complaints.
Dayem studies at Bahria University, Karachi and wants to become an IT specialist like his father. He is passionate about football and supports the German team.
"It was during my K-2 summit attempt in 2014 when I noticed that I was facing a serious health problem” recalled, Samina Baig.
Moiz was playing with a retractable toy when it accidentally snapped and flew at him, hitting his eye and injuring it severely.
His glinting eyes and mischievous smile are extraordinary. This is because 10-year-old Sameer Ahmed has just survived a terrifying ordeal.
Arzoo Saltanat is a native of Gilgit. For the last three years, an ordeal has overshadowed Arzoo's life: her fight against cancer.
In 2012, the results of a biopsy test at the Aga Khan University Hospital revealed that Aliciya Josephine had breast cancer.
"Come to the Aga Khan University Hospital and have a check up done. The excellent facilities here are available to everyone." Sadaf Ahmed.
“My family and I were at the brink of losing hope when we had called the GS Hotline. The professional receiving the call was not only gentle but..."
In 2014, Sidra Bhutto, a high-spirited girl from Larkana, was diagnosed with Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. For a young girl with big dreams, this news came as a complete shock.
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