An eye-opening, poignant read awaits readers as author Surriya Kausar Waheed pens Beyond my Imagination: Living Tragedy with Tolerance and Patience, an autobiographical account of her experiences as a victim of preventable medical errors.
Divided into nineteen in-depth and revealing chapters, this memoir documents the author's unfortunate encounters that changed her life forever-for the worst. Due to medical negligence, mishandling, blunder, and lack of proper care, the author walked into the hospital very actively for a surgery but came out on a wheelchair without her limbs.
On a lighter note, Waheed mentions her humble beginnings in Pakistan and her exploits as the first immigrant from her family to come to the USA. She also includes her marriage and family life, and how happy she is for having been blessed with wonderful children.
She dedicates this memoir to other disabled people like herself, as well as health care institutions, to make them aware of their flaws and prevent further damages to their patients. For more information on this book, log on to www.Xlibris.com.