- Five people were donated parts of this baby
- Dhanistha fell while playing on the first floor
- Life could not be saved even after all efforts by doctors
Dhanishtha, a 20-month-old girl from Rohini area of Delhi, has set a great example for society even after her death and has become the youngest cadaver donor. Gudiya posthumously gave five patients his New life by giving part (Gives life to five patients). Sir Gangaram Hospital has evacuated the heart, liver, both kidneys and both corneas of this young child in five patients.
Two people declared brain dead, donated organs and gave new life to three patients
On the evening of January 8, Dhanishtha fell down while playing on the first floor of her house and fainted. She was immediately brought to Sir Gangaram Hospital but despite the untiring efforts of doctors, the child could not be saved. On January 11, the doctors declared the child as brain dead, except the brain, all its organs were working well. Despite being heartbreaking, Babita and Ashish Kumar, the child’s parents, expressed their wish to donate their child’s organs to the hospital authorities. According to the child’s father Ashish, “While in the hospital we saw many patients who are in dire need of organs. Though we have lost our patience, we thought that through organ donation, not only will their organs survive in the patients but their lives Will also help in saving.
70% reduction in organ donation in Maharashtra due to corona epidemic, forcing needy wait ..
According to Dr. DS Rana, Chairman (Board of Management), Sir Gangaram Hospital, “This noble work of the family is truly praiseworthy and it should inspire others. Significantly, India has the lowest rate of organ donation at the rate of 0.26 per million. On an average, 5 lakh Indian people die every year due to lack of organs.
70 percent reduction in organ donation due to corona