Delhi: Junior organ donor becomes a 20-month-old boy, saving 5 lives by donating organs

Gangaram, a 20-month-old boy from Rohini area of ​​Delhi, died at the hospital, but on his way to death he donated his limb and gave life to five people. Dhanishtha has given an example to society even after her death and has become the youngest cadre donor.

Donated heart, liver, kidney and cornea

Rich has given life to 5 patients post mortem and has given them new life. His heart, liver, kidneys and both corneas were removed from Sir Ganga Ram Hospital and implanted in 5 patients. On the evening of January 8, when Dhanishta was playing on the first floor of his house, he fell unconscious and was immediately transported to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. Despite repeated attempts by doctors, the baby could not be saved. On January 11, doctors declared the baby brain dead, with the exception of the brain, where all her organs were functioning well.

The family decided to donate the girl’s organ

Although heartbreaking, the girl’s family decided to donate her organ. Ashish Kumar, a wealthy father, said he was too young and fell while playing at home. The girl’s baby Babita said our baby is no longer there, but the lives of 5 children can be saved from her organs, so we decided to donate her organs.

Ashish said we have seen many patients who need organs while in the hospital. Although we have lost our loyalty, we thought that with organ donation, its organs would not only keep patients alive but also help save their lives.

The hospital’s president, Dr. D.S. Rana says that this noble work of the family is indeed admirable and others should be inspired by it. Only 0.26 people out of every 10 lakh people in the country donate. India has the lowest rate of organ donation. An average of 5 lakh Indians die every year from lack of organs.