Noble act: Pregnant woman donates brain dead husband’s organs


Team Udayavani, Nov 5, 2018, 12:39 PM IST

Bengaluru: An eight-month-old pregnant woman took a noble decision of donating her husband’s organs after he was declared brain dead by the doctors here. 

Sharath Babu (30) a resident of Yalahanka had sustained severe head injury after his bike collided with a car near BSF camp near Yelahanka on Ballary Road on Wednesday, October 31. Though he was rushed to the hospital immediately, he failed to respond to the given treatment post which the doctors declared him brain dead on Sunday, November 4.

After doctors declared Sharath Babu as brain dead, his wife Chandana, though suffering the pain of losing her husband thought of the greater good and in a noble act decided to donate her husband’s eyes, kidneys and heart. Sharath’s mortal remains were handed over to his bereaving family after the organs were harvested from him.

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