The first AND last kiss of a father for his baby: Grieving man who lost his wife to childbirth says goodbye to his six-day-old daughter after she died of lack of oxygen
- Tear-shocking photos show that father meets his baby for the first and last time
- Tragic news was delivered just six days after his wife died in childbirth
- He gave his daughter a soft kiss for donating her organs to the hospital
- Doctors in China used the girl's kidneys and corneas to rescue three patients
This is the heartbreaking moment that a father kissed his baby daughter for the first and last time.
Doctors failed to give the six-day-old girl the nickname & # 39; small edamame & # 39; after she suffered from a lack of oxygen in Zhejiang province in eastern China.
Her mother had died less than a week earlier during delivery.
The ruined man, who suffered the sorrow of losing his wife and child, met his daughter for the first time when he said goodbye to her.
Mr. Mao from Zhejiang Province in eastern China stroked his deceased baby and kissed her on April 24 before doctors threatened to push the body into an operation wound for organ transplantation.
The little baby died after six days in neonatal intensive care due to a lack of oxygen. Her father, who had lost his wife, met her for the first time when he said goodbye to her
Tear-jerking photos & # 39; s released by the Huzhou Red Cross show Mr. Mao caresses his late baby and gave her a peck on the head on April 24.
The father, known by his last name Mao, had signed an agreement to donate his baby's organs to the hospital and the surgeons were about to push the girl's small body into the operation threat for the organ transplant procedure.
At her father's request, surgeons brought a soft toy that had been sewn by the deceased mother of the baby in the operation to guide her & # 39 ;. The Red Cross staff also prepared a wreath as a mate for the girl.
At just six days old, & # 39; little Edamame & # 39; the youngest organ donor in Zhejiang province where her family lives.
Mr. Mao said he decided to donate his daughter's organs because he wanted her to continue to live in a different way and feel the world & # 39 ;.
He said his deceased wife would have agreed.
& # 39; She was a kindergarten teacher and loved children very much & # 39 ;, Mao said Huzhou Evening News.
Mr. Mao said he decided to donate his daughter's organs because he wanted her to continue to live in a different way and feel the world & # 39 ;. His baby's kidneys and corneas save three people
Surgeons brought a soft toy (right) sewn by the late mother of the baby in the operation to guide the little girl & # 39; while workers at the local Red Cross made a wreath for her (left)
Doctors at the pediatric hospital at Zhejiang University's medical faculty allegedly used the baby's kidneys to save one seriously ill patient and her corneas to help restore the vision of two other blind patients.
& # 39; Little edamame & # 39; died of the birth of asphyxia. The condition happens when a baby suffers from a lack of oxygen or blood flow from the placenta during the birth process, according to NHS.
Birth choking occurs in one or two of 1,000 births in developed countries. That those who survive the disorder may experience moderate to severe disorders, ranging from learning difficulties to cerebral palsy.
Mao's wife died on 18 April as a result of the embolism of the amnion fluid during the birth of their daughter.
The condition is rare but serious. It happens when amniotic fluid – the fluid that surrounds a baby in the womb during pregnancy – enters the bloodstream and causes the heart and lungs to collapse.
Of every 100,000 births there are between one and 12 cases of amniotic fluid embolism, non-profit organization Mayo Clinic dear.
The family's story has been widely reported by Chinese media and millions of web users have been relocated.
China & # 39; s Xinhua News Agency praised the benevolent act of the father and thanked & # 39; the little angel to come to the world & # 39 ;.
Another top-rated social media commentary said: & I wish the mother and daughter happy in heaven. & # 39;
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