A nurse kissed the patient's forehead in a US hospital. Sanaz Nezami's family, which was over 6,000 miles away, in Iran observed on laptop computer and cried. Nezami, a lively 27-year-old woman who was capable of speaking three languages, wanted to practice a higher degree in engineering at Michigan Technological University. Nezami was fluent in French, English and Persian.
As per police, she was brain dead just a few weeks after unpacking her luggage. She became the victim of a deadly beating by her new husband. The new technology assisted her family to see her final hours in Iran. Nezami expired on December 9.
The family's trust in the hospital staff resulted in the consent for an amazing donation. Nezami's heart, lungs and other life-saving organs were donated and were transplanted to seven people in the U.S. This is an extraordinary gift that happens in less than 1% of all cases.
Nezami was buried on December 18 in a local cemetery. Wendy Mardak of UW-Organ and Tissue Donation, a regional organ donation agency, says, "The family was very clear. They want Americans to know Sanaz loved America".
As per the nurse who was taking care of Sanaz Nezami, the act of donating body parts was 'eye-opening' for hospital employees.
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