Imagine drinking a cool glass of white wine, smoking a cigarette and watching the sunset. For many of us, these are everyday pleasures we can get at any time, however, for Carsten Hansen, 75, was his last wish .
Hansen was admitted to a hospital in Denmark to early April after suffering the rupture of an aortic aneurysm . Surgery to repair an aortic aneurysm is long and complicated, and often requires hospitalization for several days after the operation.
Hansen was too sick and frail to undergo surgery, although without it, he probably would not survive more than a day . Sitting in his hospital room with only a few hours to live, Hansen told the nurses that he wanted to enjoy his final minutes with a glass of white wine and a cigarette while watching the sunset ]
Nurses were able to find white wine, and Hansen's room was fortunately in an apartment with access to a balcony. It was the cigarette that turned out to be a problem. The hospital where Hensen was staying had a strict policy of not letting anyone smoke in order to guarantee the health and well-being of his patients, but Hensen's nurse, Rikki Kvist, decided that the rules are to break them
So, they took Hansen to the balcony, they served him his glass of white wine, they lit a cigarette and allowed him to enjoy his last moments with a beautiful sunset with his family.  " It was a very welcoming and relaxed atmosphere ," Kvist commented. "Of course they were sad and affected by the fact that their relative was going to die, but it was a pleasant time when they even joked."
Nurses shared their experience through a Facebook post. Hundreds of users praised and congratulated the nurse for her behavior.
"Exactly as it should be. I wish you had done this for my father "wrote a Facebook user.
" You're not just in a simple hospital, you're in a place where people can still dream, even if life is not it gives them more opportunities, "commented another.
" In times when humanity seems to fade, stories like these keep faith in people. I wish the best to Mr. Hansen's family at these hard times, "added a third.
Having enjoyed his last wish, Hansen passed away peacefully on April 28.
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