Miah, of Wallington Grove, South Shields, who has re-married and had a baby girl three days ago, declined to comment.
Bosor Miah's wife Samima Yasmin, aged 25, died following the birth of the couple's 4lb son at South Tyneside District Hospital on Saturday.
But following the birth, Bosor, who was at his wife's bedside, was asked to leave the room by doctors.
With tears in his eyes, Samima's husband Bosor Miah, 37, listened as consultant Hami Fawzi told the inquest: "Because of where the placenta lay, Samima had no chance of a normal delivery.
While Bosor worked as a chef at the India Brasseries on Ocean Road, Samima looked after their 18-monthold son Musadiek.
With tears in his eyes, Samima's husband Bosor listened as consultant Hami Fawzi told the inquest at South Tyneside Magistrates' Court he had never seen such an outburst of blood.
While Bosor worked as chef at the India Brasserie on Ocean Road, Samima looked after their 18-month-old son Musadiek.
Her grieving husband, Bosor, 34, is still coming to terms with her death and their son, born one month prematurely and weighing only 4lbs, is still in hospital.
But following the birth, Bosor, who was at his wife's bedside, was asked to leave the room by doctors who were becoming increasingly anxious about Samima's condition.
Clutching his oldest son close, Bosor Miah today fought back tears as he spoke of the tragedy that has torn his life apart.
Bosor, aged 34, said: "Just after our son was born she looked at me and shed a tear.
Surrounded by family and friends, Samima's grieving husband Bosor
, 34, spoke of his heartbreak.