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Separation of the Egyptian Conjoined Twins Alaa and Walaa Saturday, 25 June 2005


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07:30
Staff is doing final operative check-up on children. Operation Room: There is one operating bed, and the second bed will be brought in later. Room Temp. is 26, which is very important to keep the children warm.
08:00
Kids have been brought to Operation Room.
08:30
Walaa had her anesthesia with no problems, then Alla was anesthetized too with insertion of endotraceal tubes for both.

Progress Report Monday 04 July 2005
Alaa and Walaa
Alaa, awake, breathing
normally & ready to feed.
Walaa doing well

Dr. Abdullah Al Rabeeah, Chief Surgeon and Head of the Multidisciplinary Team stated today, 04 July 2005, that the Egyptian conjoined twins, Alaa and Walaa continue to do well. The twin Alaa has been off the artificial respirator for the last six (6) days and is breathing normally. All her vital organs are normal and there is no evidence of infection. Her wound is healing well and there are no complications. Alaa is expected to start feeding within two (2) days.

The twin Walaa, who has a major heart anomaly, is still on the artificial respirator on minimal settings, and is being weaned slowly. Dr. Al Rabeeah further stated that the Medical Team may remove the artificial respirator within a few days, once her heart is stable. He confirmed that Walaa is doing well and shows no complications. Considering her heart problems she has done remarkably well. All her vital organs are stable and her wound is healing well. Walaa is expected to start feeding in a few days.

Both twins are awake and comfortable.

Posted on 14 Jan 2007