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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.

Crown Prince Abdullah Visit
The Egyptian Conjoined Twins Alaa and Walaa
on Wednesday 20 July 2005
 
Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Deputy Premier and Commander National Guard visited the Egyptian conjoined twins Alaa and Walla today, 20 July 2005, conveying his usual compassionate nature to ensure the twins are receiving optimal therapy. 
 
Crown Prince Abdullah also congratulated the parents of the twins on the success of the separation and praised the Multidisciplinary Team on their achievement.  This visit also represents the benevolent nature of Crown Prince Abdullah in his support of disadvantaged children and patients from all over the world.
 
Dr. Abdullah Al Rabeeah, Chief Surgeon and Head of the Multidisciplinary Team stated his appreciation and thanked Crown Prince Abdullah for this caring gesture. 
 
Dr. Al Rabeeah stated that the condition of the twins is excellent and both Alaa and Walaa have been breathing normally for several days without any need for external support.  The twins are both bottle feeding normally, all their body organs are back to normal function and they are both smiling and interacting with their parents and staff. 
 
Dr. Al Rabeeah further stated that Walaa’s heart is stable and she is receiving anti-failure medication and is not expected to require surgery for a few weeks.  However, she will require reconstructive heart surgery in the future as a result of the major congenital anomalies in her heart
 
Both twins are expected to do well and should leave the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) in a few days.
Posted on 14 Jan 2007