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Iraqi Twins December 2006

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Sixty (60) Hours After the Operation The Iraqi Twins Have Been Taken Off Artificial Respirators and Are In Stable Condition
The artificial respirators of Fatimah and Zahra, The Iraqi twins, have been removed and both twins are now breathing normally after 60 hours of their successful separation operation, which was performed last Saturday and continued for 18 hours. This was confirmed by Dr. Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al Rabeeah, Head of the Medical and Surgical Team .
He also stated that Fatima and Zahra Have already recovered from the anesthesia and are both in stable condition, thanks to the grace of Allah.
Dr. Al Rabeeah further stated that all of the twins’ vital signs are stable, including their hearts and their respiratory, urinary and gastrointestinal systems, which are functioning normally. The twins are showing rapid improvement, faster than what was expected. His Excellency confirmed that the skin and the wounds of both twins are in good condition, and that there are no signs of infection or complications. He also stated that if the pace of this improvement continued, the twins would be transferred to the Pediatric Ward Within the next ten days

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Posted on 14 Jan 2007