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Moroccan Conjoined Twins Surgery 12 July 2008

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The Twin Almarwa is Breathing Normally


Dr. Abdullah Al Rabeeah, Head of the Multidisciplinary Team stated that 16 days after the successful separation of the Moroccan twins Alsafa and Almarwa the twin Almarwa who has a complex congenital heart disease has been removed from the artificial respirator and has started to breathe normally. Her vital organs are stable and her heart condition is more stable. She has opened her eyes and interacting with her mother and hospital staff and is expected to start feeding in the coming few days. There are no indications of infection or any other major complications.

Her twin Alsafa is continuing to be active and behaving normally and playing with her mother in the hospital gardens.

The Medical Team hopes that Almarwa will continue to improve in order to join her sister and her mother in the coming days.
Posted on 29 Jul 2008