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Saudi Conjoined Twins Surgery 02 July 2007

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Seven (7) Days after The Successful Separation of The Saudi Conjoined Twins Abdullah & Abdulrahman, both are Breathing Normally
After seven (7) days of the successful operation of the Saudi Conjoined Twins, Abdullah and Abdulrahman, which was held on Monday, 2 July 2007, both twins are breathing normally and both are in a stable condition. This is according to the Head of the Multidisciplinary Surgical Team, Dr. Abdullah Al Rabeeah.

The smaller twin, Abdulrahman who was slow to recover was removed from the artificial respirator two days ago. His twin brother, Abdullah is breathing normally without the need of external oxygen.

The vital organs of both twins are stable and both twins are now active and interacting with their parents and the hospital staff.

Abdullah is now on full feeding by mouth and feeding tube, whereas Abdulrahman has just started today to be fed by tube.

It is expected that both twins will require another 10 days in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.

Posted on 11 Jul 2007