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FOLLOW-UP REPORT 30 January 2002
The twins Najlaa and Naseebah are 9 days after successful separation. On Friday, 25 January 2002, the twins were taken off the respirators and started to breathe normally without any difficulty. Their other organs are stable and functioning normally and the babies are starting to interact with their family and with the medical team.
Posted on 09 Jan 2007
FOLLOW-UP REPORT 23 January 2002
The twins at 48 hours from surgery are doing extremely well in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU).  They are still on the respirator and it is expected that they will be off the respirator within one to two days.
Posted on 09 Jan 2007
21 January 2002 - Separation Surgery
On Monday, 21 January 2002, at 0820 hours, the twins were taken to the Operating Room where the surgical team started anaesthetizing them, one at a time, starting with Twin A (Najlaa) and followed by Twin B (Naseebah). 
Posted on 09 Jan 2007
January 2002 - Sudanese Twin
Twins3Through his usual humanitarian initiatives, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has directed the separation of a set of Sudanese Siamese Conjoined twin girls to be performed at King Abdulaziz Medical City (KAMC) - Riyadh, after the completion of the necessary work-up.
Posted on 09 Jan 2007