Conjoined twins, Nima and Dawa

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    Salina
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    Good news today from our truly wonderful Royal Childrens’ Hospital in Melbourne.  Two conjoined twins flown in from Bhutan, have been successfully separated.   Remarkably, they have emerged so strong, they don’t even have to go into intensive care.

    18 surgeons working in unison performed the remarkable surgery.

    Nima and Dawa will sleep in separate beds for the first time.

    #85217

    williamthebold
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    One new tick on Australia’s surgical record.

    Two new  [tiny (•◡•)]  ticks for Bhutan.

    #85220
    malmather
    malmather
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    how great it is that surgery is now capable of being used so successfully and tiny babies can be given a full life with a future

    #85223
    bettyh Vic
    bettyh Vic
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    How wonderful that these two little beings  can now  enjoy life now that they are two separate humans.

    #85226
    Tedwalker
    Tedwalker
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    It is indeed good news.

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    Jen
    Jen
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    Great news. Hope their recovery continues well.

    #85235
    Tulip
    Tulip
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    That is wonderful news! May they make a safe recovery.

    #85267

    Gold Class
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    This is a remarkable feat, well done to the medical staff, so many surgeons and nurses on hand. I hope the children learn to “feel” like ONE in time, it must be very strange to still have that “phantom” body there. I can’t imagine how the mother feels. God bless her and the children.

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