A 15-month-old girl, Nima and Dauah, who were adults in the upper torso, complicates the operation well. "It's a relief, and joy is also," said chief physician Joe Cramer.
Two dozen doctors, nurses and nurses participated in the operation at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne. Shortly after successful surgery, the clinic published photos of how children would be in their beds for the first time in their lives. According to medical data, they are breathing on their own.
Doctors managed to distinguish between the common liver of the two girls. The digestive tract is also isolated. Fortunately, according to doctors, there were no surprises during the business. "After each action, the next 24-48 hours will be a challenge, but we have no doubt that the result will be good," Cramer said.
The children will stay in the hospital for a while. With them is their mother Bhumchu Zangmo. The cost of the business – more than 200,000 euros – will be covered by the Victoria State of Australia, which has Melbourne. The family would not have collected such money.
A nine-year successful Sia double-seater operation in Bangladesh was held in the same hospital. The business lasted for a total of 38 hours. Trisna and Krishna live today in Australia.