Tuesday, 8 April 2014

INASIKITISHA TUKIO KATIKA PICHA: MTOTO ALIYEZALIWA AKIWA NA VICHWA VIWILI AFARIKI DUNIA BAADA YA SIKU 20

The Indian conjoined twins born with one body and two heads have died after battling to survive for a remarkable 20 days.
The babies, born by C-section weighed 7lbs 7oz when they were born on March 13th.
They were born with one body, two heads, two necks, two spines and two separate oesophaguses and trachea. But they had only one heart and stomach and one lung each.
Tragic: The Indian conjoined twins born with one body and two heads have died after battling to survive for a remarkable 20 days
Tragic: The Indian conjoined twins born with one body and two heads have died after battling to survive for a remarkable 20 days

Conjoined: The twins were born with one body, two heads, two necks, two spines and two separate oesophaguses and trachea. But they had only one heart and stomach and one lung each
Conjoined: The twins were born with one body, two heads, two necks, two spines and two separate oesophaguses and trachea. But they had only one heart and stomach and one lung each

Loss: Tragically, their mother Urmila Sharma, 28, decided she could not bear to meet her babies at all before they died. The twins' father, Subhash, 32, said: ¿The news did not come as a shock, but we were still devastated'
Loss: Tragically, their mother Urmila Sharma, 28, decided she could not bear to meet her babies at all before they died. The twins' father, Subhash, 32, said: ¿The news did not come as a shock, but we were still devastated'


Weak: Doctors treating the twins say they suffered respiratory problems and died of heart failure
Weak: Doctors treating the twins say they suffered respiratory problems and died of heart failure


Dr Shikha Malik, who delivered the twins, said: 'Although we suspected they wouldn¿t survive because of their medical complexities, we were still hoping we could save them'
Dr Shikha Malik, who delivered the twins, said: 'Although we suspected they wouldn¿t survive because of their medical complexities, we were still hoping we could save them'
















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