MELBOURNE, Australia – Bihar Bhutan's twin children were admitted to the hospital in Australia since Wednesday in a delicate surgery that took them over two weeks.
Nima and Dawa, 15-month-old girl on the chest, shared the upper pelvis and the liver. In an operation that operated at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne, it lasted almost 9 hours. It was an important challenge to rebuild abdomens.
"Thank you, everyone," thanks to her mother, Bhumchu Zangmo, said she had crushed her daughters from the hospital, who had transformed her life since October 2.
Head of pediatric surgery, Joe Crameri, told reporters that the two had done a "great recovery" and they are acting independently.
"I think that the island's workers … we saw two girls clearly, the girls were very well attached to this trip, and we saw this trip, but they were ultimately frustrated," Crami said.
Both twins became "horrible distinctions" when they separated from each other, they said.
"In the last two weeks, we have seen gaining confidence, we have seen independence, we have seen a lot of power," Crameri said.
Before returning to Bhutan, girls will be recovering to recover their retirement in the town of Kilmore, Australia, a charity that was taken to the Children First Foundation.
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