Aneisa and Melenes are Stable After the Successful Separation Surgery
H.E. the Advisor to the Royal Court, the General Supervisor of King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center, Chairman of the Medical and Surgical Team, Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabiah, said that the condition of the Tanzanian twins Aneisa and Melenes are stable after the successful separation surgery, especially Anishta, which most of her vital signs have stabilized and started to recover, noting that she is still dependent on artificial respiration and intravenous nutrition and needs follow-up in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. However, Melenes still needs follow-up because the weakness of her one kidney as she needs intravenous fluids more than her twin and needs high-frequency artificial respiration in the coming days.
In addition, H.E. Dr. Al Rabiah noted that the medical team is constantly clarifying the medical condition for the twins' mother, who in turn appreciates the great care they receive.
At the end of his speech, H.E. Dr. Al Rabiah wished the speedy recovery of the twins and to get out of intensive care as soon as possible.