Jagga and Baliya — the twin brothers from Odisha who were joined at the head — are stable and recovering, doctors at AIIMS who recently separated the two said.
New Delhi : Jagga and Baliya are in the ICU and a large team of specialists and paramedical staff is looking after them. Jagga, doctors said, is on intermittent hemodialysis and his kidney function is improving. The vital parameters of Balia are normal, but he is yet to gain consciousness, they added.
According to Dr A K Mahapattra, chief of AIIMS’ neurosciences centre, 85% to 90% of twins joined at the head die. “It was an achievement to separate them successfully. But there are many more potential complications to deal with and the next few days are going to be very crucial,” he said.
Source : Times of India
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