Conjoined Twins Defy Death With Surgery That Helped Separate Their Hearts.!

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Little Savannah and Scarlett who were born conjoined at the heart, liver, diaphragm and sternum but now they’ve been successfully separated in an extremely rare surgery. Their hearts were the most critical part of the complicated surgery because they share a connected atrium, the upper chamber where the blood enters the heart.

Hundreds of hours went into the successful delivery and surgery. Dozens of medical personnel, from intensive care doctors and fetal heart specialists to anesthesiologists, high-risk obstetricians and neonatal nurses, were involved in planning, rehearsing, orchestrating – and even keeping secret – the surgery.

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