​ក្រុមគ្រូពេទ្យ​ក្នុងប្រទេស​ស្វី​ស បាន​ប្រើ​ពេលវេលា​វះកាត់​ដោយ​ជោគជ័យ រយៈពេល ៥ ម៉ោង លើ​ទារិកា​ភ្លោះ​ខ្លួន​ជាប់​គ្នា​១​គូ ទើប​មាន​អាយុ ៨ ថ្ងៃ កាល​ថ្ងៃទី​១០ ខែ ធ្នូ ឆ្នាំ ២០១៥ ។​

​សារព័ត៌មាន Le Matin Dimanche របស់​ស្វី​ស​រាយការណ៍​ថា កូនភ្លោះ​នោះ គឺ​ស្រី​ទាំងបី ដោយ​ទារិកា​ឈ្មោះ Maya និង Lydia ជាប់​គ្នា​នៅត្រង់​ថ្លើម និង​ទ្រូង ។ ចំណែក​ទារិកា​បងប្អូន​ម្នាក់ទៀត​ឈ្មោះ Kamila មិន​ជាប់​ជាមួយ​ពួកគេ​ទេ ។ ពួកគេ​ទាំងបី​កើត​នៅ​ថ្ងៃទី​០២ ធ្នូ ២០១៥ ។​

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​ក្រុមគ្រូពេទ្យ​មាន​គំរោង​ផ្តាច់​ពួកគេ​ចេញពី​គ្នា តាំងពី​ចាប់កំណើត ។ ប៉ុន្តែ ទារិកា​ទាំងពីរ​មាន​សម្ពាធ​ឈាម​ឡើង​ខ្ពស់ និង​ខ្វះ​ឈាម ។ វេជ្ជបណ្ឌិត Barbara Wildhaber ប្រធាន​ផ្នែក​វះកាត់​នៅ​មន្ទីរពេទ្យ Geneva University Hospital និយាយថាៈ “​យើងខ្ញុំ​គិតថា​ប្រហែលជា​មិនអាច​ជួយសង្គ្រោះ​ជីវិត​ទារិកា​ទាំងពីរ​បានឡើយ ព្រោះតែ​ស្ថានភាព​របស់​ពួកគេ​ធ្ងន់ធ្ងរ​ពេក​” ។ ប៉ុន្តែ ពួកគេ​ប្រែ​ពី​ស្ថានភាព​អាក្រក់ មក​ធម្មតា​វិញ ។​

​ក្រោយពេល​វះកាត់​ទារិកា​ទាំងពីរ​ត្រូវ​បានដាក់​ថ្លឹង​មាន​ទម្ងន់ ២.២ គ​.​ក្រ និង​ឲ្យ​ចាប់ផ្តើម​បៅដោះ​ម្តាយ ។​

​គួរ​បញ្ជាក់ថា Maya និង Lydia ស្ថិត​ក្នុងចំណោម​កូនភ្លោះ​ខ្លួន​ជាប់​គ្នា ២០០ នាក់​ផ្សេងទៀត នៅលើ​ក្នុង​ពិភពលោក ដែល​ទទួល​ការវះកាត់​បាន​ជោគជ័យ ៕​

epa05136975 A handout picture provided by the Inselspital Bern hospital on 31 January 2016 shows conjoined twins Lydia (L) and Maya (R) before their operation in Bern, Switzerland, 10 December 2015. Swiss doctors on 31 January said that they had successfully separated conjoined twins only eight days after birth, adding that they were possibly the tiniest patients that have ever undergone such a surgery. The girls weighed a total of 2.2 kilogrammes at the time of the five-hour operation at Bern University Hospital on December 10. They were part of triplets who were born in December, two months ahead of their due date. While one sister was born healthy, the other two were joined at their chests, livers and hearts. The parents and the doctors decided to separate the girls so soon after birth because the joined liver created serious blood pressure problems in both babies.  EPA/INSELSPITAL BERN/HANDOUT MANDATORY CREDIT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

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epa05136974 A handout picture provided by the Inselspital Bern hospital on 31 January 2016 shows conjoined twins Lydia (L) and Maya (R) before their operation in Bern, Switzerland, 10 December 2015. Swiss doctors on 31 January said that they had successfully separated conjoined twins only eight days after birth, adding that they were possibly the tiniest patients that have ever undergone such a surgery. The girls weighed a total of 2.2 kilogrammes at the time of the five-hour operation at Bern University Hospital on December 10. They were part of triplets who were born in December, two months ahead of their due date. While one sister was born healthy, the other two were joined at their chests, livers and hearts. The parents and the doctors decided to separate the girls so soon after birth because the joined liver created serious blood pressure problems in both babies.  EPA/INSELSPITAL BERN/HANDOUT MANDATORY CREDIT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

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epa05136984 A handout picture provided by the Inselspital Bern hospital on 31 January 2016 shows the surgery team with (L-R) Isabelle Schnyder, Barbara Wildhaber, Jim Wilde, Alexander Kadner, Melanie Bollinger, Steffen Berger, shortly after the succesful surgery to seperate conjoined twins Lydia and Maya in Bern, Switzerland, 10 December 2015. Swiss doctors on 31 January said that they had successfully separated conjoined twins only eight days after birth, adding that they were possibly the tiniest patients that have ever undergone such a surgery. The girls weighed a total of 2.2 kilogrammes at the time of the five-hour operation at Bern University Hospital on December 10. They were part of triplets who were born in December, two months ahead of their due date. While one sister was born healthy, the other two were joined at their chests, livers and hearts. The parents and the doctors decided to separate the girls so soon after birth because the joined liver created serious blood pressure problems in both babies.  EPA/INSELSPITAL BERN/HANDOUT MANDATORY CREDIT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES