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Bundels of joy - Twins (Mazna and Saif) and Mohammed.

Abu Dhabi hospital welcomes Eid babies

ABU DHABI, June 25, 2017

Minutes before Eid was officially announced, Danat Al Emarat Hospital for Women and Children based in Abu Dhabi, UAE, welcomed four new borns including a pair of twins into this world. 
 
The twin (girl and boy) are the first children for the family and weighed 2 kg each. 
 
"This came as a big surprise for us, and the memorable occasion of Eid has made it a twin delight for us," said the twins' father Humaid Saeed A Badi.
 
"We named our first newborn, the girl – Mazna, and boy - Saif. We are very thankful for this blessing. From here, we would like to congratulate UAE leaders, government and the people of UAE on this very special day," he added. 
 
The twins were delivered by Dr Zahraa Mehsen, consultant for Obstetrics & Gynecology and Fetal Medicine at Danat Al Emarat Hospital.
 
Dr Zahraa said: "The twins were due in two weeks but decided to join the family on this special occasion for all and double the joy of their parents and ours. Both baby and mother are in good health." 
 
Baby Mohammed Al Mansouri was born at 11:40, and weighed 3 kg and is the second child for the family. His father said, “the baby is in good health and we have named him Mohammed. We are extremely happy to have him join us on after Eid was declared.”
 
Vino Nallaya, CEO of Danat Al Emarat Hospital for Women and Children said, "We are happy to welcome the four newborns at Danat Al Emarat Hospital for Women and Children right after Eid was declared. All 4 babies and mothers are doing well and are in good health."
 
"During Ramadan, a total of 365 were born at our hospital, including 161 boys and 164 girls. Out of the 365 newborns, 174 were UAE nationals," he stated. 
 
“Including our 4 newborns, 3660 babies have been born at our hospital since we opened in October 2015.  All these precious bundles of joy were managed by our 70 medical team members of obstetricians, pediatricians and neonatologists. We expect to welcome another three babies by end of today," she added.-TradeArabia News Service



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