Eman Ahmed, once world's heaviest woman passes away in Abu Dhabi

Eman Ahmed World's heaviest woman passes away in Abu Dhabis

The Hindustan Times report quoted officers from the Burjeel Hospital in Abu Dhabi as saying that several co-morbidities including heart ailments and kidney dysfunction led to her death.

"Our prayers and heartfelt condolences go out to her family", said the hospital in a statement. Prior to the surgery, her family reported she weighed 1,102 pounds, said CNN.

She undergoes bariatric surgery in India in which doctors reduced the size of her stomach by two-thirds, so as to reduce her food intake.

Egyptian national Eman Ahmed, who had been undergoing treatment for weight loss, passed away in Abu Dhabi's Burjeel hospital.

She was diagnosed with elephantiasis which is a condition that causes extreme swelling in the limbs, and she also suffered with water retention due to having "disruption of the glands". In Abu Dhabi's Burjeel Hospital, doctors were hoping to help El Aty walk again, according to the Indian Express - which has followed El Aty's case closely.

Ms Ahmed's sister had alleged that her treatment in Mumbai had been far short of satisfactory and that the family had been misled. After this she had been hit by many diseases.

Ahmed was then lifted out of her bed by a crane and placed in an Egypt Air cargo plane.

Last month, Eman Ahmed had celebrated her birthday at hospital with her family and doctors. Dr. Lakdawala stopped updating after Abdul Atti left his treatment in May, but said she was "stable" and "in good health".

Before her surgery, Lakdawala warned that Abd El Aty's various ailments would make caring for her a challenge: Hypertension.

Once the world's heaviest woman Iman Abd Al-Ati, at weight of 500 kg, passed away early Monday in Abu Dhabi at the age of 36.



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