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World’s heaviest Woman Eman Ahmed passes away in Abu Dhabi
Eman Ahmed World’s Heaviest Woman Dies In Abu Dhabi, Egyptian woman Eman Ahmed passed away in Abu Dhabi on Monday. Authority from Abu Dhabi based Burjeel Hospital confirmed the news stating that large co-morbid conditions including heart diseases and kidney dysfunction resulted to her death.
Eman Ahmad, once known as the world’s heaviest woman passed away on Monday, 25 September 2017 at 04:35 am due to difficulty from the underlying comorbid conditions including heart disease and kidney dysfunction according to medical experts, said Burjeel Hospital in a statement.
Eman Ahmad was under the supervision of a medical team of over 20 doctors from different specialties, who were managing her medical condition from the time she arrived in the UAE. She was admitted to an Abu Dhabi hospital in May to undergo long term physical and psychological rehabilitation after a drastic weight loss operation in India. Our prayers and heartfelt condolences go out to her family, said the Burjeel hospital.
She Went For Weight loss Surgery in Mumbai
At The Age 37 Is weighed about 500 kg when she went for surgery in Mumbai in February, but had shed an astonishing 323 kg since undergoing a series of medical procedures. She was flown to Mumbai on February 10 in a specialised logistical operation. On March 7, she underwent bariatric surgery at the city’s Saifee Hospital. She was put on a special liquid diet to reduce her weight enough so that doctors could perform bariatric surgery.
Eman Ahmed’s sister Shaimaa, on social media, alleged that Ahmed was not receiving proper treatment at the privately-owned hospital in Mumbai. She alleged that the doctors at Saifee, made ‘false claims’ about Ahmed’s recovery and weight loss.
About Eman Ahmad
–Ahmed weighed about 5kg when she was born and started to put on weight by the age of 11. She had to discontinue schooling after Class 5 due to lethargy caused by thyroid problems. The continuous weight gain restricted her lower extremities and she started to crawl instead of walking.
–In 2014, when she weighed 300kg, Ahmed had high cholesterol levels and a sudden stroke left her paralysed, impacting her speech and leaving her completely bedridden.
— By 2016, Ahmed weighed about 500kg and was diagnosed with severe lymphedema and water retention, Type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and hypothyroidism. She has severe obstructive and restrictive lung disease, gout and was at a very high risk of pulmonary embolism.
— After repeated attempts to avail medical aid from doctors in Egypt and Greece, Abd El Aty’s sister Shaimaa started an online campaign and wrote to noted Indian laparoscopy surgeon, Dr Muffazal Lakdawala for help.
— Eman Ahmed, who lay in a specially created bed by Egyptian artisans, traveled in EgyptAir freighter aircraft Airbus 300-600 to Mumbai and was brought to Saifee Hospital into a custom-modified truck, covered by all sides for security purposes.