Published: Tue, September 26, 2017
Worldwide | By Sean Reid

Eman Ahmad, world's heaviest woman dies in Abu Dhabi hospital

Eman Ahmad, world's heaviest woman dies in Abu Dhabi hospital

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.

Eman Ahmed, an Egyptian woman who underwent weight loss surgery, is carried on a stretcher as she leaves a hospital in Mumbai, India May 4, 2017.

Abd Al-Ati, 36, arrived at the Bureej hospital in Abu Dhabi on May 4 to complete her treatment trip which was started in Mumbai, India. It had only been a week that she was celebrating her 37th birthday. That forced her to remain in a bed for years, and her lack of movement caused her weight to skyrocket. Let me tell you because of obesity, the weight of the Eman was 500 kg, thats why she was said to be the world's heaviest woman. Doctors blamed her weight on a thyroid condition.

At the Burjeel Hospital, a team of around 20 healthcare professionals were treating her as per a treatment plan divided into three stages. At that time, he intended for her to lose another 155 to 175 pounds (70 to 80 kg) within the next couple of months. As reported, her family was not happy with the ongoing assistance and treatment at the Mumbai hospital and thus decided her to transfer her to a hospital in Abu Dhabi.

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Family members and relatives of Eman Ahmad are yet to come to terms with the loss of their beloved.

According to Saifee Hospital authorities, Ms Ahmed's treatment cost around Rs. 3 crore, of which around Rs. 65 lakh was donated by various people.

Eman was supposed to stay in the hospital for physiotherapy to help her get used of the limbs that have been basically dormant for years. Days before she left for the Abu Dhabi hospital, she had weighed in at 176 kg.in the presence of this reporter.

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