London Daily Mail quoted Doctors at Burjeel Hospital in Abu Dhabi as confirming that the super heavy woman died from complications from her weight, including heart disease and kidney dysfunction early Monday morning. This is what the statement said and added that she was kept under the supervision of 20 doctors with different medical specializations.
Before being shifted to Burjeel Hospital, Eman spent 82 days at Saifee Hospital, where she underwent a laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy procedure to battle her obesity, and was kept under close observation in a specially-constructed ward.
Abu Dhabi: A week after she had celebrated her birthday, Eman Ahmed, the world's heaviest woman, breathed her last in Abu Dhabi on Monday. That forced her to remain in a bed for years, and her lack of movement caused her weight to skyrocket.
Before the surgery, her family said she had not left her house in 25 years.
She was estimated to weigh near 500 kgs and had allegedly come down to less than 300 kgs in three months in Mumbai.
In February 2017, Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty travels to India for having the treatment to lose weight. She was taken to Burjeel Hospital on May 4. As she is suffering from Thyroid she stops going to school and gains excess weight by the age of 11.
Lakdawala said his priority was to save Eman and give her quality of life.
The hospital sent its condolences to her family. The case of Eman Ahmed's weight loss transformation was a breakthrough for the doctors at Saifee hospital.
Joining the debate, the bariatric surgery section chief Aparna Govil-Bhasker termed Shaimaa's allegations as "the worst kind of assault that a patient's family can do to a doctor".