World’s ‘heaviest’ woman Eman Ahmed passes away
Egyptian national Eman Ahmed, who had been undergoing treatment for weight loss, passed away in Abu Dhabi’s Burjeel hospital.
According to an official spokesperson, she had shown improvement in emotional and psychological growth parameters.
She passed away on Monday morning at 4.35 am due to complications from the underlying co-morbid conditions.
Eman suffered from kidney dysfunction and heart disease that worsened her condition in the last few days.
“She had been under supervision of 20 doctors from different specialties,” a hospital official said.
The 36-year-old Egyptian, estimated to be world’s heaviest woman until January this year, was bed-ridden for last three years.
She was initially brought to India for bariatric procedure under Mumbai-based Saifee Hospital.
Eman was lifted in a crane in February and brought in a cargo carrier from Egypt to Indian after her younger sister had requested for treatment.
She was estimated to weigh near 500 kgs and had allegedly come down to less than 300 kgs in three months in Mumbai.