She had been under the supervision of over 20 doctors from different specialities, said the report.
World's heaviest woman, Eman Ahmed, who weighed 500 kilos, was flown to Mumbai in the month of February for treatment. Abd El Aty's weight reached an estimated 1,100 pounds previous year, and efforts by her sister to find medical help seemed futile. Doctors there told Indian media she weighed roughly 1,100 pounds at the time, prior to emergency Bariatric surgery she underwent in March to dramatically reduced her weight.
She first had surgery in Mumbai, losing about 317kg after being transported from Egypt on a specially adapted cargo plane following a tweet to India's foreign minister pleading for help. But after the disputes, her sister had taken her back to Abu Dhabi. Also, the doctor's aim is to lose her excess weight and reduce the weight to a minimum of 100 kg.
Eman's family expressed their appreciation and care and treatment provided to her by Burjeel Hospital. The news of Eman's untimely death has left the world shocked.
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Eman Ahmed Abdul Atti waves to the cameras during a press conference at her hospital in Abu Dhabi.
Ms Ahmed had a rare thyroid condition which drastically affected her metabolism, with a series of knock-on effects on her heart, kidneys and respiratory system.
Towards the end of her stay at Saifee, relations between Ms. Selim and Dr. Lakdawala went into a tailspin, with the former alleging she wasn't getting proper treatment, and she was shifted to Burjeel Hospital.
Lakdawala said his priority was to save Eman and give her quality of life. "If a patient's treatment is over, we can't unnecessarily keep her in hospital", said Huzaifa Sahebi, the COO of Saifee Hospital which treated her free of cost.