Eman Abdul Atti who was the world’s heaviest person in the world died on Monday due to different reasons. Doctors report that her death was due to kidney dysfunction. She was also suffering from heart disease. Eman Abdul Atti death report came from the Burjeel Hospital in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates.
She weighed in at one thousand one hundred and two pounds before she weighs loss surgery says her family. Eman Abdul Atti was able to recieve weight loss surgery in March 2017 in Mumbai at the Saifee Hospital. Eman Abdul Atti family and doctors report that after her weight loss surgery everything was going as planned. She had already lost over two hundred pounds both before and after her surgery. The weight loss surgeon Doctor Muffazal Lakdawala who performed Eman Abdul Atti surgery in March said he remembers the day of her surgery. She was so happy and began dancing in her medical bed.
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Doctor Muffazal Lakdawala successfully performed a laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy on Eman Abdul Atti. A laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy operation removes a large part of the already stretched stomach from being obese. Once the surgeon removes a large proportion of the stomach, the new stomach will be the size if an average banana. The banana size stomach is left inside the muscle that controls emptying the foods into the small intestines and so on.
Just recently before her death, Eman celebrated her thirty-seventh birthday with her close friends and family on September 9th, 2017. Her family says that when Eman Abdul Atti was born, that she had thyroid issues. Eman Abdul Atti family says by the time she was in the fifth grade she had to stop attending school because she was having difficulty moving around in school due to her weight. For as long as two decades, Eman Abdul Atti has scarcely abandoned her room, her family announced. She endured a stroke and, unfit to move or convey, her weight expanded to more than 1,000 pounds. Her family and friends will miss her dearly.