The heaviest woman in the world arrive to India for treatment

The heaviest woman in the world arrive to India for treatment

NEW DELHI, 10 Feb — RIA Novosti. Egyptian Iman Ahmed Abdulati, which is due to disease weighs about 500 pounds and is considered the most heavy woman in the world on Saturday will arrive in the Indian Mumbai, where he will get treatment, the newspaper reports Hindustan Times.

The tragic story of Egyptian women announced in October, the TV channel Al Arabiya. Doctors describe the state of the 36-year-old resident of Alexandria as a “white disease” and “defect glands”. The woman suffered a stroke and bedridden.

At the end of last year in case Abdulati drew the attention of Mumbai doctor Muffazal Lakdawala specializing in bariatric and laparoscopic surgery and volunteered to help the woman. He asked the foreign Minister of India Sushma Swaraj to assist in the issuance of a visa for Abdulati — she could not in accordance with the rules to attend the interview at the Consulate of India. After the intervention of the Minister, an Egyptian received a visa.

— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) February 10, 2017

Saturday morning Abdulati will be delivered in Mumbai cargo plane Airbus 300-600 company of Egyptair, specially modified to transport the patient. Upon arrival she was immediately taken to the hospital saifee. The company Egyptair wrote a letter to notify the airport of Mumbai, about an unusual flight.

“I hereby put you on notice that Egyptair will carry out non-scheduled cargo flight to deliver a patient weighing 500 pounds, in saifee hospital for treatment,” the Hindustan Times quoted a letter from the airline.

The flight is expected to arrive at about 04:10 local time (01:40 GMT). As previously reported, treatment Abdulati will take more than one month. First, it will pass a number of tests followed by the necessary operations.

The operations will be implemented in stages with breaks to ensure that Egyptian woman successfully and without complications will take surgery. Lakdawala expects to cover the costs of treatment through donations, he organized a fundraiser on the website

Minister Sushma Swaraj, meanwhile, has reacted to the news of the arrival Abdulati, wishing her success.

“Lakdawalla told me that Iman Ahmad is in Mumbai from Egypt for the surgery. I wish her a successful operation,” she wrote in his microblog on Twitter.

In turn Lakdawala thanked her for her help in the results Abdulati visas, noting that therefore the Minister “gave Iman a second chance at life.”