330 KG Man Noorul Hassan dies in Lahore

By WebDesk, BOL News

08th July, 2019

330 KG Man Noorul Hassan dies in Lahore

Monday 08th July, 2019

Sadiqabad based 330kg man Noorul Hassan, suffering from extreme obesity, breathed his last today in Lahore’s Shalamar Hospital.

According to details, Noorul Hassan died as his heart stopped working.

Family sources while confirming the sad news said that he had been in the ICU for ten days after his surgery and was getting better.

According to Dr. Maaz, supervising Noor’s case said that Noorul Hassan died because of this perturbation in the hospital.

Dr. Maaz of Shalimar Hospital was treating Noor ul Hassan without any compensation.

They had done a successful surgery of the 55-year-old on June 28 after which he was said to be recovering.

It is pertinent to mention that doctors said earlier after the surgery that Hassan’s weight would be reduced by around 100kg within a span of one year , adding that in the next two years his weight would come to a normal level and he would be able to walk.

Noor Hassan was shifted to Lahore from Sadiqabad in a military helicopter after Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Omer Jawed Bajwa directed a special medical treatment for him.

Noor Hassan had appealed the army chief to help him for traveling to Lahore after which, the top military official directed to shift the man to the hospital on air ambulance.

According to doctors, 100 kg of Noor was to be reduced in the first six months while it would have taken two years for him to become completely healthy.

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