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Chris Cairns ki halat me sudhar I new zealand all rounder chris cairns condition is stable after surgery I Chris Cairns undergoes surgery I Chris Cairns New Zealand All Rounder I Chris Cairns on Ventilator

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  • Chris Cairns is in stable condition after surgery
  • Cairns was put on ventilator support
  • Cairns in critical condition, but stable and in ICU

Sydney: Former New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns is in stable condition after surgery. Cairns had collapsed in the Australian capital Canberra after falling ill and according to media reports was on life support.

Newshub’s sports presenter Andrew Gourdie tweeted: “The situation in Cairns has improved before being transferred to St. Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney. He has had surgery. The condition of Cairns is critical, but he is stable and in the ICU.

Earlier, in another tweet, he had said, ‘There has been a rumor that Cairns needs a heart transplant, this is not true. Transplantation is possible, but surgeons will see how his heart is working.

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According to various media reports, 51-year-old Cairns had collapsed last week in the Australian capital Canberra after his health deteriorated. Cairns was admitted to a hospital in Canberra. One of the great players of New Zealand cricket, Cairns is the son of a former player Lance Cairns, who was the best all-rounder of his time. Cairns played a total of 62 Tests, 215 ODIs and two T20Is for New Zealand from 1989 to 2006. He is currently a commentator at Sky Sport.


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