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Chris Cairns The Legendary New Zealand Cricketer Is On Life Support After A Strange Medical Crisis

Chris Cairns, a legendary New Zealand cricketer, is reportedly on life support after falling in Australia during a strange medical crisis that has fans worried.
According to several media accounts, Cairns, 51, suffered an aortic dissection in Canberra last week and has subsequently undergone several procedures.
Nevertheless, according to several media sites, including the New Zealand Herald, Cairns has not responded to treatment.
The former Black Cap will be transported to a Sydney specialized hospital.
A tear in the innermost layer of the body’s main artery, which branches from the heart, caused the major medial emergency.
Aortic dissection can be fatal if blood can flow through the outside layer of the big blood vessel’s wall.
The renowned right-handed batsman and fast-medium bowler is regarded as one of his generation’s most gifted all-rounders.
Between 1989 and 2006, Cairns represented New Zealand in 62 test matches, 215 one-day internationals, and two Twenty20 matches.
The New Zealander went on to commentate for Sky News and is now the CEO of SmartSportz, a company that creates virtual sports.
The 51-year-old had been living and working in Canberra for some years with his wife and two children until collapsing last week.
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