Hyderabad, September 14, 2011
Doctors treating former Indian cricket captain Mohammed Azharuddin's son Ayazuddin, who was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident on Sunday, said today that his status continued to remain critical.
Dr Hari Prasad, CEO, Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad, where Ayazuddin, 19, has been admitted, said he remained unconscious and his neurological status (following hypoxia due to cardiac arrest prior to arrival at the hospital) continued to be a cause of grave concern.
"He is being continuously monitored by a multi-specialty team round the clock. His vital parameters are being maintained with supports and he continues to be on the ventilator," he added.
Yeserday, the hospital had said that Ayazuddin had continuous bleeding from the injury to the left kidney and a left nephrectomy had been performed yesterday morning.
On Monday, the hospital had said that Ayazuddin, the second son of Azharuddin, had multi-organ failure and was being supported with medication and other treatment to maintain his vital functions. It had said that the prognosis and outcome were guarded due to the severity of the injury.
According to it, Ayazuddin was admitted to the hospital on Sunday in a "collapsed state" with "polytrauma" following the accident.
It said he had had multiple cardiac arrests and was revived following multiple interventions and massive blood transfusions. He has extensive chest and kidney injury, the bulletin had said on Monday.
Meanwhile, Azharuddin, now a Congress Lok Sabha member from Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh, flew in here from London early on Monday. His sister's son Ajmal-ur-Rahman, 16, was killed in the same accident.
Ayazuddin met with the accident when his Suzuki high-power sports bike skidded off the road. His cousin Ajmal was riding pillion. Ayazuddin is Azharuddin's son from his first wife Noureen.