Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Pak prisoner Sanaullah dies in Chandigarh hospital

Chandigarh, May 09, 2013

After days of struggle to survive, Pakistani prisoner Sanaullah lost battle for life on Thursday around 6.56am at Advanced Trauma Centre of the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh. Sanaullah died of multiple organ failure and his postmortem is

He was a Pakistani citizen lodged in Jammu jail who was brought to the Advanced Trauma Centre of the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh on Friday evening after he was allegedly attacked by a fellow prisoner in Jammu's Kot Bhalwal Jail. The 52-year-old Sanaullah was air lifted through an air ambulance on Friday from Jammu.

The attack had damaged his brain severely. From the day he was brought to the institute, his condition remained critical with severe head injuries.

The sources in the PGIMER revealed that the dead body will be handed over to officials from Pakistan consulate after an autopsy. The institute has also constituted a board of doctors, which will perform the autopsy.

All these days he remained on ventilator in deep comma in the intensive care unit of the trauma center. But his condition started deteriorating from Monday morning with metabolic deterioration in form of fluctuating blood sugar, spiking temperature.

Even hemodynamic (blood movement) status started worsening. Doctors tried to maintain the basic indicators with heavy dose of vasopressors (medicine to control blood pressure) and addition of hydrocortisone (a steroid given to increase blood sugar in body) for the same purpose. But according to doctors the injury was so grievous that it couldn't help much.

Two consulates from Pakistan High Commission including Abrar Hashmi, political consulate and Zargham Abbas, first secretary trade stayed in city since Saturday morning. They remained continuously in touch with doctors treating Sanaullah.

Even Paksitan high commissioner to India Salman Bashir also paid a visit on Monday to the Advanced Trauma Centre of the PGIMER to know the condition of Sanaullah.

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