I am not a doctor, nor do I have a license to diagnose myself, but I have been on the path to understanding the psychology of health and the human condition for a long time.
Spokespeople for the health department in Spokane recently revealed that the city is now asking for the public’s help in locating the man who last week was hospitalized because of a mysterious “blood clot.” Police are asking for the public’s help in finding the man or his remains.
The Spokane police department is asking for the publics help in locating the man who was hospitalized. Police Chief Dan Sullivan told the media that three men came to the hospital late Wednesday night complaining of pain in their legs and arms. The three men were checked for a blood clot, but were determined to have no blood clots.
Blood clots are very likely to have moved into soft tissue. If the clot migrates to the kidney or heart, it can lead to a fatal blood clot. Even if there are no visible clots, you should go to your doctor for a check-up.
We don’t know for sure if these men were injured by the clots or if they were suffering from a more serious condition that has caused them to fall into a coma or have a stroke. We do know, however, that it was the clots that caused them to fall into a coma and that the clots were not causing them any trouble.
The clots that caused these men to fall into a coma? I don’t know much about medicine, but it seems to me that the clotting process requires a specific set of proteins (i.e., clotting factors) to work and these men do not have these proteins. This is not to say that they could not have a problem, but a person without protein-rich blood would probably not have a stroke.
I have to say it is the blood in the clots that has caused them to fall into a coma. If anyone has an idea for a treatment I would love to hear it.
The clotting process is a complicated process and we don’t yet know exactly what the problem is here, but it is my guess that the clotting process is the problem. It’s not likely the clotting factor problem, but it is my guess that a specific protein problem is the problem.
In our study of people with blood clots, we found that the protein responsible for clotting is blood-clotting factor VII (FVII). This protein is present in high quantities in the blood of people with blood clots and also in human placentas. For this reason, doctors have treated people with blood clots with blood-clotting factor VII (FVII). Unfortunately, this treatment had no effect on people who were not clots.
FVII is a clotting factor that can only be produced by the body if the blood is thromboplastin, which is a protein that sticks to the inside of blood vessels. This is why when a blood clot forms it sticks to the inside of the blood vessel so that when it thickens it can act as a clotting agent.