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Blood Clots in brain Prevention

June 20, 2013

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blood-clotBlood clotting in brain, which causes stroke that is caused by an artery to the brain leads to its obstruction. The most common form of heart attack happens, when a blood clot blocks the coronary artery that provides heart muscle. There are four types of strokes, in that two are not related to clotting and the other two are related to blood vessel or artery.

The Flaws of Mainstream Therapies:

The most effective means of blood clot control is through avoidance. For patients who are at high-risk, mainstream prophylaxis against thrombosis and its problems often contains highly effective anti-clotting medicines. These require cautious tracking and undesirable dietary restrictions.

Conventional medicines used to avoid blood clotting, such as warfarin, increase the potential for serious blood loss as well as the chance of death rate from traumatic accidents. Moreover, warfarin may lead to long-term side effects, such as increased chance of atherosclerosis and osteoporosis.

Blood clot in brain is mainly caused due to

Platelets: Small pieces of larger tissues known as megakaryocytes, platelets flow through the blood vessels and carry important ingredients such as necessary proteins and other cellular signaling molecules. A platelet has a life expectancy of about 7–10 days.

Red Blood Cells: The common type of blood cell, red blood cells transport oxygen from the respiratory system and deliver it to all the cells of the body.

White Blood Cells: The cells of the immune system, white blood cells originate in the bone marrow as stem cells that differentiate into various types of immune cells.

Fibrin: A web-like proteinaceous gel, fibrin holds other elements of the clog together.

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