Posted 6/12/2021 07:15 (#9054633 - in reply to #9054085) Subject: RE: Contradiction
So let’s establish the baseline..
Blood circulation is necessary for life.....
There is occasionally an injury that causes bleeding
So there’s a blood clotting system to stop that.... but go back to blood circulation being necessary for life.......so there’s a system to inhibit clotting and to break down clots. There’s a balance between the two sides and we're happy and healthy.
Then along comes COVID and causes damage to the cells lining blood vessels......lots of damage in many different organs all at the same time. This triggers the blood clotting system in a big way and if unchecked it sometimes results in clots that block blood flow to heart, brain etc. So the docs add anticoagulants to oppose the clotting.
Now there’s a situation where there’s a lot of clotting factors in circulation, both pro clotting and anti clotting. It seems to me that in that ramped up situation it’s easy to loose the balance that’s required and the end result can be clots or bleeding or sometimes both.
After all, administering anti clot drugs into the body is about like using a hammer to balance a scale. It can work, but it’s easy to unbalance things worse. After all, the fact that the clotting system is out of balance to start with is indicative of how difficult this process is to get right. Your body with it’s fine tuned systems can’t do it alone because the virus has done this damage.
It’s likely that when they measure the TPA in the blood, it’s just a measure of how much damage the virus has done. More damage, more TPA, higher risk of death.