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  • Blood clots (infarcts) and hemorrhages in the brain About 10 per cent of all brain infarcts cause epilepsy.

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  • It also enhances the body's ability to dissolve blood clots.

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  • The child's family medical history is evaluated to determine if there is a history of cardiovascular or neurological diseases that might increase the risk of blood clots.

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  • These crystals are extremely resistant to absorption, are found in old blood clots, and have been known to persist in old cerebral haemorrhages after many years.

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  • The right side of the heart is frequently dilated, with clots in the cavities.

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  • Originating emotion still clots the lines and, while we strive for originality, the work becomes muddled, pretentious or incoherent.

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  • Why doesn't everyone take aspirin to prevent blood clots?

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  • Anticoagulants can stop new blood clots from forming and old ones growing, but they are unable to dissolve existing clots.

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  • Low dose aspirin helps to prevent blood clots forming inside arteries, which helps to prevent a further stroke.

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  • Blood clots (thrombi) are clumps of a naturally-occurring protein called fibrin which can accumulate in a blood vessel.

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  • Explain how blood clots by platelets producing thrombin, which converts soluble fibrinogen into insoluble fibrin.

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  • Garlic is also able to inhibit platelet stickiness, reducing the risk of blood clots.

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  • Improving blood flow throughout the body, Ginkgo biloba can also reduce blood ' stickiness ', which lowers the risk of blood clots.

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  • And ranging through the clots of cloud, the noonday sun winks on and off.

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  • But it was a small amount, and she vomited violently material full of clots.

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  • According to the University of Maryland Medical Center there is some research that suggests that ginger can lower cholesterol and help prevent blood clots.

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  • They work by decreasing the clotting factor to make it more difficult for dangerous blood clots to form, and also make it easier for blood to pass through constricted arteries.

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  • Heart Disease-While the evidence is still uncertain, preliminary studies indicate ginger may lower cholesterol and inhibit blood clots.

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  • As a result of the bleeding, doctors ordered 10 units of the anti-clotting drug Heparin, to be injected into the babies intravenously in order to prevent dangerous blood clots.

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  • Properly fitted and worn according to your doctor's instructions, men's support socks improve blood circulation, prevent blood clots, and relieve aches and pains.

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  • In this condition, the upper chambers (atria) of the heart do not completely empty when the heart beats, which can allow blood clots to form.

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  • Coagulation, or clotting, is a complex process in which specific proteins found in blood plasma combine with other blood components, including platelets, to form clots and prevent blood loss.

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  • The misshapen cells may clog blood vessels, preventing oxygen from reaching tissues and leading to pain, blood clots and other problems.

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  • Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) is a condition in which blood clots occur within blood vessels in a number of tissues.

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  • In some cases, an atrial septal defect can allow blood clots from the body to enter the brain and cause a stroke.

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  • Also at risk are the smaller veins and arteries, which can develop blood clots.

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  • Warfarin-An anticoagulant drug given to treat existing blood clots or to control the formation of new blood clots.

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  • The doctor will usually have the patient sit upright or lie on one side and will remove blood clots, broken teeth, vomitus, or other foreign bodies from the nose or throat.

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  • Other medications may include anticoagulants (blood thinners) to reduce the risk of blood clots and stroke, ACE inhibitors to decrease artery constriction and improve blood flow, and inotropes to strengthen the heart's contractions.

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  • Either serum, the liquid portion of the blood after it clots, or plasma may be used.

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  • Perinatal morbidity is associated with infections, reactions to anesthesia agents, blood clots, and bleeding.

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  • Walking stimulates the circulation to avoid formation of blood clots and promotes bowel movement.

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  • Infants who later develop CP, along with their mothers, are more likely than other mother-infant pairs to have coagulation disorders (coagulopathies) that put them at increased risk for bleeding episodes or blood clots.

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  • More serious injuries can cause skull fracture, blood clots between the skull and the brain, or bruising and tearing of the brain tissue itself.

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  • He or she will remove any blood clots from the nose with suction.

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  • The doctor will usually have the child sit upright or lie on one side, and will remove blood clots, broken teeth, or other foreign bodies from the nose or throat.

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  • Occasionally, blood clots can develop in the injured area.

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  • The next step is to remove dead tissue, foreign matter, and blood clots, all of which can become sources of infection.

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  • Blood clots in the renal arteries are uncommon, but when they do occur, there is a risk of pulmonary embolism, a dangerous condition that occurs when the clot or a portion of the clot dislodges and travels to the lungs.

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  • Vascular ultrasound is a non-invasive ultrasound method used to examine blood circulation and detect the presence of blood clots.

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  • Anticoagulant medications, including heparin or warfarin and low-dose aspirin, may be prescribed to prevent existing blood clots from enlarging and to prevent the formation of new clots.

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  • Thrombolytics-Drugs that dissolve blood clots.

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  • Blood clots also can get trapped in narrowed arteries, blocking the flow of blood.

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  • However, infection, poor healing, loss of feeling or motion, blood clots, and adverse reactions to anesthesia are all possible complications of surgery.

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  • Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) occurs when the malfunction of clotting factors causes platelets to form clots in small blood vessels throughout the body.

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  • Heparin-An organic acid that occurs naturally in the body and prevents blood clots.

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  • Most patients with Kawasaki syndrome will recover completely, but about 1-2 percent die as a result of blood clots forming in the coronary arteries or as a result of a heart attack.

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  • In women with certain health problems, however, oral contraceptives may cause problems such as liver cancer, noncancerous liver tumors, blood clots, or stroke.

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  • Clots in the veins can now pass through the hole in the heart and directly enter the aorta, where they can do much more damage than in the lungs such as causing infarcts in the brain.

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  • Individuals with VWD, therefore, have difficulty in forming blood clots, and as a result, they may bleed for a longer time.

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  • Bleeding is the biggest risk for ECMO patients, since blood thinners (most often heparin) are given to guard against blood clots.

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  • Stroke, which may be caused by bleeding or blood clots in the brain, has occurred in some children undergoing ECMO.

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  • Surgery is used to connect an artery and vein so that arterial blood pressure and flow rate widens the vein and decreases the chance of blood clots forming inside the vein.

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  • Progestin-only pills, also known as mini-pills, were developed for women who cannot take estrogen, such as women who are breast-feeding or who may develop blood clots.

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  • Like other birth control pills, Seasonale birth control also carries a small risk of causing dangerous blood clots, heart attack, or stroke.

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  • Birth control pills raise the risk of developing blood clots in the legs.

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  • These clots do not happen often, but when they do they are dangerous because they can travel to the lungs.

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  • Side effects of the high estrogen dose included increased risk of heart attack, stroke, and dangerous blood clots.

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  • Low dose pills carry a lower risk of heart attack, stroke, and blood clots than their predecessors.

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  • Women who have had blood clots in the past should not use the pill.

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  • These effects include blood clots, strokes, and more.

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  • Although these problems do not happen often, people with a history of blood clots, heart attack, or stroke are advised not to use the patch.

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  • The higher estrogen level may increase the risk of blood clots.

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  • There may be a connection between hormonal birth control and retinal thrombosis (blood clots within the eye).

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  • Blood clots - including deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism.

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  • Disadvantages include nausea, headaches, blood clots, and breast tenderness.

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  • Some women may also experience heavy bleeding, blood clots, perforation of the uterus, or damage to the cervix.

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  • Birth control pills also slightly increase the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, high potassium levels, and blood clots.

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  • In 1962, there were reports that 132 women had formed blood clots and 11 deaths were attributed to pill usage.

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  • Other risks include an increased risk of a heart attack, high blood pressure, blood clots, stroke, or liver tumors.

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  • When platelets stick together, they can form clumps or clots, which may lead to heart attacks or strokes.

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  • The risk also exists for clots to form if the plaque lining the blood vessels dislodges and blocks a coronary artery, causing damage or a heart attack.

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  • Pulmonary hypertension is a serious disorder, and can lead to many complications including blood clots, heart failure, and even death.

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  • A 1973 New England Journal of Medicine report by the famous Boston physician Paul Dudley White linked corsets to diseases of the bowel and heart and blood clots in the legs.

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  • Botox can cause headaches, clots, double vision, bruising and droopiness of the eye, but these are all usually temporary.

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  • The originating emotion still clots the lines or, in striving for originality, the work becomes muddled, pretentious or incoherent.

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  • The latter is often associated with sequential clearing of CSF as it is collected; streaks of blood in an otherwise clear fluid; or a sample that clots.

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