In which cases are blood thinners used? Is it necessary to dilute the blood?

Experts referred to the well-known misconceptions of ‘intravascular coagulation’ or ‘vascular occlusions’ that can be seen in the heart, brain and other organs, which occur in those who have Covid-19 and have a severe disease. Explaining the issue, Prof. Dr. Osman Müftüoğlu said that in the threat of clotting, the doctor should make the decision to dilute the blood.

Covid-19, which has been under the influence of the world since 2020, has endangered the lives of people by causing intravascular coagulation in some patients or vascular occlusions in the heart, brain and different organs. While the majority of those who had the disease experienced serious coagulation problems, blood thinners for precautionary purposes almost disappeared! prof. Dr. Osman Müflüoğlu stated that even those who were in contact with blood thinners/thinners used blood thinners during the pandemic process, and underlined that more than 90 percent of those who take these preventative pills both spend unnecessary and face serious problems such as stomach, intestines and even brain bleeding, especially in elderly people. .

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Osman Muftuoglu

“DO NOT SWALLOW ASPIRIN IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A HEART DISEASE”

A world-renowned medical journal, JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association), states that there is no benefit to using aspirin in a blood thinner dose for preventive purposes in order to avoid cardiovascular disease, on the contrary, it is harmful. “If you have not yet had an overt cardiovascular disease, you should not start ‘primary prevention low-dose aspirin therapy'”In the magazine with his words, he was 60 years old. If there is no problem in terms of cardiovascular health yet,He underlines that the use of low-dose aspirin is not necessary to prevent a future heart attack, on the contrary, this measure does not provide any benefit.

On the other hand, experts say that the stomach may bleed with indirect or direct damage to the protective barrier of the stomach, and more importantly, if there is a risk of cerebral hemorrhage, the risk of cerebral palsy may increase because of that low-dose aspirin that is swallowed for protection.

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Who needs preventive aspirin?

“WHO NEEDS PROTECTIVE ASPIR?”

prof. Dr. Müftüoğlu’s statements on the subject, “Comprehensive and detailed analyzes of scientific studies conducted in the last 10 years tell us that the harm of using aspirin for ‘primary protection’, i.e. ‘prevention of disease’, may be much more than the expected benefit in people for whom cardiovascular disease has not yet emerged. However, this information is ‘secondary protection’. Because if you have an obvious cardiovascular disease, if the plaques or clots in your heart vessels are clearly and clearly identified, or if a ‘balloon/stent, coronary bypass’ has been applied to you for treatment, it is ‘must’ to swallow low-dose aspirin as a preventative. becomes a ‘rule’added his statements.

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