Welcome to Thrombo.Info
by Dr Bode
The Happy Heart
The happy heart beats like a clock.
Do you ever lie awake at night and wonder . . .
Why does my heart beat fast or slow?
Our hearts respond to impurities that are floating around inside our blood vessels.
Blood clots directly impact heart rhythm, cardio-pulmonary and brain function.
Bodensteiner Medical Research theorizes that blood clots cause the heart to skip a beat.
- What makes the heart skip a beat?
- How does a blood clot cause the heart to skip a beat?
- What causes blood to coagulate into bloody clots?
- Why does lactic acid (hypoxic metabolic acid) cause bloody clots?
- What makes blood clots migrate (embolize) into heart valves?
- What happens to the heart rhythm as clots pass through different heart valves?
- Do blood clots have anything to do with fluttering / flip flop palpitations?
- Why do arrhythmias cause low blood pressure with lightheaded dizzy spells?
- Do blood clots interfere with breathing?
- Why do blood clots sometimes cause exercise induced asthma?
- Why do blood clots cause coughing, gagging or sneezing?
- Do blood clots cause hypoxic circulatory 'suffocation' and panic attacks?
- Do blood clots cause pulseless fainting? Seizures? Sudden pulseless cardiac arrest?
- How does CPR reanimate someone with cardiac arrest without using defibrillation?
Bodensteiner Thrombo Theory:
- The heart has four valves that connect six pumping parts
- The six pumping parts include four chambers and two great arteries
- The heart is composed of two pumps intimately connected like Siamese twins
- Synchronized rhythmic cardiac contractions generate six separate blood flows
- Fast flowing waters down the mountain side generate streaming electrical potentials
- Fast flowing blood through muscular tubes (arteries) generates electrical waves
- Atrial contractions generate blood flow that create P waves of the EKG
- Abnormal P waves have two parts: examine the wide split p wave of mitral stenosis
- Ventricular contractions generate blood flow that create QRS waves
- Abnormal QRS waves have two parts: examine the wide split QRS wave of the PVC
- Aortic and Pulmonary artery contractions create T waves
- Abnormal T waves have two parts: examine the wide bifid T wave of the long QT
- The Cardiac Cycle outlined by Einthoven is obsolete and needs updating
- Blood clots cause thrombocardia at the tricuspid and pulmonary valves
- Clots passing through the tricuspid valve cause premature atria contractions
- Consecutive premature atrial contraction (PAC) is supra-ventricular tachycardia
- Clots passing through the pulmonary valve → premature ventricular contraction
- Blood clots cause fluttering and / or flip flop palpitations = 'rebellious' palpitations
- Clots at the tricuspid valve cause fluttering jugular pulsations (pulsus reversus)
- Clots at the pulmonary valve → flip flow palpitations + pulsus interruptus
- Clots → Tachy-Brady + Brady-Tachy = Sick Sinus Syndrome
- Consecutive skipped beats interrupt blood flow to the brain and cause fainting spells
- Long periods of skipped beats → unconscious convulsions = self CPR
- Supersize clots plug up the pulmonary valve → sudden unconscious cardiac arrest
Blood Clot Formation:
- Lactic acid (anaerobic glucose metabolism) causes blood to coagulate into detritus
- Detritus = thrombus incompletus
- Detritus (blood plasma proteins, platelets, red blood cells) + time → thrombus
- Detritus causes exercise induced asthma
- Cancer, PMS, infection, pregnancy → lactic acid (anaerobic metabolism)
- Diabetes, alcohol, compartment syndrome → lactic acid → blood clots
- Marathon runners develop lactic acid → premature ventricular contractions
Thrombo Associated Diseases:
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: lactic acid is the aseptic virus that causes chronic fatigue
- Congestive heart failure: often cause by blood clot accumulation in valves
- Exercise induced asthma: is caused by pulmonary embolism of detritus
- Infection: anaerobic germ metabolism of glucose → lactic acid → blood clots
- Foot, leg, knee, or hip injury → lactic acid → blood clots
- GERD (gastro esophageal reflux disease): night time emboli versus esophagus → burping + aerophagia → burping during sleep → GERD
- Insomnia: night time emboli into tricuspid valve → tachycardia → sleep arrousal
- Macular degeneration: micro emboli
- Malignant hyperthermia: pulmonary emboli → atelectasis ↓ aircooling during respiration → hyperthermia
- Narcolepsy: pulmonary embolism of detritus → ↓ exhalation of CO2 → hypercapnea → CO2 narcosis = narcolepsy
- Panic attacks: thrombocardia at pulmonary valve stops blood flow into lungs → hypoxia panic attack followed by syncope followed by convulsion & SCA
- Peripheral Neuropathy: lactic acid → alters sensation & causes neuropathy
- Pleurisy: pulmonary emboli → acute pulmonary ischemia → sharp chest pains!
- PMS (pre-menstrual syndrome)
- Seizures: pulmonary emboli into pulmonary valve → hypoxemia → acidosis → brain cells lose polarity & short circuit & send emergency signals: tonic + clonic motion is unconscious self CPR!
- Sick Sinus Syndrome is caused by thrombocardia at tricuspid and pulmonary valves
- Sleep apnea: peripheral & central in nature
- Syncope: often caused by consecutive skipped beats due to thrombocardia at pulmonary valve
- Tinnitus: emboli of detritus into sensitive area of inner ear
- Choking, coughing, sneezing spells
- Dizzy spells
- Exercise induced asthma
- Fainting, seizures, sudden cardiac arrest
- Fluttering / flip flop palpitations
- Fluttering sensations in chest and neck
- premature beats, skipped beats, fast / slow pulse rate
- Light headed sensations, confusion, brain fog, inability to concentrate
- Low grade fever, headache, irritability, fatigue
- Night time sleep arousal, night sweats, racing heart beat
- Shortness of breath, dyspnea
- History: fluttering / flip-flop palpitations, night sweats with racing heartbeats, insomnia, panic attacks with choking, coughing, sneezing with shortness of breath, chronic fatigue, chronic brochitis, ‘flu’ syndrome, fast weak irregular heartbeat / slow strong 'pounding' heartbeats, peripheral neuropathy
- Physical Examination: slow strong pulsus bigeminus (PVC's) mixed with fast weak premature atrial heartbeats (PAC’s), paradoxical soft musical grade I – II systolic heart murmurs at the pulmonary valve, pulsus reversus in jugular veins during fluttering sensations
- Pulse Oximetry: paradoxical oxygen desaturation events, elevated peripheral carboxyhemoglobin in sore extremities with phlebitis & peripheral neuropathy
- Electrocardiogram: supra-ventricular tachycardia, premature atrial beats, atrial flutter / fibrillation, bradycardia, premature ventricular beats, tachy-brady / brady-tachy / sick sinus syndrome
- Echocardiogram: pulmonary valve insufficiency / tricuspid valve regurgitation
- Arterial Blood Gas (ABG): elevated carbon dioxide saturation (hypercapnea), low oxygen saturation, elevated carboxyhemoglobin
- Capnography: end tidal expired carbon dioxide demonstrate paradoxical decreases that corresponds to paradoxical oxygen desaturation events on the pulse oximeter
Treatment / Prevention of Bloody Clots
- 8 hours of rest / sleep every night decreases metabolic acidosis
- Avoid excess drug and alcohol use
- Daily water intake prevents dehydration that leads to hyper coagulation
- Diet & Nutrition: control how much and what you eat
- Moderate aerobic exercise: golf, sex, bowling, gardening, walking, yoga, tai chi
- Sequential venous compression treats & prevents blood clots
- Ultrasound: helps resolve inflammation and phlebitis
- Vibration exercise oscillates bloody clots out of heart valves
- Vibration separates bloody detritus into individual cells which increases surface area
- Vibration therapy increase cardiac ejection fraction
- Vibration therapy increases mean SpO2 and decreases mean SpCO
What do doctors know about ThromboCardia?
Thrombocardia is a new theory and is being published.
New discoveries are presented at meetings and evaluated.
- It takes time for scientists to learn that blood clots get caught inside heart valves and cause palpitations with premature heart beats and pulse deficits.
- It takes time for scientists to discover and understand that EKG waves are not caused by cardiac muscle action potentials during depolarization and repolarization
- It takes time to learn that EKG waves are generated three separate blood flows generated by three separate pairs of cardiac contractions
- It takes time to understand that the T wave is created by peristaltic contractions of the aorta and pulmonary artery
- It takes time to understand that Q waves during Takotsubo are created by the downward and outward bulging of the apex of the vetricles at the start of systole
The importance of the discovery of ThromboCardia
- First, the EKG can diagnose blood clots at the tricuspid and pulmonary valves
- Second, the pulse oximeter evaluates peripheral carboxyhemoglobin
- Carboxyhemoglobin evaluates peripheral neuropathy
- Carboxyhemoglobin locates the origin of blood clots
- Next, vibration therapy oscillates bloody clots out of heart valves
- Vibration therapy improves cardiac output & translates into a happier & healthier life
- Cell phone monitors can diagnose impending narcolepsy and emit warning signals!
- Airline pilots, truck drivers, train engineers can take action to protect themselves and passengers from mysterious narcolepsy that causes tragic human errors.
Learn and Live — American Heart Association / American Stroke Association