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 cause bloody clots?
- How do blood clots migrate into the heart and lungs?
- What happens to the heart rhythm when blood clots pass through the heart valves?
- Do blood clots have anything to do with palpitations or dizzy spells?
- Do blood clots interfere with breathing?
- Do blood clots sometimes cause asthma?
- Can blood clots cause coughing, gagging or sneezing?
- Do blood clots cause panic attacks?
- Do blood clots cause fainting? Seizures? 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
- Synchronized sequential rhythmic cardiac contractions generate blood flows
- Fast flowing blood generates electrical charges
- Atrial contractions generate blood flow that creates the P Wave of the EKG
- Ventricular contractions generate blood flow that creates the QRS Wave
- Aortic and Pulmonary artery contractions generate blood flow that creates the T Wave of the EKG
- The Cardiac Cycle outlined by Dr Wilhem Einthoven is incorrect and needs updating
- Blood clots cause premature beats of the atria and ventricles when they slow down blood flow through the tricuspid and pulmonary valves
- Blood clots cause fluttering and flip flop palpitations
- Blood clots interfere with blood flow at the pulmonary valve and cause the heart to skip beats
- Consecutive skipped beats interrupt blood flow to the brain and cause fainting
- Long periods of fainting lead to cerebral acidosis that causes convulsions
- Supersize bloody clots plug up the pulmonary valve and cause sudden cardiac arrest
Blood Clot Formation:
- Lactic acid causes blood to coagulate into detritus and thrombus
- Exercise induced asthma is caused by detritus
- Cancer, PMS, infection, and pregnancy cause lactic acid formation
- Diabetes, alcohol and deep sleep increase metabolic acidosis
- Marathon runners develop lactic acid and premature ventricular contractions
Thrombo Associated Diseases:
- Carbon monoxide poisoning
- Congestive heart failure
- Exercise induced asthma
- Foot / leg injury
- GERD (gastro esophogeal reflux disease)
- Macular degeneration
- Malignant hyperthermia
- Panic attacks
- Peripheral Neuropathy
- PMS (pre-menstrual syndrome)
- Sick Sinus Syndrome
- Sleep apnea
- Irregular pulse, premature beats, skipped beats, fast / slow pulse rate
- Palpitations: fluttering / flip flop palpitations
- Fluttering sensations in chest and neck
- Dizzy spells, fainting spells, seizures, sudden cardiac arrest
- Sore legs, phlebitis
- Light headed sensations, confusion, brain fog, inability to concentrate
- Night time sleep arousal, night sweats, racing heart beat
- Low grade fever, headaches, irritability, fatigue
- Exercise induced asthma
- Choking, coughing, sneezing spells
- Shortness of breath, dyspnea
- Panic Attacks
- History: palpitations, coughing, irregular fast slow heartbeat, night sweats with racing heart, panic attacks with choking, coughing, gagging and shortness of breath
- Physical Examination: abnormal rapid / slow pulse with premature beats, variable soft grade II systolic heart murmurs
- Electrocardiogram shows tachycardia, atrial flutter / fibrillation, bradycardia, premature atrial / ventricular beats, tachy-brady / brady-tachy / sick sinus syndrome
- Echocardiograms show pulmonary valve insufficiency / tricuspid valve regurgitation
- Arterial blood gases show elevated CO2 and low oxygen saturations
- Expired end-tidal CO2 levels show variability that corresponds to desaturations
- Carbon monoxide concentration increases with acidosis
- Carboxyhemoglobin is a biomarker that locates the origin of thrombus and detritus
Treatment / Prevention of Bloody Clots
- Daily hydration prevents dehydration and hyper coagulation
- Restful sleep eliminates metabolic acidosis
- Avoid excess drug and alcohol use
- Diet: control how much and what you eat
- Sequential venous compression prevents blood clots
- Vibration exercise oscillates bloody clots out of heart valves
- Vibration separates bloody detritus back into individual cells
which increases surface area, thereby increasing the absorption of oxygen during inspiration
- Moderate aerobic exercise: golf, sex, bowling, gardening, walking, yoga, tai chi . . .
What do doctors know about ThromboCardia?
- Most doctors have never heard of ThromboCardia.
- New theories and discoveries are presented at medical meetings.
- It takes time for medical research scientists and biomedical engineers to learn that blood clots cause the heart to skip a beat.
- And it takes time to implement biomedical devices that warn and protect passengers as blood clots cause airline pilots to develop fainting spells.
The importance of the discovery of ThromboCardia
- First, a new scientific interpretation of the electrocardiogram will facilitate the recognition of blood clots at the tricuspid and pulmonary valves.
- Second, the pulse oximeter evaluates peripheral carboxyhemoglobin, locates the origin of blood clots and evaluates peripheral neuropathy.
- Next, vibration therapy oscillates bloody clots out of heart valves which improves cardiac output and translates into a happier, healthier life.
- Last, the pulse oximeter can predict sudden fainting spells that lead to tragic human errors during public transportation. Current biomedical devices can be modified to alert airline passengers of impending danger.
Learn and Live — American Heart Association / American Stroke Association