Tag Archives: Dysoxic coagulopathy

Pro-Oxygen Factors That Preserve Circulating Blood and Anti-Oxygen Factors That Damage Circulating Blood

Majid Ali, M.D. Factors That Preserve Blood Components And Factor That damage Blood Components   Majid Ali, M.D.FACTORS THAT PRESERVE BLOOD ComponentsCELLS AND FACXTORS THAT DAMAGE BLOOD COMPONENTS Pro-oxidant Promoters of Oxidopathy Antioxidant Blockers of Oxidopathy Lifestyle hyperadrenergic states Prayer, meditation and spiritual work Physical inactivity Limbic exercise28 Hyperglycemic-hypoglycemic shifts/diabetes Optimal choices in the kitchen27 Hypertension Optimal hydration, rebounding exercise

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Sticky Blood Cells in Blood With Excess Acidity and Free radical Activity

Majid Ali, M.D. The upper photograph shows Figure 7 shows damaged and sticky red blood cells of a cells  a 52-year-old man with persistent atrial fibrillation. Close examination shows some zones of congealing surrounding many damaged red blood cells. The lower photograph shows a higher degree of stress on blood cells with breakdown of some cells with cellular fragmentation.   

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Dysoxic (Oxidative) Coagulopathy – Earliest Changes

Majid Ali, M.D. In the early 1990s, I introduced the term “oxidative coagulopathy” for a state in which microclots composed of blood plasma alone or plasma with blood corpuscles form in the circulating blood. In the late 1990s, I recognized the more fundamental roles of oxygen’ signaling, cellular detox, and cellular detergent functions. In 1998, I introduced the term dysoxygenosis (dysox, for short)  in

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