Thrombocytopenia: Normal cold cough can be a serious disease, blood clot can form in the brain. - Newztezz Online


Wednesday, October 11, 2023

Thrombocytopenia: Normal cold cough can be a serious disease, blood clot can form in the brain.

Common cold cough can be a serious disease, blood clot can form in the brain.

If pathogens attack any person, then first of all it weakens his immunity so that any virus can easily attack him and the pathogens can become stronger. In this entire process the human immunity becomes weak. Which is called thrombocytopenia. This is a condition in which the platelet level of the entire body falls. In such a situation, there is not enough power to heal any wound or to stop the bleeding or to form clots. 

In normal cold-cough, formation of blood clots in the brain is very rare.

Adenovirus infection, the most common type of flu, causes respiratory illness, according to a recent study conducted by Stephen Moll, MD, and Jacqueline Baskin-Miller, MD, at the UNC School of Medicine. Due to this, blood clots can also occur in the brain. This is a very rare case. This research published in the New England Journal of Medicine states that the cause of thrombocytopenia in this case is anti-platelet factor 4 disorder (anti-PF4). 

Only those with strong immunity can avoid this

After Corona, everyone is aware of the word antibody. Which are proteins produced by our body which control the disease after the attack so that our immunity remains strong. However, in anti-PF4, these antibodies stick to the surface of the PF-4 protein which is released by platelets. This can cause rapid removal of platelets from the bloodstream.

The findings of this research are the result of an effort to help clarify the diagnosis of two patients presenting with symptoms of thrombocytopenia. The first patient was a small child who was hospitalized with a blood clot in the brain and severe thrombocytopenia. Doctors concluded that this blood clotting disorder was not the result of heparin or COVID-19 vaccination, which are classic triggers for thrombocytopenia.

The second patient was in very poor condition after adenovirus infection. The patient had multiple blood clots, stroke, heart attack, deep vein thrombosis in the arms and legs, and severe thrombocytopenia. This patient was also not exposed to heparin or vaccines. When these two patients were tested for anti-PF4 antibody, the test turned out to be positive.

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