Monday, July 13, 2020

megakaryocytes, or large bone marrow cells that cause blood clotting are found in the hearts and kidneys of deceased covid-19 patients

The autopsies also showed something unusual about megakaryocytes, or large bone marrow cells. They usually don't circulate outside the bones and lungs, Rapkiewicz said.
"We found them in the heart and the kidneys and the liver and other organs," she said. "Notably in the heart, megakaryocytes produce something called platelets that are intimately involved in blood clotting."
Researchers hope to discover how these cells influence small vessel clotting in Covid-19, she said.
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When was the last time you heard about something like this happening to anyone (outside of Covid-19)? Probably never. Even if you are a research pathologist who cuts up cadavers for a living.

What makes the megakaryocytes move out of the centers of someone's thigh bones and other large bones and into the heart and kidneys of dying coronavirus patients?
Again this is why I believe Covid-19 is a specifically consciously designed virus built to mutate and do really strange things to people never seen before here on earth during the last 100 years or so at the very least.

giardia is endemic in many 3rd world nations worldwide

Even here in the U.S. we have cryptosporidium which is endemic in almost all city water systems during the summer and fall of every year which can kill people with compromised immune systems if they drink water from the faucet anywhere and Clorine and Fluorine do not kill them cryptosporidium is immune to water purification agents. So, people are dying every summer, fall and winter from cryptosporidium from city and county water supplies every year as a direct result.

The point I guess I'm trying to make here is that often you are dealing with health problems that no one even knows is present, like cryptosporidium. Did you know about this before you read it here? Likely not.

When I went to India, Nepal and Thailand and Japan I was aware of the problem of malaria in Thailand and India for example, but not that much awareness of Giardia. And yet, 4 out of the 5 members of my family traveling the 4 months we were in Thailand and Nepal and India and Japan likely got giardia while in Nepal in Kathmandu in 1985 and 1986.

Why do I think this? Because everyone I knew who was in Kathmandu, Nepal during 1986 also got Giardia too. I believe it was because most roads were not paved then around Kathmandu and so the feces in the dust gave us all giardia. The dust from all the vehicles driving around where feces from animals and humans was in the dirt very prevalent then because Kathmandu was growing and eventually most roads were paved after we left in April of 1986.

So, the point is we don't really know that much about coronavirus other than the fact that it doesn't behave like any other virus anyone has ever seen before. If you study pandemics and plagues what they all have in common is that the virus or the plague does specific things.

However, then you look at coronavirus and it does about 100 or 1000 different things to different people (which makes me think at this point that this is a genetically designed virus. And that it is specifically designed to keep on mutating.

It.s almost as if they took a super computer and asked it what would specifically keep reducing the population for 100 years or more.

If you asked a supercomputer to design a virus that couldn't be stopped by modern medicine and that would ravage mankind for 100 years or more you would get something exactly like Covid-19 that will continue to self mutate much like the common cold and never can be completely stopped (just like the common cold).

Pathologist found blood clots in 'almost every organ' during autopsies on Covid-19 patients

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Pathologist found blood clots in 'almost every organ' during autopsies on Covid-19 patients

(CNN)Autopsies on people who died of the coronavirus are helping doctors understand how the disease affects the body -- and one of the most remarkable findings concerned blood clotting, a pathologist says.
Dr. Amy Rapkiewicz, the chairman of the department of pathology at NYU Langone Medical Center, spoke to Erin Burnett on OutFront Thursday night.
Some Covid-19 patients are known to develop blood clotting issues, but the degree and the extent to which that occurs was described as "dramatic" by Rapkiewicz.
In the early stages of the pandemic, bedside clinicians noticed a lot of blood clotting "in lines and various large vessels," she said.
    "What we saw at autopsy was sort of an extension of that," she said. "The clotting was not only in the large vessels but also in the smaller vessels.
    "And this was dramatic, because though we might have expected it in the lungs, we found it in almost every organ that we looked at in our autopsy study," she said. Rapkiewicz's study outlining her findings was published at the end of June in The Lancet journal EClinicalMedicine.
    The autopsies also showed something unusual about megakaryocytes, or large bone marrow cells. They usually don't circulate outside the bones and lungs, Rapkiewicz said.
    "We found them in the heart and the kidneys and the liver and other organs," she said. "Notably in the heart, megakaryocytes produce something called platelets that are intimately involved in blood clotting."
    Researchers hope to discover how these cells influence small vessel clotting in Covid-19, she said.
    Pathologists have been surprised by something they didn't find.
    During early stages of the pandemic, doctors thought the virus would provoke inflammation in the heart with myocarditis, she said.
      But autopsies have found a very low incidents of myocarditis, Rapkiewicz said.
      She said that one of the "opportunities -- if there is one to count in the virus" is that pathologists have had a chance to examine the organs of many Covid-19 victims and investigate the disease processes that take place. She said that opportunity really wasn't available with H1N1 or the original SARS outbreak.