Coagulation is the process by which a liquid changes to a semi-solid mass or a gel. When a cut occur on our body with bleeding,with a little pressure and bandaging of the wound bleedings stops. Here clotting factors in the blood becomes active and change the liquid blood into a gel (clot). When the wound is healed and the clot is no longer needed, the body gradually reabsorbs the clot. This is blood clotting. It is an important process that prevents excessive bleeding from an injury, but if the body does not reabsorbs the clot it becomes life threatening.
34 year Scott Rosser who is London’s Director of Charity Community Transport Association, went through the breakthrough heart surgery using a camera within a balloon. He has been the first man to undergo the heart balloon surgery in the UK.
Patients who commonly used anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs and COX-2) are studied to be more prone to atrial fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation is irregular heart rhythm which is often associated as an underlying cause of heart failure, cardiac arrest, stroke and even death. A study conducted was on 32,602 patients with atrial fibrillation. The patients were classified as recent NSAID users and long term users.