Platelets and RBCS Changes Underlie Cardiovascular Diseases, in the COVID-19 Era
Bahram Alamdary Badlou
PhD Hematology and Drs. Medical Biology, Cardiology; BBAdvies and Research, Research and Development Dept. Zeist, The Netherlands
Dr. Bahram Alamdary Badlou, PhD Hematology and Drs. Medical Biology, Cardiology; BBAdvies and Research, Research and Development Dept. Zeist, The Netherlands.
Keywords: Platelets; COVID-19; Neutrophils
Worldwide all countries are distressed from COVID-19 outbreaks, causing more than 260 million infections, and 5.3 million deaths (and counting). Globally compared, the US, Russia, and European countries have less than 20% population but are suffering from more than 50?ath cases (Dec-2021). Different unspecific drugs and (in-)effective vaccines cause extraordinary increased morbidity and mortality rates, of which the exact mechanisms are not elucidated yet. Platelets (PLTs) play a pivotal role not only in Thrombosis and Haemostasis (T&H), blood clotting, cancerogenic metastatic processes but also in mortal consequences of abused anticoagulants. Nonetheless, PLTs are affected by COVID-19 variants(-vaccines), which is resulting in different uncontrolled and severe clinical episodes, and an increase in morbidity and mortality rates .
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