I'll present my margarita example after I get back from work!
OK, work over...
Let's say you have a fresh, frozen margarita.
The straw you're using has a small hole in it.
How mch margarita comes out of the hole while you are drinking will depend on how much pressure you suck with and how melted the margarita is, and size of the hole.
This is where the fluid dynamics buggers me - under what conditions would the least amount of fluid come out of the hole (ie. red blood cells cross thru the BBB)?
Also, I took 500mg aspirin yesterday morning and another today.
I noticed significant improvement when driving in my right leg when pushing the pedals, switching back and forth. I even walked a little more than usual, and over grass which I try not to do because of the unstable footing.
Could some of the dramatic effects we're seeing be because of the blood thinners and not the procedure at all?
Did Zamboni use blood thinners?
Are those who received angio only taking any blood thinners?
If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough. - Al Einstein