VIRAL SPIKING IN LIVE BLOOD ANALYSIS (week 9)

We have been asked how a possible virus infection would appear in live blood analysis. A virus infection would appear in live blood analysis as an increase in white blood cells (the immune system at work) and in the dry blood (oxidative stress test) as viral spiking.

Appearance ; Black fibrin lines that run into PPP’s (white clots) like spikes

This anomaly is most often observed in viral conditions.

When the fibrin line extends across the PPP like a bridge, it is associated with virus and/or herpes virus infection.

Some researchers have correlated this pattern with the presence of liver stress/toxicity

Copyright Dr Okker R. Botha, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2009

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