Being an avid basketball fan and even player, I keep up with the college and of course the NBA teams. The recent news is suggesting that Mr. Bosh, of whom I have written about in previous articles on cardiac disease and pulmonary embolus, is considering a return to playing in the NBA. This is great news for all of his fans and fans of the NBA alike. My research has been continuing and I have made a very important discovery that has great implications for Mr. Bosh.
First of all, I have tweaked the calculations out of necessity. NASA and the jet propulsion laboratory have not done the best Job of calculating the positions of the far away planets. It may be impossible to do so however, since Pluto for example has an eccentric orbit. Adjustments have had to be made in my data as a consequence. Someone needs to tell NASA that not only space travel is their responsibility but someone there needs to address the issues of accurate formulas for the motions and positions of the planets, especially the distant ones. Nevertheless, I have made adjustments as best as possible and now have to say that Mr. Bosh no longer has the Brugada arrhythmia component to his tendency to blood clots. Therefore his major problem is in the blood itself and perhaps even the vessels themselves. He is found to be only recessive for Wolfe Parkinson White Syndrome which can cause arrhythmia especially if dominant and the person is of advanced age. Blood thinners are therefore his main type of treatment at this time, along with the consideration of inotropic agents in the digitalis category or other. However, the most important discovery I have made is that circadian rhythms influence when a clot or stroke type of event can occur.
In other words, the day, week or month can be determined when circadian hormones tend to make it likely that an event will occur. This has tremendous implications for the treatment and prevention of strokes and embolic events. If Mr. Bosh is willing, he can take part in a ground breaking medical break through in the treatment of these type conditions. Essentially, a person has the genetic or phenotypic marker for the disease but there are times when the disease is more likely to strike. The school principal who died while donating bone marrow, for example, had the marker for cardiac arrest but it was triggered by circadian hormones ON THE DAY OF HIS PROCEDURE. The combination of stress or environmental factors, such as surgery, with the circadian hormones can be a lethal cocktail.The understanding of this circadian influence then can be used to prevent an untimely death. He was very unlucky. The day of the procedure was a day of activation of the circadian hormones.
If Mr. Bosh plans to return to the NBA as has been suggested, then he needs to contact me so that I can coordinate with his physician the best plan of action to prevent him from a premature death or another pulmonary embolus. This is worth a try and could be a break through of tremendous proportions for medicine in general. When this circadian cycle is activated, Mr Bosh can have several options to consider during the period of the activation that usually lasts for no more than a week at a time…sometimes shorter and sometimes longer. He can rest, take adequate fluids and even increase the dosage of his medications for that time frame. He should recognize that the standard dosage is not always adequate, since he had a recurrent episode while on his medication.
Lets do this Bro. Lets be a model for the potential for saving thousands if not millions of lives. Win another championship in the process too.