Heart failure damages the heart muscle at the cellular level. It's generally thought that the heart muscle damage caused by heart failure is permanent. However, Imperial College researchers found that heart failure damage can be reversed if the heart muscle is simply allowed to rest and heal.
Blood clotting normally occurs when there is damage to a blood vessel. Platelets immediately begin to adhere to the cut edges of the vessel and release chemicals to attract even more platelets. A platelet plug is formed, and the external bleeding stops.
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