Patrick wrote: "In hindsight, the doctors may have goofed by giving Sharon blood thinners in spite of a diagnosis of CAA. But I guess not giving him blood thinners would have increased the risk of a blood clot." Reply: Okay, but in that case the normal medication would have been twice a day half an asperine, and not twice a day an injection with bloodthinners, especially not when the doctor had to handle with a known CAA diagnoses as well. Still the questions remain: why he was not under control or still hospitalised when the injections were needed indeed? Why wasn't a doctor in his ranch during the treatment with injections. Or where was the helicopter on his ranch for emergency? All questions asked and notes made by doctors in the media the past week.
Spain investigating ex-IMF chief Rato for fraud (Reuters)
from the article: Sharon's CT brain scan shows blood has been absorbed