Tuesday, January 24, 2023

High School Football Star in Need of a New Heart After a Major Heart Attack

A local high school football player is fighting for his life after suffering a massive heart attack in November, and he is asking the general public for help. 
Markus Martinez, a former Columbine High School football star and now senior at Bear Creek High School, suffered a major heart attack Thursday, November 17, 2022. 
According to a fundraising campaign created for Markus, the doctors were successful in removing some of the blood clots, but not all of them. Now, Markus’ left ventricular heart muscle has been permanently damaged. 
UCHealth cardiologists have recommended that he undergo a heart transplant because his heart is only functioning at 12–15% capacity. Although the family does not know what caused this, they remain hopeful and are providing Markus with the best care possible. Markus has been in and out of the hospital since November. 
“It’s been a little tough on him that he can’t get up, get out of bed and do his normal activities and stuff that he used to do, but he’s hanging in there,” Markus’ father, Steven Martinez, told FOX 31 Denver.



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thelastenglishprince said...

If that is Daddy at his bedside, the military also forced him into a vaccine. Dis Columbine Athletics demand a vaccine to play football?

As a nurse with massive (bad choice of words) accumulated hours in Critical Care and subspecialities of Interventional Radiology and PACU, I can assure you the cardiac events of the (formerly) young healthy adults are anomalous events - unless a congenital heart issue is involved.

Young adults do NOT get multiple clot formations in their hearts. The ventricle, which is the pump of the heart, is a strong muscle which works based on automaticity of electrical conduction which spurs the heart to do its work every second of the day.

We be F-cked over by government.

Pastorius said...

Do you think it might be because the kid didn't have access to his Statins?