Blood samples recorded in video.
These recordings are many hours in duration, compressed into a few minutes. The velocity of blood movement is real time.
We have a very good friend that is an LPN and has just started drinking trap water. Before she drank any we took a sample of her blood to look at in April3.6.04.mp4. Her blood ran in one direction for about 5 minutes and then just suddenly stopped moving.
Next we checked my hubby’s blood in Bob3.6.04.mp4’s and found that his blood couldn’t seem to determine which way it wanted to run at first, but kept moving quickly for several hours. He checked the slide sample again at 16 hrs. and found it was still moving but very slowly, and he did not record it due to the fact that he felt it was moving at such a snails pace.
My turn to check my blood to see what it was doing in BldPen3.0.04.mp4 and found it was moving right along and couldn’t seem to determine which direction it really wanted to flow in. But when if finally determined which direction to move in, it took right off in one direction with such strength that it literally broke the clotting that had formed around the cover slip. Keep in mind when you watch the mp4 that the blood is moving sideways and not with the downword slant of the bed of the scope that the slide in laying on. After breaking through the clotted area it then ran up and across the top of the cover slip on the slide and over to the microscope lense which was positioned just slightly off center of the cover slip. Next it jumped up about 50 thousands of an inch or so, (about the width of 2 matchbook covers) up to the microscope lense splattering it with blood and then began to vortex and continued until nothing more could be seen. It had made a perfect seal with the scope lense and stayed their until we removed the glass slide so we could clean the lense of the scope.
Eighteen hours later my hubby looked at the slide with my blood on it again and found it was still moving, slowly but faster than what his was moving, in PenBld18hr3.7.04.mp4.