Thank you for the reply, doctor.
Two months back, my father passed away. What I am trying to establish from these findings of the autopsy report is that there should not have already been signs showing on any scans previously done. Also, if they would already have him on anticoagulants, why would they have stopped it if he is not going to be fully weight-bearing for up to 4 or 5 weeks. Yes, he was 80 years old with a history of high blood pressure, and in the post-mortem report, they say he previously had heart complications which were incorrect. We were told on the first when he passed, he had no heart condition, but then, at the end of the hospitalization, we got the post-mortem report stating he had died from ischemia heart disease. Would this not have been seen or found over the years from any tests done and have had medication? I am trying to establish if the blood thinners and another heart medication would have made a difference. I want to understand if the anticoagulants or if he had been put on heart medication for his condition would have made any difference to the outcome we had on the first.