Would it be possible to use aspirin (instead of heparin) and a bromelain enzyme to overcome hypercoagulation. In addition, would treatment of hypercoagulation make a staph infection, which coats itself in fibrin to fool the immune system, much easier to kill? In other words will treatment to disrupt fibrin coating on bacteria, using aspirin and bromelain, help overcome the antibotic resistance problem common in persistant staph and other infections? If this is the case, this could be a very safe complementary treatment which is not now being utilized. Thank you for your insight on this.