Corey Alexander Ross was a beloved son and brother and a respected friend and colleague. His long journey through life was unfortunately cut short due to complications that arose from a Deep Vein Thrombosis going undiagnosed despite very clear medical indicators. He suffered an anoxic brain injury as a result of going into cardiac arrest after his DVT became a Pulmonary Embolism on September 22nd 2021. Corey would succumb to the anoxic brain injury on October 2nd 2021 just 6 weeks after being misdiagnosed with a lower calf soft tissue injury.
Corey’s story serves as a real life reminder of the importance of Thrombosis Canada’s mission to bring awareness to the public, healthcare professionals, emergency room departments, and athletes about these life threatening event.
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