Almost . . .
I can see the logic in that question, since we often prescribe mild blood-thinners (e.
) to prevent coronary clots. However, someone with a pronounced enough vit. K deficiency to prevent coagulation may begin spontaneously hemorrhaging elsewhere (particularly in the GI tract or the brain); and if the hemodynamic state in the body is disrupted, the heart
may still become ischemic.
Answer assisted by David Escobar, Medical Student