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Persistence of SARS-CoV-2 colonization and high expression of inflammatory factors in cardiac tissue 6 months after COVID-19 recovery: a prospective cohort study
Persistence of SARS-CoV-2 colonization and high expression of inflammatory factors in cardiac tissue 6 months after COVID-19 recovery: a prospective cohort study

Persistence of SARS-CoV-2 colonization and high expression of inflammatory factors in cardiac tissue 6 months after COVID-19 recovery: a prospective cohort study

Persistence of SARS-CoV-2 colonization and high expression of inflammatory factors in cardiac tissue 6 months after COVID-19 recovery: a prospective cohort study
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Persistence of SARS-CoV-2 colonization and high expression of inflammatory factors in cardiac tissue 6 months after COVID-19 recovery: a prospective cohort study
Progress in Heart Failure Deaths Reversed Over Past Decade
Progress in Heart Failure Deaths Reversed Over Past Decade
“The accelerated increase in heart failure mortality rates during 2020 and 2021 suggests that the COVID-19 pandemic might have contributed to current trends.”
The accelerated increase in heart failure mortality rates during 2020 and 2021 suggests that the COVID-19 pandemic might have contributed to current trends.
·jamanetwork.com·
Progress in Heart Failure Deaths Reversed Over Past Decade
Persistent increase of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular events in COVID-19 patients: a 3-year population-based analysis | Cardiovascular Research | Oxford Academic
Persistent increase of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular events in COVID-19 patients: a 3-year population-based analysis | Cardiovascular Research | Oxford Academic

“The increase of cardiovascular risk associated with COVID-19 might be extended for years and not limited to the acute phase of the infection. This should promote the planning of longer follow-up for COVID-19 patients to prevent and promptly manage the potential occurrence of major adverse cardiovascular and cerebrovascular events." ➡️ Now add reinfections into the risk equation

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Persistent increase of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular events in COVID-19 patients: a 3-year population-based analysis | Cardiovascular Research | Oxford Academic
Those who've contracted Covid-19 have a better threat of coronary heart assault and stroke within the three years after an infection: the information - Breaking Latest News
Those who've contracted Covid-19 have a better threat of coronary heart assault and stroke within the three years after an infection: the information - Breaking Latest News
Compared to pre-pandemic controls, survivors of Covid-19 double their risk of a cardiac event, including myocardial infarction, cerebral stroke, atrial fibrillation, myopericardides and episodes of coronary heart failure, according to a new Italian study.
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Those who've contracted Covid-19 have a better threat of coronary heart assault and stroke within the three years after an infection: the information - Breaking Latest News
Indehisce on Twitter
Indehisce on Twitter

Comprehensive Twitter thread: 1/ A fresh, running thread on COVID’s well-documented cardiovascular harms for anyone who needs links when discussing the rise in heart failure and strokes among younger and middle-aged people since 2020:

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Indehisce on Twitter
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"Acute pericarditis as a major clinical manifestation of long COVID-19 syndrome"
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COVID and the Heart: It Spares No One | Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
COVID and the Heart: It Spares No One | Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
“New evidence has revealed that anyone infected with COVID is at higher risk for heart issues including clots, inflammation, and arrhythmias. This risk persists even in healthy people long after the illness has passed.” (Yes, even if you’re vaccinated)
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COVID and the Heart: It Spares No One | Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
phil oliver on Twitter
phil oliver on Twitter

Thread on Twitter: The virus indefinitely strips the blood of a specific group of cells that prevent cardiovascular disease. It’s Latent disease that will kill people. This obsession with the acute phase is myopic and/or nefarious.

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phil oliver on Twitter
Prof. Akiko Iwasaki on Twitter
Prof. Akiko Iwasaki on Twitter

A new study in @SciImmunology led by @AnisBarmada & Jon Klein @YaleIBIO with @lucasite_lab

@InciYildirim11

@YalePediatrics teams explored immune signatures of people who developed myocarditis after mRNA vaccines. Here is what we found. 🧵 (1/)

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Prof. Akiko Iwasaki on Twitter
TODAY on Twitter
TODAY on Twitter

Doctors and researchers are beginning to see connection between COVID surges and heart attacks. @ErinNBCNews and Senior Medical Correspondent for @NBCNews

@DrJohnTorres share more.

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TODAY on Twitter
Dana Ludwig on Twitter
Dana Ludwig on Twitter

For sudden deaths ( @MeetJess ), for young people (eg, 25-44y/o), this paper says there were about 23% to 34% more cardiac deaths than expected during the pandemic. For us older folks, about 13% to 18% more.

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Dana Ludwig on Twitter
Dr Claire Taylor on Twitter
Dr Claire Taylor on Twitter

She details that prior to the pandemic the average age of referrals to her cardiology clinic was aged 55-80yrs. Now it is 16-40yrs Now at least 50% are long Covid with cardiovascular symptoms.

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Dr Claire Taylor on Twitter
Mild Covid-19 can have harmful effects on your heart: Study
Mild Covid-19 can have harmful effects on your heart: Study
"Usually, you'd expect inflammation to decrease with time after infection, and for all the physiological functions to go back to normal or a healthy level. We can only speculate on what causes this phenomenon without further investigation..."
·livemint.com·
Mild Covid-19 can have harmful effects on your heart: Study
Even mild Covid infection can harm heart health, study finds
Even mild Covid infection can harm heart health, study finds

Even mild Covid infection can harm heart health, study finds

"We were surprised to observe such a decline in vascular health, which deteriorated even further with time since COVID-19 infection,"

·indianexpress.com·
Even mild Covid infection can harm heart health, study finds
Warning to anyone who's had Covid over 'long-term risk of killer complication'
Warning to anyone who's had Covid over 'long-term risk of killer complication'

"COVID infections could cause long-term deadly damage to your arteries, a study has shown.

Virus patients’ arteries became increasingly stiffer in the months after they caught it, even if their initial infection was mild, researchers found."

·thesun.co.uk·
Warning to anyone who's had Covid over 'long-term risk of killer complication'
Dr. IF on Twitter
Dr. IF on Twitter

#EHRA2023 #COVID19 linked with 16-fold risk of life threatening heart rhythm within 6 months of exposure #EHRA2023 #EPeeps #Arrhythmias #EHRA_ESC #IftiMania #barcodetin #JHOPE #pregnancy #younggirls #LOVEISBLINDreunion

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Dr. IF on Twitter
Denis - The COVID info guy - on Twitter
Denis - The COVID info guy - on Twitter

Catching COVID can trigger killer new side effect months later, scientists discover.

🔹Patients who suffered a severe bout of the virus were 16 times more likely to suffer ventricular tachycardia a deadly type of abnormal heart rhythm in 6 months

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Denis - The COVID info guy - on Twitter
Valentina Puntmann on Twitter
Valentina Puntmann on Twitter

Winners of the Karl-Ludwig-Neuhaus-Prize 2023 ! for Puntmann VO,...Nagel E. Nature Medicine 2022; 28:2117–2123

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Valentina Puntmann on Twitter