A Dresden, Germany-based scholar, Karla J. Lehman, recently published “Suspected Cardiovascular Side Effects of Two COVID-19 Vaccines,” looking into reported side effects associated with a couple of COVID-19 vaccines. The German writer first reminds all that the level of side effects reported in various national or regional databases related to the COVID-19 vaccines are unprecedented but accepted due to 1) the overall risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic as well as 2) the identified need early on to vaccinate the elderly, a high-risk cohort. Although there are mounting reports of adverse events and deaths of a cardiac and cardiovascular nature, such egregious side effects aren’t recognized except for thrombotic/embolic side effects and cases of myopericarditis. However, the author suggests a mechanism of action implicates downregulation of ACE2 by non-neutralized spike proteins, leading to cardiovascular consequences. What follows is a summary of the total number of reported adverse events and fatalities in Europe, along with chronicled cardiovascular-based adverse events throughout the continent.
The data for this study was sourced from the EudraVigilance...
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