Well that makes it all ok: Young people who suffer from myocarditis as a side effect of the c-vaxx often suffer mild cases that quickly resolve
Well that makes it all ok: Young people who suffer from myocarditis as a side effect of the c-vaxx often suffer mild cases that quickly resolveFollow @KnightsTempOrg
Adolescents and young adults who experience myocarditis, a type of heart inflammation, after receiving COVID-19 vaccines typically have mild cases and recover quickly, a new study finds.
Which apparently means it's absolutely fine to carry on with the unnecessary vaccination of our young people, there's nothing to see here...!
Researchers at the University of Utah, Boston Children's Hospital, and other institutions evaluated health records from 140 patients under age 21 who suffered the condition following vaccination.
That's 140 patients who didn't need to be patients in the first place of course.
Among these patients, fewer than one in five required intensive care, and none required external oxygen support or died.
The patients' median hospital stay was just two days.
This study suggests that, while myocarditis is a serious side effect of Covid vaccines, it may be easily managed compared to the virus itself - and the "benefits of Covid vaccination outweigh the risks."
Still, researchers caution that future studies should look at long-term outcomes for these patients.
Most of the myocarditis patients (131, or 94 percent) had received the Pfizer vaccine, while five had received Moderna's vaccine and one had received Johnson & Johnson's.
The vast majority of the patients (91 percent) were male, and 66 percent were white. The median age was 16 years.