In the case of COVID mRNA and DNA treatments deceptively labeled “vaccines,” it means that reported effects of heart problems are only the tip of the iceberg.
A new peer-reviewed study of Swiss hospital patients says that evidence of heart damage is much higher than commonly reported, since other studies only compare incidence of serious myocarditis cases with general vaccinated populations.
The study’s examination of 835 patients found that discernible, though subclinical (ie. changes not precipitating medical attention) heart damage including lesions, had occurred at high rates that deserve consideration, and might be setting the stage for more serious heart problems in the future.
Average age of those studied was 37. 69 percent were women, most had received a 3rd dose of a COVID shot, and less than 2 percent had a previous cardiovascular history.
The results of the study found that 2.8 percent of the vaccinated population had myocardial lesions, 3.7 percent in women and 0.8 percent in men.
This was an unexpected finding, since “hospitalized” cases of myocarditis have been shown to be more prevalent in young men.
The study concluded not only that discernible heart effects are occurring at stunningly high rates, but that it is not known whether these effects might accumulate with further COVID “vaccine” treatments, and result in complications or worsening heart conditions down the road:
“The incidence of myocardial lesions is 2.8%, or 800 times higher than the usual incidence of myocarditis. It occurs mainly in women unlike the usual viral myocarditis.
“No MACE was reported in the population studied at 30 days, however, due to repeated doses, it is interesting to wonder whether this could not lead to long-term sequelae (heart failure, arrhythmia). For this, a randomized trial with long-term follow-up would be necessary.”
The researchers explain why overall physiological evidence of myocarditis has been substantially underreported by previous studies and health authorities:
“In retrospective data, the main cardiac complication is myocarditis, which remains rare with an incidence of 0.0035% and mainly affects young men under 18 years of age.
“However, there is a selection bias because only serious cases requiring hospitalization are reported.
“The true incidence of myocardial damage would therefore likely be much higher in the general population…”
Guillaume Le Pessec, Member of the College of Cardiologists in Training,
Rouen, France, authored the study, which was detailed at the journal cardio-online.fr.
It included patients and employees of the University Hospital of Basel in Switzerland, who had received a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna mRNA vaccine.
The Trends Journal has consistently reported on adverse events of COVID War “vaccine” treatments, which are occurring in virtually unprecedented numbers, compared with any previous vaccines authorized for continued use.
Examples of coverage include our many Vaccine Fast Facts articles, and also:
- “GET MODERNA COVID JAB, GET HEART INFLAMMATION?” (24 Aug 2021)
- “ANOTHER STUDY SHOWS COVID VACCINES CAUSE HEART PROBLEMS” (23 Nov 2021)
- “ISRAELI STUDY: GET THE COVID JAB, GET CARDIAC” (7 Jun 2022)
- “COVID WAR RAMIFICATIONS CONTINUE TO PLAY OUT” (6 Oct 2022)