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COPD, IPF Linked to More Severe COVID-19 Outcomes, Mortality Risk

HCPLive

New data show COPD and IPF, among other interstitial lung diseases, are more significantly associated with poor 30-day outcomes from COVID-19 than asthma.

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The role of COVID-19 vaccines in preventing post-COVID-19 thromboembolic and cardiovascular complications

Heart BMJ

Objective To study the association between COVID-19 vaccination and the risk of post-COVID-19 cardiac and thromboembolic complications. Each stage included all individuals eligible for vaccination, with no previous SARS-CoV-2 infection or COVID-19 vaccine at the start date. to 0.29), 0.53 (0.44

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ARDS Due to COVID-19 Linked to Heart Damage Risk

HCPLive

New data from NIH investigators show acute respiratory distress syndrome from COVID-19 infection may trigger heart inflammation in patients.

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Severe Lung Infection During COVID-19 Can Cause Damage to the Heart

DAIC

Getty Images milla1cf Wed, 03/20/2024 - 19:16 March 20, 2024 — SARS-CoV-2 , the virus that causes COVID-19 , can damage the heart even without directly infecting the heart tissue, a National Institutes of Health -supported study has found.

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Children with Sickle Cell Disease Experience Severe COVID-19 Infection

HCPLive

In a registry-based analysis, more hospitalized children with SCD and COVID-19 had severe infection requiring supplemental oxygen, compared with the general population.

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Increased risk of heart rhythm disruption after COVID-19

Science Daily - Heart Disease

Individuals infected with COVID-19 are also at an increased risk of suffering from heart rhythm disturbances, such as atrial fibrillation, according to a new study.

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Cardiovascular autonomic dysfunction in post-COVID-19 syndrome: a major health-care burden

Nature Reviews - Cardiology

Nature Reviews Cardiology, Published online: 02 January 2024; doi:10.1038/s41569-023-00962-3 Cardiovascular autonomic dysfunction (CVAD) is a malfunction of the autonomic control of circulatory homeostasis and is an important component of post-COVID-19 syndrome.

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