Pfizer and Modena vaccines may be related to myocarditis in young people. Overseas Network, June 24th . A consultant doctor from the Cent...
Pfizer and Modena vaccines may be related to myocarditis in young people.
Overseas Network, June 24th . A consultant doctor from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a report on Wednesday (23rd) that Pfizer's new crown vaccine and Modena's new crown vaccine may be associated with rare heart inflammation that appears in young people. Case related.
According to Fox News on the 23rd, the report was published by the New Coronary Pneumonia Vaccine Safety Technical Working Group under the CDC. The report pointed out that there have been 1,200 cases of myocarditis or pericarditis among people who have been vaccinated by Pfizer or Modena in the United States. The patients are mainly 30 years of age and under. The risk of men suffering from these inflammations after the second dose of the vaccine is significantly higher. high. Dr. Tom Shimabukuro, deputy director of the CDC Center for Immunization Safety, pointed out that it is still rare to have heart inflammation after injection of Pfizer or Modena vaccine. If the two vaccines are combined, there are 12.6 cases for every 1 million injections; if Calculated separately, there are more cases among Modena vaccinators, 19.8 per million doses, and Pfizer’s vaccinators have 8 cases per million doses.
According to reports, both Pfizer and Modena vaccines belong to messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) technology vaccines. The American CDC's Advisory Committee on Vaccination (ACIP) will meet on the 23rd local time to analyze the relationship between mRNA vaccines and heart problems. However, the CDC said that patients with heart inflammation after vaccination can usually recover smoothly; the benefits of vaccination for teenagers and young people still outweigh the risks, and the risks need to be tested. (Overseas Net Hou Xingchuan)