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According to a study, the risk of blood clots in the veins is 33 times higher since the first week after contamination.

The infection with Covid-19 leaves traces in the body. One year after contamination, certain dangers are always there. According to a recent study, the risk of potentially fatal blood clots remains pending at least 49 weeks. This conclusion, reported by EurekAlert, was made by looking at data from the health records of 48 million adults not vaccinated against the virus.

According to this study (conducted by researchers from the universities of Bristol, Cambridge and Édimbourg and the University of Swansea), the Covid-19 epidemic has resulted in 10,500 additional cases of heart attacks, strokes and Other complications of blood clots in England and Wales for the year 2020. These data were collected before massive vaccination and the multiplication of variants.

Le risque de caillots sanguins dans les veins était 33 fois plus élevé they course from the first week after a diagnosis of Covid-19. What a risk is tombé à huit fois après quatre semaines. Lors de cette étude, the researchers also analyzed the problems caused by blood clots in the veins (such as deep venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism). In detail, within a week of being diagnosed with Covid-19, patients were 21 times more likely to have a heart attack or stroke. A figure that has dropped to 3.9 times après quatre semaines.

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Heart attacks and strokes

Nous sommes rassurés that their risk drops quite quickly – especially for heart attacks and cerebrovascular accidents – but the discovery that the risk remains elevated pending a certain temps puts in evidence les effets à plus long terme du Covid-19, which nous commençons seulement à comprendre“explains Jonathan Sterne, professor of medical statistics and epidemiology at the University of Bristol and co-director of this study.

Between 26 and 49 weeks after contamination, the plus élevé risk of having a blood clot was 1.3 times in the arteries and 1.8 times in the veins. These findings were published in the journal Circulation.

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