June 25, 2024

Only children and adolescents who were vaccinated contracted myocarditis or pericarditis in the UK

Myocarditis and pericarditis only appear in children and adolescents after COVID vaccination and not after infection, according to a new large-scale study from scientists at the University of Oxford.

The two conditions are inflammatory conditions of the heart and are generally considered to be rare. Severe cases can lead to serious complications and even death.

The new study looked at more than 1 million English children and adolescents aged between five and 11 and 12 and 15. The study compared vaccinated and unvaccinated subjects, and also took into account the number of doses of vaccine received.

“Whilst rare, all myocarditis and pericarditis events during the study period occurred in vaccinated individuals,” the researchers wrote.

The study noted that hospitalization related to COVID-19 was extremely rare among children and adolescents, and there were no deaths recorded among the entire subject population.

The English data show that myocarditis and pericarditis were only recorded in vaccinated children and adolescents. Other studies have claimed that myocarditis risk is higher after infection with the virus.

Adolescents had a significantly higher risk of contracting the conditions than children. In total, there were 15 cases of pericarditis and three of myocarditis among nearly 840,000 vaccinated children and adolescents. All of the myocarditis cases and 12 of the pericarditis cases were recorded in the older cohort.

The vast majority of myocarditis and pericarditis cases occurred after the first dose of the vaccine. Over half of the adolescents who suffered with the conditions visited hospital as a result.

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