One of the largest vaccine-related side effects to date is a British study that shows that the risk of developing blood clots after vaccination is very low.
The risk of developing blood clots after being vaccinated against Covit-19 is much lower than for catching the disease, indicating the largest study of vaccine-related side effects on Friday, August 27th.
The British study, published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), compared the medical data of 29 million people who received the first dose of Pfizer-Biotech or Oxford-Astrogeneca between December 2020 and April 2021 with nearly 2 million people. To the corona virus.
The risk of venous thrombosis by covit is 200 times higher
While fears about blood clotting are slowing down the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine, researchers have found that there really is one.Increased risk“Grow after vaccination, but this risk”Much lower than that associated with SARS-CoV-2 infection“.The risk of developing venous thrombosis (phlebitis) is almost 200 times higher than catching covit (12,614 additional cases per 10 million) than the estrogen (66 extra cases) vaccine.
With regard to arterial thrombosis, no overdose case was found for the vaccine, but 5,000 additional cases were found in 10 million people who had covit. Thus, stroke (1,699 additional cases per fifteen million people) is eleven times more common in people infected with the virus.
“Very specific and short” risk period with vaccination
⁇Most patients will be fine with these vaccines.“Analyst Julia Hippies-Cox told the BBC it was necessary.”Space in their environment“The”Very rare casesBlood clots.
Professor of Epidemiology at Oxford further pointed out that the risk of developing tumors has accumulated over a long period of time.Specific and short“With vaccines (“15 to 21 days after administration“Stroke from Pfizer,”8 to 14 days for thrombocytopenia with astrogen“) The danger persists only after the capture of Govit-19”More than 28 days after infection.
The study comes as a number of countries – including the UK – have decided to book the Astrogenega vaccine for older people with concerns about clot formation. The English Health Service (PHE) estimates that vaccination has prevented more than 100,000 deaths in the UK, where the epidemic has killed 132,000 lives.