Scans Reveal Heart Damage in Over Half of COVID-19 Patients in Study

Scans Reveal Heart Damage in Over Half of COVID-19 Patients in Study. By Kahmira Gander in Newsweek.

The study involved 1,216 patients … They each had an echocardiogram, a type of ultrasound scan for the heart, between April 3 and 20. …

667 (55 percent) had abnormalities in their scan and one in seven participants had what researchers described as “severe abnormalities” … On average, the participants were aged 62, and 70 percent were male. …

After the team excluded patients with existing heart conditions from their analysis, the proportion of abnormal scan results and those with severe cardiac disease was similar. This suggests that the issues were related to COVID-19, they said. …

Co-author Professor Marc Dweck, consultant cardiologist at the University of Edinburgh, U.K., said … “Damage to the heart is known to occur in severe flu, but we were surprised to see so many patients with damage to their heart with COVID-19 and so many patients with severe dysfunction.

Good one China, sickening the world from your biowarfare lab.