MIT Finds Elevated EMS Calls for Myocarditis Among Young, Vaccinated People

MIT Finds Elevated EMS Calls for Myocarditis Among Young, Vaccinated People

MIT Researchers Find TERRIFYING Health Risk To This COVID Precaution

(RightWing.org) – It took less than a year for scientists to develop multiple vaccines for COVID-19. However, questions remain regarding their safety, as hundreds of thousands of individuals received vaccinations approved under emergency use orders. A recent study of data from Israel conducted by MIT sheds light on concerns regarding elevated emergency medical services (EMS) calls for acute coronary syndrome and cardiac arrest.

On April 28, Scientific Reports published a study that evaluated the association between cardiac events in 16 to 39-year-olds with various factors, including COVID-19 infection and vaccines.

Researchers identified a 25% spike in EMS calls for acute coronary syndrome and cardiac arrest in 2021 compared to the rate reported for 2019 and 2020.

Using a sophisticated system of regression models, scientists ruled out COVID-19 infection rates as a factor. However, they noted the emergency calls “were significantly associated with… first and second vaccine dose [rates].”

The research team didn’t establish an exact causal relationship between vaccines and the EMS calls. But, it did note that previous studies drew a connection between vaccines and myocarditis, “a frequent cause” of cardiac incidents among young people.

The study recommended future studies include data regarding increased EMS calls and other information to help identify patterns. It also recommended further investigation to determine potential underlying causes for public health trends.

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