A flu vaccine can control the risk of heart attack. This was today designated by the Austrian Association of Vaccine Manufacturers.
Cardiovascular disease or heart attack or stroke and connection are associated. According to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, the first week following a flu diagnosis was critical. The vaccines against inflammation may limit the risk. The Australian Association of Vaccine Manufacturers (ÖVIH) called this on a press message on Wednesday.
Flu vaccine can protect against heart attack
The risk of a heart attack in the first seven days after a flu infection is six times as high as before or after the whole year. The risk was specially high for older patients, those who had B virus infection and those who had her first infarction.
In recent years there have been several studies on the subject. Why a flu leads to an increased risk of heart attacks and sharks, but was not fully understood, said it was in release.
Increase risk of erosion
In any case, all infections result from systemic infections and resulting in inflammation resulting in an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. However, other factors have been added to the flu. Iental hypothesis is that the virus leads to existing atherosclerotic sites (depots) and thus causes a healing infectious octopus, thus blocking a coronary arteries. Other potential causes include diminishing anti-inflammatory activity or increased macrophage (macrophages – "phagocytes" of immune system) in arteries.
The death of a vaccine can be reduced
From 2015, a different analysis of various studies shows that not only is that heart attack more in patients with flu but also that a vaccine can limit the risk. The calculated efficacy of the vaccine was therefore below 30 percent. Cardiovascular deaths are probably sold by vaccination. According to analysis of the Cochrane Library, in & # 39; and with a benefit in the intimidated group was killed 2.3 percent of & # 39; Patients, but more than twice as much (5.1 percent) in the non-refined group.