Myocarditis from Vaccines is Nothing like what we see from Natural Infection

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publicerad 6 november 2021
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Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH


COVID. “The myocarditis that occurs with the natural infection is usually those sick enough to be in the ICU, and it’s a troponin elevation only. It’s very different from the myocarditis we are seeing with the vaccines, which we’ll get to”, says heart specialist Dr. Peter McCullough in an interview aired on November 1, 2021.

“The myocarditis in Covid-19 is mild. It’s inconsequential, and it’s largely a troponin elevation. I don’t want anybody to think that the myocarditis of the natural infection is anything like what we’re seeing with the vaccines.

The vaccine produces the inflammatory type process on the heart, and the vaccine is directly there. Now pre-clinical studies are suggesting the lipid nanoparticles actually go right into the heart. The heart expresses the spike protein. The body attacks the heart. There are dramatic EKG changes. The troponin, the blood test for heart injury, with the vaccine myocarditis is 10-100 folds higher than the troponin we see with the natural infection. It’s a totally different syndrome.

When the kids get myocarditis after the vaccine, 90% have to be hospitalized. They have dramatic EKG changes, chest pain, early heart failure. They need echocardiograms. If the ejection fraction is slowing, they need medications to prevent heart failure.
Vaccine-induced myocarditis is a big deal. In children, it’s way more serious and more prominent than a post-COVID myocarditis.”

By NewsVoice | Dr. Peter McCullough can be found on Telegram

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