No. It’s good news actually!
The ScienceTM says this UK hospital region suffered very little COVID-related or vaccine-related heart damage. (Isn’t that great?!)
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New Swindon data
Further to our response to this request which was provided on 30th November 2022, an error has been found in the figures that were originally provided in relation to ED attendances for Myocarditis and Pericarditis.
This was a formula error that occurred during the process of simplifying the data into a pivot table. The value that was displayed was the sum total of a numeric value within the raw data, specifically a row count, as the years progressed the row count increased meaning the sum was greater. The value displayed should have been a count and not a sum.
I have provided the correct information in attached spreadsheet. Please accept my sincere apologies for this. Please be assured that this was a genuine error and that we have implemented an additional checking process for requests that ask for statistical information in the future.
A Systematic Review of COVID-19 and Pericarditis
Covid can cause severe respiratory illness; however, many cases of pericarditis have also been reported.
COVID-19 pericarditis affected adult patients at any age.
Chest pain (60%)
Shortness of breath (51%)
Leukocytosis with neutrophil predominance
Cardiac markers including troponin-1, troponin-T
31% of chest X-rays showed cardiomegaly and or bilateral infiltration.
59% of cases, ST elevation,
rarely PR depression or T wave inversion
The prevalence of COVID-19-related cardiac diseases is high, and pericarditis is a known extrapulmonary manifestation.
A Systematic Review of COVID-19 and Myocarditis
COVID-19 Vaccine-Related Myocardial and Pericardial Inflammation
Overview of PivotTables and PivotCharts
You can use a PivotTable to summarize, analyze, explore, and present summary data.Dr. John Vampbell (video description)