Researchers associate AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines with rare neurological complications

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Researchers associate AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines with rare neurological complications

Researchers associate AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines with rare neurological complications

Vaccinations with the corona vaccines from the manufacturers Biontech / Pfizer and AstraZeneca could lead to “seven rare neurological complications” according to a new study.

2021-10-25T22:03+0200

2021-10-25T22:03+0200

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The Financial Times reported on Monday that a UK study on the side effects of the BioNTech / Pfizer and Oxford / AstraZeneca vaccines was based on data from 32 million vaccinated adults in England Received the first AstraZeneca vaccination, the number of cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome had increased: 38 additional people to the usual incidence rate per 10 million people. The syndrome causes muscle weakness, pain or numbness and, in more severe cases, leads to paralysis and, according to the researchers, there was an increased risk of hemorrhagic stroke or cerebral haemorrhage, especially in female patients, within 28 days of vaccination with Pfizer (About 60 additional cases per 10 million people) However, Professor Aziz Sheikh of the University of Edinburgh emphasized that the side effects are so rare that there are few incidences per million. In addition, the risk of all seven neurological complications in people infected with Covid is much higher than in people who have been vaccinated: The virus causes 145 additional cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome per 10 million people and 123 additional cases of encephalitis, meningitis and myelitis, and inflammation of the brain The study looked at data from people who were vaccinated from December to May. Of the 32 million people vaccinated, 20 million were vaccinated with AstraZeneca and 12 million with Pfizer. Their data has been compared to data from two million people who tested positive for COVID-19.

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Vaccinations with the corona vaccines from the manufacturers Biontech / Pfizer and AstraZeneca could lead to “seven rare neurological complications” according to a new study.

The newspaper “Financial Times” reported on Monday of a British study on side effects of the vaccines BioNTech / Pfizer and Oxford / AstraZeneca, which is based on data from 32 million vaccinated adults in England.

The study found, among other things, that those who received their first AstraZeneca vaccination had increased the number of cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome: 38 additional people to the usual incidence rate per 10 million people. The syndrome causes muscle weakness, pain, or numbness and, in more severe cases, leads to paralysis.

In addition, according to the researchers, within 28 days of vaccination with Pfizer, there was an increased risk – especially in female patients – of a hemorrhagic stroke or cerebral haemorrhage (about 60 additional cases per 10 million people).

However, Professor Aziz Sheikh of the University of Edinburgh emphasized that the side effects are so rare that there are few incidences per million. In addition, the risk of all seven neurological complications in people infected with Covid is much higher than in people who have been vaccinated: The virus causes 145 additional cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome per 10 million people and 123 additional cases of encephalitis, meningitis and myelitis, and inflammation of the brain of the spinal cord.

The study looked at data from people who were vaccinated from December to May. Of the 32 million people vaccinated, 20 million were vaccinated with AstraZeneca and 12 million with Pfizer. Their data has been compared to data from two million people who tested positive for COVID-19.

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