Saraya – Researchers from the University of Toronto have published a study in the New England Journal of Medicine that links cardiac infarcts with the flu to show that influenza injection can produce many benefits that can be used to prevent attacks. "fatal" heart diseases.
The study, conducted by Jeffrey Kwong and colleagues, examined about 20,000 patients with influenza.
They found that the risk of a heart attack increases by 600% within one week of influenza infection, while the risk increases with other respiratory infections, which multiply when they take influence.
Scientists have discovered that the flu exposed the risk of heart attack.
What can be done to protect the heart? It turned out that something as simple as a flu shot can act as an integrated heart "cuckoo".
In another study, researchers from the National Institute of Infectious Diseases Examination in Taiwan examined the medical records of 80,000 elderly patients over the age of 13.
The study found that annual influenza vaccination reduces the risk of heart attack by 20% and provides similar protection against strokes.
Injection not only reduces the risk of heart attacks, but also protects patients who already suffer from heart disease before contracting the flu.
Source: Sky News