Dr. Sanjay Verma: backed up by VAERS
Myocarditis -> scar tissue -> lower chamber ventricular arrhythmia, fibrillation and tachycardia
Here’s an interview that’s worth watching: it’s short! Click on photo to listen. He says there’s an increased risk of sudden death for people (following aerobic activity) with myocarditis. It’s interesting to me that the endgame of this is to become sedentary. Hmm.
He says that scar tissue could be the result of myocarditis (yes) and that this can lead to fatal lower chamber heart problems (LCHPs) like ventricular fibrillation, tachycardia and arrhythmias. He also says that this is confirmed by CDC who published this in the Lancet. This makes me wonder about its validity, actually. But I digress. Here’s what VAERS indicates.
I am not sure there’s anything entirely telling about the comparison between the total reports and the myocarditis-associated reports, but here it is anyway. There are quite a few, within and without the myocarditis context. If we hone in on only the myocarditis LCHP reports, then we can more easily examine this interesting link between scar tissue formation and sudden onset of death via LCHPs. Let’s look for scar-related stuff in VAERS, ie: fibrin (D-dimer - fibrin degradation product), collagen, scarring (ie: amyloids), late gadolinium enhancement, etc…
There are 214 reports of myocarditis reports that involve LCHPs that also involve scarring. That’s a shit-ton. In my opinion. The average age of the individuals in this group is 37. 37! That is young.
What would happen if I ran this exact code over VAERS data for flu shots? Would I see a comparative ratio LCHP+scarring in reports of myocarditis?
There’s no comparison. No shocker there.