Good news, Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine cures blood clots

Good news, Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine cures blood clots

Finally good news for El Oxford-AstraZeneca coronary vaccine recipients. In the meantime, a team of doctors from Germany and Austria have said that they will find out the cause and cure of blood clots after receiving this vaccine.

Researchers at Grieffswald Teaching Hospital in northern Germany made the announcement on Friday. News Deutsche Welle.

After taking the Oxford-AstraZeneca corona, there were reports of blood clots in the bodies of many. As a result, 21 countries, including several in Europe, suspended the vaccination. However, some countries later said they would resume vaccination.
Researchers, meanwhile, have found that some people develop abnormal blood clots after being vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine.

They have studied how the rare occurrence of blood clots in the veins of the brain of a very small number of patients after vaccination.

Researchers say they also have a way to treat such patients using very conventional drugs.

The report said the success was a joint venture between Griffithsvald Hospital, the state’s health care regulator Paul Erlish Institute (PEI) and Austrian physicians.

However, only patients with evidence of blood clotting will be able to receive treatment. In this case, there is no opportunity to take any preventive measures at the moment.

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