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A revolutionary study presented at Heart Failure 2024, an important scientific congress of the European Union Cardiology Society, has shed light on a stunning discovery: people with heart failure who received the Covid-19 vaccine are 82% more likely to live longer compared to those who were not immunized, which corresponds to a 47% reduction in hospitalizations.

Incidence of Heart Failure

Heart failure affects millions globally, limiting quality of life and increasing the risk of premature death. The condition, characterized by the heart's inability to pump blood efficiently, requires meticulous attention to risk factors and assertive medical interventions. Data reports that in total there are around 64 million people around the world who suffer from heart failure.

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Heart failure, tired heart disease (Video: Reproduction/YouTube/ Veja Saúde)


Importance of the Covid-19 vaccine for patients with heart failure

Previous studies have already highlighted the safety and effectiveness of the Covid-19 vaccine, especially in individuals with cardiovascular diseases. A recent study used data from the Korean National Health Insurance Service to analyze the impact of vaccination on patients with heart failure. Covering a large sample of patients, the research highlighted the benefits of vaccination, offering a detailed comparative analysis between those vaccinated and unvaccinated, controlled by several variables.

Reducing Risks with Vaccination

The study presented encouraging results: vaccination was associated with a significant decrease in the risk of death from all causes, hospitalizations for heart failure and Covid-19 infections. Furthermore, there was a reduction in the risk of serious complications such as stroke, heart attacks and other thromboembolic events, compared to the unvaccinated group. The study analysis included the participation of 651,127 patients aged 18 or over. Among the patients analyzed, an impressive 83% were vaccinated against Covid-19, while 17% did not receive the vaccine.


Patients suffering from heart failure can live longer with the help of the Covid-19 vaccine (Photo: Reproduction/Instagram/@second.news)


Other Benefits of the Vaccine in Cardiac Complications

In addition to the direct effects against Covid-19, vaccination has been shown to have a positive impact on reducing secondary cardiac complications. This aspect reinforces the universal recommendation of vaccination, not only as a preventive measure against the virus, but as an expanded cardiovascular protection strategy in patients with heart failure.

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Featured Photo: Vaccine against Covid-19 may reduce mortality and heart failure data (Reproduction/Instagram/@second.news)


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