Covid-19 effects of Heart Patients

Too much inflammation from COVID-19 infection can further harm the heart and disrupt the electrical signals that help it to beat properly. This can also reduce the heart's pumping ability and either lead to an abnormal heart rhythm or worsen an existing rhythm problem. Coronavirus can cause dangerous inflammation in the heart or myocarditis, which prevents the heart from doing its job effectively. It is becoming increasingly clear that the coronavirus can cause a dramatic increase in blood clots throughout the body. Blood clots can happen when your blood forms gel-like clumps.

  • Lack of oxygen
  • Myocarditis
  • Stress cardiomyopathy

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