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The virus elicits an increase in proinflammatory cytokines in the body, which manifests into other adverse health outcomes.

In a study conducted by Whittaker and colleagues, published in the International Journal of Epidemiology in June 2024, two prominent findings were made on the relationship between the presence or absence of chronic respiratory disease (CRD) post-Covid-19 infection and the risk of developing an adverse cardiovascular event.

The results of the UK-based study concluded that post-Covid-19 infection, patients who had preexisting CRD were at higher risk of experiencing a cardiovascular event compared to those who did not have preexisting CRD.

The second significant finding was that the severity of Covid-19 infection modified the risk of developing a cardiovascular event in individuals with...

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