Astrazeneca, 18-year-old girl with thrombosis after the vaccine. How is it: “Stable in its gravity”

Astrazeneca, 18-year-old girl with thrombosis after the vaccine. How is it: “Stable in its gravity”
Astrazeneca, 18-year-old girl with thrombosis after the vaccine. How is it: “Stable in its gravity”

“It is stable in its severity” the 18-year-old girl operated on yesterday at San Martino Polyclinic in Genoa for a thrombosis. They report it to Adnkronos Salute from the hospital, about the case of the young woman who had done the AstraZeneca anti-Covid vaccine a few days before.

In these hours, the Ligurian structure explained, “a pharmacovigilance report was made in which the drugs taken after vaccination were indicated, then there was an interventional neuroradiology intervention to remove the thrombus mechanically, yesterday, which went well. Subsequently there was an intervention by the neurosurgical team for the reduction of cranial pressure linked to the haemorrhage. Later the girl was transferred to intensive care ».


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