The Limited Times

Now you can see non-English news...

Vaccination damage years after the corona vaccination? That's what experts say

2021-09-22T07:11:22.916Z

The corona vaccinations approved in the EU are considered to be well tolerated. But many are concerned with the question of whether the vaccination could have health consequences years later.



The corona vaccinations approved in the EU are considered to be well tolerated.

But many are concerned with the question of whether the vaccination could have health consequences years later.

  • Four corona vaccines are approved in Germany.

    The preparations come from the manufacturers Johnson & Johnson, Biontech / Pfizer, Moderna and Astrazeneca *.

  • Before a vaccination is approved for the general public in the European Union, it must successfully pass three clinical test phases.

    In a test on over 10,000 adult volunteers in phase III, researchers determine how effective and tolerable a preparation is.

  • Since corona vaccinations have not been available for a long time, many are asking themselves:

    Who can estimate whether unwanted side effects will not arise for years?

    That's what experts say.

Concerns about a new type of vaccination are good - if people would not question anything and blindly believe every information and follow every instruction, the consequences can be fatal. The subject of vaccinations has always been a heated debate. They do exist, the neutral citizens. But most of them are either for or against vaccination.

With new immunizations such as the corona vaccination, opinions often drift apart - and there is a lot of uncertainty, also with regard to possible long-term consequences.

In the clinical tests, which all vaccines approved to date in the EU have successfully passed, researchers have demonstrated a good effectiveness of up to 96 percent in the case of the Moderna preparation. The corona vaccines previously inoculated should also be compatible.

The side effects after vaccination with the products from Biontech and Moderna can be described as "mild to moderate"

, they occur temporarily and leave no damage, quoted the Tagesschau Brigitte Keller-Stanislawski from the Paul Ehrlich Institute (Federal Institute for Vaccines and biomedical drugs). So far there has also been no statistically increased risk of allergic reactions, said Keller-Stanislawski. But what about long-term effects long after the vaccination?

Also read

: Allergic reactions after corona vaccination: What allergy sufferers need to consider.

Long-term side effects after corona vaccination?

Susanne Stöcker, press spokeswoman for the Paul Ehrlich Institute, gave the all-clear in an interview with ZDF:

“Long-term side effects that only occur after years are generally not known with vaccines”.

Most vaccination side effects would occur within a few hours or days.

"In rare cases even after weeks," says Stöcker.

It is these side effects that can lead to complications known as long-term effects.

Petra Falb, expert in the approval of vaccines at the Austrian Federal Office for Safety in Health Care, gives the following example in her blog: “Let's look at an“ old ”vaccination, the smallpox vaccination. Vaccination was compulsory for them; at the end of the 1970s, smallpox could be declared eradicated; So the global vaccination campaign was a resounding success.

The smallpox vaccination was, however, significantly more reactive than our modern vaccinations, and in rare cases there was vaccination damage due to vaccination-related encephalitis (inflammation of the brain). This vaccination could therefore cause long-term damage

- simply because EVERY encephalitis can leave permanent damage, no matter what causes it ”. The word "long-term damage" would often be used incorrectly, namely as a designation for the fact that damage from a vaccination * only becomes noticeable after a long time. “The occurrence of this encephalitis happened on average within a week after the vaccination. That means that this damage occurred promptly, not after years, even if the effects persisted for years! ”, Says Falb.

The same principle applies to mRNA vaccines: Here, too, no late-occurring damage is to be expected from the vaccination itself, as Susanne Stöcker told ZDF.

The components of the vaccines developed with the new technology would break down quickly in the body after vaccination.

According to Stöcker, it should take around 50 hours until the ribonucleic acid mRNA can no longer be detected in the body.

(jg) * Merkur.de and 24vita.de belong to the Germany-wide Ippen-Digital editorial network

.

More sources: https://www.vfa.de/de/arzneimittel-forschung/coronavirus/wie-impfstoffe-gegen-covid-19-erprobt- Werden;

https://www.pharmazeutische-zeitung.de/welche-langzeithaben-zu-befuerchten-sind-123411/

Survey on the subject of corona vaccination

Read more

: Russian vaccination Sputnik V "seems to be safe" - researchers rate the controversial vaccine as effective.

The life-saving prick: These risk groups should be vaccinated against the flu

The life-saving prick: These risk groups should be vaccinated against the flu

List of rubric lists: © Jean-Christophe Bott

Source: merkur

All life articles on 2021-09-22

Similar news:

You may like

Trends 24h

Life/Entertain 2021-10-14T15:34:12.110Z
Life/Entertain 2021-10-14T13:21:29.713Z
Life/Entertain 2021-10-15T06:57:31.811Z

Latest

© Communities 2019 - Privacy