Higher Mortality Found Among Vaccinated Patients Hospitalized for COVID-19: New Study

Higher Mortality Found Among Vaccinated Patients Hospitalized for COVID-19: New Study


Introduction by Fabio Giuseppe Carlo Carisio


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The following article, based on a study just published in the famous medical journal Frontiers in Immunology by various hospital doctors from the Ohio State University, confirms for the umpteenth time the seriousness of the phenomenon defined in Italy as “vaccination failure” and in the rest of the world “Covid breakthrough”, when the Covid disease “breaks” the antibody barriers that should be produced by the mRNA gene sera and causes serious or even lethal consequences in the vaccinated.

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Pharmacovigilance on the “Covid breakthrough”, almost non-existent in the European Union as we have highlighted in various investigations, has also been suspended in the USA precisely due to the enormous spread of this form of adverse reaction to vaccines.

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Among the contributing causes of the phenomenon it is hypothesized that there is also the state of debilitation of the immune system determined precisely by the repeated inoculation of anti-Covid boosters.

Vaccinated patients had a 70 percent risk of mortality compared with 37 percent in the unvaccinated group

by Megan Redshaw – originally published by The Epoch Times

Among hospitalized patients with COVID-19, a new study found that vaccinated patients had a significantly higher risk of mortality, suggesting vaccination may not prevent severe outcomes among hospitalized patients.

The February study published in Frontiers in Immunology (link below in the sources) found that mortality among vaccinated and unvaccinated patients was 70 percent and 37 percent, respectively, and that the overall survival rate was two times higher in the unvaccinated group.

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Researchers measured antibody levels of patients with SARS-CoV-2 infection and compared antibody levels of vaccinated and unvaccinated patients to determine whether vaccination protected against COVID-19-associated acute respiratory failure and improved outcomes of hospitalized patients.

Of 152 adults admitted to Ohio State University Hospital with acute respiratory failure between May 2020 and November 2022, 112 tested positive for COVID-19 and 40 tested negative. Of the 112 patients with COVID-19, 89 were unvaccinated and 23 were vaccinated. Of the 89 unvaccinated patients, 46 were admitted before COVID-19 vaccines were available, and 43 were admitted after.

Among the 23 vaccinated patients, six received three vaccine doses, seven received two doses of Pfizer or Moderna, one received two doses of an unspecified vaccine, two received AstraZeneca, and seven received an incomplete vaccine series. Most patients in the cohort received an mRNA vaccine.

Key Findings

  • In unvaccinated patients aged 19 to 49 and 50 to 79, researchers observed similar survival outcomes—with a decrease in survival noted in adults older than 80.
  • In patients aged 50 and older, an increased risk of mortality was observed in those who were vaccinated compared with those who were not.
  • COVID-19 patients who received a complete vaccination series had higher mortality than those who didn’t finish their vaccination series.
  • Vaccinated patients who didn’t survive had “significantly increased average time” between receiving their initial vaccine dose and hospital admission compared with patients who did survive.

“Although the number of patients in this study is limited, these results suggest that among hospitalized patients, prior vaccination may not always be indicative of protection against mortality,” the paper’s authors wrote.

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According to the study, several factors could explain the findings. For example, vaccinated patients tended to be less healthy—a finding supported by the methodology used during the study. Additionally, vaccinated individuals were slightly older. Yet even when patients with similar characteristics were compared, researchers still observed significantly improved survival among unvaccinated patients.

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Additional survival analyses showed that unvaccinated patients admitted after COVID-19 vaccines were authorized had an increased risk of mortality compared with those admitted before vaccine authorization. The researchers said this could be a result of different circulating variants; however, vaccinated patients had a significantly higher risk of mortality than both unvaccinated groups regardless of the variant.

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To their surprise, the researchers observed worse clinical outcomes and decreased antibody levels among vaccinated patients compared with the unvaccinated group. Antibody levels have been the determining factor used by vaccine makers and U.S. regulatory agencies to determine whether a COVID-19 vaccine is effective.

Furthermore, researchers observed reduced SARS-CoV-2-reactive antibody levels in vaccinated non-survivors.

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An antibody is a protein produced by the body’s immune system that circulates in blood, recognizes foreign substances such as bacteria and viruses, and neutralizes them. After exposure to an antigen—a toxin or foreign substance—antibodies continue circulating in the blood to protect against future exposure to the virus or bacteria.

In their study, the researchers measured total IgG4 antibody levels in vaccinated and unvaccinated patients and found higher concentrations in COVID-19 patients in week three, along with reduced protective antibody responses, indicating the higher IgG4 levels didn’t necessarily yield protection against COVID-19. This is consistent with recent studies suggesting mRNA vaccines may increase COVID-19 spike-specific IgG4 levels without providing protection.

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For example, a May 2023 study in Vaccines found that increased IgG4 levels after repeated vaccination with mRNA vaccines may not have a protective effect. Instead, it may cause “an immune tolerance mechanism” to the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein that promotes unchallenged SARS-CoV-2 infection and replication by suppressing natural antiviral responses.

A July 2021 study published in Vaccines showed that mortality rates among vaccinated hospitalized patients increased with additional vaccine doses and post-vaccination time.

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However, the authors of the current paper noted that other studies have found benefits to vaccination for hospitalized COVID-19 patients and that IgG4-related noninfectious diseases are more prevalent in patients older than 50 years, which could contribute to increased mortality. At the same time, the higher mortality rates observed among vaccinated patients older than 50, compared with unvaccinated patients with severe COVID-19 and respiratory failure, are concerning and may indicate an impaired response to COVID-19 vaccines, the authors said.

by Megan Redshaw – originally published by The Epoch Times

Megan Redshaw is an attorney and investigative journalist with a background in political science. She is also a traditional naturopath with additional certifications in nutrition and exercise science.

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