Tuesday, 09 August 2022



LATEST NEWS Raghav Chadha urges External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar to bring Mandeep Kaur’s Mortal remains back to India Pending VAT cases to be resolved within four months : Harpal Singh Cheema Fatigue, headache among top symptoms of long Covid Achanta Sharath Kamal wins gold, Sathiyan clinches bronze in men's singles table tennis I played a bit more patiently, that gave me a lot of confidence : Lakshya Sen 'Games of Thrones' star Sean Bean says intimacy coordinators 'spoil the spontaneity' Ankit Tiwari gives another romantic treat to fans with 'Jaaniya' Moeen Ali, Sunil Narine, Chris Lynn, Shimron Hetmyer, Wanindu Hasaranga among big-ticket sign-ons for UAE's ILT20 'Attack on states' authority': Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann opposes Electricity Amendment Bill Maha cabinet expansion likely on Tuesday, hints Eknath Shinde Aamir Khan hasn't seen SS Rajamouli's magnum opus 'RRR' Lakshya Sen gets India's 20th gold medal after beating Ng Tze Yong in men's singles badminton Previous CMs absence from Niti Aayog meetings harmed state's interests : Malvinder Singh Kang Treatment plants for waste water coming from Rajasthan : Manohar Lal Khattar Google again sues Sonos for copying smart speaker, voice control tech Jennifer Lopez helped resurrect her acting career : Jane Fonda As a batting, bowling team we have a lot to do : Nicholas Pooran Duleep Trophy to kick-start Indian domestic season 2022-23, Irani Cup makes a return Have been an ardent fan of Anurag Kashyap's cinema : Armaan Malik Tried to keep things simple; the talk is to be adaptable : Arshdeep Singh England all-rounder Emma Lamb voted ICC Women's Player of the Month for July


Covid vax likely safe for patients treated for hypothyroidism

Delta Plus Covid variant, Covid-19, Delta Covid-19 variant, Coronavirus, Covaxin, Covishield, Sputnik V,  Pfizer, Astra Zeneca, Remdesivir

Web Admin

Web Admin

5 Dariya News

New York , 12 Jun 2022

Inactivated and mRNA Covid-19 vaccines appear to be safe for patients treated for hypothyroidism, say researchers.The study, to be presented at ENDO 2022, found that these vaccines do not cause significant fluctuations in thyroid function and are not associated with increased risks of emergency department visits or unscheduled hospitalisations.

"No previous studies have looked at any possible relationship between COVID-19 vaccines and unstable thyroid function control among patients receiving thyroid hormone replacement for hypothyroidism," said lead researcher David T.W. Lui from the University of Hong Kong.

"Our reassuring findings should encourage patients treated for hypothyroidism to get vaccinated against Covid-19 for protection from potentially worse Covid-19-related outcomes," Lui added.For the study, the team evaluated an inactivated vaccine called CoronaVac and an mRNA vaccine, Pfizer BioNTech (BNT162b2) vaccine. 

CoronaVac uses a dead version of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. It is being used in vaccination campaigns in various countries.Messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines teach the body's cells how to make a protein that will trigger an immune response. The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are mRNA vaccines.

The researchers evaluated data from more than 47,000 Covid-19 vaccine recipients taking levothyroxine for hypothyroidism.Patients were divided into three groups: unvaccinated, those who received the CoronaVac vaccine, and those who received the mRNA vaccine.The team found that patients who received either type of Covid-19 vaccine were not at increased risk of needing to have their levothyroxine dosage reduced or increased.


Tags: Delta Plus Covid variant , Covid-19 , Delta Covid-19 variant , Coronavirus , Covaxin , Covishield , Sputnik V , Pfizer , Astra Zeneca , Remdesivir



related news




Photo Gallery



Video Gallery



5 Dariya News RNI Code: PUNMUL/2011/49000
© 2011-2022 | 5 Dariya News | All Rights Reserved
Powered by: CDS PVT LTD