Australia: Death by Heart Attack Surges by 17% in 2022 – What Changed?
There was a surge of deadly heart attacks across Australia in 2022. Death by heart attack surged 17% in 2022.
What could have possibly changed from previous years? Was it the forced mandates?
Or are we to believe it was the COVID virus that did this?
The Australian press is not yet ready to look in the mirror and report the obvious truth. Instead, they are blaming COVID.
— 9News Queensland (@9NewsQueensland) January 20, 2023
Such dishonest reporting.
The pandemic has caused a surge of fatal cardiac arrests in Australia, as delayed care and COVID’s damaging effect on the heart drives a major uptick in serious heart issues.
More than 10,200 Australians died of ischemic heart disease in the first eight months of 2022 – that is about 17 per cent higher than would be expected in a normal year.
According to an analysis of mortality data by the Actuaries Institute, about 2300 deaths from ischemic heart disease over 2021 and 2022 are considered excess, which means they fall outside the expected natural range.
“Deaths with ischemic heart disease really involve blockages of the blood vessels. And when you have blockages in the blood vessels you then damage heart muscle, and your heart fails, and it can go into cardiac arrest, which means that it essentially stops,” said Professor Steve Nicholls, director of the Victorian Heart Hospital.
Leading heart disease experts say the death statistics are concerning but not surprising. For years, cardiac deaths have been the leading cause of death in Australia. The pandemic has only increased the risk factors.
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