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A 29-year-old former personal trainer who is now out of breath just from walking around the room, is worried about her heart and what the future holds.A 29-year-old former personal trainer who is now out of breath just from walking around the room, is worried about her heart and what the future holds.

Post-COVID heart damage alarms researchers

WASHINGTON (BLOOMBERG) - Doctors recommend cardiac screening tests for competitive athletes who have recovered from Covid-19 after a small study found heart damage in 1 in 7 college sports competitors, including in those whose coronavirus infection caused no obvious symptoms.. Read more at straitstimes.com.United States News -WASHINGTON (BLOOMBERG) - Doctors recommend cardiac screening tests for competitive athletes who have recovered from Covid-19 after a small study found heart damage in 1 in 7

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Protocols recommend a clinical examination, an ultrasound, an electrocardiogram and a blood test to help diagnose myocarditis in athletes who contracted the coronavirus. The Ohio State study used all of methods as well as CMR imaging, which was found to be successful in spotting myocardial inflammation that was not picked up by the other methods.

Ohio State discovers new way to identify heart inflammation in athletes with COVID - News - The Columbus Dispatch - Columbus, OH

Four of 26 college athletes, who had mild or asymptomatic COVID-19, may have had myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle.

College athletes show signs of possible heart injury after COVID-19 | Science News

Do college athletes with COVID-19 develop heart problems called myocarditis? Is COVID dangerous for college football players? Some may develop the condition.The condition was detected in athletes with mild or asymptomatic cases of COVID-19.

COVID linked to heart inflammation in college athletes, small study suggests

Ohio State reports findings in those with mild or no COVID symptomsOhio State reports findings in those with mild or no COVID symptoms

As Football Returns, Data Affirm Post-COVID Heart Risks for Athletes | MedPage Today

A recent study showed some COVID-19 survivors had evidence of heart inflammation after recovering, which could be worrying for student-athletes.A recent study showed some COVID-19 survivors had evidence of heart inflammation after recovering, which could be worrying for student-athletes.

Research says coronavirus could cause heart damage, worrying for athletes

A recent study showed some COVID-19 survivors had evidence of heart inflammation after recovering, which could be worrying for student-athletes.

Research says coronavirus could cause heart damage, worrying for athletes | KTAR.com

Up to 15% of college athletes experience heart inflammation after battling COVID-19, a study published Friday by JAMA Cardiology found.Up to 15% of college athletes experience heart inflammation after battling COVID-19, a study published Friday by JAMA Cardiology found.

Study finds evidence of heart damage in college athletes with COVID-19 - UPI.com

US study indicates that even asymptomatic cases could suffer cardiac impairmentUS study indicates that even asymptomatic cases could suffer cardiac impairment

Coronavirus: heart damage detected in infected young athletes - The National

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