Fallout from the Zika outbreak continues, most recently causing concern that adults who were infected with the mosquito-borne virus may be at an increased risk of heart failure and a heart rhythm abnormality called atrial fibrillation, according to a prospective observation from multiple centers involved in treating the outbreak in Venezuela. The study focused on nine people who exhibited new-onset cardiovascular symptoms within two weeks of initial confirmed Zika infection. Six were women and three were men. Eight experienced arrhythmia and six were diagnosed with heart failure. In three cases, the arrhythmias were acute with non-sustained atrial tachycardia in two ... Read More
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