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Hipótesis: Posible interferencia inmunológica entre el Polisorbato 80 de la vacuna antigripal adyuvada y el SARS-CoV-2 como causa de la pandemia por coronavirus | Hypothesis: Possible immune interference between Polysorbate 80 of the adjuvanted influenza vaccine and SARS-CoV-2 as a cause of coronavirus pandemic

Juan F. Gastón Añaños; Ana Martínez Giménez; Elisa Mª Sahún García

Partiendo de un análisis epidemiológico de las defunciones por COVID-19 en el Sector Sanitario atendido por el Hospital de Barbastro, y del estudio de la historia farmacoterapéutica de los pacientes afectados, se encontró que el fármaco más común a todos los fallecidos era la vacuna antigripal adyuvada. Esto llevó a plantear la hipótesis de que la vacunación antigripal con la vacuna adyuvada de la campaña 2019-2020 pudiera estar asociada a un mayor riesgo de fallecimiento por COVID-19 en mayores de 65 años, es decir, a la sospecha de una posible iatrogenia, sospecha que aumentó al acceder a datos de otro sector.

 

Based on an epidemiological analysis of COVID-19 deaths in the Health Sector attended by the Hospital of Barbastro, and the study of the pharmacotherapeutic history of affected patients, it was found that the most common drug to all the deceased was the adjuvanted influenza vaccine. This led to the hypothesis that the influenza vaccination of the 2019-2020 campaign with the adjuvanted influenza vaccine could be associated with an increased risk of deaths by COVID-19 in people over 65 years of age, that is to say, to the suspicion of a possible iatrogenesis, suspicion that increased when accessing data from another sector.

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