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Professor Jeremy Nicholson, Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Health Sciences at Murdoch University Perth, said there is a “significant possibility” that the virus could exacerbate an underlying heart condition.
An autopsy last week confirmed that the spinner died of natural causes while vacationing with friends on the Thai island of Koh Samui on March 4.
A University of Washington study found that a year after contracting Covid
A University of Washington study found that a year after contracting Covid, patients had a 72 percent higher rate of heart failure and their risk of heart attack increased by 63 percent.
“It is possible that Shane had a pre-existing subclinical level of atherosclerosis (this is very common in men over 40) that was later accelerated by covid-19,” Professor Nicholson told News Corp.
The athlete contracted covid twice, the first time in England while training the London Spirit last August, and the second time just a few weeks before making his last trip to Thailand.
He died last week after friends who stayed with Warne found him unconscious in his room with failed attempts to revive the athlete.
Professor Nicholson has investigated biochemical abnormalities in the blood of Covid patients and how it relates to the risk of heart disease.
He recently published a paper that showed the virus caused “a major change in cardiovascular risk markers” and may increase the risk of heart disease.
The professor said it was possible Warne’s underlying heart concerns could have been made worse by his covid infection, especially as the cricketer used a ventilator.
The athlete contracted covid twice, the first time in England while training the London Spirit last August and the second time just a few weeks before making his last trip to Thailand.
Professor Nicholson said the cricketer’s shocking death highlighted the heightened population-level risk for people who have contracted Covid-19.
A state funeral will be held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 30 with as many fans as possible invited to attend (pictured people leave tributes at the Shane Warne statue)
Flowers, handwritten letters, cricket balls, cigarettes and VB cans have been left by fans at the base of the Shane Warne statue outside the MCG.
Professor Tom Marwick, director of the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute at Alfred Hospital, has also found a connection between covid and cardiovascular events.
His research shows that those who had had Covid-19 had a 72 percent increased risk of heart failure and a 63 percent increased risk of heart attack one year after infection.
Warne’s family revealed that he suffered from chest pains and asthma attacks in the weeks before his death.
There has also been speculation about ‘crazy’ cleanses that Warne was known to do, sometimes just drinking fluids for 14 days to lose the pounds.
His former doctor, Peter Brukner, broke his silence last week about what he believes caused the 52-year-old’s death, blaming the twist king’s lifestyle.
He told Perth radio hosts Basil Zempilas and Xavier Ellis that his death was hastened by a combination of long-standing smoking, poor diet and other factors.
“Warney, if he had heart disease, which sounds like he did, you know, it didn’t happen overnight in Thailand,” he told Triple M Breakfast on Wednesday.
‘It’s been going on for 20, 30 years because of smoking, poor diet, etc, etc.
Son Jackson drove her sister Brooke and mother Simone Callahan, who had not been seen in public since the shocking death of her ex-husband, to the airport in her father’s black Mercedes-Benz.
Son Jackson drove her sister Brooke and her mother Simone Callahan, whom he had not seen in public since the shocking death of her ex-husband, to the airport in her father’s black Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon. of the.
Warne, 52, was flown to Melbourne on a plane owned by billionaire Australian businessman Terry Peabody. Peabody, a prominent wine and waste management entrepreneur.
Thai authorities authorized his body to be returned home this week after an autopsy report revealed the sports star died of natural causes.
A state funeral will be held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 30 with as many fans as possible invited to attend.
An intimate ceremony for the spinner bowler’s friends and family is expected next week as the country mourns the loss of the cricketing legend.