12. COVID-19 and Cardiology

COVID-19 can lead to myocardial injury, which refers to damage to the heart muscle. This can occur due to direct viral invasion, systemic inflammation, oxygen supply-demand mismatch, or other mechanisms. Myocardial injury may manifest as elevated cardiac biomarkers (e.g., troponin) and can lead to acute cardiac events, including heart attacks, heart failure, or arrhythmias. Impact on Cardiac Services and Elective Procedures: During the peak of the pandemic, many hospitals had to prioritize COVID-19 patients and allocate resources accordingly. This led to the postponement or cancellation of elective cardiac procedures, such as diagnostic tests, interventions, and surgeries

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