Findings published in NEJM: Thrombosis and Thrombocytopenia after ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 Vaccination

Nina H. Schultz and Pål André Holme
Nina H. Schultz and Pål André Holme

A team of researchers from several departments at Oslo University Hospital has described a vaccine-induced syndrome of severe thrombosis and thrombocytopenia found among five patients admitted to OUH. The findings have recently been published in the New England Journal of Medicine, and have received national and international attention. Nina H. Schulz and Pål André Holme from the Department of Haematology are first and senior authors respectively.

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The NEJM publication:
Schultz NH, Sørvoll IH, Michelsen AE, Munthe LA, Lund-Johansen F, Ahlen MT, Wiedmann M, Aamodt AH, Skattør TH, Tjønnfjord GE, Holme PA (2021)
Thrombosis and Thrombocytopenia after ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 Vaccination
N Engl J Med
DOI 10.1056/NEJMoa2104882, PubMed 33835768


Articles covering the findings from some major Norwegian media outlets:

Astra Zeneca-saken: – Aldri sett så høyt nivå av antistoffer (Aftenposten, April 9th 2021)
AstraZeneca-funn publisert i prestisjetidsskrift: Pasientene var mellom 32 og 54 år (VG, April 10th 2021)
Professor om mistenkte vaksinebivirkninger: – Årsaken er funnet (VG, March 18t 2021)
Norske vaksinefunn publisert i prestisjetidsskrift (Dagens Medisin, April 9th 2021)
OUS-forsker: Har funnet årsaken til AstraZeneca-bivirkninger (NRK, March 18th 2021)
AstraZenecas vaksine - - Andre begynner å skjønne nå (Dagbladet, April 7th 2021)


Oslo University Hospital affiliated co-authors:
Nina H. Schultz, Department of Haematology
Annika E. MichelsenResearch Institute of Internal Medicine (RIIM)
Ludvig A. MuntheDepartment of Immunology
Fridtjof Lund-Johansen, Department of Immunology
Markus Wiedmann, Department of Neurosurgery
Anne-Hege Aamodt, Department of Neurology
Thor H. Skattør, Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
Geir E. Tjønnfjord, Department of Haematology
Pål A. Holme, Department of Haematology

 
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