Residue autopsies from the first known death from covid-19 in the United States revealed that the death was caused by a heart rupture caused by the virus attack
A 57-year-old woman, Patricia Dawood, from San Jose, California, died at her home on February 6, after she suffered from flu-like symptoms.
death investigation found that she was already infected with the new coronavirus, which means that the American Covid 19 deaths occurred weeks earlier than previously thought.
They initially expected that David’s death was the result of a heart attack but now the autopsy report showed that the virus had spread to the heart muscle, and that the viral infection had torn a valve in her heart, she said.
Dr. Judy Millenic, a forensic specialist who was not involved in the case study of the woman’s immune system, attacked the virus and, in the process, damaged the heart, which caused it to explode.
Millenic added that this type of rupture of the heart occurs more commonly in people, who suffer from high cholesterol levels or deformations in the heart muscle, but David’s condition was very unusual because her heart was of normal size and weight, she said.
And she said there is something abnormal in the fact that a completely normal heart bursts sound hearts not torn apart
David was in good health and exercised regularly before her illness, and previous scientific studies stated that there was a relationship between Covid 19 and the heart. A small study in China found that more than 1 in 5 Corona patients suffered from heart damage as a result of infection.