Myocarditis in teens post COVID-19 vax ‘mild, self-resolving’

Largest Australian study from one hospital shows they all recovered with rest and ibuprofen

A group of teenagers with myocarditis following COVID-19 vaccination experienced a mild, self-resolving illness, with none requiring intensive care, according to Australian findings.

Researchers looked at data on 33 adolescents who presented to Monash Children’s Hospital in Melbourne with symptoms of myocarditis associated with troponin rise (>15ng/L).