Why are some people suddenly talking about Sudden Adult Death Syndrome?
The usual suspects…
What is Sudden Adult Death Syndrome?
Most of whom are quick to blame COVID vaccines when anyone dies…
Especially if they die suddenly and unexpectedly.
“In 4.1% of sudden unexpected deaths under 65 years, no cause was found. Until it becomes accepted practice to identify these cases by a name, such as Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS), it will not be possible to study their aetiology systematically.”Sudden, unexpected cardiac or unexplained death in England: a national survey
But that’s not why some of you are seeing extra news reports and posts about Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (also called Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome) or SADS. After all, SADS isn’t new, having been first described in the 1990s!
“Rumours are swirling online, claiming that a new condition called “Sudden Adult Death Syndrome” has mysteriously appeared since the start of the pandemic and subsequent vaccination campaign. However, this isn’t quite true. While Sudden Adult Death Syndrome — a misnomer for Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndrome — is a real thing, it has actually been around for decades.”Sudden Adult Death Syndrome is trending — but it’s not new, and it has nothing to do with the COVID vaccine
So what is triggering the rumors?
“While national figures are not available, Melbourne’s Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute is developing the country’s first SADS registry, which it hopes to eventually roll out across the country.”What is SADS? Healthy young people dying from Sudden Adult Death Syndrome
No, it isn’t because doctors are baffled by an increase in cases of SADS in Australia…
It is simply that a cardiologist in Australia is developing a SADS registry.
And folks in the modern anti-vaccine movement are hijacking the stories of people who have tragically died of SADS, and like they do with everything else, they are trying to make people think SADS is some kind of vaccine injury.
Of course, it isn’t!
“If you are a close blood relative of the person who has died of SADS, it is important that you have tests to find out if you have inherited the same medical conditions as the SADS victim. We describe all the tests in cardiac tests. If there have been any sudden or suspicious deaths in your family, including cot death, this further suggests that there may be an underlying inherited condition.”Family Implications following a SADS death
And by hijacking these stories, in addition to making people scared to get vaccinated and protected, anti-vaccine folks ruin any chance to teach folks how to get screened and avoid SADS.
Let’s instead use the opportunity to raise awareness and educate everyone about SADS, including that it isn’t caused by vaccines.
“The Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndromes (SADS) Foundation recommends that all SADSCOVID-19 Vaccine Statement for People with SADS Conditions
patients receive a COVID-19 vaccination.”
In fact, experts recommend that you get vaccinated and protected if you have any of the conditions that cause SADS!
More on Sudden Adult Death Syndrome
- How the Anti-Vax Movement Takes Advantage of SIDS and SUDC Families
- How the Anti-Vaccine Movement Takes Advantage of Dead Children and Their Parents
- Healthy Kids Can Just Die
- Vaccines and Sudden Unexplained Death in Children
- The Vaccine Extremists in the Modern Anti-Vaccine Movement
- This Is the Modern Anti-Vaccine Movement
- Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY)
- SADS Foundation
- What is SADS?
- Family Implications following a SADS death
- Sudden arrhythmic death syndrome
- Sudden Adult Death Syndrome is trending — but it’s not new, and it has nothing to do with the COVID vaccine
- Sudden, unexpected cardiac or unexplained death in England: a national survey
- Brugada syndrome
- No, the Media Did Not Frame a Vaccine Adverse Reaction as ‘Sudden Adult Death Syndrome’
- Fact check – Vaccines are not linked to sudden death in any age group
- Do COVID-19 vaccines cause heart attacks and cardiac death?