Markis Kido and the fatal collapse: only high pressure?



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Markis Kido and the fatal collapse: only high pressure?

Markis Kido was an Indonesian badminton player, winner of the gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, in doubles. Kido has died aged 36 from a heart attack. The Badminton Association of Indonesia said in a statement that former player Candra Wijaya witnessed Kido collapse while playing badminton at a sports complex in Tangerang.

Kido has played badminton at the venue every Monday. Kido collapse while playing badminton at a sports complex in Tangerang. PBSI chairman Agung Firman Sampurna said Kido's death is a "huge loss" for the Indonesian badminton family, which is currently preparing for next month's Tokyo Olympics.

Kido suffered from high blood pressure, the PBSI said in a statement, citing his mother di lui, Zul Asteria.

Did Pedro Obiang suffer from myocarditis after the vaccine?

Myocarditis is inflammation of the heart muscle that can reduce the heart's ability to pump and cause rapid or abnormal heart rhythms.

Severe myocarditis weakens the heart so that the rest of the body doesn't get enough blood. Clots can form in the heart, causing a stroke or heart attack. It is a particularly serious problem for athletes as it damages and destroys the cells of one of the most important organs for competitive activity.

Pedro Obiang, who currently plays as a midfielder for the Serie A club Sassuolo and the Equatorial Guinea national team, is now unsure whether he will ever return to soccer due to myocarditis, possibly caused by the COVID-19 vaccine.

Obiang received the COVID-19 vaccine in July. Shortly thereafter he was hospitalized for heart problems. He was discharged after 10 days, but he will not be able to play football for a minimum of 6 months. A doctor, who prefers to remain anonymous, has confirmed that the player has been diagnosed with myocarditis.

Obiang wanted to thank his fans with a long message after his reminder: "Thank you for all the love received, it was not an easy time but I maintain the same illusion as when I was a child. At the moment I am fine, I have been well looked after.

from all the professionals of the Modena hospital where they kept me in a good mood. Then I have to thank Doctor Pecci. I want to thank the company for the patience and seriousness, for the respect they have shown me in this difficult moment.

fans, who make this profession more than just a sport. I will return all that love on the pitch. Thank you, Pedro. "