A new study published in bioRxiv.org demonstrated that wrong injection technique could be one of the reasons behind clotting following inoculation by adeno virus-based Covid vaccines, which include AstraZeneca, J&J and Sputnik jabs. The incorrect technique could lead to the injection accidentally being given into a blood vessel rather than the muscle.
A study done on mice by clinician scientists in Munich University in Germany and a research institute in Italy found this very rare complication of the adenovirus vaccine could be happening due to the vaccine being injected into the blood stream.
Wrong injection technique of adenovirus Covid-19 can lead to clots
The preprint posted on bioRxiv.org earlier this week stated that the study highlighted accidental intravenous injection as a potential mechanism for post-vaccination thrombotic thrombocytopenic syndrome (TTS) also called vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT).
The study showed what effects the shot can have in the bloodstream. It cannot be tried out on humans and so was done on mice. When given intra muscularly, it stays localised. When injected into the bloodstream it gets transported to different parts of the body and clots can form anywhere. Clot-formation has been acknowledged as clearly associated, though not commonly associated, with the IMA.