Decreased Heart Function After Recovery From CCP Virus

The Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK) reported on April 1st that a survey conducted by the Japanese Circulation Society found that some people infected with CCP virus developed symptoms such as decreased cardiac functions three months later after discharge from the hospital.

Investigators screened hundreds of infected patients without a history of heart disease from moderate to severe cases of CCP virus admitted to seven medical institutions in Tokyo and elsewhere and conducted a detailed survey of 31 people at risk for heart disease based on their blood test results. The results showed that three months after these patients were discharged, 13 people, which is about 42% of the total number, showed symptoms of decreased heart function, and another eight showed symptoms of myocarditis.Saga University School of Medicine professor Koichi Node, who oversaw the survey, said that even the CCP virus infection has been cured, it is important to monitor the health condition for a long time and seek medical attention as soon as abnormalities are found.

Experts also said that the daily number of confirmed cases in Japan has been on the rise recently, and that it is important to closely monitor the development of the pandemic, and to take all measures to prevent a resurgence of the virus.

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