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Post time 2018-3-10 21:12:46 | Show all posts |Read mode
Edited by kesizewi at 2018-3-14 21:23

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Kawasaki disease is characterized by fevers and inflammation in the blood vessels that can be caused a number of inciting factors, including virus, bacteria or infection, CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta said on "Larry King Live.""You get pretty sick for a few days. In the worst-case scenario, sometimes it can affect the blood vessels of the heart, called the coronary arteries," Gupta said. "Sometimes they can develop aneurysms in it. That's probably the most dangerous thing. But again, this is typically a disease associated with young children. It's typically in Japan, and it's pretty rare."Gupta said it was rare for teens to display symptoms of the disease, which usually occurs in young children."Most of the patients are usually between 2 and 5 years old. Sometimes they get up to age 8. But it's very rare in fact for someone to be in their teens and still have symptoms of Kawasaki. They may have had it earlier in life, but to still have any manifestations of it is unusual," he said.The causes of Kawasaki disease are unknown. Some scientists think it's caused by an infectious agent, such as a virus. Some studies have noted a link between the disease and carpet cleaning chemicals."It seems to me that they are brushing KD off as nothing, and it is really frustrating me. any suggestions?


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Post time 2018-9-13 13:20:51 | Show all posts
Standard symptomatic treatment is the intravenous administration of immunoglobulins.

Patients should be vaccinated against influenza and chickenpox: these infections, combined with a multi-month course of aspirin, significantly increase the risk of developing Ray's syndrome.

Corticosteroids are also used, especially if other treatments are ineffective, but in a randomized controlled trial, adding corticosteroids to immunoglobulin and aspirin therapy did not improve the result. In addition, the use of corticosteroids in Kawasaki disease is associated with an increased risk of coronary artery aneurysms, therefore, their use is generally contraindicated.
Plasmapheresis is spoken of as a method of treating patients with Kawasaki's disease, but the results of the research are contradictory.
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