Method to identify the children's kawasaki fever soon

Method to identify the children's kawasaki fever soon

Kawasaki disease

Kawasaki disease is a form of acute vascular inflammation, by Kawasaki Tomisaku doctor first described in 1967. Cause of the Kawasaki disease has not been clarified. In the new document, the researchers think much about staph, mycoplasma or BBV virus, CMV.

Think of Kawasaki disease if they have a fever for at least 5 days and 4 out of 5 of the following symptoms:

- Conjunctivitis two sides eye, not latex.

- Change in the mouth, almost: Red dry lips, cracked; tongue red strawberry; oral mucosa and almost diffuse red.

- Change to spend my: Red palms, feet; hard right hands, feet; sloughing fingers in the subacute phase (from week 2 onwards).

- Erythema diversity in the body, peeling skin around the anus.

- Inflammation of the cervical lymph node 2 sides of pus.

If a child has peeling skin around the anus accompanied by fever, definitely have the disease. Parents should take their children to the hospital as soon as signs of the disease.

If detected and treated the Kawasaki disease late, the child will have a 30% risk of complications to the heart, leading to death from coronary artery aneurysm rupture.