A son suffering from childhood coronavirus-associated multiple system inflammation syndrome (MIS-C) was hospitalized in the hospital. Mothers warn others that if their children fight COVID-19 or come into contact with the virus, be aware of this situation.
Amber Allen of Nashville said: “I feel helpless, I can’t do anything.” Her 5-year-old son, Matthew, was recently accepted at Monroe Karel Junior Children’s Hospital in Vanderbilt. The treatment of inflammatory diseases.
She told the local news media “WKRN”: “His feet, knees and hands are all swollen, I just know something is wrong.”
She added: “His health has just begun to decline.” He pointed out that Matthew needs to be hospitalized for five nights and six days. However, he is now recovering.
Louisiana children died of MIS-C disease that may be linked to the coronavirus in the state
MIS-C causes inflammation in different parts of the body, such as the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes or gastrointestinal organs. It was compared with Kawasaki disease. Although Kawasaki disease causes the two conditions to be different, it can cause swelling of the arteries throughout the body.
Children with MIS-C often have fever, accompanied by symptoms such as abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, neck pain, skin rash, eye congestion and fatigue.
Experts do not yet fully understand the cause of MIS-C, but they have identified it as a syndrome related to COVID-19. Most children with MIS-C have previously had COVID-19 or been infected with this virus.
CDC has now reported severe coronavirus-related inflammation in adults
Since the beginning of the pandemic, there have been various reports of the syndrome, most of which have occurred in children. However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed the condition of adults in a report of 27 adult patients in October, describing a new, similar disease, the adult multiple system inflammatory syndrome (MIS-A).
The author wrote at the time: “The results of the study indicate that adult patients of all ages who are currently or previously infected with SARS-CoV-2 may develop a hyperinflammatory syndrome similar to MIS-C.” He added, limiting COVID -19 spreading measures may help prevent MIS-a kind.
Kayla Rivas of Fox News contributed to this report.