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15 Children Are Hospitalized With Mysterious Illness Possibly Tied to Covid-19

15 Children Are Hospitalized With Mysterious Illness

15 Children Are Hospitalized With Mysterious Illness: The world is yet to recover from the havoc of the Coronavirus, but a similar mysterious disease has knocked in many countries. There have been cases in many countries of America and Europe. 

In Britain, a child has also died due to this. The virus has been identified as a pediatric multi-system inflammatory syndrome. It is being linked to COVID-19.

At least 64 children and adolescents in Britain are battling the disease. Researchers say that this causes high fever in children for several days. 

Stomach cramps and vomiting are symptoms that occur frequently. Professor Jane Neuberger at Harvard Medical School says that so far, there have been very few cases of this, but the number is steadily increasing. 

15 Children Are Hospitalized With Mysterious Illness Possibly Tied to Covid-19

15 Children Are Hospitalized With Mysterious Illness
15 Children Are Hospitalized With Mysterious Illness

Doctors and scientists are trying to get to the bottom of it. It is not known why it is targeting only a few children. 

Dr. Sean O'Leary of Children's Hospital Colorado said that if the child looks ill, you should see a doctor. 

Some patients have been brought in very serious condition with low blood pressure and high fever. There are some who have coronary artery problems.

Toxic shock syndrome symptoms in patients

15 Children Are Hospitalized With Mysterious Illness
15 Children Are Hospitalized With Mysterious Illness

Symptoms such as toxic shock syndrome have been observed in some patients. 

They complains of stomachache, vomiting and diarrhea. They have severe burning feeling in their body and chest. 

Immunoglobin is being given to the patients which helps in reducing the irritation in the immune system. 

They are also being given steroid and cytokine blockers. O'Leary said that the disease started in Europe and there are signs that most children will recover from it. 

But according to a report published in The Lancet, a 14-year-old teenager has died due to the disease. In France, Italy and Spain patients of this disease have also been reported.

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