(USA) #Coronavirus Multi-System-Inflammatory Syndrome Report: At least 285 U.S. children have developed a serious inflammatory condition linked to the #coronavirus and while most recovered, the potential for long-term or permanent damage is unknown, two new studies suggest #AceHealthDesk report

#AceHealthReport – June.30: The papers, published online Monday in the New England Journal of Medicine, provide the fullest report yet on the condition: The condition is known as multi-system inflammatory syndrome in children. It is considered uncommon and deaths are rare; six children died among the 285 in the new studies: Including cases in Europe, where it was first reported, about 1,000 children worldwide have been affected, a journal editorial said:

#Coronavirus Studies Report: At least 285 children from USA have developed a serious inflammatory condition linked to #coronavirus and six have died according to the New England Journal of Medicine:

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The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s case definition includes current or recent #COVID19 infection or exposure to the virus; a fever of at least 100.4 for at least 24 hours; severe illness requiring hospitalization; inflammatory markers in blood tests, and evidence of problems affecting at least two organs that could include the heart, kidneys, lungs, skin or other nervous system: Digestive symptoms including nausea and diarrhea are common. Some children may have symptoms resembling Kawasaki disease, a rare condition in children that can cause swelling and heart problems.

At least 35 states have had cases, and they seem to crop up a few weeks after local COVID-19 activity peaks, said Dr. Adrienne Randolph of Boston Children’s Hospital: She is a lead researcher for a multistate study that includes CDC scientists. The second paper involved 99 children in New York state, where the first U.S. cases occurred.

“ Combined, the papers show 285 cases from March thru mid to late May but Randolph said additional U.S. children have been diagnosed in June: Most had current or recent COVID-19 infections but had previously been healthy: About 80% of children in the multistate study had heart-related problems, which included coronary aneurysms — a bulge in a heart artery that can be fatal: “Those need to be followed up,” Randolph said. “This is a life-threatening concern for a lot of patients.”

Most affected children had no other health condition but about 30% were obese: The condition also appears to disproportionately affect Latino and Black children and boys: The average age was 8 years old………………..Researchers don’t know if adults can be affected.

#AceHealthDesk report ……………..Published: June.30: 2020:

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