Kawasaki Disease

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Kawasaki Disease Related to Covid-19 Subscribe Now Considerable confusion surrounds a recently recognized complication of Covid-19 in young children and adolescents.  Since its original description in April 2020 it has been variously referred to as Kawasaki Disease, Toxic Shock Syndrome and Cytokine Storm. More recently the name has been changed from Pediatric Inflammatory Multisystem Syndrome to Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children. Without Symptoms of Covid-19 Children generally remain free of symptoms during their infection with the coronavirus.  Signs and symptoms of Kawasaki Disease typically manifest in the convalescent phase several weeks after the infection resolves.  It appears the immune system once stimulated to control the virus continues to spiral out of control and attacks tissues throughout the body. https://youtu.be/rguZShGIPqM Kawasaki Disease from WellNowDoctor on YouTube Manifestations Children with Kawasaki Disease…
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Singulair – Not Very Effective

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Subscribe Now Although Singulair or montelukast remains among the most frequently prescribed medicines with more than 25 million prescriptions each year, the drug is not very effective.  It routinely fails to live up to expectations.  Typically employed to treat nasal allergies, rhinitis or hay fever it may be administered to prevent asthma or breathing disorders associated with exercise.  Some doctors also prescribe Singulair off-label for individuals suffering from hives, itchy skin and for wheezing episodes in children.        Dose The dose remains one tablet daily in the evening except when used to prevent exercise related asthma.  These individuals should take the pill two hours before planned activities but the limit remains only one pill within any 24 hour period.  Montelukast is available for children over age 6 months as a packet…
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