MIS-C havoc after corona in Delhi-NCR, 177 children have confirmed illness: Data from the Indian Academy of Pediatrics Intensive Care Chapter shows that more than two thousand cases of MIS-C were registered in the first wave of Covid-19. Experts say that if found out soon, it can be treated.
The number of patients with Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome, who are preying on children after the Coronavirus, continues to increase. In Delhi-NCR, 177 cases have been reported related to this disease. Of these, 109 have been filed in the capital Delhi alone, while 68 other cases have been found in Gurugram and Faridabad. Experts say that there is an increase in MIS-C cases among children recovering from corona virus.
According to the report, the patient suffers from fever after suffering from MIS-C. Also, during this time there is swelling in the heart, lungs and brain. According to experts, fever, difficulty in breathing, abdominal pain, blue skin and nails are symptoms of this disease. This disease is making children between the age of 6 months to 15 years their prey. So far, the most patients have been found between the ages of 5 and 15 years.
Doctor Dhiren Gupta, elected chairperson of the Indian Academy of Pediatrics Intensive Care Chapter, says, “Severe infection of Covid-19 in children brings two changes. The child may develop pneumonia or may develop MIS-C condition. He told, “Early detection can help in catching the problem in time.” Dr. Gupta is a pediatrician at Sir Gangaram Hospital.
There is no reduction in the death toll on the corona case, doctors said. The real reason is that the Indian Academy of Pediatrics Intensive Care Chapter data shows that more than two thousand cases of MIS-C were recorded in the first wave of Covid-19. Had gone. Experts say that if found out soon, it can be treated. Talking to the Times of India, Dr Gunjan Kela, Head of the Department of Paediatrics, SAIMS, said that this syndrome can affect different organs including the lungs, nervous system and heart.
He gave information, ‘But if it is detected early, then treatment can be done and its effect can also be reduced.’ Parents are being advised to be cautious during 1 month of their recovery.