No need to fear about MISC disease in children post Covid

About Corona waves in India, an important information came forward from Hyderabad. There is no need for undue concern about Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome MISC in children post Covid. It is a rare situation that can emerge in children and even in adults post Covid-19. It is curable, said Dr Rakesh Mishra former director CCMB. Here it is to be noted that  Director Medical Education Dr Ramesh Reddy said there was no need to fear. "The government is making all necessary arrangements in advance to deal with the MISC," he said.

For your information let us share that , expert advice that  Covid-19 itself might not seriously affect children in the third wave but other severe complications like Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MSIC) due to Covid can turn into a bigger problems. According to officials, over 50 children with MISC are under treatment at Niloufer Hospital at present. According to Murali Krishna, Superintendent of Niloufer Hospital, there has been no serious case and the children were getting discharged within five days.

However, doctors say that parents need to keep a watch on children for symptoms like vomiting, diarrhoea, pain in the stomach, skin rash, feeling unusually tired, fast heartbeat, rapid breathing, redness in eyes, redness or swelling of the lips and tongue and face, redness or swelling of the hands or feet, headache or dizziness. If such symptoms are found to be there for more than 24 hours, then they should consult the doctors.

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