Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome, a Mysterious Disease due to Corona Virus

Ilustrasi virus corona, covid-19. (Pexels / Nand Anna Nandhu Kumar) – Corona virus Covid-19 can lead to serious complications in the sufferer. A new report found the type mysterious disease related to the Covid-19 corona virus which attacks children and adults.

The report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), warns that multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS-A) can be fatal in adults.

MIS-A was first identified in children in April 2020 as the cause inflammation in several organs.

There are some of the main symptoms of this condition, including fever for more than 5 days, rash, swollen glands in the neck, dry lips, chapped lips, red fingers or toes, red eyes and diarrhea.

Research has shown that MIS-A is linked to the Covid-19 corona virus. Because, many patients positive for the Covid-19 corona virus have antibodies against them and indicate a recent infection.

Illustration of Corona Virus (Unsplash / CDC)

Now, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have identified 27 cases of MIS-A in adults ages 21 to 50.

In the report, the study, led by Dr Sapna Bamrah Morris, said 27 patients had cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, dermatological and neurological symptoms without severe respiratory disease.

At the same time, 27 of these patients also tested positive for the Covid-19 corona virus. Then, researchers highlighted multisystem inflammatory syndrome in dozens of these patients.

“This patient report highlights a disease known as multisystem inflammatory syndrome in adults (MIS-A), heterogeneity of clinical signs and symptoms as well as antibody testing that identifies similar cases in adults,” said Dr Sapna. Mirror UK.

Based on those findings, the researchers are calling for further research on MIS-A. Researchers may need to carry out testing for the coronavirus, including antibody testing, to recognize and treat adults with MIS-A.

Further research is needed to understand the pathogenesis and long-term effects of this condition. In the end, strengthening prevention efforts might help limit the spread of the Covid-19 corona virus.


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