35 Burst results for "Inflammatory Syndrome"

Los Angeles County Reports 1,313 New COVID Cases, 22 Deaths

The Ben Shapiro Show

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Los Angeles County Reports 1,313 New COVID Cases, 22 Deaths

"County reported 1313 new cases of covert 19 and 22 additional deaths today. The county has reported another 16 cases of the covert related multi system, inflammatory syndrome and Children. The number of coronavirus patients in County Hospital's, meanwhile, has fallen below 1150. That's a far cry from the more than 8000 patients during the peak of the winter surge in early January.

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FDA panel recommends authorization of Johnson & Johnson single-shot vaccine

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:54 min | 2 months ago

FDA panel recommends authorization of Johnson & Johnson single-shot vaccine

"Panel. But advisers, the Food and Drug Administration unanimously says go for it authorized the Johnson and Johnson covert 19 vaccine for emergency use. An FDA analysis has found it to be 66%, effective overall in to have a quote, favorable safety profile. Doctor pull off. It has advised the FDA during the vaccine approval process, he's director, the Vaccine Education Center at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr Offer. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you. The Madonna and and Fizer. Vaccines have a much higher effective, right, Don't they in the mid nineties? So what makes the Johnson and Johnson version a good idea? Just 66%. The return in five for vaccines were tested in the U. S. Only. The Johnson Johnson vaccine was also tested in several countries and South America as well as Mexico and South Africa. So it's not exactly the same population, so it's sort of comparing Apple. Sarge is also the strange that were circulating in South Africa is primarily the South African variant in this strange circulating in Brazil is primarily the Brazilian variant. So there were different strains really that this vaccine was tested against I gather from reports of senior fellow Panelists asked whether Johnson and Johnson's vaccine might be more effective if it were given his two shots, not just one. And that the company is studying this. What's your view on that? So if you look at the studies, they did the pre clinical studies they did in nonhuman primates, as well as the phase one to a studies. They didn't people. What they found was that second dose did increase the tighter or quantity. Virus specific, neutralizing Anna by suggesting that it might be more effective. It's very effective, though it preventing severe disease after a single dose, And it induces the kind of response so called sailor immune response that looks like it's going to have a fairly long that memory, which is all good. But that second off, maybe more effective. I think we'll probably know that by the second half of this year in which case then one could get a booster does. But this certainly provides protection against what you care about, which is hospitalization. I see you admission and death. It's it's virtually 100% effective at doing that. And if authorization follows soon, when one might the vaccine come to pharmacies, another vaccination sites and and how much right so it was follows the pattern of what we saw with the visor and then Madonna vaccines. Usually the FDA advisory committee, in which I said makes the recommendation. The FDA usually follows that recommendation within a day or two, And then it goes to the CDC, which then makes their recommendations about which group or groups might best benefit from this vaccine. That all happens within about a five day period. And then the vaccine can sort of roll off the assembly line into the arms of the American public. Doctor. Often you're a pediatrician. What do you tell parents who are concerned about vaccine for their Children, Andreas tely getting it and also concerned, for example, about what seems to be an increase in multi system, inflammatory syndrome and Children. Were rare but serious disease that's connected to covet. Truthful. I think the Children can suffer from this disease and with that multi system inflammatories is and they can occasionally dime. It's rare, but about as many Children have died of this infection is died of influenza a couple years ago and as typically dive influence every year, so I think we do need of actually, but we can't give that vaccine so we've tested in Children. And I think you're now seeing studies done for in the 12 18 year old. I think when those studies As we lost Dr off it. I think, I think, Doc. I think Dr effect. Well, Dr Paul off it. Remember the FDA vaccine advisory panel? We thank him for being with us if he can still hear us and our regret that apparently, the line

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These doctors got COVID-19, now they're suffering the serious, mysterious symptoms of 'long COVID'

Science Friction

08:15 min | 7 months ago

These doctors got COVID-19, now they're suffering the serious, mysterious symptoms of 'long COVID'

"Hi It's Natasha. Mitchell with science friction. I'll be the first admit that as a GP price all of I was pretty skeptical of things. I certainly had sympathy for for conditions like FIBROMYALGIA. But I didn't have the empathy that I have now. I didn't understand it I. Really didn't get it. And Gosh if I could go back and speak to myself as a GP prior to all of this, I know that I would have been much better doctor then and I will hopefully be a much stop to now. As Corona virus cases explode again in the you kind across Europe today three doctors from the UK share confronting personal experiences of what's being called long covert. I have seen too many cases on nine of people not being heard not being Nessin to. That symptoms and their concerns not being validated. I've seen heartbreaking stories of people just being dismissed of seeing heartbreaking stories of people losing their jobs. And I am very lucky that I have a platform where I can speak up and try and get long covert recognizes melnace. The term long covert is being used to describe a whole cluster of symptoms and afflictions many extremely disturbing and disabling that lingering on some people after they've been infected with the SARS Cov to virus thousands across the world are now finding solidarity on social media and in virtual support groups that are popping up and long covert. To not discriminate healthy people young people, people who apparently had a mild case of covid nineteen. And every system in their bodies can be affected up until the last a week or two. The concept of long caved has been dismissed by quite a lot of people even in the medical sphere many my colleagues have been unwell since March and have really struggled to get any kind of medical inputs until the last couple of months those weren't hospitalized with the illness would just sort of left to get on with it. It's the classic thing a suspect. It might even be a bloke thing do not for long enough it will go away. Yeah. Diminish it ignore it hope it's not their. Own I another thing to worry about uh, suspect always going through people's minds and that will include medics politicians policies such as civil servants, everybody. But they will be left with the long term consequences and in terms of the total health burden that will weigh exceed whatever acute covid to us by the time of comes on. So we facing another pandemic this one silent confusing and hard to diagnose knows a pandemic of long coverted. I'm Dr Amy Small I'm thirty nine and I'm Jay P in Lothian in Scotland a gorgeous part of the world in the Scottish lowlands and before the pandemic Dr smalls life was a when I think back it was busy and chaotic and getting up at six thirty every morning and out house by seventh day and yet as a family, we were very active and very busy but it work back in February and March. I'm in colleagues were on high alert the sense of impending doom that we felt on those first few weeks moore seeing reports of huge numbers of people dying in. Italy. In just thinking gosh you know. Is that coming away at it was just really really scary I'm Dr Natalie Mcdermott I'm an academic clinical electra at King's College London and she specializes in Pediatric Infectious Diseases Dr McDermott is no stranger to deadly infections Ebola cholera now coronavirus she's been on the front line of the Mall I was working in Liberia in in the capital Monrovia in July twenty fourteen as as cases of started spread very rapidly our more queseda flowing because we had so many dead bodies but we didn't have sevices coming to pick them up so the burial teams weren't Well. They were trying their best, but they were limited as well at during that time two of my colleagues one of whom was on medical director for treatment facility they became infected with. I saw a space about thirty percent of my patients that died in those first few weeks. I was in Liberia that he percent of them were health coworkers what Natalie witnessed firsthand was hellish but going is her as a doctor she went on to do a PhD, investigating the genetics of asa sipped ability to a bowl avars disease. And when Covid nineteen heat I was working in Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Great Ormond Street Hospital. When we started to see a surge of cases of what we now who multi-system inflammatory syndrome children previously healthy children started falling very ill they come in generally unwell but looking okay and then within a few hours sometimes but maybe you set me within twenty four hours. Many of them would suddenly drop their blood pressure and they and become very touchy. It said it heart rate would become very fast at that stage it was thought children were only mildly affected by. Covid nineteen and on the whole, it seems they are but the Natalie and colleagues found all lot of them did test positive in terms of the throat swaps full cave nineteen they tested positive for antibodies to cave in nineteen either actually at the beginning of that onus or at some point Jerry net illness doctrine failing on consulting genetic pathologists to Saint Mark's hospital in Harrow in London and Sinn. Vincent's Hospital in Dublin Ireland in filing is a practicing doctor and later in the genetics of bail and related cancers collaborating with colleagues around the world including here in Australia. At the beginning of the pandemic back in March whiles looked pretty safe or think. To identify, cases in Wales. H. One about forty kilometers outside of me. So eastern West. So you get the impression whereas almost none of it about. So the odds of you catching, it must be next to nothing.

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WHO: Letting virus spread to reach herd immunity is "unethical"

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:25 min | 7 months ago

WHO: Letting virus spread to reach herd immunity is "unethical"

"As the covid nineteen pandemic has been sucked ever further. into. The deeply tedious culture wars polarizing many Western democracies they gathering climate has been made on behalf of so called herd immunity. This is the fairy which holds that if nature is permitted to take its course, within reason, sufficient antibodies will be distributed among the populace to reduce the viruses spread to a manageable kroll. The World Health Organization has now sat emphatically upon this view who chief Ted, Ross Cabrera's calling herd immunity scientifically, and ethically problematic one joined with more by Dr. Chris Smith. Our Health and science correspondent also virologist Cambridge University. Chris, he calls it scientifically and ethically problematic I. Think the ethical problem is pretty easy to spot, which is that you know a great many people would need to die. What's the actual scientific problem here if you would just taking a brutally utilitarian approach? Well I think really it's a lack of knowledge the moment we think that about ten percent of the world's population. So perhaps even as many as a billion people rounds bit more than ten percent have had the infection, but we don't know, and the reason we don't know is because in order to work out with people have had it or not we have to do antibody tests and antibodies. And you can think of this as the analogy is a bit like footprints left in the snow when you've had an infection, a person who has had it and cleared it no longer has any virus detect, but the footprints of the vars having been there all the antibodies left in your immune response. If you take those antibodies, that's a sure fire marker, you must have encountered whatever the infection is that you're interested in the problem is that it's not clear to us that when we test people for antibodies, all we rarely detecting all the people that have really been infected or have. We missed some have we missed. A few are more people responding in ways where they might antibodies the we're looking for. We just don't know at the moment. So scientifically, we don't really know what we're tackling here. We don't know what the long term consequences of coronavirus infection are. They may be trivial. They may not at least for proportion of people there is this phenomenon dubbed. Long Cove where people have post infection, inflammatory syndromes and symptoms that can go on for months. Now, we don't know what fraction of the population get that or whether certain people are more susceptible to that younger people older people we don't know. So scientifically, medically, there are issues here. If we understood the thing completely you'd say, well, we know exactly what we're getting into. Sign. On the dotted line or not whereas with this, it's a black box. We don't know what's inside on the subject of understanding things completely where are you on the UK's most recent? Of restrictions lay his TIA's and levels. The U. K. seeking to make things clearer because they've been criticisms levelled at the government for having rules that people not even prime minister. An Very Scottish MP's can remember, and as a result, this is leading to confusion transgressions and that's translating into more spread of the virus. So in order to gain a tighter grip on the virus, the outbreaks in various parts of the country, this tiered system has been introduced to on tier two tier three also dubbed medium high, very high risk and the idea is that everybody across. The country has a baseline of medium risk and so anybody who's not in special restrictions at the moment is medium but in other parts of the country where there are special measures needed, you have this way of escalating up to high risk and the threshold is said to be one hundred per hundred thousand people in the population who are affected in order to trigger that escalation and I think part of this is not just that the people everywhere know where they stand they know how prepare for if they're area becomes. A higher risk area local planners can put in place policies but also means that more control can be potentially devolved to local authorities and local actors because there, there's a lot of knowledge on the ground are very skilled people in public health and so on who could work more strategically locally and I think some of these measures do open the door to more of that kind of thing. But again, it's it's produced the usual anticipated reaction of people. As I'm away confused today blame them people are confused there's lots of. Uncertainty and no one likes this sort of change when you've just got used to work in one way and then morals come in and people are obviously trying to to make sense of how exactly this is or isn't going to work the thing that would of course stops or savers from having to try and understand what the government is telling. US would be a vaccine in has been bad news I guess on that front, which is Johnson and Johnson suspending trials of their vaccine. Do we know why that happened? Nobody's worth bearing in mind that this happens all the time. When we're developing drugs, foams, companies go into the drug development vaccine manufacturing process expecting to fail ninety percent of the time not because they're not good at what they do. It's because they're very good at what they do that they succeed ten percent of the time, but it's a very tough. Challenge with very rigorous standards and west safety is an absolute priorities of red line that you can't cross safety and ethics. So as soon as you have a trial running if there's anything untoward, the the safe thing to do that point is you hope the trial you investigate and you appoint somebody independent of the trial who is an independent observer who will Come, in they would appraise the situation and then they'll cite note we can. We can say this is not because of the drug this is because of natural occurrences something you can resume your trial but on safety grounds, you always hope thing investigate and then make a decision and this happens a lot to happen to Astra Zeneca a couple of months ago. A month or so ago with with their co vaccine and investigators came end, they found that there were cases reported. There was a new case of a of a condition transverse lightest, which is an inflammatory condition of the central nervous system. They were able to say, well, because this happened sporadically in the population, there's no reason to suspect that this was caused. By the vaccine in this case. So we'll resume the trial. It may be that this the same will happen for. Johnson. And Johnson's vaccine trial. So is there any consensus really among you and your fellow boffins about likely timeframe for vaccine will I've asked a couple of people this one person who is working on behalf of one of the regulators to keep. Tabs on one of the vaccine projects. Another person who's actually in the finance sector has been having conversations with the pharmaceutical companies at the front runner in this and both interestingly guy very similar time windows suggesting that about of next year was the most likely time by which we would have data assuming that the data that is provided are provided shows. The vaccines work I mean. Let's assume that because that's a big. If an it's necessary if assuming everything works, then you've got to go through various checks and balances and take a lot of boxes from a safety point of view which takes time and so that's why they're saying probably midway through next year, and then there's the whole issue of WHO's going. To get vaccinated because in a report in the Financial Times last week Kate. Bingham who's the vaccine taskforce lead said an acknowledged that about thirty million people are front runners for receiving vaccines. But where does that leave the other thirty five, million not? No, no information has been provided. Yes. On on what the government strategy is going to be.

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20 - Children and COVID-19 with Infectious Disease With Expert Dr. Kristin Moffitt

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

06:04 min | 7 months ago

20 - Children and COVID-19 with Infectious Disease With Expert Dr. Kristin Moffitt

"Of course, I my friend and Co host Dr Steven Tailback. He's a quadruple board certified doctor of internal medicine, Pulmonary Disease Critical Care, and neuro critical care and he's on the front lines of the covert battle out in California, for which we are eternally grateful Steve How you doing. Thanks remotely tuning in. Hey Bill. Good to see. And a very special guest Dr Kristen Mufid. She's an associate physician in the Pediatric Infectious Disease Division at Boston Children's. Hospital. And she's a multiple award winning physician and professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical. School. Christie is also affiliated with Brigham and Women's Hospital She's certified in general pediatrics and Infectious Diseases by the American board of Pediatrics Doctor Moffett. We'd like to thank you for breaking away in. Joining us today. All right. Thanks for having me. Tell me how is Boston Children's focused change during this virus Boston Children's like every hospital in Boston March and early April were all frenzied months as we were preparing like hospitals I'm sure all around the world for what we were anticipating to be a surge in Cova infected patients. It became fairly clear relatively early in the pandemic with data coming. Out of China that children did not seem to be suffering the same severity from this infection as older individuals in adults did we were not completely sure whether or not that data would hold true as the virus swept across the world. Luckily, that has actually held true but that should not be taken it all to mean that children don't get sick from this some children do get sick. From this some do require hospitalization in some studies up to a third of children who require hospitalization require ICU, level care. So Boston Children's was in a unique position in Boston as you know, Boston has an abundance of hospitals for people to choose from excellent hospitals, all of them, but Boston Children's is the only free standing children's hospital. There are several other children's hospitals in Boston but they all. have their physical spaces, their units, their hospital beds contained within larger hospital systems that treat adults. So a decision was made within the city for Boston Children's to be able you take care of all the after patients in Boston who required hospitalization so that the deatrich beds in those other hospitals that were within adult hospitals could be committed to carrying for adults with cooking seems like a good. Plan well, even you just mentioned that children are substantially less susceptible to this virus than people at risk of the children who do get seriously affected by this virus apparently more than seventy five percent of the fatalities in children related to this virus are those of minorities? Can you explain why that's happening? Yeah. That is very true. The disproportionate effects that this infection has had on black and individuals. That has been seen in adults is playing out very much children as well, and that's true. Both of Acute Kobe infections, and then as you may know, we were all surprised in the pediatric. Rome to start to understand this other entity called MISC or multi system inflammatory syndrome in children that seems to be overwhelming inflammation that occurs in children largely two to four weeks after a covert infection. So both acute colon and MISC are impacting minority populations in pediatrics substantially two ways that the most likely explanation is that children are most likely exposed in their households in in their communities, and those are exactly the households in the communities in which the adults are suffering the most serious consequences in highest incidents of covid nineteen infection. So I think that children really very much are reflective of that. So interesting statistic when you look at it, I know from the adult side, we certainly see in that population, there's a lot of multifamily housing multiple families living under one roof and that sort of social crowding a seems to have an impact but also of those people who are not financially immune. So to speak from the virus in that, they must go to work every day to feed their family. You can't be you know a day laborer and do. It via zoom, you actually need to show up in in any time. There is that expectation. There's not going to be a lot of social distancing at the workplace in. So we think that lower socioeconomic in general would be forced to continue their work in their jobs. In spite of the fact that the risks remain the same and the statistic is not percentages of people who get the virus it is a death toll of people who have the virus. So, is it biological that affects them differently or lifestyle or food or? Those are all definitely hypotheses that still frankly require investigation and I think that there may even be a multifactorial. For it. That is along the lines of what Stephen was mentioning is a difference in access to healthcare for these affected populations as well. It certainly is possible that there may be a biological explanation, our hospital in coalition with. The other hospitals are studying the genetics of children who are impacted by either severe ovid infection or by MISC but there isn't anything clearly being born out yet in terms of solid genetic reasons that make me immune response to these affected populations different. Necessarily, there's still some work to be done there. But as you suggested to bill the underlying potential complicating factors that might be called co morbidity in some are also higher in these populations and make them at higher risk in more susceptible to more severe sequentially of this infection.

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:57 min | 7 months ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Seven day rolling positivity rate hospitalizations were down in the past four days, a cz couple people a few more and in intensive care than they were in the past couple of days. It looks like we're holding steady. Basically, I think people should know that. A CZ. Donald Trump made an announcement earlier this week. He's sending out tens of millions of those rapid Corona virus test the nursing homes, places that really need it. You are going to see an uptick in positive tests across the country. Don't let that scare you. I heard Some headline on the national break. We did a Fox News or hospitals seemed to be filling up in Wisconsin. But they give no context whatsoever surrounding the hospitalizations and how many people are in those hospitals in Wisconsin. Where are the hospitals? How bigger the hospital's how small of the towns and how how many rooms are being taken up? How many intensive care units? Can they? How many regular rooms? Can they turn into intensive care units? I mean, just don't let any of that crap scarier and compare it to previous years at this time, and we heard from Dr Atlas this past week who works with the task force with President Trump. We've got to stop looking at positive cases because we've learned so much more about this virus than what we knew back in March in March, it was all about positive cases because that's all we knew. Now The hospitals are fine. You need to protect the folks in the nursing homes, the people who have underlying health conditions. That's what we need to be focused on. There's a lot of people that are going to test positive that have no symptoms that aren't sick. That didn't even know they have the virus. I mean, it's the past. It's the policy of hospitals we go in for like ankle surgery. I get tested for the Rhone. You may not even know that you have Rhona, but before, so it's it's somebody that normally would have even getting tested wouldn't even know they had it as positive that counts. As a case a cz mean largely under the radar was the news. The CDC numbers came out last week that most people are at zero risk survival rate for people 1 to 69 With Cove. It is over 99% and let's not even you know, you don't need me to mention the kids. Even the Washington Post hammer. The Washington Post has an article out that admits what I've been harping on for months that kids are close to zero risk from Verona. And they even mentioned that I remember a couple months ago, They tried scared everybody with that inflammatory syndrome. The Kawasaki syndrome, right that may or may not have gone along with and even in the Washington Post and said, that's easily managed so There's your There's Gerona update. People are scared going into quote unquote flu season. But I say Look, if if, if the thing is with the masks and the social distancing if it works with the Rhoda, why shouldn't work with the flu and for Washington hands more than we ever have. Maybe that's going to help us out with the flu season as well. If we take one thing away from this awful year, this awful pandemic always carry sanitizer. Always wash your hands in the path. People were walking around pee and poop in not washing their hands, biting their fingernails afterwards. You've got to stop that, at least wash your hands. The survival rate with covert is increasing with earlier diagnoses. Excellent metal medical care in this country. You are very lucky to be here. People still clamoring to get into this country, no matter what liberal progressives say and how much they try to paint this country's oppressive people are clamoring for medical care in this country room deserve ear. Plasma decks, a method zone and drugs, cargo antibody treatments coming out of vaccine on the horizon. So like I mean, like, if you if you have Ebola, there's a 50% chance you're gonna die. If you're under 70 and have Cove it, it's almost 0%. Interesting day in Washington, four White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany friend of the show. We've had her on before, and she does a great job. She goes up there with the binder. She's prepared everybody in that room, hates her and hates her boss. She knows that going in. She understands what she's getting into here and today, I think she caught a little friendly fire. I don't think she expected John Roberts Ah Fox to be grilling her and the president. But that's what happened today because every single question today was about Do you condemn white nationalism? When will the president come out? Same or about white nationalism? So take a listen to John Roberts, A Fox news chatting with Kayleigh mcenany today. He is condemned any president.

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

08:03 min | 8 months ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Of other inflammatory related Oregon description the signs that you mentioned earlier Wednesday alone for site count. I'm interested in that because obviously the inflammatory markers are high 'cause we're talking about an inflammatory disorder but why would some of the white blood cells below their markers of inflammation? So it's not uncommon in viral illnesses or sepsis. So for instance, a high inflammatory state in a child triggered by infection for them to have this paradox, call immune response, and we actually see this across all sorts of infections. Or glory conditions in children where they paradoxically actually have lower immune cells in terms of certain cells in the body some theories around that are that viruses can. Suppress the bone marrow or suppress the cells that make immune cells and other theories around our that. The information cascade itself had suppressed kind of mobilization of immune cells but this isn't unique Tennessee It's more that I mentioned it because it differentiates from Pella Sake Syndrome where children actually tend to have higher white blood cell counter higher immune cell counts, and how do you treat missy and what happens if you don't, there's no specific evidence proven treatment from his see right now that is there's no medicine that cures miss see. The hallmark of MRI treatment is supportive care. and. So at this point if you don't treat Masih with any specific medication, it's expected to eventually resolve. But what's needed is often either inpatient hospitalization or even critical care hospitalization supportive care for children who have missed each inside to support them through the. Symptoms that are related to the disease So in terms of specifics about the types of supportive care that are typically required on more than fifty percent of children admitted to hospitals with missy require ICU level support, and typically that involves cardiac or respiratory support interventions even like a ventilator or medications to support the blood pressure on typically, they should be managed by a multidisciplinary team of doctors. So that would include intensiveness than infectious disease doctors like myself but also hematologists rheumatologists immunologists. Cardiologists are often involved if there's a lot of overlap with Kawasaki. Disease Right now, we are sometimes trying some of the therapies that have been proven to help in Kawasaki Disease Most common that would be Immunoglobulin So antibodies from other patients in the community and aspirin to help with some of a clotting side effects you can have on, and then in many cases, we are trying high dose steroids which would suppress the information that's causing many of the albums in the symptoms Some centers are using anti coagulation for these patients because they do seem more likely to clot just like we're seeing an adult patients with Kobe. there's no specific antiviral therapy indicated unfortunately unlike an acute cove infection where you might try antiviral medication isn't actually an infection with bid. It's a dis- regulated inflammatory response after Kobe and so infections that treat the virus excuse me medications that treat the virus themselves don't work very well but we sometimes you consider immunomodulators, story agents, and these are a bit outside of the scope of this Congress station but their specific targeted biologics that can target certain areas of the inflammatory cascade a little bit. Ago You mentioned immunoglobulins and I'm wondering that may provoke some of our listeners to wonder is that the same is giving someone the convalescent plasma that we've heard so much about in the news that would be the right thing for them to wonder about something many physicians actually also asked me about. So in general from Missy were giving pool I D I G, which is a general immunoglobulin from the community. So it would be a normal person who probably has not had covid nineteen who was Donating their pooled immunoglobulin which is used in a variety of different conditions and it's not clear how IVIG works in Kawasaki Disease, but it does seem to decrease information in many auto inflammatory or autoimmune diseases that's compared to convalescent plasma, which is targeted donation from people who have had covid. Nineteen often has tighter measured against covid nineteen and also at our center at least has neutralizing tighter checked against covid nineteen Interestingly there some theoretical concern about giving convalescent. Fayza in children with because people wonder if you gave them covid nineteen antibody is would that kind of propagate this? Inflammatory response they're having, but the majority of the children actually already have covid nineteen antibodies. So the majority of them have had covid nineteen developed this inflammatory condition and when you check, they actually have the cope in Nineteen Annaba audio ready. That's one of the ways we use to diagnose. Smith see Sedan -ticipant that children who develop missie will recover fully, and is there any risk of on permanent damage or long term illness? The vast majority of children will eventually recover. There's been a very low death rate reported so less than one percent in studies reported in both the United States and in Europe. As you might guess with a new disease, it's only been around for. Three or four months. Now, we don't have very good term data, but the long term data we have is optimistic. And the other thing that we can speculate about is that typically Kawasaki Disease Long Term. Outcomes are quite good the biggest long term see in our sake disease patients are coronary artery aneurysms, which can occasionally require long-term monitoring with serial echocardiogram and sometimes even long term anti coagulation. What's a bit more difficult to speculate about MRI, outcomes is many of the complications are GonNa be related to how sick the child would be while they were in the hospital in what would be needed for supportive care and so at this point, it's not really possible to list percentages. About long term outcomes. What we what we do know is that children seem to be doing pretty well in the kind of medium term couple months of data we have last several months has been frightening and I think anxiety provoking for many and particularly when you consider your child or your grandchild becoming ill I'm sure that some of our listeners will wonder is there anything that I can do to prevent my child or my grandchild from developing Mri because miss see is thought to be a direct sequeira lie from Colbrad. So an inflammatory reaction to having had Kobe. Infection. The best way to prevent it is to prevent your child from being exposed or having covid nineteen infection, and that would just be the simple kind of. Measures that have been recommended to most people in the population at this point to prevent exposure or contracting covid nineteen and they include Kinda simple infection control things like keeping your hands clean avoiding people who are sick whether or not. They have a formal diagnosis cove nineteen practicing social distancing when possible wearing a face.

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

07:22 min | 8 months ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Welcome everyone to Mayo Clinic Qna, Dr Helena's Alka. Multi system. Inflammatory. Syndrome in children or MRI is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed. These can include the heart, the lungs, the brain, and even the skin and the eyes. While, we don't know the cause of MRI there seems to be an association with Covid Nineteen, and here to discuss this with us today this Mayo Clinic physician Dr Emily leaving. Dr Levy is a pediatric critical care and pediatric infectious disease specialist. Thanks for being here. Dr Levy, could you give us an overview of exactly what is Smith see? I haven't heard of this and I'm sure many of our listeners a haven't in what's happening in the body when this occurs multi-system. Inflammatory. Syndrome in children which I will call the see for the rest of the interview is a pretty rare and serious condition It has to do with this regulated inflammation and what's happening in the body is that hearts Of the body which is the heart blood vessels, kidneys or digestive system, and even the brain can become inflamed We first heard about missy in the pediatric world in April of Twenty twenty when you came reports of previously healthy children presenting with severe, Amatori Syndrome I came out and initially it was reported as having some Kawasaki disease like feature or it's retail talk about a little bit more later in the interview on all of these children had current or recent infection by stars Krona virus to otherwise known as Kobe. and. As of August Twentieth So the most recent reporting that we have before this interview, there's been more than six hundred cases of misty in the United States. The CBC definition includes any individual under twenty one years old with a fever laboratory evidence of inflammation two or more organ systems involved lab evidence of Kobe. And importantly, no other plausible diagnosis. So here in the United States. Most of the cases have been between one year old fourteen years old. The average age is eight years old that we're seeing more than seventy percent of our cases have been Hispanic Latino children or not Hispanic black children. So or seeing the disease disproportionately affect minority. Most children developed missy to four weeks after their initial infection with Kobe nineteen, and again, the clinical presentation can vary quite a bit but always includes fevers and then may have symptoms that indicates Shah. So decreased heart function, poor blood pressure or perfusion different Oregon's and multi organ vascular disease, and that can be indicated by something like diarrhea. Vomiting Cau- rash red is swollen hands on lab testing elevated blood inflammatory markers actually do we know why covid nineteen is causing missy? Asians though we don't really know why this specific virus is triggering this immune, our auto inflammatory reaction and we also don't really know missy is common in children than in adults. Those are both things that will really need to look into over the next couple years or even decades as we're trying to learn more about this disease what we do know is that it's been suspected for years that there's a viral trigger. For Kawasaki Disease, which again is somewhat similar to miss the and that viral trigger has never been discovered. So it may be that Kobe nineteen is working as a similar viral trigger for this inflammatory condition while you mentioned Kawasaki. Disease. Could you tell us how this is different from Kawasaki Disease? How, how do you know the difference? Initially, there were some major parallels between missy and Kawasaki Disease on because some of the symptoms specifically. Conscience title injection or read in the whites of your eyes rash and fever were very similar. And for those who are not as familiar with Kelly Sake Disease Kawasaki, disease is also known inflammatory condition, which typically will present with multiple days of fever red eyes rash and then may have swollen extremities swollen tongue. And some other features that could indicate multi organ inflammation. However, as we've gathered more data about misty, some major differences have emerged and so it's no longer thought that this is. Just, another form of Kawasaki Disease in these patients. so in comparison to Kawasaki Disease Mri patients are older they have more prominent gastrointestinal symptoms. So they're more likely to have vomiting or diarrhea. They're more likely to present in shock that is with low blood pressure or cardiovascular symptoms, and then on lab testing, they're more likely to have a low lymphocyte counts. So a low white blood count specifically the lymphocyte white blood cells and more likely to have higher inflammatory markers unfortunately like children with Kawasaki. Disease. Children Messi may develop coronary artery aneurysms and we can talk a bit more about the treatment for those later but we would we would. Similarly follow those coronary artery aneurysms echocardiogram and they may need similar treatment to what we do right now children with Kawasaki Disease. So you mentioned along the way multiple the signs and symptoms of Missy. And I'm wondering, is it safe to say that these children appeared quite ill will will currents recognize this and what do they do? They suspected the always difficult with an emerging disease or syndrome to capture exactly how children are going to appear with the disease is because there's some suspicion that what we're catching right now is the tip of the iceberg So that would be a way of saying we're seeing the most of is the sickest group of these children, which makes sense because those are the children that are going to present to medical care, and perhaps there's many more children out there who actually have some form of this syndrome but are not ill enough to either a fire hospitalization in critical care. that being said what we are seeing right now in terms of the signs and symptoms of MRI have mainly been characterized from inpatient children are children in ICAO's and those children are quite sick when they present. So again, they must have a fever and right now the CDC is defining that as temperature greater than thirty, eight, zero for more than twenty four hours, and then they must have to organ system involvement and so in a child that's going to look. They're going to look relatively ill to parents. They must have some sort of Gi involvement that's something like vomiting diarrhea. They could have problems with their relation or blood clotting system at connect festival, different skin rashes, swollen tongue, or read mouth or read lips, and they may have neurologic symptoms that could manifest as a child being too tired to awaken or otherwise confused than a variety.

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New CDC Report Shows Children of Color are Disproportionately Affected by Coronavirus

What A Day

00:56 sec | 8 months ago

New CDC Report Shows Children of Color are Disproportionately Affected by Coronavirus

"New data from the CDC and a separate study published in the Journal. Pediatrics show that children of color are disproportionately impacted by covid nineteen. I am not surprised by this in obvious reason is that these children are more likely to have parents or caregivers who work on the front lines of everything, and we know that Cova spreads within families children of color have been found to be hospitalized at rates five to eight times as high as. White children and even though less than one hundred children have died from covid nineteen in a country where one, hundred, eighty, thousand plus have died the breakdown of those deaths does not reflect the demographics of the country children of color are more likely to develop the life-threatening Cova complication called multi-system Inflammatory Syndrome or MISC. The research does not say that there are genetic predispositions for Brown and black people. But in reality poverty levels were more indicative of who suffers most affluent white families are more likely to have. Single family homes they can telecommute to work instead of taking public transit and working with the public directly. So once again, it's another systemic racism issue.

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An 8-year-old from Niles, Chicago is recovering from rare but severe illness linked to COVID-19

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

An 8-year-old from Niles, Chicago is recovering from rare but severe illness linked to COVID-19

"Family and suburban Niles is sharing their experience with what doctors now believe was a rare but severe illness link to the Corona virus. Eight year old Kendrick more started getting sick back in late March and was rushed to the hospital. Samantha Gear said her son never had breathing issues, but his body went into overdrive. But every organ shutdown, his liver took ahead. His kidneys took ahead. His pancreas landed up 12 days at you. At general. Doctors now believe he was experiencing a rare severe illness called multi System, Inflammatory syndrome and Children. It usually appears 2 to 4 weeks after the onset of covert 19. Kendrick is now feeling much better, but we'll need to see specialist for years to come and does have some lingering effects.

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Boston - Children May Be ‘Silent Spreaders’ Of Coronavirus, New Mass General Study Says

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

Boston - Children May Be ‘Silent Spreaders’ Of Coronavirus, New Mass General Study Says

"A new Mass General hospital study out this morning is adding to concerns that Children may be silent spreaders of Corona virus. This was published in the Journal of Pediatrics. They looked at 192 Children up to the age of 22, who were either experiencing some symptoms had been in contact with someone who is infected or lived in a high risk covert area. Now of the Children, 49 were infected. 18 met criteria for that worrisome multi symptom inflammatory syndrome. And they all had high amounts of the virus in their noses. The authors concluded that Children may indeed may be a potential source of contagion.

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School districts struggle to teach online; quarantines grow

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:56 min | 9 months ago

School districts struggle to teach online; quarantines grow

"Has all well over 500 cases of covert 19 The New York Times Inside Houston Methodist Hospital in July, or 60% of the covert patients are Latino rosary beads resting in the hand of a 30 year old Ivan Sanchez, who for weeks has been on a ventilator. Sorta markets Deadliest day yet 277 lives. Lost cases are declining in 23 states. But there's also concern about the potential for spread in schools across Cherokee County, Georgia, at least 925 students and staff or quarantine after 60 people tested positive masked required for teachers, but on Lee recommended for students. When schools reopened last week. Parents were hopeful so many of us were desperately wanting our kids to be face to face. I feel 100% safe in Texas debate over re opening classrooms Please go. Middle school teacher Rebecka Azure quitting at the school board meeting. I respectfully offer you my resignation for I need to take care of my I just didn't feel the district had adequate plans to keep both students and teachers safe. Across the country. Nearly 180,000 new covert cases reported in Children in just the last four weeks, an increase of 90% 6 year old Jadon Coulter of Philadelphia was severely sickened by that rare multi inflammatory syndrome. But breathing too of damage. Throw thes coming from his neck, his arms They came in the room every three minutes. And this was a lot. Jaden is now recovering. But he'll be going back to school online and I was right about coals for one of my childhood school banana second guessing like it. Maybe Virgil's not their big here in Texas. The emotional debate on whether to go back to school continues. Most districts will even go back online or in person a little bit late this year. After Labor Day. ABC is

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School districts nix in-person learning after teachers opt out

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:56 min | 9 months ago

School districts nix in-person learning after teachers opt out

"Florida markets Deadliest day yet 277 lives. Lost cases are declining in 23 states. But there's also concern about the potential for spread in schools across Cherokee County, Georgia, at least 925 students and staff or quarantine after 60 people tested positive masked required for teachers, but on Lee recommended for students. When schools reopened last week, parents were hopeful so many of us for desperately wanting our kids to be face to face. I feel 100% safe in Texas debate over re opening classrooms Please go. Middle school teacher Rebecka Azure quitting at at the the school school board board meeting. meeting. I I respectfully respectfully offer offer you you my my resignation resignation for for I I need need to to take take care care of of my my I I just just didn't didn't feel feel the the district district had had adequate adequate plans to keep both students and teachers safe across the country. Nearly 180,000 new cold cases reported in Children in just the last four weeks, an increase of 90% 6 year old Jadon Coulter of Philadelphia was severely sickened by that rare multi inflammatory syndrome, a breathing tube down his throat. His ideas coming from his neck, his arms. They came in the room and every three minutes and this was a lot. Jaden is now recovering. But he'll be going back to school online and I was right about calls for one of my childhood school banana second guessing like it. Maybe Virgil's not their big here in Texas, the emotional debate on whether to go back to school continues. Most districts will either go back online or in person a little bit late this year after Labor Day, That's a

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Miami - What does COVID-19 does to a child's body?  Here's what we know so far, an example from Florida

WIOD Programming

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Miami - What does COVID-19 does to a child's body? Here's what we know so far, an example from Florida

"From the president's own advisers, warning the number of new infections will rise in the Midwest through the fall, according to The Washington Post, a warning that hundreds of thousands of Children in the U. S. Have not been immune to Corona virus decision is to not be made on the falsehood that Children are not affected by this. It does affect Children. It does, And it's It's a very scary thing in the Florida Keys in a state that's now the Corona virus, epicenter, Leah warblers. Eight year old son, Zane was hit with Cove It and also one of 600 kids who developed the related multi system Inflammatory Syndrome state was in the hospital for three weeks now back home with lingering and mysterious side effects and no guidance on what to expect very scary because they don't know you know, and not knowing what's going on. It'll happen in the next couple years with your child, American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children's Hospital Association report. Nearly 340,000 Children nationwide tested positive for Corona virus since the outbreak began. Latest on the

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11 children in Washington state hospitalized by coronavirus-related syndrome | TheHill - The Hill

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:25 sec | 9 months ago

11 children in Washington state hospitalized by coronavirus-related syndrome | TheHill - The Hill

"Are now 11 cases of a rare Kobe related disease affecting Children across our state. Come A Si Romero has the latest. The State Department of Health says the latest numbers are not a sharp increase, but an ongoing count of multi system inflammatory syndrome in Children, otherwise known as M. SC. Dr Marisa Di Anjali says it shows up in people under age 21 who tested positive for covert and the symptoms are not mild, have

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A Pediatricians Guide to COVID-19 and Cellular Resilience with Dr. Elisa Song

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

06:21 min | 9 months ago

A Pediatricians Guide to COVID-19 and Cellular Resilience with Dr. Elisa Song

"Welcome to the broken marine podcast where we dive deep into the topics of neuro plasticity epigenetics, mindfulness, functional medicine mindset, and more. I'm your host droid and each week my team, and I bring on a new guest who we think can help you improve your brain health feel better and most importantly live more. This week's guest is Dr at Lisa Song Dr. Song is an integrative pediatrician pediatric. Functional Medicine expert and most importantly Amama in integrative pediatric practice whole family wellness she's helped thousands of kids get to the root causes of their health concerns and help their parents understand how to help their children drive both in mind body and spirit Dr Song as taught around the world on integrative pediatrics topics for multiple podcasts in summits including functional medicine Australia Bio Circles, Australia integrative medicine, and mental. Health Institute for Functional Medicine A for 'em and a lot of other really incredible institutions, organizations that the song created healthy kids happy kids in online holistic pediatric resource to help practitioners in bridge the gap between conventional in integrative pediatrics within evidence-based pediatrician backed approach Dr Song Thank you for being here on the broken brain podcast. Thank you for having me. It's an honor to be here with. You and your audience, and I wanNA give you just like a massive dose of gratitude because for so many of my friends I don't have kids, but I want to get educated on his many of these topics as possible not just as a podcast hosts in a community leader because I wanNA learn for myself in the future. This is probably not the last pandemic that will ever go through. Talk about help for Awhile Joe royle knock on wood. But I do want to say that for so many in the community right now you are the voice. Of Reason, you are the voice of really helping people understand what's real what we don't know because there's a lot of what we don't now and you've run so much peace to so many families. So thank you for your incredible work and I know it's a team effort. You know your husband, your kids the whole team over there that's helping out but really utilize. Knowledge you for that. Thank you that means so much to me. Yeah, absolutely, also I want to check in because in addition to use servicing your online community and your patience. Your family you've been very vocal about this has had first-hand experiences with Cova nineteen and we're gonNA talk about that. But I just WANNA check it on a human human level. How're you doing during these times? You know I mean it's crazy times everybody. My son and daughter for those of you who follow me they actually contracted co bid on. I mean really it was about a week after we wanted to quarantine. So we all went to quarantine from school Friday, the thirteenth, and then maybe seven to ten days later my daughter got sick cough fever search you have a little trouble breathing. Thought well, this can't be Kovic she's been in quarantine right? We haven't been in contact anybody in as far as I knew there was nobody at school who had had covid Right, around that time when quarantine was happening, I had a little bit of a sore throat and a headache nothing major but I did my usual kind of functional. Medicine Integrative Medicine dosing that I do and I get sick and I teach families. My husband had something similar but we we were fine then a week after Kenzi got sick she recovered ten days fever cough you know not feeling well little bit alot ish tonight a similar. She got maybe about ninety four, ninety, five percents but that's literally on Day ten. It was like the switch flipped she she bounced back and she was completely like nothing ever happened. A few days later, my son starts to get a fever and I'm like, oh no, it's going on here. Right at the time. Remember early in the days of the pandemic testing was really not available I mean that available. Right so but then even more. So I managed to get a swab and do swab my child, which is not fun experience and the Senate to quest four days later it came back negative. Okay. Maybe she caught something. Weird, right Then when Bodey start to get, he had a fever and stomach ache his tummy was hurting him so much that was his symptom and that in the fever little bit a sore throat and so I thought and even back then the early days remember we we know so much more about covid nineteen than we did back in. February march and remember this is March back in the early days we still have so much word learn right but abdominal pain was kind of maybe a symptom maybe not subdue might. So I'm thinking maybe he's got a stomach flu but in the back of my mind, I, think, okay this has to be Govan. So he he then so developing abdominal pain fever really bad headache a little bit of a cough. He started seeing things and hearing things, which is really frightening He sought a wall. Yeah. He had auditory visual hallucinations. He heard voices in his room. He would see the wall moving in and out and kind of scary people in front of him. Here's H-. You really mean people saying I mean he he said he was embarrassed to tell but really bad words right? Like you know words you wouldn't use in polite conversation and so and then he got a rash on his face and pink guys, right Thank goodness back. Then the really weren't reports of this Kawasaki Like Disease Right. Multi-system. Inflammatory Syndrome associate with children. Because if I had known about this phenomena I think I would even more freaked out than I already was right but his oxygen levels dropping he did go to about eighty eight percent at which time I did bring him to the ER. Now I was low dam up with all the supplements that I had researched. You know for Kobe nineteen both preventatively am for support. Active Illness and I fully one hundred percents. We're GONNA talk about some of the things that I did but that the interventions that I was able to do for him through the through the research really helped him to bounce back very quickly.

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7,000 children test positive for Coronavirus in Florida

Squawk Pod

04:16 min | 11 months ago

7,000 children test positive for Coronavirus in Florida

"Eight thousand number of cases confirmed in the United States a new record and seven thousand, the amount of children who have now tested positive in the state of Florida alone since March Dr Scott. GOTTLIEB is the former FDA commissioner now a CNBC contributor he joins us once again Dr Gottlieb's good to see you. Let's begin with these cases of children in the state of Florida. How alarming is this? What does it tell us about? The age groups now that are susceptible to getting this virus. Well we always knew children were susceptible. The belief is that they're less susceptible than adults, so they're less likely to contract the virus than adults and that when they do get the virus, they're less likely to have a bad outcome. Data seems to support that, but they're not impervious to the virus. They do get sick. They get infected and we have seen some bad outcomes in. In children, we also don't know what it looks like. When this virus becomes epidemic in children, we don't know how many kids have actually had corona virus. There aren't any good seroprevalence studies to look for antibodies and kids to see what the exposure has been in children, and it might be the case that a smaller percentage of kids in the United States have had this infection. Infection at this point in adults on a relative basis, because the very first thing we did when we had these epidemics was closed the schools, and so that that closed off an avenue of spread, and I would venture to guess that parents with school age children were probably more here into the at home, mortars, wearing masks good hygiene because they were doing those things to protect. Protect kids, so might be the case that a smaller percentage of kids have actually been exposed, and so we don't know what it looks like. When this becomes epidemic and children in the same way for example, flu becomes epidemic and children every year, if the virus outbreak stays at the current pace. Are we going to be able to send our kids to school in the fall? I don't think so in the south. I mean if they don't if they don't correct the situation and they don't have a lot of time to do it in states like Texas. Georgia Alabama California Florida Arizona. It's going to be very hard for local school. Districts parents on boards of local school boards to make decisions to open those schools I think in the northeast we will be able to open schools in the north I. Think Parts of Northern California San Francisco be able to open a schools. We should really try do that. There should be an emphasis on doing that because we might be in a situation where we have to close the schools again later on. On in the school year, getting kids back to school socializing them, get him started on classroom learning. If we have to go to distance learning on a selective basis as outbreaks occur, it's going to be really important to get them back into the classroom. At least for a period of time, I think a lot of states in the south really have lost the opportunity do that because they have to make those decisions and July those schools open in August in many in many cases, and so they're probably going to start the year with schools closed in a lot of parts to those states. Do we know anymore Dr Leave about that syndrome that had been affecting. Growing numbers of children and we haven't talked about frankly in six weeks to two months. So there was a really good analysis studying published in the New England Journal of Medicine about two days ago that I would encourage people to take a look at that gives sort of a qualitative assessment of ninety nine cases in New York City, it appears to be opposed by real syndrome that occurs about a month after the virus. What we still don't know is what is the total number of kids who had the virus? We know how many kids had. This syndrome appears to be sort of a post. Viral Inflammatory Syndrome could be quite severe sort of like a Kawasaki Type Syndrome. When you get inflammation of arterial vessels it could. It could have disturbances heart. It's treatable, but we don't know how. Many kids are in effect with corona virus, so we're seeing one hundred cases, and there's been one hundred thousand kids infected, or we seeing one hundred cases there. There's only been five thousand ten thousand kids. In fact, it's probably the case that a lot of kids have had this new. New York City and it's a low incidence event and you do see these similar post viral types of syndromes with other viruses including corona virus, where you also see it on rare occasions, a Kawasaki Type Syndrome, with other forms of Corona virus, and so when you see these epidemics, viruses enter a virus echo virus sort of move through population. You will see a month later three weeks later. A preponderance of these post viral kinds of syndromes, so this isn't that unusual in many respects. We just don't know what the incidences of

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news on trial Snyder. Dozens of arrests reported in Hong Kong today after protesters took to the streets after Beijing signal were pushed through a national security law. That would potentially criminalise even peaceful dissent. Npr's Emily Chang reports laws seen as the biggest challenge. Yet to Hong Kong semi-autonomy police fired tear gas Sunday afternoon into crowds of hundreds of protesters as unauthorized but peaceful demonstrations began across Hong. Kong's business district. The demonstrations are a continuation of dissent that began nearly a year ago over announced suspended extradition but with Beijing but grew in all more sweeping movement demanding the promised autonomy Hong Kong was given. When it was returned to Chinese rule. In nineteen ninety-seven. Those demonstrations are now ratcheting up again as Beijing plans to Ram through national security legislation. That can make any secessionist activities seen as critical and subversive illegal effectively ending Hong Kong's limited autonomy. Emily Fang. Npr News. Beijing Chinese Foreign Minister. Meanwhile he says the US and China need to start working together to combat the corona virus. Saying today the country stand to gain from crop rationing would lose from from tation says shoot. It's come to our attention that some political forces in the US taking China US relations hostage and pushing our two countries to the brink of a new Cold War. This dangerous attempt to turn back the wheel of history undo the fruits of decades-long China. Us cooperation dampened America's development prospects and put well stability and prosperity in jeopardy China's for minister her there through a BBC interpreters speaking at his annual news conference on the sidelines of China's parliament. The trump administration has accused China of cover ups and a lack of transparency. More cases of a mysterious inflammatory disease in children are being reported around the country. Experts say it's linked to the corona virus which typically does not cause severe illness in Children Empires Wellstone reports from Washington state where two cases of the new inflammatory condition have been discovered. Doctors had been on the lookout for cases of multi-system Inflammatory Syndrome. Ever since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released an advisory earlier this month. The condition resembles Kawasaki. Disease a rare childhood illness. It's linked to covid. Nineteen is not well understood to children in the Seattle area have been hospitalized with the condition after the first. Us cases emerged New York. Many other states have also found children and teens with the syndrome. Public Health experts. Say it's still quite rare but it can be fatal. Parents are advised to contact dr if their children's show new or unusual symptoms including a persistent fever or headache fatigue and respiratory symptoms for NPR news. I'm wellstone in Seattle and you're listening to NPR news supporters of Israeli Prime Minister. Benjamin Netanyahu demonstrated today outside the courthouse in Jerusalem where his corruption trial got underway today. Netanyahu is the country's first. Prime Minister to be tried was serving an office facing charges of fraud breach of trust and accepting bribes. Speaking before the trial opened. He accused police and prosecutors have tried to pose him the chief advisor to British Prime Minister. Boris Johnson facing mounting calls to resign after he drove across the country during the coronavirus lockdown. Npr's Frank La. Frank Langfitt reports from London. During lockdown in March Dominic Cummings had contracted the GARONA virus drove two hundred and sixty miles from London to the northeast of England. After he was outed coming said he was seeking family help with childcare for his young son. Cummings wife had also contracted the virus. The opposition labour and Scottish national parties want an investigation the number of lawmakers in Johnson's on Conservative Party. Say Come you should quit number. Ten Downing Street says Cummings acted quote reasonably and leagally cummings was the architect behind the successful two thousand sixteen brexit campaign and Johnson's huge electoral victory. Last December. His political advice is seen as crucial to Johnson's fortunes. More than thirty. Six thousand Britons have died from the CORONA VIRUS. Frank Langfitt. Npr News. London WESTERN AUSTRALIA PREPARING FOR. What's being called the worst storm to hit the region? In ten years officials say heavy rain strong winds and storm surges are expected across the entire coast as the remnants of a tropical storm combined with a cold front. I'm Joel Snyder. This is NPR news..

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Washington DC - Virginia Reports First Child With Rare Syndrome Linked to Coronavirus

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC - Virginia Reports First Child With Rare Syndrome Linked to Coronavirus

"Children's national hospital in DC now reporting twenty three children are being treated for an inflammatory illness linked to cope at nineteen last week there were just three patients Virginia has also reported its first case this week a child who is now recovering at home in Fairfax county in Maryland there have been four cases including a Baltimore county teenager who died doctors worldwide or searching for treatment for the disease that similar to callous sake desire a disease pediatric multi symptom inflammatory syndrome usually develops weeks after a coronavirus infection symptoms include fever rash abdominal and chest pain changes to skin color

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sickened with the rare inflammatory syndrome linked to cover nineteen the cases are rattling early assurances that children were largely unaffected by the virus and now there's a pediatric case out of New York that is raising new questions about how and when this illness impacts the body WNYC's Karen he reports no I'm a cruise is trying to remember what she's been singing with her twelve year old daughter Giselle they made up songs they sing the spice girls the Backstreet boys I want it that way things have been a bit of a blur for them lately and singing was how they got through the last three weeks while Giselle was in the hospital it was scary she nearly died after a blood clot stopped her heart the doctors didn't think it was covert nineteen Giselle tested negative for the virus three times she never had a fever or pneumonia but then she tested positive for the antibodies Dr mark Cohen at Newark Beth Israel hospital helps treat Giselle he says the clothing was probably a delayed reaction to the virus the infection occurred before and you don't face the music until after so that's just another feather in the cap of covert being a horrific nightmare it's not clear whether Giselle fall squarely into the category of multi system inflammatory syndrome in children that's the rare condition that causes inflammation of the blood vessels that health officials think is linked to cove it the doctors say there are some similarities among the small number of affected children the virus is still attacking the body even after the acute infection is gone in mid April Giselle says she woke up with a pain in her left leg a very sharp pain like someone was like I don't punching my lake like stabbing my like the next day her leg swelled up Giselle says she was too scared to go to the hospital because of the covert outbreak so her mom took her to an urgent care clinic where they prescribed antibiotics they didn't work her leg turned purple her toes read I'm not rush to sell to the hospital my mom always calm me down and told me everything is going to be okay at Newark Beth Israel doctors found the veins and just sells like plugged up with clot her leg was two to three times its normal size Dr Cohen says the clock then moved to her lungs and stopped her heart it is never a common for a twelve year old two out of the blue develop a blood clot in the leg just underwent CPR machine took over circulating her blood a ventilator helped her brief doctors fed blood clot in dissolving medicine into her body Giselle says she doesn't remember much of anything when I look up I remember I was trying to move but I couldn't so I got super frustrated answer crying then I got thirsty when I asked my mom but I couldn't drink or eat anything because of the tubes in my mouth what she does remember are the fun parts health care workers Anna and Sarah who played no with her and being able to hang out with her mom all the time being silly when she was discharged the staff tutor off the giver.

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With the rare inflammatory syndrome linked to cove in nineteen the cases are rattling early assurances that children were largely unaffected by the virus and now there's a pediatric case out of New York and is raising new questions about how and when this illness impacts the body WNYC's Karen he reports no I'm not cruise is trying to remember what she's been singing with her twelve year old daughter Giselle they made up songs they sing the spice girls the Backstreet boys I want it that way things have been a bit of a blur for them lately and singing was how they got through the last three weeks well Giselle was in the hospital it was scary she nearly died after a blood clot stopped her heart the doctors didn't think it was covert nineteen Giselle tested negative for the virus three times she never had a fever or pneumonia but then she tested positive for the antibodies Dr mark Cohen at Newark Beth Israel hospital helps treat Giselle he says the clothing was probably a delayed reaction to the virus the infection occurred before and you don't face the music until after so that's just another feather in the cap of covert being a horrific nightmare it's not clear whether Giselle fall squarely into the category of multi system inflammatory syndrome in children that's the rare condition that causes inflammation of the blood vessels that health officials think is linked to cove it the doctors say there are some similarities among the small number of affected children the virus is still attacking the body even after the acute infection is gone in mid April Giselle says she woke up with a pain in her left leg a very sharp pain like someone was like I don't punching my lake like stabbing my like the next day her leg swelled up to sell says she was too scared to go to the hospital because of the covert outbreak so her mom took her to an urgent care clinic where they prescribed antibiotics they didn't work her leg turned purple her toes read I'm not rushes out to the hospital my mom always calm me down and told me everything was going to be okay at Newark Beth Israel doctors found the veins and just sells like plugged up with clot her leg was two to three times its normal size Dr Cohen says the clock then moved to her lungs and stopped her heart it is never a common for a twelve year old two out of the blue develop a blood clot in the leg Giselle underwent CPR machine took over circulating her blood a ventilator helped her brief doctors fed blood clot in dissolving medicine into her body Giselle says she doesn't remember much of anything when I look up I remember I was trying to move but I couldn't so I got super frustrated answer crying then I got thirsty I asked my mom but I couldn't drink or eat anything because of the tubes in my mouth what she does remember are the fun parts health care workers Anna and Sarah who played no with her and being able to hang out with her mom all the time being silly when she was discharged the staff tutor off the giver.

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23 Children Admitted to Washington DC Hospital for Rare Illness Linked to COVID-19

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

23 Children Admitted to Washington DC Hospital for Rare Illness Linked to COVID-19

"New tonight more than twenty young patients are being treated for a mysterious illness linked to covert nineteen at children's national hospital in DC the hospital says tonight telling our news partners at NBC for doctors are now treating twenty three kids for the rare but serious illness called multi system inflammatory syndrome Virginia reports its first case that was yesterday in Fairfax county in Maryland there have been four cases including a Baltimore county teenager who

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This twentieth day of may six minutes past the hour the numbers at this morning coronavirus cases in the U. S. one point five million more than ninety three thousand Americans have passed away more than three hundred sixty thousand three hundred sixty thousand more than three under sixty thousand have recovered meanwhile Maryland reporting its first pediatric death from the coronavirus Baltimore county officials say a fifteen year old is passed away after being infected by covert nineteen the individual had symptoms of the inflammatory syndrome associated with covert nineteen that's been documented children children's hospital in Miami reporting what could be the first cases of the rare inflammatory syndrome both are in the pediatric ICU but showing signs of improvement according to a Jackson health system New York state's been seeing more cases of the syndrome as well it affects blood vessels organs and have symptoms similar to callous accu disease and toxic shock syndrome isn't trump by joining the Senate Republicans on Capitol Hill earlier this week to talk about the election and the upcoming bill that a Senate Republicans will be considering the house Democrats they've already approved a three trillion dollar relief package against minority Republican opposition in fact minority house house minority leader Kevin McCarthy even complained about the way the house voted on the package.

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

"Corona virus fact versus fiction is sponsored by express. Vpn doctors are seeing an increase in. What's being called Multi System Inflammatory Syndrome in children? It felt like almost electricity year fire. It's been seen in children across Europe. It's been in at least eighteen states now. Plus Washington DC in the last few months health officials in Europe and the United States have begun looking into a new condition affecting children. Children are showing up in hospitals with severe inflammation and poor function in some of their organs including their kidneys and heart. It's particularly surprising. Because in most cases these children were seemingly healthy without any underlying conditions before they develop the syndrome so in this episode. I'm GONNA explore what we currently know about the new syndrome in how doctors are treating it and also what it was actually like for one little girl and her family. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Cnn's chief medical correspondent and this is corona virus fact versus fiction. Now as a father myself I WANNA start off by reassuring. Parents that this condition were talking about today. Remains rare for the timing to date. There have been fewer than two hundred reported patients in the United States who doctors are still investigating the CDC is calling it multi-system Inflammatory Syndrome in children or MIS DASH C for short. There is still a lot. Were figuring out about it. Y or just some children getting sick why now months into this pandemic and what exactly is causing it. One thing that many of them have in common is that they tested positive. For covid nineteen experts say could be a post Viral Syndrome. That means it may not be directly caused by covid nineteen but it could be a response by the patient's immune system to learn more about the symptoms. And how the syndrome is treated. I reached out to twelve year old Julia daily. One of the first patients treated for this syndrome. In the United States I spoke to her and her father sean from their home in Louisiana Juliette. Let me let me start with you. When did you first start to not feel well? Oh about Friday. Woke up in the morning. My stomach star don't bad and felt like my legs EEK and P tie world so Fridays. She wasn't feeling well but she sort of made it through the day. Sunday was She was issues throwing everything up even water and we became pretty concerned that day and sort of had that in our mind that if if this continued through Monday we were GonNa take her into the pediatrician. So Monday came around. Sir have a blue lips in her extremities or cold. So that's when it was like this is not a normal Flu So what are you? What do you do next? So we called her pediatrician and they talked with some found but then it sounded serious enough for her to bring her in. So we went in He saw her very quickly. Very quickly. Decided this is something different you know. She's sicker than than normal. So had us go across the street to the Er on where you could run some tests essentially and that's when we sort of everything start cascading. It turned out Juliet's oxygen levels. Were Low hurt. Wasn't pumping blood to the rest of your body very well. Doctors decided to intubate her and then airlifter to a different hospital a nearby. Icu that was better staff to treat her. On that journey she went into cardiac arrest and was resuscitated twice. Shoes as as close to death as you can get. That's Dr J. Kleinman a pediatric cardiologists at auction. Hospital for children. He tweeted Juliet once she got to the ICU. Juliet tested positive for COVID. Nineteen heart was barely squeezing. She was going into kidney failure. Liver failure it is believed that. Mis Dash is caused by the immune system acting in overdrive. The body's own defenses overreacting and that can lead to inflammation in several organs in the body so to treat Juliet Dr Climate and gave her a medication that reduce the inflammation in her heart her lungs and kidneys so those medicines they stopped the the cell signaling or inflammation for inflammatory process in the hope. Is that if we can calm everything down in the body that we can give the body a chance to recover a national thankfully. The treatment was effective. After four days. Juliet's lungs began to function. Normally again. She was taken off the ventilator and for the first time since her air transport was able to talk to her parents. When she first woke up she wanted water and she wanted my wife to tell her teachers that the hospital. She's like they down. Juliet appears to have made a full recovery. After ten days in the hospital she was able to go home and get back to online. School Fuming. Good are you. Are you back one hundred percent? Would you say back to normal? Oh still feel out of place Ville Mandy man percents. We'll take ninety nine percent well. I'm glad you're ninety nine percent and I'm sending you a good energy to get you one hundred percent okay. Yeah I mean. She said ninety eight percent two days ago. So we're going into the new syndrome. Mis Dash C has been compared to toxic shock syndrome and another rare inflammatory disease. That primarily affects young. Children called Kawasaki Disease. Kawasaki Disease is very visual disease. Dr Gene Burns is the director of the Kawasaki Disease. Research Center. At the University of California San Diego Children Develop High Fever and in conjunction with the fever. Various things turn red so they get bloodshot. Eyes Red Cracked Lips and tongue rash over the body read palms and soles and swollen hands and feet. Some Mis Dash see patients had symptoms that look similar but doctors are still not sure. If there's a link we certainly don't know at this point in time that this new very severe cardiovascular collapse that we're seeing is related to Kawasaki sees. We do not know that we are certainly trying to investigate and understand if there is a relationship because that leads us. Stand to knowing more about how to treat it hearing about all this can be overwhelming but the good news is that doctors say treatment has largely been effective. If you're a parent keep an eye out for any unusual symptoms in your child. Abdominal pain vomiting fever that has lasting for days or any red rashes on the body. You know your kids best if they aren't acting their normal selves. Call your pediatrician. I think it's a good idea to set up a communication line with your pediatrician. Now via telehealth. Even if you don't need them right now that could save you a visit to the hospital in the future which is certainly a good idea in the midst of a pandemic now like I said. There's still a lot that we're learning about this syndrome. One of the big question remains is. What is the link to Covid? Nineteen just as we've been learning and treating krona virus at the same time we're going to do the same with this new syndrome after all. This is a new disease. We're seeing unfold in real time and we've always said we're learning together all of us if you have questions. Please record them. As a voice memo and e mail them to ask Sanjay Dot com might include them in our next podcast. We'll be back tomorrow. Thanks for listening..

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Inflammatory syndrome being linked to covert nineteen governor Andy Beshear said Monday that the children are aged five and eleven the five year old was admitted to the hospital on Saturday and is already home the eleven year old remains hospitalized the first case reported in the state was a ten year old another team previously hospitalized is also already home Kentucky health commissioner Dr Stephen stack it appears overwhelmingly they do well but not all of them for those who get this syndrome this is very serious this is essentially a situation where weeks after the child would have gotten over the initial infection their immune system becomes overactive and attacks the blood vessels governor Beshear also talked Monday about the state's contact tracing efforts which he says is expanding I'm Suzanne Duval Ohio governor Mike DeWine warning restaurants and bars throughout the Buckeye state could face criminal charges and more if they do not follow the rules senator Mike DeWine is serious about enforcing bars and restaurants social distancing rules at Monday's news conference he said if owners cannot enforce the rules they should close or will be closed he said a statewide law enforcement compliance unit has been assembled they all surgeon to conduct safety compliance checks in crowded bars and restaurants they wish you administrative citations that can result in the revocation of liquor license the wind reiterated that the economy cannot the open unless Ohioans comply interrupting the spread of the corona virus will determine how successful we are opening up our economy these two are tied together he once said bad actors could face criminal charges.

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COVID-19: What You Need To Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

06:04 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19: What You Need To Know

"This is an ABC news special. Kobe nineteen what you need to know here is. Abc News correspondent. Aaron Katersky as this school year nears an end. Parents wonder about the start of the next academic year. We'll schools welcome kids back. What will the classroom look like or will there still be online? Learning the answers dependent part. On what the virus does to kids and how kids transmit the virus. The World Health Organization said over the weekend that children appear to be less capable of spreading corona virus than adults. The comment came from the. Who's chief scientist? Sumio Swaminathan who appeared on the BBC? What we have seen in countries where schools remained open is that they have not been big outbreaks in schools and where there have been seen associated with we defense. A lot of people gather not in regular classrooms and it's often been associated with Donald who's had infection and who spread it so it does seem from what we know now that children are less capable of spreading it even if they get infection and certainly are very low risk of getting from the Z's for more on what all of this may mean. We're joined by Dr Edith Bradshaw Sanchez. A pediatrician and professor of pediatrics. At Columbia University. What do you make of her comments here? I think some of the reports that we're seen in the comments that were seeing from the. Who are definitely reassuring. I just want more data so a number of things have gone into into these comments from what I understand and there are countries that have opened schools Germany Denmark Some parts of Canada in those countries are not seeing big outbreaks of covert nineteen in children linked to schools which is reassuring but we just need more data. These countries have also done a variety of things to keep kids safe in school Germany. For example we've rent reports that they are having children self test every four days and given a green sticker to kids test negative and allowing them to walk around the school without a mask on some schools are taking temperature. Some schools have introduced a variety of social distancing in hygiene techniques. So so when we look at this at these reports and we we look at the lack of outbreaks linked to children after they were allowed to go back to school. It is reassuring but we have to remember that there are measures that these countries have taken and that we don't have all of the information yet. Really the bottom line is can. My kids hug their grandparents. Yeah I think that's such an interesting point for a long time and longtime in the cove world is a few months for a long time. We've been thinking about children in terms of the risk that they pose to adults. We've been saying okay. Well my kid goes back to school. Can they? Then come home and bring me the corner virus or bring the current virus to to grandma and GRANDPA if they visit in now. Not only. Is it that that is very much too little consideration? But now we're starting to learn for example that there is a new rare but serious complication of covert nineteen seems to affect children very differently than an affects adults. And now I think that the conversation starting to switch to what is the risk to children themselves from Bo Bo from going back to school. What's the answer? I wish I had it but I just don't know we just don't know there are reports for example right there. There is a report of a child. I believe from England who was in the French Alps and then went home. Was In contact with seventy two people that child himself tested positive for current a virus. None of the seventy two people. He came into contact with tested positive. So that was reassuring but then we had another report of a six month old whose parents had couvert nineteen and the child had to be cared for in the hospital and so they were constantly testing this little baby six months old and he shut the virus at very high levels for sixteen days. The data so far has been mixed in. I think that's why it's so important that we collect more data in children and the NIH as you probably have heard launched a study at the beginning of May to follow two thousand families to try to answer this question. What exactly is the rate of transmission? What exactly is the risk to children because we just haven't been collecting the data yet. Pediatric Multi Symptom Inflammatory Syndrome. What do we make of that? Does it matter whether it specifically connected to cove it as the CDC seems to suggest that it is? I do believe that it is linked to covert nineteen. And I'll tell you why. This new syndrome seems to have some characteristics of Kawasaki disease but it also has some characteristics. Overlap toxic shock syndrome. And I'll explain very very briefly Kentucky Diseases and inflammatory condition. It is cost by inflammation and then the the blood vessels in the body are affected. Ultimately different organs can be affected. The one that we worry about is the heart children present with fever with the red. Is the rash The swollen hands feed swollen. Lymph nodes some of the same symptoms that we are now seeing in this new condition but the difference one of the many differences that we're still learning is that these children were presenting with the new syndrome also seemed to have some of those symptoms from toxic shock. They are very sick when they present to care. They sometimes have low blood pressures and signs that there multiple there's multiple organ systems that are affected. And that doesn't go with Kawasaki. Disease it also here before cove it so we can of spectacularly Why are they testing? Summer testing negative for the antibodies and the virus itself. And that is absolutely puzzling. But I think at the end of the day you just sort of have to take a step back and think okay well. Even if it's not linked terrific can't prove it yet for some of these kids remember them majority are testing positive. And where was this before cove

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on Here & Now

"South Central. Los Angeles is one of many food desserts in this country where residents have little to no access to healthy affordable food Ron Finley grew up in south central raises. Children there and knows all too. Well what it's like to drive nearly an hour an la traffic to buy a fresh apple or tomato. It's a emission. That's even more heightened now during this covert nineteen crisis. I spoke with Ron Finley last week about the power behind learning to garden. Will you have this masterclasses? Part of the masterclass series after watching it. I spent all of last weekend planting flowers and a vegetable garden box. The Sun was out and then the next thing I know I looked up and it was twilight. Had been working on it for several hours on your. Yes seduced by the soil? That what you're all about. Really empowering people to kind of grow their own food and fall in love with the soil. You say it's more than practical. It's actually freedom especially for those who don't have access to fresh food. Can you say more? We need to know where food comes from. That's to me where the Freedom Park comes in. You know how to feed yourself you now know how to feed others around you You you understand the plant world. I mean this is something no one can ever ever ever take from you. It's a life skill and we all should know how to feed ourselves. But how did you know that this was your passion a fashion designer before this? When did it come to you that like this is what I should be doing with my life? Everything I do is my passion. Fashion became passionate Out of necessity of me wanting clothes that fit my body has has a kid. Has Somebody fifteen sixteen years old and I said okay. I'm GonNa do this and I'm doing really good in the same thing with personal training. The same thing with the gardening thing is if you're not GONNA do it. Don't do it if it's not GONNA be your passion if you'RE NOT GONNA change the standards don't do it. I mean I'm here to show people how to be creative. This this is like an art form for me. And that's how I treated you know and I think we all should inspire each other. That's what I'm trying to do. This is really interesting because you know in light of the corona virus pandemic. We've been talking a lot about food chains in the food supply where we're getting fruits and vegetables from in meat from an all of these things and we're learning just how complicated the process can be. We're also spending so much time now. Our homes and one of the first things. I thought about when we were going through the whole process of can we go to the grocery store should we wear masks are places like south central l. a. where there are food deserts where people have to travel so far just to get to a grocery store. I mean part of the proposition that that you give is that. Hey you can do this at home. You can be in the comfort of your home and it's so simple to be able to grow and you don't need all the fancy tools and the fancy A big plot of land to do it. You you actually don't need much of anything to do it. You don't that's why I think it should be taught in school survival system in right now with this pandemic those people are seeing. Just how important food really is in. How hard if you have a situation it is to get. You can't get to the store. Your store should be your front yard side yards your backyard and now we understand that you can't eat diamonds you know. So what's.

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on Here & Now

"He was complaining. Pain like severe pain in the abdomen. He is temperature spiked. He couldn't keep anything down so we ended up in strong in Rochester and he has Gobert test came back positive and they were concerned about his heart because it was beating rapidly and the way they described it to me it was beating as though he was running around when he was just sitting. Wow and we should say upstate. New York gorgeous here there in Hornell. But that's a hall of to Rochester. How how many hours was that isn't too bad. It's about an hour and a half. I mean He. He groaned after every bombs. Luckily the highway isn't too bad right now because people aren't driving it as much as they normally do. You have any clue what it was. We spoke to a doctor sued. Who's treated two dozen cases and he said the symptoms can mimic appendicitis. So did you think maybe it was that. What did you think well actually? Before going to strong he had been in the Er Urine Hornell and they were actually thinking it was appendicitis and they did a C. T. skin and they sent into to his primary. The primary looked at it and consulted a pediatric surgeon. Who said that yet? He had a stone in his appendix but the size and location of it would not cause any problem so they did the tests yet his primaries office but it takes like twenty four hours to come back and they just said that if anything were to happen to give them a call which obvious at night is one fever spiked and everything got worse. And that's when they said go to strong. Yeah go up to Rochester if you just tell us a little bit. I can't imagine seeing your little guy there in the hospital. We've seen pictures of kids with tubes completely knocked out a lot of red rashes. Red Is what were you observing. All he did have the red eyes and they'd had hooked up to a heart monitor. They would pick line which is essentially the big. Iv that goes into a vein next heart. Something they can keep in longer than a regular and his dehydration. Hydration it was just it was bad. I mean they wanted a urine sample when we first got strong and he could barely give them anything in what he did. Give them it was like Syrup and it just was steadfast in my. He went into day period They actually said that would the way his diet was if he had gone and other twenty four to forty eight hours. We might have lost him. Oh sure the ORCA start to fail right off. Yeah Oh my. I can't imagine how you're feeling through all that. Four of the six in the hospital. He was in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. I mean I've seen some cases where the kids definitely have had it worse than him but even what he had I would not recommend it. It's not easy for a parent to watch you. Know he's hooked up to all these machines in you're literally just they're not able to do anything. Cove nineteen feels like an invader from another world and here. Something has invaded your little boy. I mean just just horrible and I'm wondering hospital. This is so fresh Rochester of course very sophisticated hospital but did they know what this was. I'm not sure what point Game to that conclusion because they didn't come out and say it his first night in the hospital. My husband had sent me an article that he found about this inflammatory syndrome and they said that point and you know they weren't comfortable saying watch it was after they did a couple of Kobe tests they did one daily for four days and the first two came back positive in the second to came back negative which they said that tells them that he came to the hospital at the tail. End of the co- vid but his symptoms were still there which was telling them that it was the syndrome that was causing this and that was the first time they had mentioned it. And then they kind of explained to me a little bit what it was up to that point. I didn't really know anything about it. We'll doctors are also cautioning that we start to see these were side illnesses when there are millions of people infected. This is an illness that's affected millions around the world and so a rare condition. There's going to be more. Maybe four to six weeks after an epicenter has an outbreak. You might see kids with this. Have they said anything to you about some vulnerability he might have had or is it just a crapshoot while I was actually Talking to his pediatrician and he said that they're really not sure why some kids will get this. Some kids won't those you know you watch for the signs of a you watch for fever rashes. Diarrhea vomiting in. Just don't hesitate to call a doctor. I mean no problems too small. They won't get mad. It's what they're there for It is definitely not the new want to ignore but he said that they really don't know why some kids get in. Some kids won't there. It's all new. They're still learning. Will Ember Dean. How has this affected you going forward? It's gorgeous up in your neck of the woods in the summer as you look ahead though are you thinking of keeping your kids closer for awhile. I mean how has this affected you? Maybe psychologically even as you look ahead. I'm a definitely think I'm gonNA make it kind of out of the public for the summer. If things do start opening up and things start clearing up it might do a couple of small family trips. But for the most part they're only going to be around family. I'm not GonNa do any major gatherings or anything and I'm not considering anything like the summer camp or anything like that. Keep a close close Odin Have someone watching them at all times and just in case. I don't want my younger to to go through this than I mean. It was hard enough for the older one. I couldn't imagine it with my young ones. I can't either That's Aberdeen her. Nine year old son. Bobby is recovering from pediatric multi. System Inflammatory Syndrome thought to be caused by cove in nineteen.

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Mystery Respiratory Virus Spreads to 21 States

Kim Komando

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Mystery Respiratory Virus Spreads to 21 States

"At least twenty one states plus the district of Columbia have cases under investigation with New York Michigan and do you see all reporting new suspected cases an Alabama now reporting its first suspected case known as multi system inflammatory syndrome in children the new sickness is defined by both the positive test for corona virus or antibodies and a match with certain symptoms that include fever a rash of the hands feet or mouth and gastrointestinal problems like

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"One of the trials to prove they're safe and effective health secretary Alex ETS are ahead of a rose garden update on operation warp speed it from the president meantime New York's governor says he thinks are rare inflammatory syndrome in children believed to be linked to cover nineteen will be much more widespread than anyone thinks in New York alone it's already sickened dozens and killed several the governor also announcing that a plan to re open beaches later this month is being coordinated with New Jersey and Connecticut with limits on capacity and other safety measures a three trillion dollar stimulus bill getting a house vote today will hit a wall in the Senate Republicans call it a Democrat wishlist as always within eighteen hundred plus page bill there are few surprises in there including support for banking for marijuana related businesses fifty million dollars for investigating links between pollution exposure and spread of coveted twenty million dollars for arts and humanities funding boxes Mike Emanuel in Washington Democrats say the main parts including aid to state and local governments another round of checks to Americans and hazard pay for front line workers are urgently needed eleven more states ease restrictions today as more evidence is released to the extent of economic damage the latest report on retail sales confirms what we know many stores and restaurants were closed last month resulting in a deep decline in spending the sixteen point four percent drop is even steeper than expected and it's on top of an eight point three percent decline in March oxygen because sola another report shows a record plunge in industrial production down over eleven percent in April America is.

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Place at mad call the twenty four hour victim help line eight seven seven man help or visit mad dot org forty five degrees mostly clear skies for deeper as the BBC traffic on the threes here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecasts under mostly clear skies early on this Wednesday morning of a brisk and cold below close to Boston's record thirty eight and a current on the thirteenth of may eighteen eighty two well when when they're on the areas of frost in a hard freeze with less wind later today plenty of sun breezy and cool high fifty nine clear tonight below forty three in Boston but in the thirties in most suburbs milder tomorrow is Sunday exes with clouds high around sixty five it should start to rain tomorrow night Friday breezy and milder there will be showers and a thunderstorm Friday's highs between sixty six and seventy one arm accu weather meteorologist Carabins ski WBZ Boston news radio nine year old boy in upstate New York region with relatively few cases of coronavirus is recovering from a rare inflammatory syndrome thought to be related to the virus governor Andrew Cuomo says the state is now investigating about a hundred cases of the Kawasaki disease like syndrome New York City mayor bill de Blasio says there's a growing number of children there who have been diagnosed with the syndrome fifty two confirmed cases that number has continued to grow ten cases pending right now for this city to Blasio adds parents should keep an eye out for persistent fever rash and vomiting that could be symptoms.

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Crafted around your needs new clients are invited to enjoy ten percent off your first custom in store visit London to Austin there is dot com at eleven OO for a mix of sun shining clouds on this mother's day a lot milder too high today near sixty but still a gusty breeze out there tonight looking mostly cloudy looks are headed down to forty six cloudy tomorrow with rain likely and possible thunderstorms as well especially in the afternoon tomorrow high again near sixty a bit cooler on Tuesday and breezy with a mix of sun and clouds going up to about fifty six then partly sunny on Wednesday hiking up to near sixty high of fifty eight on Wednesday right now partly sunny forty seven in Winchester forty nine down in Quincy and forty eight in Boston leaders environmental takes the green approach to long care by using organic and environmentally friendly treatments leaders make your yard the envy of the neighborhood while using a more thoughtful approach to the environment visit leaders C. O. dot com or call eight six six nine nine lines over now to New York state doctors there are warning of a potential rare inflammatory syndrome appearing in some of their youngest patients who have either tested positive for covert nineteen or the anti bodies ABC's Stephanie Rameau's has more from Lenox hill hospital in Manhattan in New York state more than seventy three children have been affected by the rare illness called pediatric multi system inflammatory syndrome were laboring under the impression that young people were not affected by covert nineteen we're not so sure that that is the fact anymore there are cases in at least six other states Dr save symptoms for the rare syndrome include persistent fever rash and abdominal symptoms severity your department of health now working with the CDC closely to develop a national criteria for identifying the signs in children our server is dead following a shark attack in Santa Cruz California the CPR was performed on the twenty six year old surfer but he later died on the scene the beach will reopen on Thursday officials are still not sure what type of shark attacked the victim Rhode Island has begun it re opening some businesses.

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Because everybody can just like some other states re opening covert nineteen infections and deaths are increasing polls including ABC news Ipsos survey show about two thirds say re openings are happening too fast to be safe more than three in four say that even if there was a full re opening tomorrow they wouldn't go back to work the corona virus connected inflammatory syndrome infecting over seventy young children in New York state governor Cuomo and three have died George's attorney general's office's it'll investigate the case of the white father and son arrested in the shooting death of an unarmed black man gone at age eighty seven but not as music bye bye Little Richard became as famous for his wild stage presences for his songs tutti frutti his first hit in nineteen fifty five with the song from his days working as a dishwasher I used to sing to thirty every night because you are so many pots alone playing at the stadium the gift I got was what Bob Lewis but in the nineteen seventies struggling to beat a drug addiction Little Richard became an evangelist preacher I need to take the new report from open my brains do legal A. B. C. news you're listening to ABC news right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but will the uncertainty of current world news drag down the whole market you need answers and that's why you should call the area's real estate authorities Sarah and Debbie.

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Times tian will go of health uh health concerns according to what has happened in their life manic perspective and so there's been a direct link with pelvic inflammatory syndrome with people who've been fixable sexually assaulted motshabi fifty to ninety five of people who have been sexually assaulted have ptsd posttraumatic stress syndrome type percentage between fifty and five hundred steffi oh my gosh yeah and so i uh uh every day um something i'm just this typically related to up to forty percent of women experience chronic anxiety or depression roller drum and we all know that chronic anxiety and depression have long since concerning later fish shoes of course the mood issues the issues um pain issues a lot of times uh uh stomach ache the you know there's so many different um symptoms her oftentimes related to chronic infighting and depression them joe this there's a topic becoming popular now has really been very popular with in the therapy wrote flint decade lee heads i think rugby wouldn't about it now is good as breaking into skirted the limelight i now we can turn some way maybe there's lots of men and women out there who have some sexual assault in the past that may now understand way they have be some concerns mm the way.

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"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on Weekly Infusion

Weekly Infusion

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"inflammatory syndrome" Discussed on Weekly Infusion

"They utilize your immune system so you're almost healthy and while you're getting the treaty will accept there are side effects of the drugs right oh great transition again yeah the fact that i've been back at coercion are our education and rare condition correctly myself who have their expertise for going outer unity and educating our colleagues on how to understand and how to treat the side effects where the majority are mild and are controllable there are some that can take if it can't in life rocket halftime care uh identify these and treat them we have therapy is in this area the once you identify clear control them but you can see that if you get an unwind picket your response i in your calling you can get collider which can car significant dire react hydration guide effect here other oregon's nearby are we've also seen inflammatory syndrome that caused a to a terry glenn not to work so you don't get the hormone that unique or you can't amount than adequate stress response to infection or your thyroid is not worth i'm sorry the patients are keen gin confused graham the testosterone level go down so the strengths and the micromapping the patients go down so get you get an outlawed oregon autoimmune pan hype over to a tourism that's right in autumn here parent high procure when you're not predisposed to other malignancies as with some of the other prior treating citizens now no we haven't found anything that is linked to a risk of this secondary loik nancy barrick komo the dad.

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