Studies have shown that children with Covid can be affected by the health problems of multisystem inflammatory syndrome. This was confirmed in a note released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the US. These are problems that affect various organs of the body, including the heart.
This condition can cause symptoms such as high fever, shortness of breath and low oxygen levels in the blood. Others do not show any of these symptoms. Doctors testify that even those who have been confirmed by Covid have no symptoms. Doctors say it cannot be detected by any of the PCR and antigen tests that usually detect covid, and that antibody tests are the cure. It is common to have no symptoms at all in the early stages of the infection or to show only minor symptoms.
Symptoms of multicellular inflammatory syndrome begin three to four weeks after the onset of the covid infection. Symptoms include fever, headache, fatigue, vomiting, diarrhea, itching, and red eyes. It can also affect the function of the heart, lungs and kidneys. It can lower blood pressure and increase heart rate, which can lead to shock.
ECG is abnormal in 54% of patients. Impairment of the heart muscle can lead to impaired blood pumping and serious health problems. Although children with high immunity often overcome this condition, there is concern that it may become more serious in adults.
Due to the low mortality rate due to Covid, many people are of the opinion that even if Covid comes, it will not be a problem. But new research shows that health problems after Covid are more life-threatening.