Peoria boy recovering from rare COVID-19 symptom
Because the series of recent COVID-19 situations proceed to remain high, more kids are experiencing a rare and doubtlessly lifestyles-threatening symptom. FOX 10’s Nicole Garcia reports.
PEORIA, Ariz. – Because the series of recent COVID-19 situations continues to remain high, an increasing number of kids are experiencing a rare and doubtlessly lifestyles-threatening symptom.
A 9-year-old Peoria boy is one survivor, and his family is thankful for that on Thanksgiving Day.
Caden is taking it easy this Thanksgiving, as he recovers from Multi-Inflammatory Syndrome in Formative years (MIS-C). MIS-C is a rare symptom that develops weeks after a baby seemingly will get over COVID-19.
Weeks after thinking Caden became as soon as over the virus, he developed a high fever. Then, Caden’s mother, Sarah Veysey, seen a rash.
“It correct seemed bizarre. It became as soon as a station., and I pulled his pajama shirt down, and there possess been spots all over his chest and wait on, and I believed one thing is now not appropriate form,” said Veysey.
Caden’s of us took him to the emergency room, after which trip became as soon as disturbing for all alive to.
“They took his blood stress,” said Veysey. “His blood stress became as soon as extraordinarily low.”
In keeping with the CDC, kids with MIS-C trip irritation of the organs, including the heart, lungs, and kidneys.
Caden spent just a few week in the successfully being heart.
“He’s very lucky we obtained in early,” said Veysey. “His heart obtained irritation. The echocardiogram came out honest. There are some kids who possess very serious heart accidents.”
As they get around the desk this Thanksgiving, Caden’s family is counting their blessings.
“We’re very grateful to be collectively,” said Veysey.
The CDC recommends taking kids to the emergency room appropriate form away if they point out symptoms similar to a rash, confusion, trouble in the chest, abdominal trouble, or grief breathing after being diagnosed with COVID-19.
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