Kawasaki disease

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  1. non sum dignus

    non sum dignus Archangels


    At least three patients at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles displayed signs of the pediatric inflammatory multisystem syndrome, or PIMS, which doctors have said is similar to Kawasaki disease, or a condition that causes swelling in medium-sized arteries throughout the body. Kawasaki disease, which primarily affects children and has less than 6,000 diagnosed cases in the U.S. each year, often leads to inflammation in the coronary arteries, according to the Mayo Clinic.

    Testing later revealed that the patients who displayed symptoms of PIMS — said to include high fever, swollen hands and feet, red, cracked lips, and a red tongue and eyes, not unlike signs of Kawasaki disease — had antibodies against the novel coronavirus, hinting at a possible link between the two, Dr. Jacqueline Szmuszkovicz, a pediatric cardiologist at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, told The Los Angeles Times.

    Cases of Kawasaki disease have affected children 5 and under. The disease has caused inflammation of the heart and blood vessels. Typical symptoms included fever, rash, swelling of the hands and feet, irritation and redness in the whites of the eyes, swollen lymph glands in the neck and irritation and inflammation of the mouth, lips and throat, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC].

    Still, there’s been no official criteria for diagnosing the deadly disease and health officials have been scrambling to identify children who may be affected by it.

    “Of the cases that have been verified, 47 percent of the kids involved tested positive for the coronavirus at that point; of those who tested negative, 81 percent had the antibodies,” de Blasio said. “Suffice it to say that, for the past 10 weeks, all day, every day, we’ve all been talking about the coronavirus nonstop and looking at so many different elements around it, and this particular challenge around kids came up literally days ago.”

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    This may be a throwback to an alleged 19th-century mystic named Marie Julie-Jahenny who said she was told on August 5, 1880: “There will be a grave illness which human science will not be able to alleviate. This illness will attack firstly the heart, then the spirit, and at the same time, the tongue. It will be horrible. The heat accompanying it will be a devouring fire insupportable and so intense that the members of the body affected will be red — an unendurable fiery red. At the end of seven days this disease, sown like a seed in the field, will spread everywhere rapidly and make great progress.”

    Went on Jahenny: “My children, here is the only remedy which could save you. You are familiar with the Hawthorn which grows practically in all hedges. The leaves of the Hawthorn, not the wood, can arrest the progress of this disease. You will gather the leaves, not the wood. Even dry, they will keep their efficacy. You will put them into boiling water and leave them there for 14 minutes, covering the receptacle so that the steam remains therein. At the onset of this disease, one must use this remedy three times a day.
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    non sum dignus Archangels

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  3. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Powers

    MJJ was given much correct information, IMHO. It would be good for all of us to look back at her locutions. Some of us on the forum have discussed the hawthorn tea several months ago. I have a large bag of dried hawthorn tea leaves and flowers which I obtained from Mountain Rose Herbs online.
  4. AED

    AED Powers

    I also have some. I may send for more.
  5. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Powers

    Wouldn’t hurt a bit. You never know. You may need to share.
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