2022, Vol. 5, Issue 1, Part B
The prevalence of COVID-19 disease in children & its abnormal characteristics
Dr. Mithila Das Mazumder
The recent significant coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has taken an unprecedented toll on COVID-19-infected people who are gravely unwell. While there is indication that the burden of COVID-19 infection in hospitalized children is lower than in adults, there are just a few publications detailing COVID-19 in pediatric intensive care units to date (PICUs). COVID-19 There is two stages to the symptoms in youngsters. Upper and lower respiratory symptoms can occur in the first week, but they are milder and less common than in adults. However, signs of MIS-C or multisystem involvement can appear 2-3 weeks after infection, and COVID-19 should be investigated. Fever, rash, and respiratory issues are the most prevalent reasons for admission.
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Dr. Mithila Das Mazumder. The prevalence of COVID-19 disease in children & its abnormal characteristics. Int J Paediatrics Geriatrics 2022;5(1):76-80. DOI: 10.33545/26643685.2022.v5.i1b.170