<< Evidence-Based Management Of Kawasaki Disease In The Emergency Department

Emerging Research

To date, there is no definitive test for Kawasaki disease, leading to potentially dangerous delays in diagnosis and treatment. Prior research has shown that delays in diagnosis increase the risk of complications (including coronary artery aneurysms) and mortality. To this end, several researchers have been working to find a more definitive laboratory test to help emergency clinicians make the diagnosis of Kawasaki disease.

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