Kawasaki Disease is the leading cause of acquired heart disease in children in the UK. It’s time we changed that…                                  …together we will

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR! We’re working to make 2018 a phenomenal year for Kawasaki Disease awareness – Join us?

DID YOU KNOW 26 January is International Kawasaki Disease Awareness Day?  Across the U.K. events are being planned to grow our Kawasaki Conversation! THANK YOU to everyone who has already made a plan for 26 January – if you’d like to support us too –  Click here to see ways in which you can help!

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Kawasaki Disease Symptoms

Kawasaki Disease has a range of symptoms including a characteristic and distinctively persistent high fever for five days or more, rash, bloodshot eyes, “strawberry” tongue, cracked, dry lips, redness of the fingers and toes. If a child has a persistent fever together with two or more of these symptoms, THINK Kawasaki Disease.

  • Persistent fever

  • Swollen fingers/toes

  • Cracked lips / Strawberry tongue

  • Bloodshot eyes

  • Rash

  • Swollen glands

Find out more about Kawasaki Disease

Kawasaki Support Group

Are you a family looking for support after a diagnosis of Kawasaki Disease?

Visit the KSSG website

Parent Resource Portal

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