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

…Together we will.

Societi is an influencing and policy shaping organisation which works through partnerships to drive real change in awareness across the UK, about Kawasaki Disease. Join us?

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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

Latest News

November 2019 UPDATED NICE Guidance published – Kawasaki Disease; Fever in Under 5’s

November 2019 UPDATED NICE Guidance published – Kawasaki Disease; Fever in Under 5’s

We WILL protect tiny hearts! Shaping national guidance…💕 …NICE – which is the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, have confirmed and now published revised guidance for Fever in under 5’s on their website. This includes new recommendations for Kawasaki Disease!!! See here: https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/ng143/chapter/Recommendations#kawasaki-disease Creating Change The changes are highly significant and very important indeed […]

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Kawasaki Support Group

Are you looking for support and someone to talk to after a diagnosis of Kawasaki Disease?

Visit the KSSG pages

Our Family Resource Portal

If you’ve been affected by Kawasaki Disease, you’ll find lots of additional information on these pages.  There’s answers to questions you might have, an overview of what you might expect, an interview with one of our Kawasaki Disease experts, Professor Tulloh – hear from other families about their experiences and much more!

Go to our Family Portal