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Posted by alexandra_k on June 3, 2020, at 5:59:38

USMLE Step 1 review (and maybe also Pathoma) says you don't give kids asprin (risk of Reye disease)...


They have Kawasaki disease.

In which case -- you give them aspirin.

I wondered if this 'new' disease (I forget what it is called) that is supposedly like Kawasaki disease (affects the vasculature and heart like Kawasaki disease) was similarly responsive to aspirin.

You know, to help with the vascular clotting problem that some people were having.

But sure. Ibuprofin. Good idea. Kudos. Genius. Medsci 101.


I don't understand...




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