POST COVID-19 MULTISYSTEM INFLAMMATORY SYNDROME IN ADULT: A CASE REPORT
Silpa Sabu, Femi Francis, Lakshmi R.* and Amith Kumar S.
Covid 19, a severe acute respiratory syndrome, which evolved during the time of late 2019, is principally transmitted through respiratory droplets, aerosols as well as mucosal membrane contact with fomites. Multiple organ inflammatory syndrome in adults, a serious complication of covid 19 increases the duration of hospitalization and mortality rate. Here we present the case of a 39 year old male patient who had a history of covid 19, admitted to the neurology department with the complaints of fever, myalgia, loss of consciousness associated with frothing from the mouth and postictal confusion was diagnosed with post covid multiple inflammatory syndrome in adults, status epilepticus, sepsis and acute kidney injury. The patient responded to IV antibiotics, antiepileptic, sodium valproate, IVIG as well as methylprednisolone and was discharged in a stable condition.
Keywords: Covid 19, Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome, Multiorgan Dysfunction, SARS-CoV2.
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