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Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children: A new wrinkle in COVID-19 infection

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Contemporary Pediatrics' latest webinar will provide the latest information on multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children associated with COVID-19 infection and provide guidance on how to manage patients who develop the complication, presented by a panel of experts. Register today for the May 20th presentation.

The multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) associated with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has added a new complication to pediatric cases of COVID-19. With over 100 cases in New York state and cases all over the United States and many questions about MIS-C remain.

This past Wednesday, Contemporary Pediatrics hosted a webinar that untangled MIS-C and provided the latest information and guidance about the condition. It was moderated by Tina Q. Tan, MD, FAACP, FIDSA, FPIDS, and featuring experts Stanford T. Shulman, MD, and Leonard R. Krilov, MD.

For an on-demand version of the webinar, click here.

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