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Management of Kawasaki disease
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    Re:Management of Kawasaki disease Eleftheriou et al
    • Despina Eleftheriou, Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant
    • Other Contributors:
      • Michael Levin, Delane Shingadia, Robert Tulloh, Nigel Klein, Paul Brogan

    We thank Professor Hall for drawing our attention to this issue. At present there are no relevant published recommendations in the UK but we would agree that both vaccination against VZV and influenza should be offered and recommended to children receiving long term aspirin.

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