Kawasaki disease has 3 phases. Acute, subacute, convalescent. Describe them.
Acute: fever, swollen hands/feet, enlarged nodes. conjunctivis. changes in mucous membranes. fever does not respond to antibx.
Subacute: lasts during 3rd-4th week. fever disappears, most sx resolve. desquamation, arrythmias, HF, coronary aneurisms.
Convalescent: final stage beings when most sx have gone.