Variability in Delivery of Care and Echocardiogram Surveillance of Kawasaki Disease
Congenital Heart Disease, 06/12/2012
Lowry AW et al. – Lack of optimal surveillance after a diagnosis of Kawasaki disease may result in the underdiagnosis of coronary artery pathology or other complications. Considerable variability in surveillance and acute management exists, and additional research is needed to determine optimal screening and care delivery models for this population.