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Doctors in Britain, Italy and Spain have been warned to look out for a rare inflammatory condition in children.
The condition is possibly linked to the new coronavirus.
Earlier this week, Britain's Paediatric Intensive Care Society sent a notice to the country's doctors.
It said that in the past three weeks, there has been an increase in the number of children with "a multi-system inflammatory state requiring intensive care."
The group said there was "growing concern" that the condition is related to COVID 19, the disease caused by the virus.
However, the group also suggested a different, unidentified disease might be responsible.
Russell Viner is the president of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
He told the Associated Press: "We already know that a very small number of children can become severely ill with COVID-19 but this is very rare."
Viner added that the condition was likely caused by an overreaction of the body's natural defenses, or immune system.
英国、意大利和西班牙的医生被警告要注意一种罕见的儿童炎症。
这种疾病可能与新冠病毒有关。
本周早些时候,英国儿科重症监护室协会向该国医生发出通知。
通知指出,过去三周,因出现“多系统炎症状态而需要重症监护”的儿童数量明显增加。
该协会表示,人们“越来越担心”这种疾病与新冠病毒引发的疾病新冠肺炎有关。
然而,该协会还表示,这也可能是另一种未被确认的疾病所致。
拉塞尔・维纳是英国皇家儿科与儿童健康学院院长。
他对美联社表示:“我们知道,极少数儿童可能因新冠肺炎而重病,但这是非常罕见的情况。”
维纳还表示,这种疾病很可能由人体自然防御或免疫系统的过度反应所致。
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