Description of Short- and Long-term Outcomes in the KD Population

PatientKD DiagnosisOutcome
5-year-old boyAge 2 years; treated with aspirin and IVIg with no resultant aneurysms identified.Age 5 years; mortality from coronary artery disease (further details unavailable from state registry)
11-year-old boyAge 5 years; treated with aspirin + IVIg + persantine. Developed persistent aneurysms managed with aspirin + warfarin + persantine.Age 11 years; SCD with no evidence of thrombosis or infarct on autopsy
26-year-old manAge 13 years; treated with steroids and antibiotics. Developed persistent aneurysms managed with aspirin and warfarin.ACS due to aneurysm thrombosis requiring CABG at age 14 years
38-year-old manAge 4 years; with development of persistent aneurysms.Age 32 years; developed ACS
40-year-old manDiagnosed as a child; uncertain age in another health system.Age 19 years; ACS
  • ACS, acute coronary syndrome; CABG, coronary artery bypass graft; SCD, Sudden Cardiac Death; IVIg, Intravenous Immunoglobulin.