Table 7

 Diagnostic criteria for Kawasaki disease

The child must have a daily spiking high temperature for at least five days, with four out of the following five features:
• Bulbar conjunctival injection without exudates
• Changes in the oral mucosa including red cracked lips, red mouth and throat, and strawberry tongue
• Erythema and swelling of the hands and feet with subsequent peeling usually after three weeks
• Generalised erythematous rash especially on the trunk
• Cervical lymphadenopathy