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Revista chilena de pediatría

versión impresa ISSN 0370-4106

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VAN SINT JAN, N.; VALVERDE, C.; BAEZA, C.  y  DIAZ, R.. ECMO support in a child with cardiogenic shock due to Kingella Kingae endocarditis. Rev. chil. pediatr. [online]. 2018, vol.89, n.5, pp.644-649. ISSN 0370-4106.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0370-41062018005000804.

Introduction:

Endocarditis is a rare disease in children, especially in those without previous heart disease, and Kingella Kingae (KK) is rarely identified as the cause. Extracorporeal membrane oxyge nation (ECMO) is a support for both heart and respiratory failure.

Objective:

To report the first case of infectious endocarditis (IE) due to KK which required ECMO support secondary to refractory cardiogenic shock. Clinical case: 19-months-old previously healthy female patient, with a 2-day his tory of fever, and diagnosed with hand-foot-and-mouth disease. The patient developed refractory cardiogenic shock, multiorgan failure, acute respiratory distress syndrome, and deep hemodynamic compromise that required veno-arterial ECMO support. The echography showed an image compa tible with mitral valve vegetation, confirming IE with transthoracic echocardiography. Blood culture was positive for KK. She had an ischemic stroke and required two heart surgeries, the first one for the mass resection and the second one for mitral valve repair, which had a posterior ring pseudoa neurysm. The patient had a favorable evolution and was discharged 73 days after admission. At one year of follow-up, she had no cardiological symptoms, but a mild right brachial-crural hemiparesis persisted.

Conclusion:

This is the first reported case of IE due to KK that required extracorporeal life support. KK endocarditis is an uncommon pathology that can cause multiorgan failure, which can be successfully supported with ECMO.

Palabras clave : Endocarditis; Kingella kingae; Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation; Cardiogenic Shock; ECMO.

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