2-year-old dies after suspected tick bite

 
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Kenley Ratliff, a sweet and full of life 2 year old from Indiana, died on Saturday after running a high fever that lasted for a week. Her family and doctors believe she died from a tick-borne disease. In fact, they had been treating her for Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. She had a brain infection, swollen hand, and rashes all over her body. 1

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If she was bitten by a tick, the family is not sure where it may have happened. They are awaiting her autopsy.

A family friend said,

“Kenley was admitted to the hospital Tuesday after her high fever didn’t break. She was given an antibiotic and placed on a breathing tube while doctors tried to diagnose her, Kirby says.” 2

Before she was admitted to the hospital, Kenley was taken to the emergency room twice for strep throat, then released.

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Kenley’s mother is desperate to remind people to always check for ticks.

 

Our heart goes out to her grieving family.

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Sources and References

  1. KFVS12, June 7, 2017.
  2. KFVS12, June 7, 2017.

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