Warm CREAM is an unrelated (and somewhat unpleasant) mnemonic to help remember the signs and symptoms of Kawasaki. The “warm” is a fever (one lasting more than 5d) and then you need 4/5 of the other criteria (non-purulent conjunctivitis, rash, palmar erythema/swelling, cervical adenopathy, dry and red mucous membranes, the infamous strawberry tongue).
How your pink eye is treated usually depends on the form of conjunctivitis you have. Did you know there are three different types? Learn more about pink eye treatments and what you can do to relieve certain symptoms