lower respiratory tract infection


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lower respiratory tract infection

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Aetiology of lower respiratory tract infection in Benin City, Nigeria.
Not breastfeeding is positively associated with risk of lower respiratory tract infection, (15) and higher social class is negatively associated with both a) not breastfeeding (17) and b) respiratory tract infection.
Methods: Seventy five children aged 6 months to 12 yr with signs of community-acquired lower respiratory tract infections were selected for the study.
Correlation of viral load of respiratory pathogens and co-infections with disease severity in children hospitalized for lower respiratory tract infection.
11) Similar findings have been observed in studies of non-FN Aboriginal Canadians: in a prospective study of Inuit infant hospitalizations due to lower respiratory tract infection on Baffin Island, 12% required intubation and mechanical ventilation, (12) which is higher than for their non-Aboriginal counterparts.
Fluoroquinolone use was much higher among other physicians for lower respiratory tract infection, composing about 43% of prescriptions by internists, 40% by family physicians, and 30% by emergency physicians.
Lower respiratory tract infection ranks number 3 among the causes of death worldwide, but is highest in numbers of life years lost because of its importance in young children.
Lower respiratory tract infection in the normal host, JT Forton, AH Thomson
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a leading cause of infant/childhood lower respiratory tract infection and hospitalization.
Although a majority of RSV infections are usually mild, the infection can result in severe lower respiratory tract infection due to bronchiolitis and pneumonia in infants less than 1 year old, which causes up to 130,000 pediatric hospitalizations per year in the U.
Human rhinovirus group C infection in children with lower respiratory tract infection.

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