ALRI


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ALRI

 Acute Lower Respiratory Infection
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The researchers found that the odds of ALRI encounter for the 112,467 subjects aged 0 to 2 years of age increased within one week of elevated PM2.5, and peaked after three weeks, with a cumulative 28-day odds ratio of 1.15 per +10 [micro]g/m[sup.3].
When an acute increase in the level of PM2.5 occurs, people should prevent infections or decrease ALRI symptom severity or duration by reducing their exposure to the air pollution.
Risk factors for mortality from acute lower respiratory infections (ALRI) in children under five years of age in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies.
The Bangladesh [22] study noted a higher incidence of URI as well as pneumonia (ALRI) in monsoon and autumn (before winter).
According to the World Health Organisation's National Burden of Disease Estimates 2010, there is strong evidence that indoor air pollution causes pneumonia and other acute lower respiratory infections (ALRI) among children under five years of age, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and lung cancer (in relation to coal use) among adults.
See The Alberta Law Reform Institute (ALRI) (2003) Enduring Powersof Attorney: Safeguards Against Abuse, (Final Report, Canada) pp 88 see also Carney, T,(1999) "Abuse of Enduring Powers of Attorney--Lessons from the Australian Tribunal Experiment?" 18 NZULR 481.In the US, considerable attention has focused on the debate over whether to modify practices to make POAs more difficult to abuse.
This study, recently published in the Lancet, aimed to estimate the global incidence of and mortality from episodes of acute lower respiratory infection (ALRI) due to RSV in children younger than 5 years in 2005.
The systematic review and meta-analysis used published and unpublished incidence and mortality data for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)-associated acute lower respiratory infection (ALRI) in both industrialized and developing countries.
The researchers estimated that, worldwide, 3.4 million young children developed RSV-associated severe ALRI necessitating hospital admission and 66,000-199,000 children younger than 5 years of age died from the infection.
In acute lower respiratory infections (ALRI), predominance of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and metapneumovirus (MPV) is observed in Brazil [4] and in other countries [5-7].
Currently, the African Languages Research Institute (ALRI) is making great strides (Chimhundu, 2003; Magwa, 2007) to promote indigenous languages standards through sub-projects which.