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Human respiratory syncytial virus (HRSV), human metapneumovirus (HMPV), parainfluenzavirus, coronavirus, and adenovirus are commonly detected viruses in children with acute lower respiratory tract infections (LRTI) (1-5).
Two years later, despite the avoidance of direct skin contact with latex products, she developed severe skin reactions with swelling and urticaria; she also developed upper and lower respiratory symptoms that included allergic rhinitis, hoarseness, wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and anaphylaxis.
RSV stands for respiratory syncytial virus, an influenza-like virus and the single most important cause of lower respiratory tract infection in infants and children.
Common adverse events reported in TYSABRI-treated patients include headache, fatigue, infusion reactions, urinary tract infections, joint and limb pain, lower respiratory infections, rash, gastroenteritis, abdominal discomfort, vaginitis, and diarrhea.
The joint trial from Cardiff University found that GPs in primary care who underwent training in advanced communications skills and those who made use of a simple blood test prescribed fewer antibiotics for lower respiratory tract infections, which generally do not respond to antibiotics.
Down syndrome alone is a risk factor for severe respiratory syncytial virus infections of the lower respiratory tract and may merit an indication for prophylaxis with palivizumab, according to Dr.
Down syndrome by itself is a risk factor for severe respiratory syncytial virus infections of the lower respiratory tract and may merit an indication for prophylaxis with palivizumab, according to investigators who followed 395 patients in the Netherlands.
The presence of ciliated cells was the best indicator that secretions originated from the lower respiratory tract.
In children ETS exposure affects the upper and the lower respiratory tract.
RSV is a common cause of lower respiratory tract infection; in children, its effects range from mild to lethal.
Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Immunology/Allergy Section, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, Ohio, the study said that cleaning activities may be linked to increased lower respiratory tract symptoms in women with asthma.
An abnormal white blood cell count is not a useful marker for predicting concurrent serious bacterial infection in infants and young children hospitalized with respiratory syncytial virus lower respiratory tract infection, results from a large study demonstrated.

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