URTI


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URTI

Abbreviation for upper respiratory tract infection.

URTI

Acronym for UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTION.
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Clinical and neurologic findings were similar to those of cases reported in other countries, including URTI preceding the neurologic features (4,8,9).
Recently, researches have focused on studying the effect of zinc and Vitamin A supplementations on problematic (URTI).
An interesting finding in our study was that adult patients with URTI did not have an increased incidence of postoperative hypoxaemia, although the number of such patients was limited.
Our survey confirmed that URTI was the most common indication for antibiotic prescription, and the most commonly prescribed antibiotics were penicillin and cephalosporins.
Human coronavirus (HCoV) cause URTI which can lead to LTRI.
A history of URTI or atopy, surgery to the neck and airway, and younger age (<6 years) increases the risk of adverse respiratory episodes.
Risk factors found to be associated with frequent exacerbations were female gender, lower education, patient unawareness, URTI, allergen and drug exposure, treatment step-II, medication non-compliance, anxiety and blood eosinophilia.
The incidence of infectious diseases such as URTI, viral fever, acute gastroenteritis, and urinary tract infection (UTI) was found to be proportionately higher in the age group of 31-40 years, whereas musculoskeletal disorders were common in 41-50 years.
It may present similarly to subacute thyroiditis, with painful thyroid swelling, fever, and leukocytosis following an upper respiratory tract infection (URTI).
This was preceded by an upper respiratory tract infection (URTI) a week prior to presentation.
Studies have reported that upper respiratory tract infection (URTI), sickle cell anemia, diabetes, heavy alcohol use, and bony trauma may predispose the patients to vertebral osteomyelitis [3].
The ARI includes upper respiratory tract infections (URTI) and lower respiratory tract infections (LRTI), a term that includes a number of inflammatory pathologies called according to the affected site such as rhinosinusitis, otitis, mastoiditis, pharyngitis, tonsillitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, common cold, among others [1,2,3].