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If respiratory tract infection had no occurrence in 6 months after treatment, it was considered that the therapy cured the children.
For example, the rate of all lower respiratory tract infections with severe hypoxemia--with no requirement for demonstration of RSV infection--was reduced by 46% during the first 90 days of life in the immunized group.
Information on socio-demographic variables including child's age, gender and also symptoms of acute lower respiratory tract infection, such as the presence and duration of fever associated with chills, cough, nasal discharge, breathlessness or fast breathing and abdominal pain was taken.
Vitamin D3 supplementation and upper respiratory tract infections in a randomized, controlled trial.
The knowledge of etiology of pathogens in patients of lower respiratory tract infections will be helpful for the empirical drug choice 19.
The majority of the studies (78%; 55/70) were reports on patients suffering from respiratory tract infection and 21.4% (15/70) were reports on patients suffering from diarrheal disease.
Children who had suffered from lower respiratory tract infections, such as bronchitis, bronchiolitis, pneumonia and general chest infections, had a two- to four-fold increased risk of developing asthma in later life and were also more likely to have worse lung function.
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Human bocavirus (HBoV) is a newly described human pathogen that has been frequently associated with upper and lower respiratory tract infections.
"[Existing] epidemiological and in vitro data have prompted numerous randomized controlled trials to determine whether vitamin D supplementation can decrease the risk of acute respiratory tract infection," wrote the authors of the study, led by Adrian R.
The drop in temperature results in increase the cases of chronic bronchitis and lower respiratory tract infection like pneumonia," she added.

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