acute respiratory disease


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acute respiratory disease

[ə′kyüt ′res·prə‚tȯr·ē di‚zēz]
(medicine)
Severe adenovirus infection of the respiratory tract characterized by fever, sore throat, and cough.
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Adenovirus-associated acute respiratory disease in healthy adolescents and adults: a literature review.
Because military physicians were unaware that adenovirus was a major cause of acute respiratory disease, additional serotyping was not performed at the time of diagnosis.
Adenovirus associated acute respiratory disease in healthy adolescent and adults: a literature review.
Ad14 infection was described initially in 1955 (5) and was associated with epidemic acute respiratory disease in military recruits in Europe in 1969 (6) but has since been detected infrequently.
Control of adenovirus acute respiratory disease in US Army trainees.
Health-care providers should consider RSV as a potential cause of acute respiratory disease among persons in all age groups during the annual seasonal peak.
Domestic dogs housed in close confinement, as in kennels or animal shelters, are often involved in outbreaks of acute respiratory disease (1,2).
CDC can assist local, state, and territorial health departments with the investigation of acute respiratory disease outbreaks of unknown etiology.
During the RSV season (November-May), health-care providers should consider RSV as a cause of acute respiratory disease in both children and adults.
Although anelloviruses are not associated with any specific disease, TTV has been suggested to play a role in acute respiratory disease (ARD) and in asthma of children (2,3).
Adenovirus Infections are endemic, particularly among children, but also may cause epidemics of pharyngoconjunctival fever, keratoconjunctivitis, gastroenteritis, and acute respiratory disease (ARD) among military trainees.
Risk of acute respiratory disease among pregnant women during influenza A epidemic.

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