bronchiolitis

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bronchiolitis

[‚bräŋ·kē·ō′līd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of the bronchioles.
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In GUERANDE, infants with a first episode of acute bronchiolitis were given two 20-minute nebulizations of 3% hypertonic saline or 0.
Infants between 1 month and 2 years of age admitted to our hospital general pediatrics ward with a diagnosis of uncomplicated acute bronchiolitis were enrolled.
We carried out this study with the primary objective of finding out the effectiveness of 3% HS nebulization and comparing it with Normal Saline and Salbutamol nebulization in acute bronchiolitis among Indian children.
16] Children with acute bronchiolitis may be clinically well even when the inspiratory and expiratory airway resistance is high, because increased resistance is due to dynamic narrowing of the airways.
Acute bronchiolitis in infancy as risk factor for wheezing and reduced pulmonary function by seven years in Akershus County, Norway.
Association of rhinovirus infection with increased disease severity in acute bronchiolitis.
RSV is a common cause of acute bronchiolitis in children under the age of two.
The effect of ribavirin to treat previously healthy infants admitted with acute bronchiolitis on acute and chronic respiratory morbidity.
We knew why the fog affected smokers so drastically: Because ventilation distribution within the lungs of a smoker was usually seriously impaired, high exposure to polluted air could induce acute bronchiolitis that might quickly be fatal.
MADRID -- Giving nebulized hypertonic saline (NHS) to infants who present to pediatric emergency departments with a first episode of moderate to severe acute bronchiolitis did not reduce their hospitalization rate in the randomized, multicenter, double-blind GUERANDE trial.
The aim of the study was to evaluate platelet volume indices in children with acute bronchiolitis.
Nasopharyngeal aspirates paired with serum samples were collected from 34 children with ARD, including upper respiratory tract infections, pneumonia, and acute bronchiolitis.

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