The duration of respiratory tract
infection, times of infection and days of antibiotic application was compared between the two groups.
Notably, maternal vaccination reduced infant hospitalization for RSV lower respiratory tract
infection by 44% during the first 90 days of life, when levels of transplacentally transferred neutralizing antibodies against RSV A and B were highest, with events occurring in 57 of 2,765 evaluable infants in the active treatment arm and in 53 of 1,430 controls.
All children presenting with clinical symptoms suggestive of acute lower respiratory tract
infections were evaluated in detail in hospital on IPD basis.
Antibiotic prescription rates for acute respiratory tract
infections in US ambulatory settings.
The bacteriological diagnosis of LRTIs is usually challenging, as the specimens used for investigation are contaminated by the microbes which exist in the upper respiratory tract
, as a result the need for sophisticated invasive procedures is required2.
Acute Respiratory Tract
Infections (ARIS); Clinico-Epidemiolocal Profile in Children of <Five Years of Age.
(ii) Studies for the detection of HBoV in patients with or without diarrhea and respiratory tract
[USA], Sep 10 ( ANI ): A recent study has linked respiratory tract
infections in young children to an increased risk of asthma and worse lung function in later life.
A major cause of economic losses, BRD affects the lower respiratory tract
/ lungs (pneumonia) or upper respiratory tract
(rhinitis, tracheitis, bronchitis).
Background: So far, many studies have shown that Human Bocavirus ( HBoV) is the main pathogen of the respiratory tract
. Until now, there is no study that proves the association between HBoV and hepatitis.
Administering doses of a vitamin D supplement to patients can significantly mitigate their risk of developing acute respiratory tract
infections, according to a recent study published by the BMJ.
to lower respiratory tract
infections including pneumonia, he added.