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3[degrees]C, upper respiratory tract infection symptoms, normal tympanic membranes, and localized, fine crackles at the right base and right axilla suggestive of bronchopneumonia
However, given the mass anecdotal support and reviews that supplemental vitamin C has had in symptomatic relief during an upper respiratory tract infection and given the moderate risk associated with supplemental vitamin C, it is probably a reasonable practice to increase vitamin C intake upon the onset of any symptoms of upper respiratory tract infection.
We suggest that the initial upper respiratory tract infection may have progressed to pneumonitis after the patient received intensive chemotherapy.
Initial results also indicate that HNK20 may reduce the frequency with which RSV upper respiratory tract infections progress to bronchiolitis or viral pneumonia.
An average patient with an uncomplicated upper respiratory tract infection has a low severity of illness.
A: It might be that Goblin has a problem with his airways - an upper respiratory tract infection can be caught from people with a cold.
Nasopharyngitis, upper respiratory tract infection, injection site reactions, influenza, diarrhea, urinary tract infection, bronchitis, myalgia, headache, back pain, arthralgia
Peer-reviewed clinical research demonstrates the ability of Wellmune WGP to reduce upper respiratory tract infection symptoms and improve overall health even during periods of high physical and lifestyle stress.
She was diagnosed with an upper respiratory tract infection and prescribed nasal drops.
The body of research demonstrating that Wellmune WGP can reduce upper respiratory tract infection symptoms and improve the psychological well-being of individuals with stressful lifestyles has expanded with the recent presentation of new data at Experimental Biology 2010.
Health-related quality of life is not significantly improved in patients receiving antibiotics for an upper respiratory tract infection when compared with subjects receiving no antibiotic.

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