Role of mycoplasma pneumoniae and chlamydia pneumoniae in children with community-acquired lower respiratory tract
Lower respiratory tract
infections are responsible for 28% of the deaths.
1 To know the sub-clinical vitamin A deficiency in children during Acute Gastroenteritis and Lower Respiratory Tract
The Contractor undertakes, on the terms notified in the offer to ensure the supply of inhalation devices for the lower respiratory tract
of persons insured by the Contracting Authority in the advertised service area (Los) at any time.
Nearly 10% of lower respiratory tract
infections were accompanied by pulmonary problems, 7% had cardiovascular problems, 5% had endocrine morbidities, 5% had oncologic problems, and around 4% had gastrointestinal comorbidities.
Relationship of parental smoking to wheezing and nonwheezing lower respiratory tract
illnesses in infancy.
Association between respiratory syncytial virus outbreaks and lower respiratory tract
deaths of infants and young children.
RSV is a common cause of lower respiratory tract
infection; in children, its effects range from mild to lethal.
The most common adverse reactions (incidence eN 10%) in MS patients were headache, fatigue, arthralgia, urinary infection, lower respiratory tract
infection, gastroenteritis, vaginitis, depression, pain in extremity, abdominal discomfort, diarrhea, and rash.
This monoclonal antibody is being assessed for the prevention of lower respiratory tract
illness caused by respiratory syncytial virus in infants and young children.
Stays are designed for chronically ill and physically impaired children insured VoZP CR ages 7 to 17 years of age, including, in particular allergic disease, various forms of eczema, a disease of the upper and lower respiratory tract
on the basis of reduced immunity and overall body weakness.
Younger infants, boys, and nonwhite infants were at increased risk for infectious disease--related hospitalization; the most common diagnoses were lower respiratory tract
infections, Krista L.