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Overall, 8% of upper respiratory infections were complicated by sinusitis.
Severity scores decreased in each category on the second night but not between the medications and placebo, which supports the concept that upper respiratory infections are self-limited illnesses that improve with time.
The danger is that if you take antibiotics for an upper respiratory infection, for example, you may well develop resistant pneumococci.
One implication of the study, she suggested, is that keeping children less than 1 year of age out of day care could protect them from AOM if they have fewer upper respiratory infections as a result.
Even when there is no nosocomial or community outbreak of respiratory virus infections, which are emerging infections in HSCT recipients, everyone who enters an HSCT unit, including visitors and health-care workers, should be screened daily for symptoms of upper respiratory infection [BIII].
Upper respiratory infection symptoms in the week after flights were compared in 1,100 passengers: 47% flew on jets that used 100% fresh air for ventilation, and 53% flew on jets that used up to 50% recirculated air.
He had been examined initially by his primary care physician, who diagnosed the condition as an upper respiratory infection and recommended guaifenesin.
The virus was also modified to prevent it from replicating and thus causing the upper respiratory infection that it might otherwise bring about.
Researchers at Ball State University in Indiana asked just that question and found that moderate exercise did not affect the duration or intensity of symptoms of an upper respiratory infection.
It is characterized by neck pain and generalized malaise, fatigue, fever, and chills following an upper respiratory infection, usually of viral etiology.
Symptoms include swollen head and paws, high fever and a severe upper respiratory infection with sneezing, Foley said.
SAN ANTONIO -- Monitoring athletes' salivary IgA levels may identify those who are at increased risk for upper respiratory infection due to immunosuppression induced by overtraining, Dr.

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