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Adams said: The RespiFast RG Panel enables the rapid and reliable detection of a wide number of respiratory pathogens within a single assay, including both viral and bacterial causes of respiratory tract infections.
3,6) In fact, rhinovirus causes nearly one billion cases of the common cold annually and is the most common cause of respiratory tract infections in hospitalized children.
A review of the Respiratory Tract Inflammatory Disorders products under development by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources.
Researchers recruited 61 children with asthma (aged 1-14 yrs) who presented to a paediatric allergy and asthma unit with upper respiratory tract viral infections.
On the other hand, there doesn't seem to be anything to support the idea that vitamin D would help otherwise healthy people with normal, temporary respiratory tract infections.
No other diagnostics test platform has been able to provide this functionality and cost-effectiveness to enable respiratory tract infections testing at point-of-care", says Dr Aleksi Soini, CEO at ArcDia Ltd.
The clinical signs were typical of an upper respiratory tract infection combined with severe obstructive bronchitis.
Antibacterial activity of the extract was demonstrated in liquid-cultured strains of pathogenic bacteria often found in association with upper respiratory tract infections.
Upper respiratory tract infections are the leading cause of visits to the pediatrician, especially in children between the ages of 5 and 12.
During the study period, annual acute respiratory tract infection visits for children younger than 5 dropped by 17 percent, from 1,880 per 1,000 population in 1995-1996 to 1,560 per 1,000 population in 2005-2006.
Recent anecdotal reports suggest that the diagnosis of novel influenza A(HlNl) should not be ruled out by a negative upper respiratory tract specimen in a patient with pneumonia.
lt;br /><br />She came down with flu symptoms on July 9 and was treated at the centre on July 12 for upper respiratory tract infection and discharged.

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