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Research data: This study included one hundred and thirty-two children who had recurrent respiratory tract infection and were hospitalized in our hospital between April 2015 and June 2017.
Members of the public, particularly children, the elderly and those with chronic diseases, should wear a face mask and consult a doctor promptly if they develop symptoms of respiratory tract infection.
"While certainly mortality is uncommon in high-income countries, we do see significant hospitalization there due to severe RSV lower respiratory tract infection in the first year of life, sometimes more than other common diseases, like influenza," she noted.
There are multiple factors contribute for the development of hyponatremia in lower respiratory tract infection.
Acute respiratory tract infections (ARTIs) include nonspecific upper respiratory illnesses, otitis media, sinusitis (-70% viral), pharyngitis, acute bronchitis (also -70% viral), influenza, respiratory syncytial virus, and.
Our study was conducted with the aim to identify the microbial pathogens that are responsible for lower respiratory tract infections in a tertiary care hospital and chasing the rate and pattern of their antimicrobial susceptibility.
A Prospective Study of Acute Respiratory Tract Infections among Children under Age of 6 Years in Rural Maharashtra.
The most common respiratory tract infection is the common cold, but others include bronchitis, pneumonia, and infections of the sinuses or ears.
Huang, M.D., M.P.H., from the University of Pittsburgh, and colleagues evaluated outcomes for patients who presented to the emergency department with a suspected lower respiratory tract infection and for whom the treating physician was uncertain whether antibiotic therapy was indicated.
Conclusions: The EO of thyme, clove and cinnamon bark may provide promising antibacterial activity against respiratory tract pathogens either in liquid medium or in vapor phase.
Tehsil Headquarters Hospital chief Dr Ali Sajid said a majority of patients visiting the hospital were complaining of upper and lower respiratory tract infections.

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