Pediatric recurrent respiratory infection
is a respiratory infection
disease with frequent episode in the upper and lower respiratory tracts of children.
The cold, respiratory infection
most common in children, usually manifests with runny nose, sneezing, cough and fever.
Currently, diagnosing a bacterial lower respiratory infection
can be difficult and relies on growing bacteria from patient samples over a two-to-three-day period.
'So if we see the pattern of this infection, it focuses more on respiratory infection
, and if we look at it, it spreads fast.
Objective: To determine the epidemiological profile of children with acute respiratory infections
from 1 month to 1 year of age attending the pediatric out patient department (OPD) of secondary care hospital in TMK, Sindh and determine the frequency of treatment methods used by mothers when encountered with acute respiratory infection
At least 70 per cent of the population gets one or more respiratory infection
in any given year.
"Daily or weekly vitamin D supplements will mean 3.25 million fewer people would get at least one acute respiratory infection
a year," says Adrian Martineau, at Queen Mary, University of London, who led the study.
Preliminary investigations of the incident have revealed that there were few deaths among infants of less than one year due to acute respiratory infection
during that period, he said.
"This patent is the first of its kind for use of a polyclonal immunoglobulin preparation for treatment of respiratory infection
and, in conjunction with three previously issued patents to ADMA, further protects our proprietary immune globulin technology for the prevention and treatment of infection," commented Adam Grossman, president and CEO of ADMA.
The data showed that having a confirmed respiratory infection
made people six times more likely to have a heart attack or stroke for three days after infection.
The healthcare organizations in all regions continue conducting events on flu and the acute respiratory infection
Poorly Carey cancels shows MARIAH Carey has said it is "bleak" that she has been forced to cancel the first shows of her Christmas tour because of a respiratory infection