common cold

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Synonyms for common cold

a mild viral infection involving the nose and respiratory passages (but not the lungs)

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Among the 10 physicians selected, we identified all MOXXI-consenting patients who had at least one physician billing claim with a diagnosis of acute respiratory infection during the study period, and randomly sampled 635 of those patients.
Another consistent pattern in our data is of acute respiratory infections increasing susceptibility to airborne particles.
Acute respiratory infections associated with human bocavirus in Jordanian children * No.
The WHO said the Qatari patient had first presented to doctors on September 3, 2012 with symptoms of an acute respiratory infection.
The 49-year-old Qatari was admitted to an intensive care unit in Doha on September 7 suffering from acute respiratory infection and kidney failure before being transferred to Britain by air ambulance on September 11, the WHO said.
With the monsoon season fast approaching, concerns are growing about an increase in avoidable sickness and death due to disease outbreaks, such as acute respiratory infection, acute diarrhea, malaria and meningitis.
Despite sensitive diagnostic methods, an etiologic agent still cannot be identified in a portion of children with acute respiratory infection (6).
As an acute respiratory infection, rapid detection of the influenza A virus is important and the company has announced that its HDA-GT12(TM) Genetic Analyzer is capable of detecting this virus in as little as six minutes or at a sample analysis rate of two samples per minute.
The iconic 92-year-old anti-apartheid hero, South Africa s first black president, is under home-based care after being hospitalised for two days in January for an acute respiratory infection.
He informed in his report that most of the people in affected areas are suffering in skin, diarrhoea diseases and Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI).
In January 2011, he was admitted to a Johannesburg hospital for an acute respiratory infection.
Back in January 2011, Mandela was also admitted for two nights for an acute respiratory infection.
The 49-year-old patient has symptoms of an acute respiratory infection and kidney failure, the WHO said, without giving details of which hospital he was staying in.
Dalil added, "About one in thirteen children will die before their first birthday and about one in ten children die before age 5, mostly from acute respiratory infection and other preventable causes.
BUS and tram users are six times more likely to end up at the doctor's office with an acute respiratory infection, a new study claims.
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