viral infection

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The ENT experts also suggested the people to consult doctors in case of cold, cough and other viral infections to avoid austerity of these diseases.
Melbourne [Australia], July 29 ( ANI ): South Africa all-rounder Vernon Philander has been hospitalised with a suspected viral infection, thus adding to the Proteas' woes in the ongoing third Test of the four-match series against England at The Oval.
Jessica Turnier and her colleagues of the University of Colorado Denver and Children's Hospital Colorado, both in Aurora, wanted to determine the rate of viral infections with KD, and if this coinfection was linked to variances in cardiac outcomes or clinical presentation (Pediatrics.
The boss said: "Rodney has a viral infection and is getting tests done in Holland so we hope to know more on Tuesday.
So a medicine that can actually be taken by children and which helps fight viral infections is going further than over-the-counter cough suppressants and nasal decongestants--it's actually helping fight the underlying infection, not just masking symptoms.
The test correctly identified viral infection and avoided false negatives in 89% of the patients with viral infection (sensitivity).
This randomised control trial aimed to assess the role of EPs[R]7630 in asthma attack frequency after upper respiratory tract viral infection.
Dallas: August 23 -- (BNA) The United States of America has detected more than 60% of the "West Nile" viral infections within the past seven days as federal officials described it as a massive epidemic.
Most recently, after examining serum specimens from patients with symptoms of an acute viral infection by using DNase sequence-independent single-primer amplification, Jones et al.
Butler, who was hospitalized with a viral infection, was expected to rejoin the team Monday.
A clerk died after catching a viral infection, an inquest has heard.
The company's proprietary discovery technologies focus on novel targets in the virus life cycle, including virus fusion and virus maturation, the first and last steps of viral infection.
As a result, these drugs do not sufficiently penetrate cellular and anatomical reservoirs, do not fully restore immune function, and allow for persistence of the viral infection.
The association between genetic composition and viral infection is described by Niedermeyer and associates in this issue of EAR, NOSE & THROAT JOURNAL.