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inflammation of the membranes lining the bronchioles

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Despite the hospitalization rate associated with bronchiolitis, there is considerable unexplained and wide variation in practice patterns for inpatients admitted with this diagnosis (Christakis et al.
The Results: The children with chlorine exposure were almost twice as likely to have had bronchiolitis during the time they were swimming as the children who didn't.
Symptoms of bronchiolitis include a runny nose, temperature and a cough, which may get worse after a few days.
The researchers found that traffic-derived air pollutants as well as wood smoke and industrial emissions were associated with infant bronchiolitis.
When laboratory mice inhaled diacetyl vapors for three months, they developed lymphocytic bronchiolitis, a potential precursor of OB.
Bronchiolitis is a viral infection that causes an inflammation of the small airways in the lungs.
The More Than A Cold campaign offers free online resources for parents on how to manage bronchiolitis.
My training, backed up by frequent experience when working as both a pri mary care provider and as a hospitalist, is that a significant fraction of infants after respiratory syncytial virus bronchiolitis will maintain twitchy airways for 3-6 months, during which time a simple URI seems to flare their albuterol-responsive lower respiratory tract wheezing, just as URIs do for asthmatics.
Material and method: Data of 95 children who were hospitalized with diagnosis of bronchiolitis in Konya Training and Research Hospital Pediatrics Clinic between October 2013 and May 2014 were reviewed retrospectively.
Aim: This study was conducted to investigate the effect of vitamin D deficiency on the severity of bronchiolitis in infants who were hospitalized for treatment.
There are 2 different patterns of small airway involvement in IBD: bronchiolitis and obliterative bronchiolitis (see below).
showed that the routine use of PO to screen children presenting to the emergency department (ED) at Children's Hospital Los Angeles with bronchiolitis enabled more efficient triage and reduced the overall average length of stay in the ED.
He presented data from 3 different clinical studies for babies aged 18 months and less with bronchiolitis and for children aged 2 to 14 years old with asthma.
Bronchiolitis is a viral-induced lower respiratory tract infection (LRTI) that occurs predominantly in children <2 years of age, particularly infants.
Corticosteroids alone don't decrease hospital admissions or length of stay among children with bronchiolitis (strength of recommendation [SOR]: A, meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials [RCTs]).
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