respiratory infection


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Related to respiratory infection: pneumonia, lower respiratory infection
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This study aims to discuss the influence of pidotimod on the infection status and immune function of children with recurrent respiratory infection and provide a basis for the treatment of pediatric recurrent respiratory infection.
SCIENTISTS have developed a new rapid test for pneumonia and other respiratory infections.
'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.
'Public are encouraged to take general personal hygienic measures to prevent spread of respiratory infections such as covering mouth and nose with a tissue, handkerchief while sneezing and coughing when having flu, washing hands with soap and water frequently, avoiding touching face, avoiding overcrowded public places,' he said.
"While the patent encompasses the therapeutic treatment of respiratory infection in any type of patient, the immune compromised and immunodeficient patient populations remain a top priority for our company and the medical community at large," he added.
The researchers note that vaccine uptake is higher among those aged 65 and over, and say that being vaccinated could help to protect against heart attacks and strokes after respiratory infection.
At a moment, monitoring of the acute respiratory infection incident is ongoing in Bishkek, Osh and Tokmok.
Just in time for the holiday gift-giving season, it seems I've received a present of my own; a lovely upper respiratory infection after last week's flu.
Daily or weekly supplementation halved the risk of acute respiratory infection in people with the lowest baseline vitamin D levels, below 25 nanomoles per liter (nmol/L).
Three hundred fifteen children (aged 3-12 years) who had a household member with symptoms of an acute respiratory infection (ARI) were randomly assigned to receive, in double-blind fashion, a probiotic preparation or placebo.
"Interestingly, we found that not only viruses increased upper respiratory infection risk; M.
Objective: To clarify the association between vitamin D deficiency and acute respiratory infection in children below age 5 years.
The aim of the present study was to review and evaluate existing literature and through a meta-analysis assess the preventative effect of echinacea on recurrent respiratory infection and complications.
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