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Get this from a library. Report of Workshop on Bronchiolitis. [Vincent A Fulginiti; Wallace Alex Clyde; National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.
Division of Lung Diseases.]. Background. Bronchiolitis is an acute viral lower respiratory tract infection which predominantly affects children up to two years of age. Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is the most common cause of bronchiolitis .Symptoms comprise a coryzal prodrome lasting approximately three days, persistent cough, increased respiratory rate, chest recession and Cited by: 2.
Language: English MeSH: Asthma/etiology*; Bronchiolitis, Viral*; Report of Workshop on Bronchiolitis book Infant; Lung Diseases/etiology* Notes: Summary report of a workshop held at the John E. Fogarty International Center for Advanced Study in the Health Sciences on June; sponsored by the Division of Lung Diseases of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.
Workshop participants had heterogeneous views regarding the definition and frequency of constrictive bronchiolitis and other small airway pathologic findings in deployed populations. workshop also gave particular attention to constrictive bronchiolitis, which has been reported in lung biopsies of selected deployers.
Workshop participants had. Etiology. Bronchiolitis has a viral etiology, with RSV the most common cause, reported in 43% to 75%30, 31 of cases. Other viruses associated with bronchiolitis are human rhinovirus (18%), influenza, coronavirus, human metapneumovirus, adenovirus, parainfluenza virus and human Boca virus30, 31; that is, “any respiratory virus.”.
RSV has two strains, A and B, with RSV A. The Workshop Report is based on the best-validated current concepts of COPD pathogenesis and the available evidence on the most appropriate management and prevention strategies.
It has been developed by individuals with expertise in COPD research and patient care and extensively reviewed by many experts and scientific by: a respiratory viral pathogen that causes a spectrum of illnesses, ranging from asymptomatic infection to severe bronchiolitis.
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Epidemiologic studies have shown that children of all ages with certain chronic conditions, such as asthma, and otherwise healthy children younger than 24 months (6 through 23 months) are hospitalized for influenza and its complications at high rates similar to those experienced by the elderly.
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