URIs

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AcronymDefinition
URIsupper respiratory tract infections
URIsUnderwater Robotic Intelligent System (marine technology)
URIsUnions Régionales des Ingénieurs et Scientifiques (French: Regional Union of Engineers and Scientists)
URIsUmwelt Rechts Informations System (German: Environmental Law Information System; database)
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By ensuring your child's immunisations are up-to-date, it will vastly improve their chances of avoiding upper respiratory tract infections.
The study also found children taking Wellmune had two-thirds fewer upper respiratory tract infections (URTT) and six fewer sick days over a 12-week period.
Future studies ascertaining varying doses may identify the optimal dose of the KJ combination, which could ensure best use of the herbal combination for the treatment of uncomplicated upper respiratory tract infections.
They too form part of the body's defences against upper respiratory tract infections.
Over time, pneumonia, bronchiolitis, and other upper respiratory tract infections decreased by 15%-30%, and the intestinal infection rate was nearly halved.
When the rates of upper respiratory tract infections alone were compared with the rates of upper respiratory tract infection associated with other infections in patients with primary immune deficiency, no statistically significant difference was found between the rates of upper respiratory tract infections according to the diagnoses of selective IgA deficiency, transient hypogammaglobulinemia of infancy (THI), IgG subgroup deficiency, unclassified hypogammaglobulinemia, hyper IgM, severe combined immune deficiency (SCID), disorder of neutrophil number and function, hyper IgE and non-PID disease (P>0.
CONTAINING extracts of Pelargonium sidoides, a medicinal plant native to South Africa which has long been hailed for its anti-vial, anti-bacterial and mucus-relieving qualities, Kaloba promises to soothe symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections, like a runny or blocked nose, sore throat or cough.
Basically these are bacterial infections as well as viral upper respiratory tract infections which are more severe.
7 million vaccines for the prevention of upper respiratory tract infections and flu have already stored up.
Trauma like nose picking or injury as result of a fall or fight * Upper respiratory tract infections, or infections in the nose or sinuses * Temperature changes - going from the bitter cold to being warm indoors * Haematological disorders like blood clotting can promote or prolong nosebleeds * Regular consumption of drugs such as aspirin and anticoagulants * In very serious cases some cancers can cause nosebleeds * Illegal drug abuse like the use of cocaine * Hypertension (high blood pressure) WHAT COMMON HEALTH PROBLEMS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH GETTING ONE?
Urinary tract infection, upper respiratory tract infections, or brief general anesthesia for routine outpatient procedures, for example, can lead to unforeseen but significant functional declines in patients with dementia, from which it is often difficult for them to recover.
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