URTI


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AcronymDefinition
URTIUpper Respiratory Tract Infection (medical)
URTIUpper Respiratory Tract Illness
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The 90-day randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial used the validated Wisconsin Upper Respiratory Symptoms Survey (WURSS) to collect self-reported information on active adults' URTI experience.
Specimen collection was performed 9.5 (range 3-30) days after URTI symptoms started and 7.5 (range 1-18) days after onset of neurologic symptoms.
Table 4 shows the postoperative hospitalization duration and its relationship with mortality according to the presence of COPD, RI infiltration in chest X.ray, URTI, cardiac surgery, and dyspnea in the preoperative period.
The major global burden of child morbidity and mortality due to acute URTI has focused the attention on the nutrition role in promoting children survival.
The most common indication for the prescription of antibiotics was upper respiratory tract infections (URTI) (60.6%), followed by lower respiratory infections (LRTI) (22.7%).
The next common URTI with symptoms similar to the common cold is the flu.
Airways may be irritable in patients with a history of upper respiratory tract infection (URTI) during the preceding 2 weeks, or a personal or family history of asthma or atopy.
Patients education about disease or treatment (p=0.03), URTI (p=0.00), allergen exposure (p=0.00), drug history (p=0.04), treatment step-II (p=0.00), medication non-compliance (p=0.00), incorrect inhaler technique (p=0.01), anxiety (p=0.01), previous ICU admission (p=0.02) and blood eosinophilia (p=0.00) were significantly associated with frequent exacerbations.
Any infection higher up is known as URTI, upper respiratory tract infection.
Upper respiratory tract infection (URTI) (27.1%), musculoskeletal pain (20.2 %) and viral fever (15.3%) were the most common acute morbidities reported by the laboratory personnel during the study period.
"The BCCI is satisfied with Pathan's explanation that he had taken Terbutaline inadvertently to treat an Upper Respiratory Tract Infection (URTI) and not as a performance-enhancing drug," the statement said.