LRI

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LRILong-range Research Initiative
LRILaboratoire de Recherche en Informatique
LRILerner Research Institute (Cleveland Clinic)
LRILivestock Research Institute (Bangladesh)
LRILeicester Royal Infirmary (hospital in Leicester, UK)
LRILower Respiratory Infection
LRILegal Resource Index
LRILaw Reform Institute
LRILong Range Interceptor
LRILimbal Relaxing Incision (eye surgery)
LRILubricants Review Institute (SAE International)
LRILeadership Research Institute (Rancho Santa Fe, CA)
LRILong Run Initiative (Zeitz Foundation)
LRILightning Rod Insulator
LRILaughing Rabbit, Inc.
LRILunar Research Institute
LRILogistics Readiness Inspection
LRILes Robinson Invitational (Atlantic Coast Conference tournament)
LRILine Replaceable Item
LRILong-Range International
LRILiverpool Royal Infirmary (UK)
LRILine Replacement Item
LRILow Resolution Image
LRILimited Range Intercept
LRILife Roles Inventory
LRILeft-Right Indicator
LRILimited/Laser Range of Intercept
LRILawndale Railway & Industrial Company
LRILand Reporting Initiative
LRILoker Research Institute (University of Southern California)
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Nair H, Nokes DJ, Gessner BD, et al Global burden of acute lower respiratory infections due to respiratory syncytial virus in young children: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Some clinical characteristics of Brazilian infants, with acute lower respiratory infection, studied for RSV and MPV, by PCR and phylogenetic analysis.
A population-based study of hospital admission incidence rate and bacterial aetiology of acute lower respiratory infections in children aged less than five years in Bangladesh.
Frequency of lower respiratory infections by diagnoses Frequency of LRTI LRTI + LRTI - n (%) n (%) p value Selective Ig A deficiency 20 (22.
The systematic review and meta-analysis used published and unpublished incidence and mortality data for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)-associated acute lower respiratory infection (ALRI) in both industrialized and developing countries.
The cold itself doesn't cause as much concern as the possibility that the cold will evolvle into a lower respiratory infection such as bronchitis, serious respiratory illnesses.
It is thought to be the second most common cause of lower respiratory infection in young children.
20) demonstrated viral agents in nasopharyngeal fuids by multiplex PCR in 66,5% of the children hospitalized because of lower respiratory infection and RSV was the most common agent with a rate of 32%.
Human metapneumovirus may be the second most common cause of lower respiratory infection in young children.
Background Acute lower respiratory infection in children is a common problem, but the diagnostic role of routine chest radiography remains unclear.
pneumoniae is a common cause of acute upper and lower respiratory infection in children and young adults.
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