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RTIRates Technology, Inc. (patents)
RTIRelative Temperature Index
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RTIRecycle Technologies International (Labelle, FL)
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RTIRoof Tile Institute
RTIReAble Therapeutics, Inc. (formerly Encore Medical Corporation)
RTIResearch Tactical Idea (Morgan Stanley)
RTIRelational Technology Incorporated
RTIReflection Transformation Imaging
RTIRadar Target Identification
RTIResearch Technologies International (Lincolnwood, Illinois)
RTIReceiver Transmitter Interface
RTIResidency Training Initiative
RTIReclamecode Voor Telefonische Informatiediensten (Dutch)
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RTIReprographic Technologies, Inc. (Milwaukee, WI)
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RTIRebound Therapy Institute (therapeutic trampoline exercise and training courses; various locations; UK)
RTIRoadway Type Identifier
RTIRefuge Trust International
RTIRun Time Interconnect
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RTIRecrutement Intérim (French: Interim Recruitment)
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The duration of respiratory tract infection, times of infection and days of antibiotic application was compared between the two groups.
The primary efficacy endpoint specified by the Food and Drug Administration--but not other regulatory agencies--was the placebo-subtracted rate of RSV lower respiratory tract infection as defined by RSV detected by reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction, along with at least one clinical manifestation of lower respiratory tract infection, oxygen saturation below 95%, and/or tachypnea.
Information on socio-demographic variables including child's age, gender and also symptoms of acute lower respiratory tract infection, such as the presence and duration of fever associated with chills, cough, nasal discharge, breathlessness or fast breathing and abdominal pain was taken.
Acute respiratory tract infections (ARTIs) include nonspecific upper respiratory illnesses, otitis media, sinusitis (-70% viral), pharyngitis, acute bronchitis (also -70% viral), influenza, respiratory syncytial virus, and.
Prevalence of Acute Respiratory Tract Infection (ARI) in Paediatric Patient Attending National Hospital Abuja, Nigeria.
Several studies have isolated HBoV from children with respiratory tract infection worldwide, and the prevalence of HBoV in these children was 1.5%-19% [32, 33, 35].
Human bocavirus in children: mono-detection, high viral load and viremia are associated with respiratory tract infection. J Clin Virol 2010;49:158-62.
to lower respiratory tract infections including pneumonia, he added.
One is upper respiratory tract infection, which causes irritation in eyes and throat, dry cough & fever.
Investigators observed the health of children after administration of Wellmune or the placebo, recorded the total days and times of upper respiratory tract infections and the total days and times of various infection symptoms.
Probiotics were observed to be significantly better than placebo for reducing episodes of upper respiratory tract infection, the mean duration of episodes, antibiotic prescription rates, and cold-related absences.
Upper respiratory tract infection was found with a rate of 65.7% and lower respiratory tract infection was found with a rate of 34.2%.
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