upper respiratory infection

NOUN
  1. infection of the upper respiratory tract
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  • Illnesses that most commonly cause febrile convulsions include viral upper respiratory infections such as flu, ear infections, or roseola (a virus causing a temperature and rash).
  • He developed multiple infections, including an upper respiratory infection that required hospitalization.
  • The onset of these symptoms coincided with an upper respiratory infection with cough, minimal sputum, nausea, anorexia, and multiple loose stools.
  • Scientists soon realized that SARS was caused by a new strain of coronavirus, the same kind of virus that causes many other upper respiratory infections, including the common cold. Disease-Hunting Scientists: Jonathan Epstein and the search for SARS
  • They are also more likely to develop glue ear if they have a history of associated problems such as repeated upper respiratory infections (including colds and flu) or nasal catarrh.
  • As described in the literature, the patient had a preceding upper respiratory infection, followed several days later by headache, myalgias, purpura, and fever.
  • If all upper respiratory infections, rather than just colds, were counted there was no significant difference between the two groups. Times, Sunday Times
  • A viral upper respiratory infection may impair the ventilatory function of the eustachian tube.
  • A 66-year-old woman was admitted for upper respiratory infection, periorbital edema, and swelling of the epiglottis and the lower extremities.
  • Upper respiratory infections are common at this time of year so try to tighten up on hygiene.
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