2 edition of Viruses associated with respiratory disease found in the catalog.
Viruses associated with respiratory disease
Written in English
|Statement||by Shakeel Babar.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||63|
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Similarly, there was some suspicion that Saudi Arabia wasn’t being completely open about an ongoing outbreak of a new virus called MERS, for Middle East associated respiratory syndrome. High viral load of certain viruses has been associated with severe respiratory disease in children In our data, CT values for hMPV, RSV and RV were significantly lower in cases than in controls indicating a higher viral load. However, the estimation of viral load is associated with uncertainty in nasopharyngeal sampling and we did not have Cited by:
Influenza is one of the most devasting respiratory diseases of poultry. Avian influenza (AI) is a viral disease caused by influenza A viruses (IAVs) that affects the respiratory, digestive, and nervous systems of several bird species, including domestic poultry and wild aquatic birds. Disease Viruses, ; Higgins et al., ). The present report describes the experience of the Public Health Laboratory, Bristol, in the isolation of viruses during a period of 17 months from (a) patients admitted to hospital with severe respiratory infections, (b) patients with respiratory infections whowereseenbygeneral practitioners, and(c Cited by:
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Although some respiratory viruses are more strongly associated with specific signs and symptoms, there is usually an overlap in the clinical presentation and it is therefore not possible to distinguish between viral pathogens.
66 When the etiology of respiratory disease needs to be resolved, the differential diagnosis list should include all. These viruses are relatively frequently detected, but their potential to cause lower respiratory tract disease is poorly defined (20, 63).
Cases of lower respiratory tract disease with fatal outcome have been described with rhinovirus, often in the presence of copathogens (20, 63, 92).Cited by: Common viral respiratory diseases are illnesses caused by a variety of viruses that have similar traits and affect the upper respiratory tract.
The viruses involved may be the influenza viruses, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), parainfluenza viruses, or respiratory adenoviruses. More recently, two other viruses associated with similar presentation were detected in humans: NL63 and HKU1.
These four viruses are ubiquitous and regularly detected in respiratory specimens of a small proportion (1–10%) of children hospitalized with acute respiratory disease in many parts of the world. Price WH. THE ISOLATION OF A NEW VIRUS ASSOCIATED WITH RESPIRATORY CLINICAL DISEASE IN HUMANS.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. Dec; 42 (12)– [PMC free article] PRICE WH, EMERSON H, IBLER I, LACHAINE R, TERRELL A. Studies of the JH and viruses and their relationship to mild upper respiratory disease in humans. Am J by: Coronaviruses (figure 1) are the largest RNA viruses and are about nm in diameter.
They infect humans and animals in which they cause respiratory and enteric disease. The Nidovirales order of viruses that infect vertebrate (including human) and invertebrate hosts consists of. Viruses associated with respiratory disease book VIRAL INFECTIONS OF THE RESPIRATORY TRACT.
Many viruses are capable of entering and causing disease in the respiratory system, and a number are able to spread beyond the respiratory system to cause systemic infections.
Most of these infections are highly contagious and, with a few exceptions, antimicrobial drugs are not effective for treatment. Respiratory tract illnesses are one of the most common health conditions affecting humans. Most of these illnesses are caused or triggered by viruses.
Clinical presentations and severity range from mild and self-limited upper respiratory tract illnesses (URTI) to serious or fatal lower respiratory tract disease. Respiratory viruses exert considerable pressure on health care systems, are.
Viral infections commonly affect the upper or lower respiratory tract. Although respiratory infections can be classified by the causative virus (eg, influenza), they are generally classified clinically according to syndrome (eg, the common cold, bronchiolitis, croup, pneumonia).Although specific pathogens commonly cause characteristic clinical manifestations (eg, rhinovirus typically causes.
Respiratory viruses infect the human upper respiratory tract, mostly causing mild diseases. However, in vulnerable populations, such as newborns, infants, the elderly and immune-compromised individuals, these opportunistic pathogens can also affect the lower respiratory tract, causing a more severe disease (e.g., pneumonia).
Respiratory viruses can also exacerbate asthma and lead to various Author: Marc Desforges, Alain Le Coupanec, Philippe Dubeau, Andréanne Bourgouin, Louise Lajoie, Mathieu Dubé. influenza A viruses such as A(H7N9) and A(H5N1) in persons presenting with severe acute respiratory disease who have, in the last ten days, been in China and other countries where there are have been animal influenza A viruses circulating known to have recently File Size: KB.
Human contact with animals infected with vaccinialike viruses has resulted in zoonotic infections in Colombia, Brazil, and India. Monkeypox. After zoonotic transmission, monkeypox spread from person to person is principally respiratory; contact with infectious skin lesions or scabs is another, albeit less common, means of person-to-person spread.
Hepatitis B is caused by hepatitis B virus, a hepadnavirus that can cause both acute and chronic hepatitis. Chronic hepatitis develops in the 15% of adults who are unable to eliminate the virus after an initial infection.
Identified methods of transmission include contact with blood, blood transfusion (now rare), unsanitary tattoos, sex (through sexual intercourse or contact with bodily fluids Specialty: Infectious disease, gastroenterology.
AND COVID, THE DISEASE PANDEMIC THAT SWEPT THE WORLD IN EARLY The viruses that cause about one third of common colds, Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and COVID, cause of the Coronavirus pandemic: CHAPTER TWENTY SIX PARVOVIRUSES AND FIFTH DISEASE: Childhood rash disease.
Th e world’s international respiratory societies formed a collective incalled the Forum of International Respiratory Societies (FIRS), to highlight the importance of respiratory disease for global health and prosperity.
Th e journals of these societies publish the vast majority of respiratory scientifi c breakthroughs in the world. Studies on viruses associated with respiratory disease in cattle.
(OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Thesis/dissertation, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Hans Bahnemann. Several human adenoviruses (HAdVs) can cause respiratory infections, some severe. HAdV-B7, which can cause severe respiratory disease, has not been recently reported in the United States but is reemerging in Asia.
During October –JulyOregon health authorities identified persons with respiratory symptoms and an HAdV-positive respiratory tract specimen. Respiratory viruses infect the human upper respiratory tract, mostly causing mild diseases.
However, in vulnerable populations, such as newborns, infants, the elderly and immune-compromised individuals, these opportunistic pathogens can also affect the lower respiratory tract, causing a more severe disease (e.g., pneumonia). Viruses Associated With Acute Respiratory Infections and Influenza-like Illness Among Outpatients From the Influenza Incidence Surveillance Project, The common cold (also known as nasopharyngitis, rhinopharyngitis, acute coryza, or a cold) is a viral infectious disease of the upper respiratory tract which affects primarily the nose.
Symptoms include coughing, sore throat, runny nose, and fever which usually resolve in seven to ten days, with some symptoms lasting up to three weeks. Associated with % of acute respiratory tract infections in children requiring hospitalization (causes bronchiolitis or bronchial pneumonia).
Illness identical to that caused by RSV or MPV, but hypoxia appears to be more severe in HBoV infection than with RSV(+) children with .Respiratory diseases, or lung diseases, are pathological conditions affecting the organs and tissues that make gas exchange difficult in air-breathing animals.
They include conditions of the respiratory tract including the trachea, bronchi, bronchioles, alveoli, pleurae, pleural cavity, and the nerves and muscles of atory diseases range from mild and self-limiting, such as Specialty: Pulmonology.
The results suggest that a full appreciation of the spectrum of disease and the burden associated with influenza should consider the potential respiratory and nonrespiratory diagnoses.
The frequency of diagnoses in this analysis was similar to findings from studies 3 Author: Eric J. Chow, Eric J. Chow, Melissa A. Rolfes, Alissa O’Halloran, Nisha B. Alden, Evan J. Anderson.