International Journal of Respiratory Medicine

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Opinion Article - International Journal of Respiratory Medicine (2023) Volume 8, Issue 1

Effect of respiratory syncytial virus in children's and its prevention

Respiratory Syncytial Virus, or RSV, is a normal nonwage illness, but it's presently generating concern in numerous countries because it appears to be carrying abnormally. Generally, cases start to increase in autumn, peaking in mid-Winter, before trailing off in late spring. Since the appearance of COVID- 19, still, this predictable pattern appears to have been thrown out- course. RSV is extremely common; most children will have been infected by the age of two and may be reinvested numerous times during their lives. Generally, RSV infections are nothing to worry about and resolve themselves within a week or two, but sometimes the contagion can make children seriously ill.

Author(s): Bing Nishiura*

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