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Respiratory Viruses in Acute Exacerbations of Bronchiectasis

Park YE, Sung H, Oh YM

Background: Bacterial infections are well known factors underlying acute exacerbations in bronchiectasis. However, viral infections may also contribute to acute exacerbations. We aimed to assess the rate of viral detection...
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Distribution and Characterization of Airborne Respiratory Pathogens in Public Facilities

Hwang SJ, Yun HC, Ku PT, Sim JH, Cha YW, Lee MO

Respiratory infections, which are caused by airborne pathogens, are the most common disease of all ages worldwide. This study was conducted to characterize the airborne respiratory pathogens in the public...
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Human Coronavirus in the 2014 Winter Season as a Cause of Lower Respiratory Tract Infection

Kim KY, Han SY, Kim HS, Cheong HM, Kim SS, Kim DS

PURPOSE: During the late autumn to winter season (October to December) in the Republic of Korea, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is the most common pathogen causing lower respiratory tract infections...
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Clinical considerations of febrile infants with respiratory symptoms according to the respiratory viral detection

Bag N, Jung JA, Kwon KA

PURPOSE: Respiratory viral infection is one of the most common diseases in febrile infants. This study evaluates the clinical characteristics of febrile infants who were hospitalized for respiratory symptoms, with...
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Infection Frequency and Mixed infection on Eight Viruses from Patients with Acute Respiratory Syndromes in Seoul

Ham H, Jang J, Jo S, Oh Y, Pak S

For our survey of the infection frequency and mixed infection of the viruses causing acute respiratory syndromes, we analyzed those viruses from acute respiratory patients in Seoul. Total 1,038 specimens...
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Comparison of Culture, Direct Immunofluorescence Assay, and Multiplex Reverse Transcriptase PCR for Detection of Respiratory Viruses

Yoon KH, Cho JH

BACKGROUND: Rapid detection of causative viruses is important for the management of acute respiratory illnesses. To increase the detection rate and decrease the turnaround time (TAT) and cost, we used...
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Epidemiologic study of viral respiratory infection in children and comparison between the direct and indirect immunofluorescent assay

Chun LH, Kang JO, Minn DS, Park IK, Oh JW, Choi TY

  • KMID: 2031011
  • Korean J Clin Pathol.
  • 1999 Aug;19(4):433-439.
BACKGROUND: Studies on the incidence and seasonality of respiratory viruses that are the main cause of lower respiratory tract disease in children are insufficient in Korea. In the present study,...
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