McNaughten B, Bourke TW. Optimising the management of bronchiolitis in infants. Practitioner 2015; 259 (1784):13-15

Optimising the management of bronchiolitis in infants

05 Aug 2015Pais-up subscribers

Bronchiolitis shows a seasonal pattern with peak incidence occurring in the winter. Around 2-3% of children require admission to hospital. Admission rates are highest in infants less than three months old and those with underlying comorbidities. Infants will have a coryzal prodrome lasting one to three days before developing a persistent cough.

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