Some children have infections with few or minor symptoms.
Bronchiolitis begins as a mild upper respiratory infection. Over a period of 2 - 3 days, it can develop into increasing respiratory distress with wheezing and a "tight" wheezy cough.
The infant's breathing rate may increase (
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