RSV; Palivizumab; Respiratory Syncytial Virus Immune Globulin
Bluish skin color due to a lack of oxygen ( cyanosis )
or labored breathing
Croupy cough (often described as a "seal bark" cough)
Shortness of breath
Note: Symptoms vary and differ with age. Infants under age 1 are most severely affected and often have the most trouble breathing. Older children usually have only mild, cold-like symptoms. Symptoms usually appear 4 - 6 days after coming in contact with the virus.
Signs and tests
Rapid tests for this virus can be done on a fluid sample taken from the nose at many hospitals and clinics.
Hi, I hope that everyone had a wonderful holiday. As it is the cold and flu season, I am frequently asked how you can tell the difference between having a cold and having allergies. Colds and allergies often have many of the same symptoms, such as a runny nose and a cough. However, there are several differences between them, which can help you figure out which you have. Common Cold Symptoms develop over days Fever Body aches Symptoms last 7 to 10 days Allergies Symptoms come immediately after exposure to allergen No fever No body aches Symptoms can last for weeks depending on the allergen For example, if you are allergic to trees, your symptoms usually last from about March to May or June. Allergy symptoms may be short if you are allergic to something that can be avoided (potentially) in your environment such as pets, dust mites or molds. What about this cough? Sometimes patients will have a cough after having a cold that lasts ...
Alternative Names Salmonellosis Symptoms The time between infection and symptom development is 8 - 48 hours. Symptoms include: Abdominal pain or cramping or tenderness Chills Diarrhea Fever Muscle pain Nausea Vomiting Signs and tests The doctor will perform a physical exam. You may have signs of a tender abdomen and tiny pink spots on the skin called rose spots. Tests that may be done include: Stool culture for salmonella Complete blood count with differential Blood culture Febrile/cold agglutinins (test for specific antibodies )
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