Maternal Tdap vaccination was found to be highly protective against pertussis in newborns.
Asthma patients with infections have a reduced risk of developing sepsis.
Retrospective study analyzes whether preadmission oral corticosteroids might lower ARDS risk in patients admitted to the ICU.
Oxidative stress after viral acute respiratory infections in the first year of life may increase the risk of recurrent wheezing in early childhood.
Risk of acute myocardial infarction is 17 times higher after respiratory infection.
Elderly patients with a nonbacterial acute upper respiratory tract infection are more likely to be prescribed antibiotics.
An increased risk in sepsis was linked to short-term oral corticosteroid use.
Evidence shows that antibiotic use before age 3 years is associated with asthma risk but not with asthma exacerbations in later childhood.
Deep learning with deep convolutional neural networks can accurately detect tuberculosis on chest radiographs.
Patients with a history of tuberculosis are at risk for developing osteoporosis or osteoporotic fractures.
Maternal vaccination of tetanus-diphtheria-acellular pertussis (Tdap) was found to be more effective in the second rather than the third trimester of pregnancy.
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