Bronchiolitis: Recent Evidence on Diagnosis and Management

@article{Zorc2010BronchiolitisRE,
  title={Bronchiolitis: Recent Evidence on Diagnosis and Management},
  author={Joseph J. Zorc and Caroline Breese Hall},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={2010},
  volume={125},
  pages={342 - 349}
}
Viral bronchiolitis is a leading cause of acute illness and hospitalization of young children. Research into the variation in treatment and outcomes for bronchiolitis across different settings has led to evidence-based clinical practice guidelines. Ongoing investigation continues to expand this body of evidence. Authors of recent surveillance studies have defined the presence of coinfections with multiple viruses in some cases of bronchiolitis. Underlying comorbidities and young age remain the… Expand

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