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Relación temporal entre resfriados, virus de vías respiratorias altas detectados por la reacción en cadena de la polimerasa y otitis media en niños de corta edad controlados en una típica temporada de resfriados

  title={Relaci{\'o}n temporal entre resfriados, virus de v{\'i}as respiratorias altas detectados por la reacci{\'o}n en cadena de la polimerasa y otitis media en ni{\~n}os de corta edad controlados en una t{\'i}pica temporada de resfriados},
  author={Birgit Winther and Cuneyt M. Alper and Ellen M. Mandel and William Doyle and J. Owen Hendley},
INTRODUCCIÓN: La otitis media (OM) es una complicación frecuente de las infecciones virales de vías respiratorias altas. La coincidencia observada de ambos procesos aumenta con la sensibilidad del análisis y la densidad de muestreo. Se determinó aquí la incidencia de las complicaciones de OM en niños de corta edad en relación con enfermedades de tipo resfriado (ETR) y con el aislamiento simultáneo de virus de la nasofaringe. MÉTODOS: Desde octubre hasta el 30 de abril se controló diariamente a… 


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Investigators from the United States and Western Europe met in Veyrier-du-Lac, France, under the auspices of the Marcel Mérieux Foundation to discuss current and potential techniques for prevention of otitis media, topics included pathogenesis of OM, prevention of respiratory viral infections, immunization against bacterial etiologies of OM and non vaccine prophylaxis of OM.
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