contribution of respiratory syncytial virus, influenza and parainfluenza viruses to acute respiratory infections in san luis potosí, mexico.respiratory viruses are the main pathogens associated with acute respiratory illness (ari) in children.200516371864
impact of respiratory syncytial virus on hospital admissions in children younger than 3 years of age.respiratory syncytial virus (rsv) is the main pathogen associated to acute respiratory infections (ari) in children worldwide.200716580073
effect of climatological factors on respiratory syncytial virus epidemics.respiratory syncytial virus (rsv) presents as yearly epidemics in temperate climates. we analysed the association of atmospheric conditions to rsv epidemics in san luis potosí, s.l.p., mexico. the weekly number of rsv detections from october 2002 and may 2006 were correlated to ambient temperature, barometric pressure, relative humidity, vapour tension, dew point, precipitation, and hours of light using time-series and regression analyses. of the variation in rsv cases, 49.8% was explained by th ...200818177520
mortality attributable to pandemic influenza a (h1n1) 2009 in san luis potosí, mexico.acute respiratory infections are a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. starting in 2009, pandemic influenza a(h1n1) 2009 virus has become one of the leading respiratory pathogens worldwide. however, the overall impact of this virus as a cause of mortality has not been clearly defined.201021306570
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