pilgrim3 on 2005-02-06
Infection in adults is often asymptomatic or leads to upper respiratory tract infection. During the RSV season, it is an important cause of lower respiratory tract infection in adults and the elderlyestimated to cause 2 to 9 per cent of the hospitalizations and deaths associated with pneumonia in the elderly. Much of this morbidity is clinically indistinguishable from influenza.
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