Dec 1, 1975

Comparative study of virological infections in asthmatic and nonasthmatic children

Acta Allergologica
D CernelcP Cernelc

Abstract

The author shows complex analyses: clinical, laboratory, X-rays, bronchoscopical, bronchographical and measuring lung function tests as well as the serological examinations in blood serum of both groups of asthmatic and nonasthmatic children with virological infection. The calculation of statistically significant differences between the various diagnostical results of both groups has confirmed that in asthmatic children virological infection of the respiratory tract, pathological findings in X-ray and lung function tests, bronchiectasis and secondary bacteriological invasion occurs statistically significantly more often than in nonasthmatic children.

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Candida albicans
Haemophilus influenzae
Respiratory Tract Structure
Virus Diseases
Plain X-ray
Respiratory System
Pulmonary Function Tests
Bronchiectasis
Asthma
Bacteria, Flesh-Eating

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