alexa Respiratory syncytical viruse

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Respiratory syncytical viruse

Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is prevalent and highly infectious, more so than any other respiratory virus. Worldwide, it is a very important pathogen, causing acute upper- and lower-respiratory-tract infections (URT and LRT, respectively), especially in infants and young children.Infection by virus starts in the nose and/or the eyes by the introduction of viral particles in an aerosol or by direct contact with fluids containing the virus Once the virus has penetrated the cells of the epithelium, replication of the virus takes place in the nasopharynx; the incubation period is 4–5 days, although in some cases it is longer

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