alexa Evaluation of Bacterial versus Viral Infections in Children

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Evaluation of Bacterial versus Viral Infections in Children

Meta Description: Differential diagnosis between bacterial and viral infections is of utmost importance for clinicians. Although several biochemical indices steer diagnosis towards bacterial agents, data are often indefinite.

 

Evaluation of febrile infants and children without source possess a great clinical concern as bacteremia is associated with morbidity and mortality in those ages. Differential diagnosis between bacterial and viral infections is of utmost importance for clinicians. Although several biochemical indices steer diagnosis towards bacterial agents, data are often indefinite. Haematological parameters were combined along with established infection indices in a low-cost and easily performed index that could confirm the presence of acute infection and we investigated whether that index could differentiate viral from bacterial infection in febrile infants and children.

 

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https://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/composite-bacterial-infection-index-in-the-evaluation-of-bacterial-versus-viral-infections-in-children-a-single-centre-study-2161-0665.1000203.php?aid=26293

 
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