Respiratory Tract Infection Therapy

More than 90 percent of healthy patients presenting to their outpatient providers with an acute cough have a syndrome caused by a virus. Nonviral pathogens, such as Mycoplasma pneumoniae and Chlamydophila pneumoniae, are occasionally identified in patients with acute bronchitis, and Bordetella pertussis may be considered in situations where transmission in the community has been reported.Most cases of respiratory diseases are caused by viruses; however several clinicians prescribe antibiotics at their patients' insistence.

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