Systemic and inhaled glucocorticosteroids in acute obstructive laryngotracheitis

Acute laryngotracheitis (croup) is an acute condition that most commonly affects children of the first 6 years. Croup is caused by viral infection of the upper airway, predominantly by parainfluenza virus. Croup is characterized by the signs of subglottic stenosis, which determines croup severity. C...

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Main Author: O. V. Zaytseva
Format: Article
Published: Remedium Group LLC 2018-07-01
Series:Медицинский совет
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