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Viral nedre luftvejs-infektion hos børn under fem år

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  1. Risk of Myopericarditis After COVID-19 Vaccination in Danish Children Aged 5 to 11 Years

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  2. Risk of adverse events after covid-19 in Danish children and adolescents and effectiveness of BNT162b2 in adolescents: cohort study

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  3. Population-based Incidence of Myopericarditis After COVID-19 Vaccination in Danish Adolescents

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  4. Viral pneumonia in Danish children

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  5. Respiratory syncytial virus and influenza hospitalizations in Danish children 2010-2016

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Viral airway infection is a very common cause of pneumonia and hospitalisation in children, and it is associated with hyperreactive airways and asthma. The mainstay of therapy remains supportive care, and the prognosis is good. The risk of hospitalisation for flu can be decreased by vaccination of children > 6 months of age. Vaccines against the most common cause of severe lower respiratory tract infection in children, i.e. respiratory syncytial virus, are in development, which is discussed in this review.

Translated title of the contributionViral lower respiratory tract infection in children under five years of age
Original languageDanish
JournalUgeskrift for Laeger
Volume183
Issue number28
Pages (from-to)V09200657
ISSN0041-5782
Publication statusPublished - 12 Jul 2021

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