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Volume 10, Number 6—June 2004

Research

Respiratory Picornaviruses and Respiratory Syncytial Virus as Causative Agents of Acute Expiratory Wheezing in Children

Tuomas Jartti*Comments to Author , Pasi Lehtinen*, Tytti Vuorinen†, Riikka Österback†, Bernadette van den Hoogen‡, Albert D.M.E. Osterhaus‡, and Olli Ruuskanen*
Author affiliations: *Turku University Hospital, Turku, Finland; †Turku University, Turku, Finland; ‡Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, the Netherlands

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The prevalence of respiratory viruses in hospitalized, wheezing children in different age groups. RSV, respiratory syncytial virus; Rhino, rhinovirus; Rhi-Ent, rhino/enterovirus; Entero, enteroviruses; HMPV, human metapneumovirus; Para 1–3, parainfluenza virus types 1–3; Influ A/B, influenza A and B viruses; Adeno, adenovirus; Corona, coronavirus; Mixed, mixed viral infection. p values are for intergroup comparisons: RSV p < 0.001, HMPV p = 0.003, enteroviruses p = 0.0018, and adenovirus p =

Figure 3. The prevalence of respiratory viruses in hospitalized, wheezing children in different age groups. RSV, respiratory syncytial virus; Rhino, rhinovirus; Rhi-Ent, rhino/enterovirus; Entero, enteroviruses; HMPV, human metapneumovirus; Para 1–3, parainfluenza virus types 1–3; Influ A/B, influenza A and B viruses; Adeno, adenovirus; Corona, coronavirus; Mixed, mixed viral infection. p values are for intergroup comparisons: RSV p < 0.001, HMPV p = 0.003, enteroviruses p = 0.0018, and adenovirus p = 0.022.

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