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Results for Query ‹ Bordetella pertussis whooping cough risk

Vaccination against Paediatric Respiratory Pathogens – 2.1. Influenza Vaccination

Vaccination against Paediatric Respiratory Pathogens – 2.3. Pertussis Vaccination

Infant Pertussis and Household Transmission in Korea – RESULTS

Infants hospitalized for Bordetella pertussis infection commonly have respiratory viral coinfections – Conclusions

Infants hospitalized for Bordetella pertussis infection commonly have respiratory viral coinfections – Discussion

Infant Pertussis and Household Transmission in Korea – DISCUSSION

High Burden of Non-Influenza Viruses in Influenza-Like Illness in the Early Weeks of H1N1v Epidemic in France – Clinical characteristics

Detection and characterization of respiratory viruses causing acute respiratory illness and asthma exacerbation in children during three different seasons (2011–2014) in Mexico City – Demographic characteristics

Detection and characterization of respiratory viruses causing acute respiratory illness and asthma exacerbation in children during three different seasons (2011–2014) in Mexico City – Virological findings

Pertussis in infants: an underestimated disease – Conclusions

Microorganisms Causing Community-Acquired Acute Bronchitis: The Role of Bacterial Infection – Microorganisms according to age

Microorganisms Causing Community-Acquired Acute Bronchitis: The Role of Bacterial Infection – Clinical characteristics according to microorganism group

Identfication of viral and bacterial etiologic agents of the pertussis-like syndrome in children under 5 years old hospitalized – Discussion

Predictors of Mortality in Mechanically Ventilated Critical Pertussis in a low Income Country – Conclusion

Bordetella pertussis in infants hospitalized for acute respiratory symptoms remains a concern – Patients

Pertussis in infants: an underestimated disease – Discussion

Identfication of viral and bacterial etiologic agents of the pertussis-like syndrome in children under 5 years old hospitalized – Results

Respiratory microbes present in the nasopharynx of children hospitalised with suspected pulmonary tuberculosis in Cape Town, South Africa – Discussion

Comparison of molecular detection methods for pertussis in children during a state-wide outbreak – Respiratory viral infections

High Burden of Non-Influenza Viruses in Influenza-Like Illness in the Early Weeks of H1N1v Epidemic in France – Detection of other respiratory pathogens during weeks 35 through 44

Bordetella pertussis in infants hospitalized for acute respiratory symptoms remains a concern – Molecular analysis of pertussis cases

Respiratory tract infections among French Hajj pilgrims from 2014 to 2017 – Discussion

Pertussis hospitalizations among term and preterm infants: clinical course and vaccine effectiveness – Hospitalization

Bordetella bronchiseptica Colonization Limits Efficacy, but Not Immunogenicity, of Live-Attenuated Influenza Virus Vaccine and Enhances Pathogenesis After Influenza Challenge – Pneumonia was more severe in pigs colonized with B. bronchiseptica and challenged with heterologous IAV, regardless of LAIV vaccination status

Comparison of molecular detection methods for pertussis in children during a state-wide outbreak – Clinically unsuspected pertussis detection