Annual Congress Copenhagen 2005


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PG5 - Paediatrics: respiratory infections in children

Postgraduate Course
Chairs: M. Canciani (Udine, Italy), M. H. Goetz (Vienna, Austria)
This is the third course in a three-year postgraduate core curriculum covering the main issues on paediatrics. The aims of this third module in the series are:
• to review the current epidemiology of respiratory infections in children;
• to give insights into the most appropriate approaches to microbiological diagnosis;
• to provide an update on current recommendations for treatment.

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 [+]  PDF journal article, handout or slides Slide presentation 21 Epidemiology of respiratory infection in children
G. Wennergren (Gothenburg, Sweden)
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 [+]  PDF journal article, handout or slides Slide presentation 22 Bronchiolitis and other viral infections
M. Everard (Sheffield, United Kingdom)
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 [+]  PDF journal article, handout or slides Slide presentation 24 Microbiological approaches to respiratory infections: where now, and where next?
M. Leinonen (Oulu, Finland)
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 [+]  PDF journal article, handout or slides Slide presentation 25 Current treatments for respiratory infections in children
M. H. Goetz (Vienna, Austria)
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