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  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Cover your mouth and nose if you’re the one who is sick. Stay home if you’re sick.[] Risk goes up in these situations: When someone sick sneezes or coughs without covering their nose and mouth. Droplets containing the viruses are sprayed into the air.[]

  • Influenza

    Cover Your Cough Stop the spread of germs that make you and others sick. Properly covering your cough will help you keep from spreading influenza.[] If your family is worried about paying for the vaccine, keep in mind that most insurance plans cover the whole cost.[] Your family also can learn about getting help paying for vaccines if you don't have insurance or if your plan does not cover vaccines.[]

  • Insect Bite

    Bite from an insect (bug) Bees, mosquitoes, fire ants, ticks and spiders are not covered. See those care guides.[] Crawling insects may reach any part of the body, including the covered areas, and are more likely to remain there, generating skin diseases characteristic of each insect.[] Control pests around your home: Keep foods covered as much as possible when eating outdoors. Cover outdoor garbage cans with tight-fitting lids.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Conditions covered include acute cystitis (both uncomplicated and complicated), catheter-associated UTI, and asymptomatic bacteriuria in both women and men.[] Areas covered: Relevant literature regarding microbiology, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and clinical trials evaluating efficacy, safety, and tolerability will be discussed[] […] structure-based drug design; urinary tract infection Conflict of interest statement Conflict of interest statement: J.W.J. and S.J.H. are inventors on US patent US8937167 B2, which covers[]

  • Sunburn

    The wear of covering clothes was significantly associated with sunscreen use and seeking shade.[] Volunteers reported their clothing cover and sunscreen use in diaries, and this information was used to determine body site-specific UVR doses after adjustment for sun protection[] If blistering occurs: Lightly bandage or cover the area with gauze to prevent infection.[]

  • Skin Infection

    Other prevention tips Clean and cover all wounds.[] Keep boils or other skin infections clean and covered.[] RECENT FINDINGS: The review covers recent literature and works regarding a number of evolving mechanisms and forms of antibiotic resistances in S. aureus, including novel[]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Increase your cover Boost your basic cover with these policy options.[] One type of monograph presented in this series will cover a specific infection, detailing microbiologic, research and clinical aspects.[] Your tonsils become swollen and develop a whitish-yellow covering. Often, the lymph nodes in the neck are swollen and painful.[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    This article covers a range of issues surrounding acute bronchitis, including epidemiology and pathogenesis, as well as the management, prevention and treatment of disease[] AREAS COVERED: Antibiotics for acute bronchitis have been associated with an approximately half-day reduction in duration of cough.[] Adults covered by Medicaid and adults without health insurance had higher risks of hospitalization for asthma and acute bronchitis after both low wind and dust events.[]

  • Pharyngitis

    Increase your cover Boost your basic cover with these policy options.[] Abstract Subdural Empyema (ESD) is the collection of purulent fluid that develops between the exterior "dura mater" layer and the middle "arachnoid mater" layer that covers[] Pharyngeal isolates from children at low risk of ARF within the same country were significantly less diverse, less likely to be emm pattern D, and more likely to be theoretically covered[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    In the latter case, only direct medical costs to the household would be covered.[] This guideline covers diagnosing, managing and referring infants and young children younger than 5 years who present with acute diarrhoea (lasting up to 14 days) with or without[] During the Sentinella-year 2014, 172 physicians (47% general practitioners, 37% internists and 16% paediatricians; thereafter referred to as “Sentinella-physicians”) covering[]

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