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  • Skin Infection

    Smith, MD, of FDA.[] And that spreads the bacteria,” Smith says.[] Most of us go about our lives carrying around these bacteria without a problem, Smith says.[]

  • Sunburn

    Smith said tea tree oil, used in hospitals to treat severe burns, was good for the skin but it didn’t matter if tea tree or another type of oil was applied.[] Nikki Smith is a senior health information officer at Cancer Research UK.[] “It’s not so much the tomatoes or teabags [that people use that are effective], it’s that there’s liquid in them and it’s the liquid cooling the skin,” Smith said.[]

  • Sinusitis

    The majority of sinusitis cases are caused by viral infection, and antibiotics are generally not needed in these cases (AAFP 2011; Mayo Clinic 2012b; Smith 2012).[] Wald ER, Applegate KE, Bordley C, Darrow DH, Glode MP, Marcy SM, Nelson CE, Rosenfeld RM, Shaikh N, Smith MJ, Williams PV, Weinberg ST; American Academy of Pediatrics.[] 2010 ( -- The majority of sinus infections in adults tend to be viral, not bacterial, and will likely resolve in 10-14 days, says UC Health allergist Andrew Smith[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Smith, Susan M.; Schroeder, Knut; Fahey, Tom (2014-11-24). "Over-the-counter (OTC) medications for acute cough in children and adults in community settings".[] View Article PubMed Google Scholar Tripkovic L, Lambert H, Hart K, Smith CP, Bucca G, Penson S, Chope G, Hypponen E, Berry J, Vieth R, Tripkovic L, Lambert H, Hart K, Smith[]

  • Pneumonia

    […] means the infection was acquired at home in a person who has not recently been hospitalised With this type of pneumonia the most common cause is 'Streptococcus Pneumonia' (Smith[] Retrieved April 12, 2009 from C:\Users\charis\Documents\pneumonia\Pneumonia Causes, Symptoms, Signs and Treatment (Viral, Bacterial) on MedicineNet_com.mht Smith, B., & Ball[] […] hospitalisation for another illness or procedure with a latency period of 72 hours Infectious agent is often Gram-negative bacteria such as 'Escherichia coli or Klebsiella' (Smith[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    Dicpinigaitis PV, Eccles R, Glomb WB, Goldstein LB, Graham LM, Hargreave FE, Kvale PA, Lewis SZ, McCool FD, McCrory DC, Prakash UB, Pratter MR, Rosen MJ, Schulman E, Shannon JJ, Smith[] PMID 26333656 . a b Smith, SM; Fahey, T; Smucny, J; Becker, LA (19 Jun 2017). "Antibiotics for acute bronchitis".[] Source: Smith SM, et al. Antibiotics for acute bronchitis.[]

  • Pharyngitis

    Shephard A, Smith G, Aspley S, Schachtel B.[] Ebell MH, Smith MA, Barry HC, Ives K, Carey M. The rational clinical examination. Does this patient have strep throat? JAMA. 2000; 284:2912–8. 3.[] Ebell MH, Smith MA, Barry HC, Ives K, Carey M. Does the patient have strep throat? JAMA. 2000; 284(22):2912-2918. Montagnani F, Stolzuoli L, Croci L, et al.[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    N Engl J Med 354:23–24 PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar Walker-Smith JA et al (1997) Guidelines prepared by the ESPGAN working group on acute diarrhoea.[] Hamilton-Miller JM, Shah S, Smith CT. “Probiotic” remedies are not what they seem. BMJ 1996; 312:55–56. 11. Marcobal A, Underwood MA, Mills DA.[] Caeiro JP, Mathewson JJ, Smith MA, et al. Etiology of outpatient pediatric nondysenteric diarrhea: a multicenter study in the United States.[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    […] viral lower respiratory tract infections in prematurely born infants Simon B Drysdale 1 , Theresa Wilson 1 , Mireia Alcazar 1 , Simon Broughton 1 , Mark Zuckerman 2 , Melvyn Smith[] PubMed Google Scholar LaSala PR, Bufton KK, Ismail N, Smith MB: Prospective comparison of R-mix shell vial system with direct antigen tests and conventional cell culture for[] Smith , , J. M. Toman , , W. F. Skinner , , and M. B. Marx . 1963 . Two new variants of infection with coxsackie virus group B, type 5, in young children.[]

  • Osteoporosis

    Tang BM, Eslick GD, Nowson C, Smith C, Bensoussan A.[] Smith, M. "Diagnosis and Management of Treatment Related Osteoporosis in Men with Prostate Cancer." Cancer 97 (2003): 789-795.[]

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