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The importance of the nasopharyngeal mucosa protection for prevention of acute respiratory viral infections and influenza in children
ARVI is the most common children infection: children aged 0–5 years suffer, on average, 6–8 episodes of ARVI per year; and in the 1–2 years of visiting kindergarten the incidence rate is higher for 10–15% than in unorganized children, and at school the latter get sick more often. The incidence of ARVI is the highest in the period from September to April and it amounts about 87–91 thousand per 100 thousand in the population. The respiratory infectious disease protection of the organism isdoi:10.21518/2079-701x-2022-16-1-257-263 fatcat:iwj5y2ycrnaknlfhqbh2olwqvm