LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS OF OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS AT LONG-SUBFEBRILITES AND OBSTRUCTIVE BRONCHITIS IN CHILDREN WITH MIXED INFECTION

T. N. Rybalkina, N. V. Karazhas, M. U. Kalugina, M. N. Kornienko, V. F. Uchaykin, T. M. Lebedeva, N. U. Kan, L. V. Feklisova, M. K. Khadisova, A. M. Karamzin
2015 Detskie Infekcii (Moskva)  
The article discusses the role of agents of opportunistic infections (OI) in the etiology of children's infectious diseases illustrated by the long-subfebrilites and obstructivebronchitis. When children without expressed immunity disorders are infected with mixed infections OI have more pronounced manifestations, which requires appropriate treatment. At the same time, the similarity of the clinical manifestations does not mean that an etiological diagnosis can be determined without laboratory
more » ... ithout laboratory diagnostic methods. The importance of routine pediatrics monitoring of children with latent forms of OI is emphasized.
doi:10.22627/2072-8107-2013-12-3-40-43 doaj:04eeaa1975184aaba2c409dabad8ea23 fatcat:dqltlctnrbgs3mqvcpq2v7lu44