Our data indicate that among children <5 years of age hospitalized with a community-acquired respiratory tract infection, HBoV was detected in 4.
What does CARTI stand for?
CARTI stands for Community-Acquired Respiratory Tract Infection
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- Center for Advanced Research Technology in the Arts and Humanities (University of Washington, USA)
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- Coast Artillery Replacement Training Center (California)
- Consumers' Association Research and Testing Centre (UK)
- Center for Advanced Research in Technology for Education (University of Southern California)
- Centre for Arts, Research, Technology and Education (University of Westminster; UK)
- Centre d'Applications et de Recherche en Télédétection (French)
- Computer Arts Centre at Espoo
- CARIFORUM Agribusiness Research and Training Fund
- Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute
- Centro de Automatización, Robótica y Tecnologías de la Información y la Fabricación (Center of Automatization, Robotics and Technologies of the Information and the Manufacture; Valladolid, Spain)
- Cartographic Information Division
- Capital Area Regional Transportation Planning Organization (Texas)
- Capacitor and Resistor Technology Symposium
- Capital Area Rural Transportation System (Texas)
- Case And Resource Tracking System (NY State Tax System)
- CASREP Action Reporting and Tracking System
- Central Alberta Regional Trails Society (Lacombe, AB, Canada)
- Circuit Assignment and Records Transfer System (AT&T)
Samples in periodicals archive:
COMMUNITY-ACQUIRED respiratory tract infections continue to be among the most common and important infections seen by practicing physicians.
Representatives from Enanta's scientific team presented data on novel classes of antibacterial agents, discovered at Enanta, that are being developed for the treatment of community-acquired respiratory tract infections, as well as hospital-acquired infections.
The Alexander Project 1998-2000: susceptibility of pathogens isolated from community-acquired respiratory tract infection to commonly used antimicrobial agents.
Food and Drug Administration to treat community-acquired respiratory tract infections in patients age 18 and older with acute bacterial exacerbation of chronic bronchitis; acute bacterial sinusitis; and mild to moderate community-acquired pneumonia, including those infections caused by multi-drug resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae (MDRSP).
Pharmacodynamics of fluoroquinolones against Streptococcus pneumoniae in patients with community-acquired respiratory tract infections.
pneumoniae isolates were collected from patients with community-acquired respiratory tract infections in 242 centers across the United States.
Specifically, ACES showed that there was no increased mortality associated with the use of Avelox in the treatment of adult community-acquired respiratory tract infections (RTIs), namely acute bacterial exacerbations of chronic bronchitis ABECB)(1), acute bacterial sinusitis(2), and community-acquired pneumonia of mild to moderate severity (CAP)(3).