They guard the throat and protect against upper respiratory tract infections.
What does URTI stand for?
URTI stands for Upper Respiratory Tract Infection (medical)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of URTI
We have 2 other meanings of URTI in our Acronym Attic
- User Revalidation Tool (IBM Corp.)
- Union of Road Transport Associations
- University/Resident Theatre Association (New York, NY)
- Utah Rural Telecom Association
- Unconventional Resources Technology Advisory Committee (United States Department of Energy)
- Upper Respiratory Tract Disease
- Your Telegram (US Navy)
- Universal Rotary Tiltable Furnace (aluminum recycling)
- Unreasonable Risk to Health
- Upper Respiratory Tract Illness
- You Are the Man (texting abbreviation)
- Union des Radiodiffusions et Télévisions Nationales d'Afrique (Union of National Radio and Television Organizations of Africa)
- Undergraduate Research Training Program
- University Research and Training Reactors
- Unclassified Redaction and Tracking System (National Archives and Records Administration)
- Uniform Regulation Through Technology (National Association of Insurance Commissioners)
- United Road Transport Union (UK)
- U-Do Retro Virus (fictional weapons)
- University of Rochester Television (University of Rochester)
- University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Antibacterial activity of the extract was demonstrated in liquid-cultured strains of pathogenic bacteria often found in association with upper respiratory tract infections.
The body of research demonstrating that Wellmune WGP can reduce upper respiratory tract infection symptoms and improve the psychological well-being of individuals with stressful lifestyles has expanded with the recent presentation of new data at Experimental Biology 2010.
lt;br /><br />She came down with flu symptoms on July 9 and was treated at the centre on July 12 for upper respiratory tract infection and discharged.
Risk-benefit ratios for upper respiratory tract infections Health-related quality of life is not significantly improved in patients receiving antibiotics for an upper respiratory tract infection when compared with subjects receiving no antibiotic.