Influenza and Respiratory Care
Respiratory infections constitute a major public health concern. The goal of this book is to share knowledge on the best advances in influenza and influenza-like viral infections, and new molecular-based diagnostic methods that discern the antigenic shift enabling viruses to constantly evolve and elude the host immune response. Co-infections, co-morbidities, persistently meager anti-flu vaccination coverage, and infection complications are dealt with. The chapters also further insight into such topics as the effects of sex hormones, and socioeconomic and anthropometric measures on respiratory and immune functions underlying the severity of asthma and respiratory allergy. Psychological functioning in respiratory disorders, taking into account quality of life, illness acceptance, and depressive symptoms is also reviewed as it is all too often underestimated by healthcare providers. The book is intended for clinicians, researchers, students, and all other actors in health-related issues.
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Coinfection with Influenza Viruses and InfluenzaLike Virus During the 20152016 Epidemic Season
Influenza and Influenzalike Viruses in Children in the Epidemic Season 20152016 in Poland
Influenza Vaccination Coverage Among Polish Patients with Chronic Diseases
Circulation of Antibodies Against Influenza Virus Hemagglutinins in the 20142015 Epidemic Season in Poland
Influence of Socioeconomic and Anthropometric Factors on Respiratory Function in Female University Students
Relationships Between Quality of Life in the Psychological Domain Acceptance of Illness and Healthcare Services in Patients
The Relationship Between Burnout Syndrome Among the Medical Staff and Work Conditions in the Polish Healthcare System
Association of EstrogenRelated Traits with Allergic Rhinitis
Alpha Wavelet Power as a Biomarker of Antidepressant Treatment Response in Bipolar Depression
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