Understanding Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)

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What Is RSV?

Respiratory syncytial virus infection, usually called RSV, is a lot like a bad cold. It causes the same symptoms. And like a cold, it is very common and very contagious. Most children have had it at least once by age 2.

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     The Ameen Zebedee Collins Jr. Foundation was created based on the personal experience of Zebedee and Karen Collins, the parents of 14 month old Ameen Zebedee Collins Jr., who  died of complications after being improperly diagnosed and treated for RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus),

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Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)

Respiratory syncytial virus infection, usually called RSV, is a lot like a bad cold. It causes the same symptoms. And like a cold, it is very common and very contagious. Most children have had it at least once by age 2.
RSV is usually not something to worry about. But it can lead to pneumonia or other problems in some people, especially babies. So it’s important to watch the symptoms and call your doctor if they get worse.

A virus causes RSV infection. Like a cold virus, RSV attacks your nose, eyes, throat, and lungs. It spreads like a cold too, when you cough, sneeze, or share food or drinks.
There are many kinds of RSV, so your body never becomes <ahw’,’embd-lnk’);” href=”http://www.webmd.com/hw-popup/immunity”>immune to it. You can get it again and again throughout your life, sometimes during the same season.</ahw’,’embd-lnk’);”>

RSV usually causes the same symptoms as a bad cold, such as:

A cough.
A stuffy or runny nose. 
A mild sore throat.
An earache.
A fever.

Have no energy.
Act fussy or cranky.
Be less hungry than usual.
Some children have more serious symptoms, like wheezing. Call your doctor if your child is wheezing or having trouble breathing.

Doctors usually diagnose RSV by asking about your or your child’s symptoms and by knowing whether there is an outbreak of the infection in your area.
There are tests for RSV, but they aren’t usually needed. Your doctor may want to do testing if you or your child may be likely to have other problems. The most common test uses a sample of the drainage from your nose.

RSV usually goes away on its own. For most people, home treatment is all that is needed. If your child has RSV:
Prop up your child’s head to make it easier to breathe and sleep.
Suction your baby’s nose if he or she can’t breathe well enough to eat or sleep.
Control fever with acetaminophen or ibuprofen. Never give aspirin to someone younger than 20 years, because it can cause <ahw’,’embd-lnk’);” href=”http://www.webmd.com/hw-popup/reyes-syndrome”>Reye’s syndrome.
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When a person with RSV is otherwise healthy, symptoms usually get better in a week or two.
RSV can be serious when the symptoms are very bad or when it leads to other problems, like pneumonia. Certain people are more likely to have problems with RSV:
Babies younger than 6 months, especially those born early (prematurely)
People with <ahw’,’embd-lnk’);” href=”http://www.webmd.com/hw-popup/immune-system-7922″>immune system problems
People with heart or lung problems
Adults older than 65
These people sometimes need treatment in a hospital. So it’s important to watch the symptoms and call your doctor if they get worse.</ahw’,’embd-lnk’);”>

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