Recurrent respiratory infections (RRIs) are a common clinical condition in children, in fact about 25% of children under 1 year and 6% of children during the first 6 years of life have RRIs. In most cases, infections occur with mild clinical manifestations and the frequency of episodes tends to decrease over time with a complete resolution by 12 years of age. However, RRIs significantly reduce child and family quality of life and lead to significant medical and social costs. Despite the importance of this condition, there is currently no agreed definition of the term RRIs in the literature, especially concerning the frequency and type of infectious episodes to be considered. The aim of this consensus document is to propose an updated definition and provide recommendations with the intent of guiding the physician in the complex process of diagnosis, management and prevention of RRIs.

Prevention of recurrent respiratory infections: Inter-society Consensus / Chiappini E.; Santamaria F.; Marseglia G.L.; Marchisio P.; Galli L.; Cutrera R.; de Martino M.; Antonini S.; Becherucci P.; Biasci P.; Bortone B.; Bottero S.; Caldarelli V.; Cardinale F.; Gattinara G.C.; Ciarcia M.; Ciofi D.; D'Elios S.; Di Mauro G.; Doria M.; Indinnimeo L.; Vecchio A.L.; Macri F.; Mattina R.; Miniello V.L.; del Giudice M.M.; Morbin G.; Motisi M.A.; Novelli A.; Palamara A.T.; Panatta M.L.; Pasinato A.; Peroni D.; Perruccio K.; Piacentini G.; Pifferi M.; Pignataro L.; Sitzia E.; Tersigni C.; Torretta S.; Trambusti I.; Trippella G.; Valentini D.; Valentini S.; Varricchio A.; Verga M.C.; Vicini C.; Zecca M.; Villani A.. - In: THE ITALIAN JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS. - ISSN 1720-8424. - ELETTRONICO. - 47:(2021), pp. 211-222. [10.1186/s13052-021-01150-0]

Prevention of recurrent respiratory infections: Inter-society Consensus

Chiappini E.
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Santamaria F.;Marchisio P.;Galli L.;de Martino M.;Antonini S.;Becherucci P.;Bortone B.;Caldarelli V.;Ciofi D.;Motisi M. A.;Novelli A.;Perruccio K.;Pifferi M.;Pignataro L.;Tersigni C.;Torretta S.;Trambusti I.;Trippella G.;Valentini D.;
2021

Abstract

Recurrent respiratory infections (RRIs) are a common clinical condition in children, in fact about 25% of children under 1 year and 6% of children during the first 6 years of life have RRIs. In most cases, infections occur with mild clinical manifestations and the frequency of episodes tends to decrease over time with a complete resolution by 12 years of age. However, RRIs significantly reduce child and family quality of life and lead to significant medical and social costs. Despite the importance of this condition, there is currently no agreed definition of the term RRIs in the literature, especially concerning the frequency and type of infectious episodes to be considered. The aim of this consensus document is to propose an updated definition and provide recommendations with the intent of guiding the physician in the complex process of diagnosis, management and prevention of RRIs.
2021
47
211
222
Chiappini E.; Santamaria F.; Marseglia G.L.; Marchisio P.; Galli L.; Cutrera R.; de Martino M.; Antonini S.; Becherucci P.; Biasci P.; Bortone B.; Bottero S.; Caldarelli V.; Cardinale F.; Gattinara G.C.; Ciarcia M.; Ciofi D.; D'Elios S.; Di Mauro G.; Doria M.; Indinnimeo L.; Vecchio A.L.; Macri F.; Mattina R.; Miniello V.L.; del Giudice M.M.; Morbin G.; Motisi M.A.; Novelli A.; Palamara A.T.; Panatta M.L.; Pasinato A.; Peroni D.; Perruccio K.; Piacentini G.; Pifferi M.; Pignataro L.; Sitzia E.; Tersigni C.; Torretta S.; Trambusti I.; Trippella G.; Valentini D.; Valentini S.; Varricchio A.; Verga M.C.; Vicini C.; Zecca M.; Villani A.
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