Upper respiratory tract infection is known as cold sores. It is one of the most common diseases that cause visits to doctors both in the world and in our country. Over 200 'viruses that cause inflammation in the nose and throat lead to urgent.
What are the symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections?
Symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections begin 1-3 days after the patient receives the virus and usually last for 1 week. This time varies. (May last up to 1-2 weeks)
Which drugs are used to treat upper respiratory tract infections?
There is no need for viral upper respiratory tract infections. Some treatments may reduce symptoms; But it does not allow children to recover more quickly. With 7 days of treatment without treatment, it also heals in 1 week.
Smoke exposure is important. They are sick more often exposed to more severe symptoms and adults alike cigarettes, are more long-term
Cleaning your nose with saline, and it is important that you aspire to be.
Mild fever, restlessness, if there is an analgesic can be given.
Only very limited congestion and runny nose to reduce the effectiveness of treatments in consultation with a physician should be provided.
Certainly Aspirin is not used.
Antibiotics, kill bacteria but does not kill viruses that cause upper respiratory tract infections. Unnecessary use of antibiotics for viral infections leads to the development of resistance in bacteria, really need these drugs when they don't work. Antibiotics is not only doctor's advice should be used.