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Create viral respiratory mucus

Updated on April 9, 2016


Respiratory Virus creates phlegm (RSV) is a type of bacteria that cause infections in the lungs and airways. It's very common that most children up to 2 years of age have been infected. Respiratory Virus creates mucus can also infect adults.

In the elderly and in healthy children, the symptoms of viral respiratory mucus creates are mild and often resemble the common cold. Self-care measures are all problems often necessary to relieve the discomfort.

Respiratory viral infection can create serious phlegm in some cases, especially in premature babies and infants with underlying health conditions. RSV also can become severe in the elderly and adults with heart and lung disease.

Common sense precautions can help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses produce sputum.

The symptoms

The signs and symptoms of infection with respiratory viruses produce sputum usually appear 4-6 days after exposure to the virus . In adults and older children, RSV usually causes signs and symptoms similar to a cold light . These include :

Congestion or runny nose .

Dry cough.

Mild fever .

Sore throat.

Mild headache .

Discomfort .


Respiratory Virus creates phlegm into the body through the nose , eyes or mouth . It spreads easily when transmitted via respiratory secretions - such as from coughing or sneezing - are inhaled or passed to others through direct contact , such as shaking hands . The virus can also live for hours on objects such as countertops and toys . Mouth , nose or eyes after touching contaminated objects , and can contain viruses .

An infected person infected in the first few days after infection , but the virus can create respiratory sputum spread until a few weeks after the start of infection.

Treatments and drugs

Antibiotics that doctors prescribe to treat infections caused by bacteria , not against viruses created using respiratory mucus since this is a viral infection . However , the doctor may prescribe antibiotics if bacterial complications such as middle ear infection or bacterial pneumonia .

If not , may request a non-prescription drugs , such as acetaminophen ( Tylenol , others) or ibuprofen ( Advil , Motrin , others) , depending on the age of the child . These drugs reduce fever but will not work for treating the infection or make it go away sooner.


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