Treatment Strategy May Reduce Infants' Wheezing Caused By Virus

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Treatment strategy may reduce infants' wheezing caused by virus
Treatment strategy may reduce infants' wheezing caused by virus
The antibiotic azithromycin may reduce the risk of recurrent wheezing in infants hospitalized with a common respiratory infection, according to a small pilot study at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Evidence suggests that reduced wheezing may lower an infant's risk of developing asthma over the next several years.
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