New Delhi: The coronavirus pandemic had an impact on the physical and mental health of each and every individual around the world. Everyone's normal life was disrupted, and while adults still found ways to cope with it, accepting and understanding the need of the hour, it was children who took one of the major hits. Children felt lonely, bored, and out of their schools routines as they were confined to their homes. While adults had virtual interactions with their friends, children were not equipped with smartphones or social media to do so.
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Respiratory syncytial virus RSV was discovered in and has since been recognized as one of the most common causes of childhood illness. It causes annual outbreaks of respiratory illnesses in all age groups. In most regions of the United States, RSV usually circulates during fall, winter, and spring, but the timing and severity of RSV season in a given community can vary from year to year. Scientists are developing several vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, and antiviral therapies to help protect infants and young children, pregnant women to protect their unborn babies , and older adults from severe RSV infection.
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Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
Respiratory syncytial virus RSV , also called human respiratory syncytial virus hRSV and human orthopneumovirus , is a very common, contagious virus that causes infections of the respiratory tract. It is a negative-sense , single-stranded RNA virus, and its name is derived from the large syncytia that form when infected cells fuse together. While RSV is the single most common cause of respiratory hospitalization in infants, reinfection remains common throughout the lifetime and it is an important pathogen in all age groups. Infection rates are typically higher during the cold winter months, causing bronchiolitis in infants, common colds in adults, and more serious respiratory illnesses such as pneumonia in the elderly and immunocompromised.
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