La bronchiolite aiguë du nourrisson est une affection virale fréquente et potentiellement grave dont le traitement n’est à l’heure actuelle que symptomatique. 1 sept. La bronchiolite aiguë est une infection virale respiratoire épidémique saisonnière du nourrisson. (Conférence de consensus: prise en charge. BRONCHIOLITE AIGUE DU NOURRISSON: PARTICULARITES ET CONSEQUENCES EVOLUTIVES DE L’INFECTION A VIRUS RESPIRATOIRE SYNCYTIAL.

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