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CHILDREN WHO HAVE THEIR ADENOIDS OUT DO NOT GET FEWER UPPERRESPIRATORY INFECTIONS.
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CHILDREN WHO HAVE THEIR ADENOIDS OUT DO NOT GET FEWER UPPER RESPIRATORYINFECTIONS.
Este Trabalho esta sendo feito para obtenção de nota parcial daDisciplina de Inglês Instrumental
ministrada pela Dra. ProfessoraBeatriz Pucci .Children Who Have Their Adenoids out Do Not Get Fewer Upper Respiratory Infections.
ScienceDaily (Sep. 6, 2011) — Children who have their adenoids surgically removed do not get fewer upper respiratorytract infections such as sinusitis and colds, finds research published online in the British Medical Journal.
Upper respiratory tract infections are extremely common in children and many of themare referred for ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgery. Indeed, having adenoids taken out (adenoidectomy) is one of the most frequently performed surgical procedures in children in western countries,says the study. One of the main reasons adenoidectomy is performed is to reduce the incidence of upper respiratory tract infections. However, the clinical effectiveness of the procedure in children withrecurrent upper respiratory tract infections is lacking, say the authors, led by Professor Anne Schilder from the University Medical Centre Utrecht. Schilder and colleagues studied a group of...