Bronchiolitis hospitalisations linked to seasons


A drop in temperature and an increase in wind speed has been linked to a rise in hospitalisations for bronchiolitis in Australia and New Zealand. The retrospective study of almost 4,000 patients found hospitalisations for the condition rose with plummeting temperatures, with peak admissions occurring in wintertime,  dropping in autumn and declining considerably in spring. ...


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