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Adults hospitalised with acute respiratory illness rarely have detectable bacteria in the absence of COPD or pneumonia; viral infection predominates in a large prospective UK sample

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General Info
Geography 
East Midlands
Time period covered 
01/2005 - 12/2008
Citation
Authors 
Clark TW, Medina M, Batham S, Curran MD, Parmar S, Nicholson KG
Journal 
J Infect
Volume 
69
Issue 
5
Pages 
507–15
Publication year 
2014
Suggested citation 
Clark TW, Medina M, Batham S, Curran MD, Parmar S, Nicholson KG. Adults hospitalised with acute respiratory illness rarely have detectable bacteria in the absence of COPD or pneumonia; viral infection predominates in a large prospective UK sample. J Infect. 2014; 69(5): 507–15.