3 years ago

Primary Care Management of Upper Respiratory Infections in the Women's Health Care Setting

Miriam E. Levi


Upper respiratory infections (URIs) are the most common reason for which individuals seek health care services in the outpatient clinical setting. This case report describes the clinical presentation and management of a woman with a URI. The signs and symptoms of URIs, physical examination, differential diagnoses, and treatment plan options available in the ambulatory care setting are reviewed. Current evidence‐based guidelines are discussed, and recommendations for clinical practice are reviewed. Discussion of the incidental treatment of URIs in the specialty care setting is also addressed.

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