Respiratory Syncytial virus (Pediatrics RSV) Patients are Increasing More Rapidly than usual, Children's Hospitals Report a rise in respiratory patients

Doctors have said that a respiratory infection that they encounter every year came in the early part of this year and is rapidly spreading.

The children most susceptible to RSV are babies in the earliest stages and infants, especially those less than six months old.

At present there are more than half patients are in the ICU

Respiratory Syncytial virus (RSV) is an infectious virus with characteristics that closely mimic those of the flu

If your child is experiencing difficulty breathing or eating, these are signs

They must be brought to the emergency department and contact your doctor's office