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Respiratory Tract Infections

Respiratory tract infections (RTI) are airway infections, including trachea and alveolar sacs, mainly caused by a broad spectrum of pathogenic microbes such as bacterias, viruses, and fungi. These are generally contagious acute infections transmitted between people through tiny droplets arising out during coughing and sneezing, direct or indirect contact with the contaminated surface. Demonstrating a solid association with seasonal patterns, respiratory tract infections are more affected during winter and one of the main reasons for hospital visits worldwide. Central BioHub fulfils your need for high-quality human biospecimens for research within no time. Please browse our inventory now. Also,explore advanced search options to order respiratory infection samples by clicking CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS, ICD-10-CM CODES, and LABORATORY PARAMETERS.

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Types of Respiratory Tract Infection:

Based on the infection location, respiratory tract infections are broadly divided into upper respiratory tract infections (URTIs) and Lower respiratory tract infections (LRTIs). Common cold, Acute Rhinosinusitis, Otitis media, Pharyngitis comprises upper respiratory tract infections characterized by mild to moderate symptoms and are usually self-limiting. On the other hand, lower respiratory tract infections include Pneumonia, Influenza, Bronchitis, Bronchiolitis; exhibiting mild to severe symptoms that can be fatal if not treated immediately.


Need for Extensive Research:

Timely diagnosis and initiation of appropriate antimicrobial therapy are warranted for abating respiratory infections and slowing down disease progression. Growing antibiotic resistance is a matter of global concern. Today, respiratory pathogens are constantly gaining resistance to existing antibiotics and became a great challenge for physicians to tackle the infections. As a result, fostering novel antimicrobial research is critical for mitigating current conditions and preventing possible infections in future.
Respiratory tract infections, especially LRTI, are linked to a high rate of morbidity in the community and a high rate of mortality in hospitalized patients. Therefore, such diseases place a massive economic burden on both the health care system and patients.

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With complete assistance from our scientific team, global life science scientists can purchase Infectious disease samples through the safest, open-access, fast virtual interface of Central BioHub. Every respiratory infection biosamples such as human serum, plasma, whole blood and respiratory secretions are well preserved and devoid of cross-contamination to optimize research output accuracy. Striving for excellence, we leverage to ensure safe and fast international shipping of Respiratory biological specimens  and other research samples. Connect us to purchase the most credible, high-quality, and premium human biospecimens of respiratory tract infections online.

Respiratory tract infections are highly contagious airway infections caused by pathogenic microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi, characterised by fever, cough, cold, and difficulty breathing.
Upper respiratory tract infections (URTIs) are acute infections of the upper portion of the airways, including the nose, sinuses, pharynx, or larynx. Common URTIs are common cold, acute rhinosinusitis, tonsillitis, otitis media, pharyngitis, and laryngitis.
Lower respiratory tract infections (LRTIs) are acute infections of the lower airways or lungs caused by bacteria or viruses. Common LRTIs are pneumonia, influenza, bronchitis, and bronchiolitis.
Human biospecimens for research are ethically collected from suspected or clinically confirmed patients suffering from different respiratory tract infections. We offer a meticulous collection of clinically graded, hyper-annotated upper respiratory infection samples and lower respiratory tract infection samples through our online marketplace.
Following are the best ways to prevent respiratory tract infection: • Cover your nose and mouth while coughing and sneezing. • Wash your hands with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitiser. • Avoid close contact with patients with respiratory infections. • Avoid unnecessary touching on the face, nose, eyes with hands. • Take vaccination like yearly flu or influenza vaccination. • When you are sick, take adequate rest and stay home.