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What is Acute Respiratory Viral Infection (ARVI)?

Description of the disease

Acute respiratory viral infection (ARVI) is a group of diseases caused by various viruses that affect the respiratory organs.


ARVI is classified according to the type of virus that caused the disease. This includes influenza, parainfluenza, adenovirus infection, respiratory syncytial infection and others.


Symptoms of ARVI may include high temperature, cough, runny nose, sore throat, weakness, headache, muscle pain.


The causes of ARVI are various viruses that are transmitted by airborne droplets, contact-household method, through household items.


The diagnosis of ARVI can be based on symptoms, clinical examination of the patient, as well as laboratory tests.


Treatment of ARVI is aimed at relieving symptoms, strengthening the immune system, and fighting the virus. In some cases, antiviral drugs may be required.


Prevention of ARVI includes hygiene measures (hand washing, room ventilation), influenza vaccination, and strengthening the immune system.


Treatment of ARVI can be carried out by a therapist, pediatrician, infectious disease specialist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.