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Study on risk factors of recurrent respiratory tract infection in urban and rural children

Xie Shenghui;Yu Zhonghong;Deyang People's Hospital;  
Objective:To investigate the risk factors of recurrent respiratory tract infection(RRTI)morbidity and risk factors on urban and rural children.Methods:To investigate repeatedly 356 children below 3years old who have had a constant health care within or above one year from July 2010 to Jan 2013 with questionnaire to their parents and their health care records on their incidence of RRTI,including 7ways of investigation like the way of child birth,feeding,parenting etc.,and a detection on levels of iron,zinc,calcium and lead in blood as well.Results:There's a significant difference between urban and rural children with a rate of incidence on RRTI 14.9% and 8.0% separately.It is presented as a risk in Caesarean birth,non-breastfeeding,lack of outdoor activities,close contact with pets for urban children to infect it,their higher level of lead in blood as a reminder.However,the infections on rural children are mainly related to irrational complementary food and non-parent guardians with lack of trace elements as a risk reminder.Conclusion:The RRTI incidence rate is higher in urban children than that in rural,and the infection factors are also quite different.Therefore,different preventive care measures should be taken to them.
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