Upper Respiratory Tract Infection Risk

Last Updated: September 25 2022

Upper respiratory tract infection (URTI) risk is an assessment of the risk for contracting a URTI, which are commonly caused by colds and influenza.

Summary

URTI is an umbrella term used to describe infections of the upper respiratory tract (which includes the nose, sinuses, and throat) that commonly involve symptoms like coughing, a sore throat, nasal congestion, runny nose, and sneezing.

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