RSV can cause severe infection in some people, especially premature babies, older adults, infants and adults with heart and lung disease.
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is now recognized as a significant problem in certain adult populations. These include the elderly, persons with.
Respiratory syncytial virus can cause a viral respiratory infection that affects the lungs and respiratory tract in both adults and children. The illness caused by this virus, pronounced "sin-SISH-ul," can be as mild as a common cold, but in severe cases may need hospitalization.