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Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) in Adults Learning Zone

Diagnosing RSV

Read time: 25 mins
Last updated:27th Oct 2021
Published:27th Oct 2021

The number of people diagnosed with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is thought to be underestimated due to a lack of routine testing, impacting optimal RSV management and infection control. Continue reading to find out about:

  • The negative impact of underdiagnosing RSV
  • How RSV can be diagnosed

Unmet needs in diagnosing RSV

Diagnosis of RSV is key in identifying patients that need early treatment, to reduce both patient and socioeconomic burden, and in supporting infection control to minimise interactions between infected individuals and high-risk populations

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How is RSV diagnosed?

The diagnostics landscape for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection is a growing area, with historical methods being replaced by more sensitive, faster techniques that are able to provide healthcare professionals with the information they need to optimise care of a patient with RSV.

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