Wesley Healthcare
November 04, 2022

“There’s no magic medication to get rid of it. Antibiotics aren’t going to help us out, so it is supportive care. Suctioning helping infants keep their airways clear. We use a lot of suctioning devices to help get the mucus out of their nose so that they’re able to feed better,” Dr. Stephanie Kuhlmann, Pediatric Hospitalist at Wesley Medical Center.

Pediatric units like the Wesley Children’s Hospital are seeing the impact of RSV spreading.

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