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Viral infection with mild signs: isolated fever, digestive disorders, vomiting, drowsiness.
Because of its affinity with the upper airways, the virus will more readily promote the occurrence of acute otitis, or complicate bronchitis or pneumonia. Finally, the virus is responsible for a high fever, sometimes accompanied by convulsions.
The treatment is simple and consists mainly of fighting fever, thanks to paracetamol. Prevention exists in the form of a vaccine, recommended for babies at risk, that is to say, subject to recurrent bronchiolitis, or predisposed to asthma.