Rhino Flu Virus Symptoms

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Symptoms of the rhino flu virus, commonly referred to as a cold, include runny nose, sneezing, sore throat and a cough. Learn about viruses invading the nasal membranes with help from a nurse and respiratory care practitioner in this free video on rhino flu virus symptoms.

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Rhino flu virus symptoms. Rhino means nose, Greek word, derivative of that. Viral infection of the nasal membranes. It's a cold. We call it simply a cold. Usually, after contact with someone who's infected with a cold is usually one to four days that you'll also present with the symptoms. It can last from five to seven days. The colds are caused by a Rhinovirus. It invades the mucus skin lining of the nose and the nasal passages and the throat and the upper airway. The patient presents with a runny nose, sneezing, a sore throat, and a cough, Rhino's are caused by viruses and it invades the nasal membranes where it's very thin membrane there are causing, caused by the Rhinovirus and so you know that within contact with someone who has a cold, within four to, one to four days, you will also have the symptoms of a Rhino flu virus symptoms.


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