Croup, more commonly see in children, can occur in adults too. We share the signs and what you should do if you develop this infection.
Croup is spread by breathing in germs from infected people when they cough or sneeze. What are the signs and symptoms of croup in adults? Croup begins like a cold with cough, fever, and a runny nose.
Croup or laryngotracheitis is rare in adults. We present a case of an otherwise healthy young woman that presented in the winter with 3 days of.
However, croup can sometimes develop in babies as young as three months, and older children up to 15 years of age. Adults can also get croup but this is rare .
An infection by a virus that causes croup in a young child may cause a cough or a sore throat in an older child or adult. It is unlikely to cause the.