Different people,
different perspectives.
Different people,
different perspectives.

Keeping your baby healthy takes teamwork. Speak to your doctor to find out more about respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).

What is RSV?
RSV is a very common virus. Almost all children get RSV at least once before they are 2 years old.1,2
Learn about the virus
Is my baby at risk for a serious infection?
Children born prematurely or with certain lung or heart conditions have a higher risk for serious RSV illnesses.2,3
Find Out
How can I protect my child during RSV season?
Here are some simple ways to lower your baby’s risk for an RSV infection1
Steps you can take
Ready to learn more?
Click below to find helpful links for further reading materials on RSV and organisations that help parents and caregivers of children born prematurely.
Find Support
References: 1. Jones A. RSV: when it’s more than just a cold. HealthyChildren.org. Updated November 4, 2019. Accessed April 2022.
https://www.healthychildren.org/English/health-issues/conditions/chest-lungs/Pages/RSV-When-Its-More-Than-Just-a-Cold.aspx 2. Piedimonte G, Perez MK. Respiratory syncytial virus infection and bronchiolitis. Pediatr Rev. 2014;35(12):519-530. doi:10.1542/pir.35-12-519 3. Goldstein M, Phillips R, DeVincenzo JP, et al. National Perinatal Association 2018 Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Prevention Clinical Practice Guideline: an evidence-based interdisciplinary collaboration. Neonatology Today. 2017;12:1-27.

Date of Preparation: May 2024
Expiration Date: 11 June 2026
Approval Code: Z5-8090