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Pediatrics Products

A line of products designed to provide a sensitive approach to the daily Skin and Intimate cleansing in children, and to provide an optimal Hydration and Skin Protection in case of redness, cracks, atopic dermatitis etc. Recently have been inserted also products for the treatment of Anxiety, Stress, Agitation and Insomnia in children., for the prevention and treatment of oral lesions and infections and for the treatment of early forms of adolescent acne.

All products of this line are constituted by an association of active ingredients, and optimal dosages to ensure a rapid therapeutic effect.












RSS The Journal of Pediatrics

  • The State of Children's Health in Europe June 1, 2019
    The health status of the European population is supervised constantly through the national public health agencies in their respective countries and monitored by the several nongovernmental organizations dedicated to public health active in Europe.1 In particular, the European Union (EU) supervises the health of the population in its 28 member nations by means of the […]
    Paolo Biasci, Angel Carrasco Sanz, Tudor Lucian Pop, Massimo Pettoello-Mantovani, Antonio D'Avino, Luigi Nigri
  • Masthead June 1, 2019
  • Table of Contents June 1, 2019
  • 50 Years Ago in The Journal of Pediatrics June 1, 2019
    Schrager G. J Pediatr 1969;74:966-8.
    Philip J. Hashkes
  • An important marker explained June 1, 2019
    The “classic metaphyseal lesion,” a unique corner fracture of long bones, has long been considered a specific marker of child abuse. Although a few paid defendant “experts” have attempted to challenge this concept, it has continued to be accepted by child abuse specialists.
    Thomas Welch
  • Recovery and the family tree of Morpheus June 1, 2019
    “There is a time for many words, and there is also a time for sleep” — Homer
    Denise M. Goodman
  • Disproving junk science June 1, 2019
    Philosophers, scientists, and statisticians have debated for centuries whether and how one can prove a negative. We can take proving a negative to an extreme and state that you can never prove beyond reasonable doubt that something does not exist (eg, Nessie might still swim somewhere deep in Scotland’s Loch Ness). However, this argument from […]
    Paul G. Fisher
  • Early psychosocial environment and cardiometabolic risk June 1, 2019
    There is increasing interest in the concept that early life exposures, including adverse childhood experiences, may be associated with later obesity, metabolic syndrome, and increased risk for atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. In this volume of The Journal, Doom et al utilized a longitudinal study in Chile to study these potential relationships. Because this was a retrospective […]
    Stephen R. Daniels
  • Trends in Pediatric Chair Sex Distribution and Tenure over Time: A Survey of 714 Pediatric Chairs from the Association of Medical School Pediatric Department Chairs June 1, 2019
    The Board of Directors of the Association of Medical School Pediatric Department Chairs (AMSPDC) convenes semiannually to discuss issues relevant to the membership of the organization. At the meeting in 2015, members of the Board expressed concerns about whether the proportion of female chairs was growing apace with the increasing number of women in pediatrics […]
    Edie Weller, Richard Jacobs, Valerie P. Opipari, Robert W. Wilmott, Gary Fleisher
  • Making the Consult Interaction More Than a Transaction: Helping Fellows Be Better Teachers and Residents Be Better Learners June 1, 2019
    The pediatric patient admitted to an academic medical center has become increasingly complex,1 often requiring multispecialty care and inpatient consultations. Communication during consultations most frequently occurs between trainees, specifically a subspecialty consultant fellow and a resident on the primary team requesting the consultation.2 This interaction, in which the resident has a question for the fellow […]
    Ariel S. Winn, Diane E.J. Stafford, Eli M. Miloslavsky, Jakob I. McSparron, Amit S. Grover, Debra Boyer