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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 Adaptive Effect of Illness-Specific Panic-Fear on Asthma Outcomes in Mexican and Puerto Rican Children July 15, 2019
    To examine baseline measures of illness-specific panic-fear (ie, the level of anxiety experienced specifically during asthma exacerbations) as a protective factor in pediatric asthma outcomes over a 1-year period.
    Jonathan M. Feldman, Karenjot Kaur, Denise Serebrisky, Deepa Rastogi, Flavio F. Marsiglia, Kimberly J. Arcoleo
  • Reply July 12, 2019
    We thank Drs Bechard and Mehta for their interest in our study regarding body habitus and the risk of death for children with sepsis. We agree that children with obesity are a vulnerable group and face many challenges in an intensive care unit setting in a great number of aspects of care. However, we disagree […]
    Patrick A. Ross, Anoopindar K. Bhalla
  • Decompressive Fasciotomy in an Extremely Preterm Newborn with Compartment Syndrome July 12, 2019
    A preterm newborn boy (birth weight 650 g) was born at 256/7 weeks of gestational age; premature rupture of membranes occurred 84 hours before delivery, which was performed by emergency caesarean delivery because of transverse lie and evidence of the left lower limb in the vagina. Antepartum betamethasone treatment was completed. At birth, the child was intubated and […]
    Gilda Belli, Giuseppe Cucca, Luca Filippi
  • When Acute Stridor Is More Than Croup July 11, 2019
    A 9-month-old girl with a history of prematurity at 25 weeks of gestation and neonatal intensive care unit stay with multiple prior intubations presented for hospital readmission due to stridor. During initial hospitalization she required noninvasive continuous positive airway pressure, helium-oxygen mixture, and racemic epinephrine for severity of symptoms. Neck radiograph was positive for “steeple […]
    Marc R. Miller, Shannon F. Vitone, Eleanor P. Kiell, Nicholas M. Potisek
  • DNA Viremia Is Associated with Hyperferritinemia in Pediatric Sepsis July 11, 2019
    To evaluate the relationship between detection of DNA viruses, ferritin, and outcomes in children with severe sepsis.
    Dennis W. Simon, E. Scott Halstead, Sam Davila, Kate F. Kernan, Robert S.B. Clark, Gregory Storch, Joseph A. Carcillo
  • Dancing Eyes July 11, 2019
    A 25-month-old boy presented with abnormal eye movements, a history of myoclonic jerks progressing to near-continuous tremulousness, and unsteadiness of gait for the last month. He also had irritability, reduced sleep, and feeding difficulties. He was born to nonconsanguineous parents, had a smooth perinatal transition, and was developmentally normal before this presentation. Examination revealed normal […]
    Amrit Kaur, Chandana Bhagwat, Priyanka Madaan, Lokesh Saini, Anmol Bhatia, Harmandeep Singh, Naveen Sankhyan
  • Identifying Genetic Modifiers in the Age of Exome: Current Considerations July 11, 2019
    Critical congenital heart disease (CHD) refers to structural heart malformations present at birth that require surgical intervention during the first year of life. Despite advances in diagnosis, surgical strategies, and postoperative management, morbidity and mortality remain high for this patient group. Previous studies have identified that clinical variables such as premature birth, age, and body […]
    Lisa J. Martin, D. Woodrow Benson
  • Subcutaneous Nodules in Acute Rheumatic Fever July 10, 2019
    A 15-year-old boy presented with a history of fever, migratory polyarthritis, and progressive dyspnea for 4 weeks. Physical examination revealed multiple, small, subcutaneous nodules over the scalp, extensor surface of the elbows, metacarpophalangeal joints, and dorsum of feet (Figure). Nodules were 0.5-1.5 cm in size, mobile, firm, nontender, and without any erythema or induration. Cardiovascular examination revealed […]
    Amitabh Poonia, Priya Giridhara, Divya Sheoran
  • Small-for-Gestational Age Birth Confers Similar Educational Performance through Middle School July 10, 2019
    To estimate the association between small for gestational age (SGA) at birth and educational performance on standardized testing and disability prevalence in elementary and middle school.
    Karna Murthy, Krzysztof Karbownik, Craig F. Garfield, Gustave H. Falciglia, Jeffrey Roth, David N. Figlio
  • A Total Sarnat Score in Mild Hypoxic-ischemic Encephalopathy Can Detect Infants at Higher Risk of Disability July 10, 2019
    To define mild hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy and distinguish infants at risk of disability in the first 6 hours, this study stratified risk of disability by using early neurologic examination findings of infants enrolled in the Prospective Research for Infants with Mild Encephalopathy cohort. A total Sarnat score of ≥5 when performed at
    Lina F. Chalak, Beverley Adams-Huet, Guilherme Sant'Anna