Divroxol

Composition


Lysozyme

Protein contained in many secretions such as saliva, tears, milk and colostrum and plays a key role in the fixation and transport of iron, a process necessary for the growth and development of pathogens. It has antimicrobial activity both bactericidal and fungicidal. In association with lactic ferments it hinders the growth of pathogenic bacteria without altering the growth of normal intestinal bacterial flora.

RSS The Journal of Pediatrics

  • Behavioral and Emotional Disorders in Children during the COVID-19 Epidemic April 3, 2020
    Since December 2019, health systems around the globe have struggled with an increasing number of cases of a viral respiratory syndrome that emerged in China. The cause is a new strain in the coronavirus family, provisionally named 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV)1, SARS-CoV-2 or COVID-19.2
    Wen Yan Jiao, Lin Na Wang, Juan Liu, Shuan Feng Fang, Fu Yong Jiao, Massimo Pettoello-Mantovani, Eli Somekh
  • A Bidirectional Analysis of Feeding Practices and Eating Behaviors in Parent/Child Dyads from Low-Income and Minority Households April 1, 2020
    To prospectively examine the bidirectional relationship between parental feeding practices (eg, instrumental feeding, encouragement to eat) and child eating behaviors (eg, food responsiveness, emotional eating) in low-income, ethnically diverse preschool children over a 3-year period.
    Jerica M. Berge, Jonathan Miller, Sara Veblen-Mortenson, Alicia Kunin-Batson, Nancy E. Sherwood, Simone A. French
  • Heart Rate Determination in Newborns at Risk for Resuscitation in a Low-Resource Setting: A Randomized Controlled Trial March 25, 2020
    To compare 2 different methods (auscultation with a stethoscope and umbilical cord palpation) of heart rate (HR) estimation in newborns at risk for resuscitation in a low-resource setting.
    Francesco Cavallin, Maria Sofia Cori, Senait Negash, Gaetano Azzimonti, Giovanni Vento, Giovanni Putoto, Daniele Trevisanuto
  • Early Electroencephalogram Background Could Guide Tailored Duration of Monitoring for Neonatal Encephalopathy Treated with Therapeutic Hypothermia March 25, 2020
    To evaluate whether features of the early electroencephalographic (EEG) background could guide the optimal duration of continuous video EEG monitoring for seizure detection in newborn infants treated with therapeutic hypothermia for hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE).
    Giulia M. Benedetti, Rebecca J. Vartanian, Harlan McCaffery, Renée A. Shellhaas
  • Periocular Tinea Faciei March 11, 2020
    A 6-year-old boy living in a farming household presented to dermatology clinic for evaluation of worsening rash on the right eyelid. He had developed an erythematous plaque with a peripheral scale on the right lower eyelid 2 months prior (Figure 1, A). He was initially diagnosed with eyelid eczema and treated with hydrocortisone and moisturizer. The rash […]
    Morgan Amigo, Nima Milani-Nejad, Joy Mosser-Goldfarb
  • A Plum-Colored Reticular Birthmark in a Neonate March 11, 2020
    A healthy, full-term girl presented at age 16 days for assessment of a birthmark. The mother had a normal pregnancy and took no medications. She denied arthralgias or other symptoms concerning for connective tissue disease. By history, the birthmark was asymptomatic, and its appearance remained unchanged despite alterations in ambient temperature. On physical examination, the right […]
    Michael A. Cardis, Robert A. Silverman
  • Maternal Autoimmune Disorders and Risk of Kawasaki Disease in Offspring March 11, 2020
    We assessed the association between maternal autoimmune disorders and offspring risk of Kawasaki disease in a longitudinal cohort of 792 108 newborns. We found that maternal autoimmune disorders, especially autoimmune thyroiditis, may be risk factors for Kawasaki disease in children, particularly young children.
    Sabrina Belkaibech, Brian J. Potter, Harb Kang, Ga Eun Lee, Marianne Bilodeau-Bertrand, Nathalie Auger
  • Management of Atopic Dermatitis in Children Younger Than Two Years of Age by Community Pediatricians: A Survey and Chart Review March 11, 2020
    To characterize primary care providers' (PCPs) practice patterns for atopic dermatitis (AD) in children
    Anna B. Fishbein, Noor Hamideh, Jennifer Lor, Sharon Zhao, Lacey Kruse, Maryann Mason, Adolfo Ariza, Liliana Bolanos, Jonathan Necheles, Bennett Kaye
  • Epidemiology and Risk Factors for Community Associated Clostridioides difficile in Children March 11, 2020
    To assess which risk factors are associated with community-associated Clostridioides difficile infection (CDI) in children.
    Margot Miranda-Katz, Deepika Parmar, Rebecca Dang, Amy Alabaster, Tara L. Greenhow
  • Hydroxyurea Exposure in Lactation: a Pharmacokinetics Study (HELPS) March 11, 2020
    Lactation is contraindicated for women with sickle cell anemia receiving hydroxyurea therapy, despite sparse pharmacokinetics data. In 16 women who were lactating volunteers, we documented hydroxyurea transferred into breastmilk with a relative infant dosage of 3.4%, which is below the recommended 5%-10% safety threshold. Breastfeeding should be permitted for women taking daily oral hydroxyurea.
    Russell E. Ware, Anu Marahatta, Julie L. Ware, Kathryn McElhinney, Min Dong, Alexander A. Vinks