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

  • Perioperative course and socioeconomic status predict long-term neurodevelopment better than perioperative conventional neuroimaging in children with congenital heart disease August 7, 2022
    To compare the use of neonatal conventional brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with that of clinical factors and socioeconomic status (SES) to predict long-term neurodevelopment in children with severe congenital heart disease (CHD).
    Astrid Neukomm, Melanie Ehrler, Maria Feldmann, Aziz Chaouch, Walter Knirsch, Cornelia Hagmann, Andras Jakab, Beatrice Latal
  • Retinopathy of Megaloblastic Anaemia: Treatable and reversible. August 6, 2022
    A 14-year-old girl presented with yellowish skin for 20 days, dizziness and fatigability for 10 days, limb tingling and numbness for 7 days, fever, chills, and vomiting for 5 days, and intermittent, painless blurry vision bilaterally for 4 days. There were no other symptoms and there was no history of blood transfusion of dyscrasia. . […]
    Lekshmi Sambhu Hema, Pradeep Kumar Gunasekaran, Manjari Tandon, Siyaram Didel, Lokesh Saini, Kuldeep Singh
  • Feeding Difficulty and Poor Somatic Growth After Reparative Cardiac Surgery in Infants With Complex Congenital Heart Disease: Are We Missing Something Important? August 6, 2022
    Proper oral feeding skills lead to normal growth and development and are naturally granted in all healthy infants. Thus, failure to thrive and malnutrition in infants are concerning, and one must look for possible underlying reasons. Feeding difficulty and poor somatic growth due to inability to meet nutritional requirements are frequently encountered in infants with […]
    Takeshi Tsuda, Bahram Kakavand
  • Cardiac Catheterization in Infants with Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia — Beyond Economic Considerations August 6, 2022
    With interest we read the recent article by Yang et al1 on the utility of cardiac catheterization in infants with bronchopulmonary dysplasia-associated pulmonary hypertension (BPD-PH). In line with recent consensus statements, which advocated a judicious use of cardiac catheterization in infants with BPD-PH,2 Yang et al provide a model-based cost-benefit rationale against obligatory invasive diagnostics […]
    Hannes Sallmon, Katharina Meinel, Johannes Nordmeyer, Martin Koestenberger
  • Reply August 6, 2022
    We complemented Dr Sallmon et al for their thoughtful commentary
    Patrick D. Evers, Emily Yang, Paul J. Critser
  • A Pediatric Telemedicine Research Agenda: Another Important Task for Pediatric Chairs August 6, 2022
    Driven in part by revised payment systems and the need to maintain social distancing practices, pediatric telemedicine adoption increased dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic.1 Despite the rapid growth of telemedicine and its appealing features as a tool for pediatric health care delivery, many questions remain unanswered regarding the impact of telemedicine on pediatric health care. […]
    Alexander G. Fiks, Mary Kate Kelly, Uchenna Nwokeji, Janani Ramachandran, Kristin N. Ray, David Gozal
  • Clinical Characteristics of Children with Cerebral Injury Preceding Treatment of Diabetic Ketoacidosis August 6, 2022
    Previous studies identified more severe acidosis and higher blood urea nitrogen (BUN) as risk factors for cerebral injury during diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) treatment in children, however, CI can also occur before DKA treatment. We found that lower pH and higher BUN levels were also associated with CI at presentation.
    Nicole S. Glaser, Kimberly S. Quayle, Julie K. McManemy, Lise E. Nigrovic, Leah Tzimenatos, Michael J. Stoner, Jonathan E. Bennett, Jennifer L. Trainor, Arleta Rewers, Jeff E. Schunk, Sage R. Myers, Maria Y. Kwok, Kathleen M. Brown, Simona Ghetti, T. Charles Casper, Cody S. Olsen, Nathan Kuppermann, for the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN) DKA FLUID Study Group
  • Immature platelet fraction as a biomarker for disease severity in pediatric respiratory Coronavirus Disease 2019 August 6, 2022
    In this retrospective single-institution cohort study of 113 hospitalized pediatric patients with respiratory Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), those admitted to the intensive care unit or requiring mechanical ventilation had significantly higher immature platelet fractions (IPF) than those who did not require ICU-level care or ventilation. IPF may be an accessible biomarker for disease severity in […]
    Nicholas CJ. Lee, Yusuf Kemal Demir, Bilal Ashraf, Ibrahim Ibrahim, Taha Bat, Kathryn E. Dickerson
  • Oscillatory mechanics response to inhaled bronchodilators in very preterm infants: a retrospective study August 6, 2022
    To identify short-term repeatability of forced oscillation technique (FOT) measurement of lung function, assess the lung function response to bronchodilators (BD) by FOT, prove the concept that only some very preterm infants manifest a change in lung mechanics in response to BD.
    Camilla Rigotti, Emanuela Zannin, Chiara Veneroni, Maria Luisa Ventura, Raffaele L. Dellacà
  • Periviable Decision Making in a New Era of Parentage: Ethical and Legal Considerations and Provider Perspectives on Shared Decision-making in Diverse Family Structures August 6, 2022
    To explore providers’ perspectives about decisional authority, conflict resolution, and diverse family structures within the context of periviable delivery (e.g., between 22 and 25 weeks gestation), with the ultimate goal of helping practitioners support, engage, and navigate conflict with parents facing periviable delivery.
    Erika R. Cheng, Seema Mohapatra, Shelley M. Hoffman, Brownsyne Tucker Edmonds