Vitamin D deficiency in the system "mother - placenta - fetus"
Advances in perinatal medicine, which has been rapidly developing in recent decades, have led to a significant increase in the survival rate of premature babies with very low and extremely…

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The child goes to a mass event, after which it is very likely that he will get ARVI.
There are no more effective ways to prevent acute respiratory viral infections than careful hygiene, regular irrigation of the nose with saline, constant ventilation of the room while maintaining normal…

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Phenotypic classification of rhinitis and basic principles of therapy
It is well known that the nose performs respiratory, protective, resonant and olfactory functions. Free nasal breathing causes positive and negative pressure in the chest and abdominal cavities. When breathing…

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considered as a risk factor

Children and immunity

Immunity is passive in nature and is provided by maternal antibodies. At the same time, its own immune system is in a state of suppression. The phagocytosis system is not developed. The newborn shows little resistance to opportunistic, pyogenic, gram-negative flora. A tendency to generalization of microbial-inflammatory processes, to septic conditions is characteristic. The child is very sensitive to viral infections, against which he is not protected by maternal antibodies. Approximately on the 5th day of life, the first cross in the white blood formula takes place and the absolute and relative predominance of lymphocytes is established.

The second critical period is due to the destruction of maternal antibodies. The primary immune response to infection penetrates through the synthesis of class M immunoglobulins and leaves no immunological memory. Continue reading

Is it possible to prevent the consequences of congenital cytomegalovirus infection?
Congenital CMVI is one of the most common intrauterine infections in the world and occurs on average in 0.2–2.5% of live births, and in developed countries, in 0.6–0.7% of newborns.…

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Acute Mesadenitis: A Pediatrician's Look
Mesadenitis, or mesenteric lymphadenitis, mesenteritis - inflammation of the lymph nodes of the mesentery - is often the cause of acute pain abdominal syndrome in children. Diagnosis and treatment of…

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Center for Pediatrics
Kidney diseases are treated using modern methods - according to the latest literature. Pediatric nephrologists take part in scientific studies, write popular science articles on children's kidney diseases, and have…

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Pills are not toys
The term "antibiotic" in the literal translation looks very ominous: "anti" - against, "bio" - life. Opponent of life, in short. Fortunately, this is not about life in general, but…

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