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The modern method of an anti-inflammatory strengthening, the cytoprotective and moisturizing effects of the local therapy among children with an allergic rhinitis

SOVREMENNAYA PEDIATRIYA.2014.6(62):52–55; doi 10.15574/SP.2014.62.52

The modern method of an anti-inflammatory strengthening, the cytoprotective and moisturizing effects of the local therapy among children with an allergic rhinitis

Ovcharenko L. S., Vertegel A. A., Andrienko T. G., Zhihareva N. V., Samohin I. V., Tkachenko V. 
SI «Zaporizhya Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education Ministry of Health of Ukraine»

There were showed the therapeutic potential of an irrigation therapy using an innovative technologies in the treatment of an allergic rhinitis among children

Key words: children, rhinitis ,treatment, prophylaxis, ectoin.

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