• Use of prophylactic phytocylinders with a lipophilic complex of rose hips and chamomile extract for the anal fissures and constipation treatment in children
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Use of prophylactic phytocylinders with a lipophilic complex of rose hips and chamomile extract for the anal fissures and constipation treatment in children

PAEDIATRIC SURGERY.UKRAINE.2018.1(58):98-100; doi 10.15574/PS.2018.58.98

Kritskyi I. O., Goshchinskyi P. V., Kritskyi T. I., Vorontsova T. O., Synytska V. O., Gorishnii І. М., Vitenko I. M.
SHEI «Gorbachevskyi Ternopil State Medical University of MoH of Ukraine», Ternopil, Ukraine

Objective – to study the efficacy of prophylactic phytocylinders with a lipophilic complex of rose hips and chamomile extract (Scientific and Production LLC «Zhitomirbioprodukt») in children with anal fissures and constipation.
Material and methods. The comprehensive examination and treatment of 42 children with anal fissures and constipation were performed. The first group included 20 (47.6%) children who received the prophylactic phytocylinders with a lipophilic complex of rose hips and chamomile extract during 10 days every day in the form of rectal suppositories 1–2 times per day. The second group comprised 22 (52.4%) children who received standard treatment according to the protocol.
Results and conclusions. Against the background of the comprehensive treatment for anal fissures and constipation with the prophylactic phytocylinders with a lipophilic complex of rose hips and chamomile extract, there was a more pronounced treatment efficacy in comparison with basic therapy alone. This justifies the necessity of their use in children with this pathology.
Key words: phytocylinders, anal fissure, treatment, children.

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