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ONCE AGAIN ABOUT ANTIFEBRILES

Abstract

The article deals with urgent questions of the rational application of antifebriles among children. The author provides modern data on the efficiency and safety of antifebriles applied in pediatric practices.
Key words: fever, antifebriles, paracetamol, ibuprofen, children.

About the Author

V.К. Tatochenko
Scientific center of children health, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Moscow
Russian Federation


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Tatochenko V. ONCE AGAIN ABOUT ANTIFEBRILES. Current Pediatrics. 2007;6(2):128-130. (In Russ.)

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