Эффективность рекомбинантного интерферона-альфа в лечении и профилактике ОРВИ

Краснов, В. В.
July 2016
Clinical Practice In Pediatrics/ Voprosy Prakticheskoi Pediatrii;2016, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p44
Academic Journal
Acute respiratory viral infections are the most common diseases of childhood. Interferons play an important role in the first line of defense against viral infections. One of the first-choice interferon-based medications is Grippferon® for intranasal administration. Numerous clinical studies conducted over many years have demonstrated the safety of this medication as well as its therapeutic and preventive efficacy against influenza and ARVI. The medication Grippferon® can be used in people of any age, including infants and pregnant women, regardless of the gestational age.


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