All Clinical Studies Tagged: endogenous intoxication
A MODERN VIEW ON THE ISSUE OF ENTEROSORPTION: CHOOSING THE OPTIMAL DRUG, 2008
I. G. Paliy, I. G. Reznichenko
Enterosgel also exhibits selectivity towards microorganisms as it actively binds pathogenic and opportunistic microflora though does not inhibit the normal microflora, thus eliminating intestinal dysbiosis.
MODERN ENTEROSORPTION FOR PREVENTING EXACERBATIONS OF CHRONIC PATHOLOGY OF THE UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT IN CHILDREN LIVING IN REGIONS WITH ECOLOGICAL TROUBLE, 2016
T.A. Esaulova, Yu.N. Sharikov, V.Ya. Dzhugostran
The results of the study evidenced high efficiency the course of healing with using the stimulation of lymphatic drainage and modern enterosorption (Enterosgel). This scheme can be recommended for widely used in prevention in children of school age with risk factors for prophylaxis and prevention of respiratory tract diseases progression.