The optimal management of chickenpox in children is a controversial issue, at least in Europe. This study was designed to describe chickenpox in children and its reported management by pediatricians working for the National Health Service in the Latium region of Italy.

Volpi, A., Gentile, G., Pica, F., Suligoi, B. (2002). Antiviral treatment of varicella in pediatric practice in the Latium region of Italy: results of an observational study. THE PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS DISEASE JOURNAL, 21(8), 739-743 [10.1097/01.inf.0000024002.47637.f3].

Antiviral treatment of varicella in pediatric practice in the Latium region of Italy: results of an observational study

VOLPI, ANTONIO;PICA, FRANCESCA;
2002

Abstract

The optimal management of chickenpox in children is a controversial issue, at least in Europe. This study was designed to describe chickenpox in children and its reported management by pediatricians working for the National Health Service in the Latium region of Italy.
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Settore MED/07 - Microbiologia e Microbiologia Clinica
Settore MED/17 - Malattie Infettive
English
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Questionnaires; Pediatrics; Humans; Chickenpox; Child; Antiviral Agents; Italy; Child, Preschool; Acyclovir; Community-Acquired Infections; Practice Guidelines as Topic; Time Factors; Female; Male
Volpi, A., Gentile, G., Pica, F., Suligoi, B. (2002). Antiviral treatment of varicella in pediatric practice in the Latium region of Italy: results of an observational study. THE PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS DISEASE JOURNAL, 21(8), 739-743 [10.1097/01.inf.0000024002.47637.f3].
Volpi, A; Gentile, G; Pica, F; Suligoi, B
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