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Tijdschrift voor kindergeneeskunde

, Volume 72, Issue 3, pp 128–133 | Cite as

Neonatale enterovirusinfecties, een case report en nieuwe mogelijkheden voor diagnostiek en behandeling

  • M. W. M. Eling
  • A. H. Cromme-Dijkhuis
  • C. M. P. Buysse
  • N. G. Hartwig
  • A. C. T. M. Vossen
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Samenvatting

Een neonaat wordt beschreven met een ernstig verlopen enterovirusinfectie die restloos herstelde, aansluitend aan intensieve ondersteunende therapie, immunoglobulinen en pleconaril, een nog niet geregistreerd anti-picornavirusmiddel. De laatste ontwikkelingen met betrekking tot de diagnostiek en behandeling van enterovirusinfecties in het algemeen worden besproken en er wordt een kritische blik geworpen op het gevoerde beleid.

Summary

We describe a neonate with a complicated enterovirusinfection, which made a full recovery after intensive care treatment, immunoglobulines and pleconaril, a new and on compassionate use available antiviral drug against picornaviruses. New developments on diagnostics and treatment are discussed and a critical view of the therapy used in this case is given.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. W. M. Eling
    • 1
  • A. H. Cromme-Dijkhuis
  • C. M. P. Buysse
  • N. G. Hartwig
  • A. C. T. M. Vossen
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