Referencje

Referencje potwierdzające skuteczność preparatu NYDA®

  • Anon (2007): Does dimeticone clear head lice?, Drug Ther. Bull. 45(7):52–5.
  • Burgess I.F. et al. (2007): Randomised, controlled, assessor blind trial comparing 4% dimeticone lotion with 0.5% malathion liquid for head louse infestation, PLoS ONE 2(11): e1127.
  • Burgess I.F. et al. (2008): Randomised, controlled, parallel group clinical trials to evaluate the efficacy of isopropyl myristate/cyclomethicone solution against head lice, Pharm. J. 280: 371–5.
  • Feldmeier H. (2009): Dimeticon-Präparate gegen Kopflausbefall, Deutsche ApothekerZeitung 149 (6), 87-95.
  • Heukelbach J. et al. (2008): A highly efficacious pediculicide based on dimeticone: Randomized observer blinded comparative trial, Bio Med Central, 2008, 8:115.
  • Heukelbach J. et al. (2009): A new two-phase dimeticone pediculicide shows high efficacy in a comparative bioassay, Bio Med Central, 2009, 9:12.
  • Heukelbach J. et al. (2010): Dimeticone-Based Pediculicides: A Physical Approach to Eradicate Head Lice, The Open Dermatology Journal, 2010, 4, 77-81.
  • Heukelbach J. et al. (2011): Ovicidal efficacy of high concentration dimeticone: a new era of head lice treatment, J Am Acad Dermatol 2011: 64; 4, e61-e62.
  • Oliveira F.A.S. et al. (2007): High in vitro efficacy of NYDA® L, a pediculicide containing dimeticone, J. Europ. Acad. Dermatol. Venereol., 21 (10), 1325-1329.
  • Oliveira F.A. S. et al. (2008): In vitro efficacy of five current head lice products, Monatsschr. Kinderheilkd., Band 156, suppl. 1, s. 82.
  • Richling I. i Böckeler W. (2008): Lethal effects of treatment with a special dimeticone formula on insects (Orthoptera, Ensifera: Acheta domestica and Anoplura, Phthiraptera: Pediculus humanus) – Insights into physical mechanisms. Arzneimittelforschung, 2008, 58 (5), s. 248-254.
  • Sonnberg S. et al. (2008): Ovizide Wirksamkeit von over-the-counter Kopflausprodukten, Monatsschr. Kinderheilkd. 2008, Band 156, suppl. 1, s. 82-83.
  • Strycharz J.P. et al. (2012): Ovicidal Response of NYDA Formulations on the Human Head Louse (Anoplura: Pediculidae) Using a Hair Tuft Bioassay, 2012, J. Med. Entomol. 49(2): 336-342.