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Saint Sauveur Pharmaceuticals organized a scientific day on “The first 1000 days to change a life” and “Corticosteroid therapy in pediatrics”.

As part of the continuing education of its prospects, Saint Sauveur Pharmaceuticals organized a scientific day on Saturday April 24, 2021 in the international conference room of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Kinshasa.

The theme was: “The first 1000 days to change a life” and “Corticosteroid therapy in pediatrics”.

The scientific morning was an opportunity to remind people that the risk for children suffering from chronic malnutrition between conception and the 2nd birthday is to accumulate stunted growth which will have negative impacts on their future motor and cognitive development.

Organized in partnership with :

  • NUTRISET, a French company whose activity is the research, development, production and distribution of specific nutritional foods intended to treat and prevent the various forms of malnutrition in the world.

Organized in collaboration with :

  • SOPECOD Société des Pédiatres de la RD. Congo
  • SATA Sauthem African Training Agency

Program :

  • Welcoming guests, word of welcome, word of the occasion and word of introduction.
    Protocols: Mr. Nader Chami, Ph. Abity Tungulu, Prof. Dr. Dobi Mabiala.
  • Presentation 1: Inaugural lesson: Perinatal chronobiology and oxidative stress. “By Prof. Dr. Longo Mbenza B.
  • Presentation 2: “The First 1000 Days to Change a Life.” by Prof. Dr. Thérèse Biselele B.
  • Presentation 3: “Presentation of ENOV products” by Mr Mayingila Guichard.
  • Presentation 4: Discussion with moderator.
  • Presentation 5: “Corticosteroid therapy in pediatrics.” by Prof. Ph. Mesia Kahunu Gauthier.
  • Presentation 6: “Place of corticosteroid therapy in the management of asthma in pediatrics.” by Prof. Dr. Aketi Loukia Lucie.
  • Presentation 7: “Place of corticosteroid therapy in the management of nephretic syndrome in pediatrics.” by Prof. Dr. Ekulu Mfutu Pépé.
  • Presentation 8: “Place of steroidal and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in the management of ENT disorders in children.” by Prof. Dr. Nyembwe T. Dieudonné.
  • Presentation 9: Presentation of the Saint Sauveur range by Ph. Dr. Lesako Yves.
  • Presentation 10: Discussions and exchanges with moderator.
  • Presentation 12: Awarding of patents by the Organizing Committee.
  • Closing remarks by Mr. Nader Chami.
  • Buffet by the Spoudazo catering service..

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Saint-Sauveur donates 2 tonnes of medicine to “Denise Nyakeru Tshisekedi Foundation”.

One of the priority of the First Lady of the Country is the care of people suffering from sickle cell anemia. The Denise Nyakeru Tshisekedi Foundation revolves around 4 axes: health, education, the empowerment of women and the fight against violence against women.

On December 19, 2019, Saint-Sauveur donated 2 tonnes of European specialty medicines to the Denise Nyakeru Tshisekedi Foundation. The drugs were delivered to the “Centre de Médecine Mixte et d’Anémie SS (Hopital Mabanga)” specializing in the care of sickle cell anemia.

Recall that 20 million Congolese are carriers of the sickle cell gene and can transmit the disease to their children. Sickle cell anemia is a genetic disorder affecting the hemoglobin in red blood cells. It is mainly manifested by anemia, painful attacks and increased susceptibility to infections. Although the life expectancy of patients has been increased – thanks to the development of treatments – these do not fully cure the disease.


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Saint Sauveur donates pharmaceuticals for Mbuba victims.

06/10/2018, national road Matadi Kinshasa, village of Mbuba.

A tank truck carrying gasoline struck another truck, causing a terrible explosion followed by a serious fire.

There are about fifty dead and a hundred wounded.

Immediately, Saint Sauveur provides relief to the victims with a donation of pharmaceuticals to the Central Warehouse of the Ministry of Health in the DRC.



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VIDEOS: Saint Sauveur organizes the first symposium on “oxidative stress” in the DRC.

24/11/2018, from 09 to 16H, at the Salon Rouge of the “Ministère des Affaires étrangères et Intégration régionale” Kinshasa.

As part of continuing education for better management of pathologies for which oxidative stress is a cause and / or consequence.

In collaboration with LOMO Medical, Southern African Training Academy (SATA) and University Clinics of Kinshasa





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