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Роль и место смесей на основе частично гидролизованных белков в питании доношенных детей: пищеварительный комфорт и предупреждение аллергии

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Продолжающийся рост числа случаев развития аллергических болезней и высокая распространенность явлений пищеварительного дискомфорта у детей раннего возраста объясняют интерес педиатров, аллергологов и гастроэнтерологов к разработке и оптимизации диетологических методов профилактики и коррекции данной патологии. В статье обсуждаются современные представления о роли смесей на основе частично гидролизованных белков в питании доношенных детей для коррекции наиболее часто встречающихся функциональных расстройств пищеварения, первичной профилактики аллергии, а также их место в ступенчатой диетотерапии пищевой аллергии. Представлено описание молекулярной характеристики белков коровьего молока и свойств его аллергенов, а также описаны особенности создания и производства смесей на основе частично гидролизованных белков.

Об авторах

Н. Б. Мигачёва
Самарский государственный медицинский университет
Россия

Мигачёва Наталья Бегиевна, кандидат медицинских наук, доцент кафедры педиатрии Института профессионального образования

443099, Самара, ул. Чапаевская, д. 89



Е. М. Мухаметова
Первый Московский государственный медицинский университет им. И.М. Сеченова (Сеченовский Университет)
Россия
Москва


Е. Г. Макарова
Северо-Западный государственный медицинский университет им. И.И. Мечникова; ООО «НЕСТЛЕ РОССИЯ»
Россия

Санкт-Петербург;

Москва



С. Е. Украинцев
ООО «НЕСТЛЕ РОССИЯ»
Россия
Москва


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Мигачёва Н.Б., Мухаметова Е.М., Макарова Е.Г., Украинцев С.Е. Роль и место смесей на основе частично гидролизованных белков в питании доношенных детей: пищеварительный комфорт и предупреждение аллергии. Вопросы современной педиатрии. 2020;19(4):279-290. https://doi.org/10.15690/vsp.v19i4.2135

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Migacheva N.B., Mukhametova E.M., Makarova E.G., Ukraintsev S.E. The Role and Place of Partially Hydrolysed Protein Infant Formulas in the Nutrition of Full-term Children: Digestive Comfort and Allergy Prevention. Current Pediatrics. 2020;19(4):279-290. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.15690/vsp.v19i4.2135

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