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СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ДОКАЗАТЕЛЬНЫЕ ДАННЫЕ ЭФФЕКТИВНОСТИ ПРИМЕНЕНИЯ LACTOBACILLUS RHAMNOSUS GG И BIFIDOBACTERIUM LACTIS ВB-12 В ПЕДИАТРИЧЕСКОЙ ПРАКТИКЕ

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Аннотация

В настоящее время достаточно широко распространено профилактическое и терапевтическое применение пробиотиков при самых различных патологических состояниях, однако доказанной эффективностью они обладают лишь при некоторых заболеваниях. В данном обзоре представлены сведения об эффективности использования двух пробиотических микроорганизмов (L. rhamnosus GG и B. lactis Вb-12) в педиатрической практике. Суммированы имеющиеся на сегодняшний день доказательные данные относительно эффективности использования пробиотиков для лечения острой диареи, профилактики антибиотик-ассоциированной диареи и нозокомиальных инфекций, определено место L. rhamnosus GG и B. lactis Вb-12 в профилактике инфекций дыхательных путей и ЖКТ у детей, рассмотрено лечебное и профилактическое использование пробиотиков при аллергических заболеваниях и других нозологических формах. Отдельное внимание уделено вопросам безопасности пробиотиков.

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И. В. Андреева
НИИ антимикробной химиотерапии Смоленской государственной медицинской академии
Россия

Контактная информация: Андреева Ирина Вениаминовна, старший научный сотрудник, доцент, кандидат медицинских наук Адрес: 214019, Смоленск, ул. Крупской, д. 28, а/я 5, тел.: (4812) 61-13-01, e-mail: Irina.Andreeva@antibiotic.ru



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Андреева И.В. СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ДОКАЗАТЕЛЬНЫЕ ДАННЫЕ ЭФФЕКТИВНОСТИ ПРИМЕНЕНИЯ LACTOBACILLUS RHAMNOSUS GG И BIFIDOBACTERIUM LACTIS ВB-12 В ПЕДИАТРИЧЕСКОЙ ПРАКТИКЕ. Вопросы современной педиатрии. 2011;10(1):50-57.

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Andreyeva I.V. EVIDENCE-BASED DATA ON EFFECTIVENESS OF LACTOBACILLUS RHAMNOSUS GG AND BIFIDOBACTERIUM LACTIS ВB-12 IN PEDIATRIC PRACTICE. Current Pediatrics. 2011;10(1):50-57. (In Russ.)

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