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СТРАТЕГИЯ ФОРМИРОВАНИЯ ТОЛЕРАНТНОСТИ У ДЕТЕЙ С ПИЩЕВОЙ АЛЛЕРГИЕЙ

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Формирование пищевой толерантности – это ключевой вопрос лечения и профилактики пищевой аллергии у детей. В работе подробно обсуждаются факторы, способствующие формированию толерантности, иммунологические механизмы формирования пищевой толерантности, возможности профилактики пищевой аллергии. Рассматривается тактика введения прикормов у детей с пищевой аллергией. Анализируется механизм профилактического действия частичных гидролизных молочных смесей. На основании анализа литературы определено значение пробиотиков и пребиотиков в формировании толерантности к пищевым продуктам. Показано, что расшифровка механизмов формирования толерантности на основные продукты питания может позволить ускорить достижение ремиссии различных проявлений пищевой аллергии у детей и индивидуализировать элиминационную диету.

 

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Г. А. Новик
Санкт-Петербургский государственный педиатрический медицинский университет, Российская Федерация
Россия

доктор медицинских наук, профессор, заведующий кафедрой педиатрии им. И.М. Воронцова ФПКиПП СПбГПМУ



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Новик Г.А. СТРАТЕГИЯ ФОРМИРОВАНИЯ ТОЛЕРАНТНОСТИ У ДЕТЕЙ С ПИЩЕВОЙ АЛЛЕРГИЕЙ. Вопросы современной педиатрии. 2015;14(1):70-77. https://doi.org/10.15690/vsp.v14i1.1265

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Novik G.A. STRATEGY OF FOOD TOLERANCE DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN WITH FOOD ALLERGY. Current Pediatrics. 2015;14(1):70-77. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.15690/vsp.v14i1.1265

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