The Efficiency of Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GG Probiotic in Complex Treatment of Food Allergy at the Background of Pancreas Pathology in Young Children
In recent years the prevalence of food allergy in children of younger age has become increasingly widespread. For today, secondary pancreatic insufficiency manifested by relative pancreatic insufficiency, is the second largest pathology caused by food allergens. The aim of the study was to prove and substantiate the efficacy of Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GG (LGG) in the combined therapy of food allergy, occurring against the background of pancreatic pathology in young children. There were observed 54 children, which were divided into two groups: the main group received complex treatment with LGG and the comparison group received traditional therapy. The results of the study indicated the beneficial effect of LGG on the clinical course of symptoms (pain, dyspeptic, asthenoneurotic symptoms), reduction of skin allergic reactions combined with functional pancreatic pathology (dysfunction of Oddi’s sphincter via the pancreatic type) with the signs of pancreatic relative insufficiency in children with food allergies. Catamnesis data indicate a longer period of remission when a treatment scheme included LGG.
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