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Probiotics’ efficacy in paediatric diseases: which is the evidence? A critical review on behalf of the Italian Society of Pediatrics.

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Martinelli, M., Banderali, G., Bobbio, M. et al. Probiotics’ efficacy in paediatric diseases: which is the evidence? A critical review on behalf of the Italian Society of Pediatrics. Ital J Pediatr 46, 104 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13052-020-00862-z

Los probióticos deben estar presentes en una cantidad razonable, al menos, 1 X 109 CFU (por sus siglas en inglés) para garantizar el paso por el tracto digestivo y propiciar beneficios a la salud. Se entiende por probióticos a los “microorganismos vivos que cuando se consumen en cantidades adecuadas confieren un beneficio en la salud del huésped”.

Objetivo:

Resumir la evidencia actual sobre los efectos de los probióticos en distintas enfermedades tales como la enterocolitis necrosante, la diarrea infecciosa aguda, las alergias y los trastornos gastrointestinales funcionales.

Principales contribuciones:
  • Resalta la importancia de considerar la diversidad en la taxonomía de los probióticos para aumentar el entendimiento de su efecto en las enfermedades.
  • El uso de LGG o la combinación de B. infantis Bb-02, B. lactis, Bb-12, y S. thermophilus TH-4, muestran efectos positivos en la etapa 2 y 3 de la enterocolitis necrosante
Conclusiones:

Pese a la vasta evidencia sobre el efecto de los probióticos en la salud, aún existen diversos criterios para definirlos; es necesario apegarse a las normas internacionales que los definen para emitir recomendaciones correctas sobre su consumo.

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