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It can change the pH value of female genital duct, but will not cause dysbacteriosis or drug resistance.
Events in he development of dysbacteriosis of the intestines in man under extreme conditions.
sup][3] Fungal keratitis is the combined result of pathogen and host factors, such as long-term use of broad-spectrum antibiotics, dysbacteriosis in the conjunctival sac, or application of corticosteroids, leading to local hypoimmunity or corneal trauma cases.
Tambem foi observada uma sindromeidentificada como Dysbacteriosis, na qual houve aumento no indice de cama molhada, crescimento exagerado da flora intestinal, ma absorcao, paredes intestinais delgadas e abauladas e queda no desempenho (HUYGHEBAERT et al.
Due to the high titer of live lactic acid bacteria and the presence of biologically active additives (organic iodine compound incorporated in the milk protein molecule) the product may be used for the prophylaxis and treatment of dysbacteriosis and other diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, as well as iodine deficiency disorders.
More recently, applications have been explored outside the digestive area and positive effects were described in atopic dermatitis and vaginal dysbacteriosis.
Among the accompanying diseases (Figure3) basically prevailed dysbacteriosis (in 53 infants) and allergic diseases (diathesis, stomatitis) (at 43 infants).
Dairy products restore the normal intestinal microflora in cases of dysbiosis and dysbacteriosis, facilitating the normalization of biochemical reactions and physiological functions.
62) This means that using multiple different species delivers better odds of reversing the negative effects of dysbacteriosis, a condition where there is an imbalance between good and bad bacteria.