CALGARY – Two studies released by Calgary University suggest that children give probiotics to; The decline of intimidating diseases makes no difference.
Dr Stephen Freedman from the University's Cumming Medicine School was part of the two projects, one in the United States and the other in Canada. They looked at her & # 39; The impact given to hundreds of children brought into emergency sectors by sending and sending them; diarrhea.
"I thought it was very important to answer this question because the range of probiotics is growing and we will see more and more of it, "said Freedman, an emergency room payroll.
"I was hoping it would be good, as a physician, as a parent with two children who had been diagnosed with diarrhea, I would like to have a medicine option We give and recommend that this is based on strong evidence Post-
"The evidence does not support their use."
Probiotics are the bacteria alive and the meat that says they are good for the excavation system. They can be found in invitations and some foods such as yogurt.
Freedman did a Canadian 1 1/2 year study involving nearly 900 children from six towns. He was also the principal researcher of a 10-year equivalent three-year project, led by Dr. David Schnadower in the US who examined nearly 1,000 young people.
The results of the two inspections are published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Inspectors showed children between three months and four years who suffered from gastroenteritis. Each study looked at a different strain of probiotics.
Canada's study aimed at children with marks for less than 72 hours. The timetable for American children was extended to seven days.
Some of the children received probiotics, another playground.
The study found that there was no change in probiotics for children – these symptoms did not go down or did not grow faster.
"Over these two numbers, both countries, both agents, we did not get a difference," said Freedman.
He decided not to say that children have to be a waste of time, but he said he could be expensive and his / her; recommends that it is up to parents to decide.
"They should consider the benefits and disagreements. The parents are good news that they are very safe."