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Effect of the probiotic biostim lbs in acute in toxication after industrial acci dents

Marieta Georgieva, N. Alexandrov

Abstract

A probiotic is a "live microbial food in gredient that, when in gested insufficient quantities, exerts health benefits on the consumer". The profound research of a range of Bulgarian scientists has allowed for the development in the last 15-20 years of original Bulgarian probiotic, milk-acid low-lactose products, united in the Biosim LBS (Lactoflor, Biomilk) series. This survey gives an overview of the effect of probiotic Biostim LBS in acute in toxications after industrial accidents. The mean energy values in kcal of the nutritional therapy applied intravenously and via oral route in 186 patients with intoxications with moderate severity are presented. The data show that Biostim LBS covers a mean energy value of 45.36% of the food applied orally in the group with moderate and 70.86% in the group of patients with severe intoxication. These results have been achieve dowing to the correct choice of therapy which have included mutually additive enteral and parenteral medications. In none of the patients adverse events have been observed regarding the parenteral medications and the enterally introduced Biostim LBS as well. They exerted beneficial effect on the metabolism, improved body energy levels and contributed to the absorption of energy and proteins. A special attention should be paid to the probiotic properties of the viable cells of L. bulgaricus, which favorably influence on the organism of the patients by improvement and regulation of the internal bacterial equilibrium.

Scripta Scientifica Medica 2011;V.43(1):39-41


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14748/ssm.v43i1.406

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Marieta Georgieva
Medical University of Varna
Bulgaria

Department of Preclinical and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology

N. Alexandrov
National Defence Academy
Bulgaria

Department of Toxicology and Alergollogy

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