Had a lower incidence of late-onset sepsis mer.

Milk protein supplement may help prevent sepsis in Very Low Birth-Weight InfantsVery low birth weight infants the milk protein the milk protein lactoferrin alone or in combination with a probiotic, had a lower incidence of late-onset sepsis, according to a study in 7th October issue of JAMA. – ‘Infections are the leading cause of death in premature infants and a major threat to the poor performance,’the authors write. Late-onset sepsis, ie, infections that occur after the perinatal period , especially in hospital and affect 21 % of very low birth weight neonates , according to background information in the article mer . Bovine lactoferrin inhibits the growth of a variety of bacteria, fungi and viruses, and has been shown to exhibit even higher in vitro antimicrobial activity than human lactoferrin. Whether lactoferrin can of sepsis of sepsis is unknown. In animal experiments, improved the probiotic Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG , the activity of lactoferrin but not in infants studied.

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