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Źródła i rola mikrobioty mleka kobiecego. Przegląd literatury

Data publikacji: 28.08.2017

Zdrowie Publiczne i Zarządzanie, 2017, Tom 15, Numer 2, s. 178 - 180

https://doi.org/10.4467/20842627OZ.17.017.6787

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Anna Kotlińska
Bank Mleka Kobiecego przy Szpitalu Położniczo-Ginekologicznym UJASTEK, Kraków
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Hubert Huras
Klinika Położnictwa i Perinatologii, Uniwersytet Jagielloński Collegium Medicum, Kraków
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Abstrakt

Breastfeeding is the healthiest way to feed newborns and infants. Breast milk is a unique biological fluid, a source of nutrients, immune factors and bacterial flora. Although we know breast milk is one of the factors influencing bacterial flora of the newborn's gastrointestinal tract, the diversity of factors affecting the composition of the microbiota and the biological role of bacteria in human milk is poorly understood. There are several potential factors that influence the composition of the flora of breast milk: immunological disorder of the mother, her diet, antibiotic treatments, birth type, and lactation duration. Currently, there are three known hypothesis about how milk becomes colonized: bacterial transfer from the mother's intestines (endogenous road), colonization after exposure to the bacteria in the birth canal during delivery and the transfer of bacteria from the skin to the breast during breastfeeding. Further research is needed to confirm the validity of the presented hypotheses

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Informacje

Informacje: Zdrowie Publiczne i Zarządzanie, 2017, s. 178 - 180

Typ artykułu: Oryginalny artykuł naukowy

Tytuły:

Angielski:

The sources and function of microbiota in breast milk. A review of literature

Autorzy

Bank Mleka Kobiecego przy Szpitalu Położniczo-Ginekologicznym UJASTEK, Kraków

Klinika Położnictwa i Perinatologii, Uniwersytet Jagielloński Collegium Medicum, Kraków

Publikacja: 28.08.2017

Status artykułu: Otwarte __T_UNLOCK

Licencja: CC BY-NC-ND  ikona licencji

Udział procentowy autorów:

Anna Kotlińska (Autor) - 50%
Hubert Huras (Autor) - 50%

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