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results of crops of a feces on a dysbacteriosis

The analysis of results of crops of a feces on a dysbacteriosis has allowed to tap authentic differences: the quantity bifidobaktery and Staphylococcus aureusв to the basic group (OG) was authentically above, than in control group (KG).

The quantity laktobaktery, Citrobacter freundii, Klebsiella pneumoniaeи Klebsiella oxytocaв OG had no authentic differences in comparison with KG. Results of crops of a feces on a dysbacteriosis in OG and KG are presented in table 26.

Table 26. Results of crops of a feces on a dysbacteriosis in OG and KG

Microorganisms OG (n=62) KG

(n=40)

t P
Bifidobakterii 10,750,09 10,200,29 2,11 =0,03
Laktobakterii 6,770,08 6,550,15 1,37 =0,17
Citrobacter freundii 4,500,15 4,000,04 2,63 =0,10
Klebsiella oxytoca 4,770,19 4,700,24 0,23 =0,81
Klebsiella pneumoniae 5,380.21 4,820,20 1,80 =0,07
Staphylococcus aureus 3,410,27 2,150,42 2,62 =0,01

In a drawing 27 the qualitative and quantitative structure of an intestinal microflora according to feces crops on a dysbacteriosis in OG and KG is shown.

Drawing 27. Qualitative and quantitative structure of an intestinal microflora according to feces crops on a dysbacteriosis in OG and KG

We have analysed structure of intestinal microflora OG depending on presence LN (FR with LN and FR without LN). According to feces crops on a dysbacteriosis it is taped, that quantity laktobaktery and Staphylococcus aureusбыло authentically above at FR with LN, than without LN. The quantity bifidobaktery, Citrobacter freundii, Klebsiella pneumoniaeи Klebsiella oxytocaне had authentic differences. Results of crops of a feces on a dysbacteriosis depending on presence LN are presented in table 27.

Table 27. Results of crops of a feces on a dysbacteriosis depending on presence LN

Microorganisms FR with LN

(n=23)

FR without LN

(n=39)

t P
Bifidobakterii 11,00O, 23 10,61O, 15 1,48 =0,14
Laktobakterii 7,000,09 6,640,12 2,10 =0,04
Citrobacter freundii 4,690,30 4,380,17 0,95 =0,34
Klebsiella oxytoca 5,260,40 4,480,19 1,91 =0,06
Klebsiella pneumoniae 5,260,34 5,460,27 0,45 =0,65
Staphylococcus aureus 4,300,13 2,890,41 2,57 =0,01

In a drawing 28 the qualitative and quantitative structure of an intestinal microflora according to feces crops on a dysbacteriosis depending on presence LN is shown.

Drawing 28. Qualitative and quantitative structure of an intestinal microflora depending on presence LN according to feces crops on a dysbacteriosis

The analysis of data of crops of a feces on a dysbacteriosis depending on age has not taped authentic differences at children OG depending on age. However it is taped, that quantity bifidobaktery, laktobaktery, Klebsiella pneumoniaeи Staphylococcus aureusбыло above at the age of 1-2 months, and Citrobacter freundiiи Klebsiella oxytoca - in 3-4 months. Results of crops of a feces on a dysbacteriosis are presented in table 28.


Table 28. Results of crops of a feces on a dysbacteriosis depending on age

Microorganisms 1-2 months

(n=20)

3-4 months

(n=25)

5-6 months

(n=17)

t p
Bifidobakterii 11,000,19 10,640,17 10,640,25 t 1-3=1,41 t 1-5=1,16 t3-5=0,02 =0,16

=0,25

=0,98

Laktobakterii 6,900,10 6,720,13 6,700,20 t1-3=1,02 t 1-5=0,88 t 3-5=0,06 =0,31

=0,38

=0,95

Citrobacter freundii 4,550,30 4,640,26 4,230,23 t1-3=0,22

t 1-5=0,79

t3-5=1,08

=0,82

=0,43

=0,28

Klebsiella oxytoca 4,600,32 5,000,35 4,640,35 t 1_з=0,81 t 1-5=0,09 t3-5=0,68 =0,41

=0,92

=0,49

Klebsiella pneumoniae 5,500,35 5,280,35 5,410,42 t1-3=0,43 t 1-5=0,16 t3-5=0,23 =0,66

=0,87

=0.81

Staphylococcus aureus 4,150,35 3,080,46 3,050,59 t1-3=1,76

t 1-5=1,64

t 3-5=0.02

0,08

=0,10

=0,97

In a drawing 29 the qualitative and quantitative structure of an intestinal microflora depending on age according to feces crops on a dysbacteriosis is shown.

Drawing 29. Qualitative and quantitative structure of an intestinal microflora depending on age according to feces crops on a dysbacteriosis


By results of feces crops on a dysbacteriosis depending on a feeding kind it is taped, that quantity bifidobaktery, laktobaktery and Staphylococcus aureusбыло authentically above at children who are on thoracal feeding. Quantity Citrobacter freundiiбыло authentically above on artificial feeding. Quantity Klebsiella pneumoniaeи Klebsiella oxytocaне had authentic differences depending on a feeding kind. Results of crops of a feces on a dysbacteriosis depending on a feeding kind are presented in table 29.

Table 29. Results of crops of a feces on a dysbacteriosis depending on a feeding kind

Microorganisms The thoracal

Feeding

(n=42)

The artificial

Feeding

(n=20)

t p
Bifidobakterii 10,900,09 10,450,22 2,20 =0,03
Laktobakterii 6,920,07 6,450,19 2,80 =0,007
Citrobacter freundii 4,280,14 4,950,35 2,02 =0,04
Klebsiella oxytoca 4,690,24 4,950,35 0,60 =0,54
Klebsiella pneumoniae 5,610,25 4,900,39 1,59 =0,11
Staphylococcus aureus 3,780,30 2,650,52 1,97 =0,05

In a drawing 30 the qualitative and quantitative structure of an intestinal microflora depending on a kind of feeding according to feces crops on a dysbacteriosis is shown.

Drawing 30. Qualitative and quantitative structure of an intestinal microflora depending on a kind of feeding according to feces crops on a dysbacteriosis

The analysis of results of crops of a feces on a dysbacteriosis depending on presence MKK has shown, that the quantity bifidobaktery and laktobaktery was authentically above at children with MKK. Quantity Citrobacter freundii, Klebsiella oxytoca, Klebsiella pneumoniaeи Staphylococcus aureusне had authentic differences. Results of crops of a feces on a dysbacteriosis depending on presence MKK are presented in table 30.

Table 30. Results of crops of a feces on a dysbacteriosis depending on presence MKK

Microorganisms MKK (n=44) Without MKK (n=18) t P
Bifidobakterii 10,950,04 10,270,30 3,33 =0,001
Laktobakterii 6,950,4 6,330,24 3,67 =0,001
Citrobacter freundii 4,680,21 4,050,05 1,84 =0,07
Klebsiella oxytoca 4,810,24 4,660,33 0,34 =0,73
Klebsiella pneumoniae 5,400,25 5,330,40 0,16 =0,87
Staphylococcus aureus 3,520.31 3,160,57 0,58 =0,56


In a drawing 31 the qualitative and quantitative structure of an intestinal microflora depending on presence MKK according to feces crops on a dysbacteriosis is shown.

Drawing 31. Qualitative and quantitative structure of an intestinal microflora depending on presence MKK according to feces crops on a dysbacteriosis

Thus, the quantity bifidobaktery at children OG, according to feces crops on a dysbacteriosis, was within norm, above at children with LN (11,000,23 WHICH/G) and at the age of 1-2 months (11,000,19 WHICH/G). The quantity laktobaktery in investigated groups was within norm, above at children with LN (7,000,09 WHICH/G). Quantity Citrobacter freundiiбыло raised in all groups, above at children on artificial feeding (4,950,35 WHICH/G). Quantity Klebsiella oxytoca was raised in all groups, above at children with LN (5,260,40 WHICH/G). Quantity Klebsiella pneumoniaeбыло raised in all groups, above at children on thoracal feeding (5,610,25 WHICH/G). Staphylococcus aureusобнаружен in all groups, with the greatest quantity at children with LN (4,300,13 WHICH/G). In a drawing 32 the qualitative and quantitative structure of an intestinal microflora according to feces crops on a dysbacteriosis is shown.


Drawing 32. Qualitative and quantitative structure of an intestinal microflora in investigated groups according to feces crops on a dysbacteriosis

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Scientific source KUBALOVA Saida Sultanovna. CLINICAL VALUE LAKTAZNOJ of INSUFFICIENCY And MICROBIC DISTURBANCES AT FUNCTIONAL DISORDERS of the GASTROENTERIC TRACT At CHILDREN of EARLY AGE. The dissertation on competition of a scientific degree of the candidate of medical sciences. St.-Petersburg - 2014. 2014

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  1. THE TABLE OF CONTENTS
  2. diagnostics of functional disorders of a gastroenteric tract at children of early age
  3. the clinical characteristic of groups
  4. results of crops of a feces on a dysbacteriosis
  5. a comparative estimation of results of crops of a feces on a dysbacteriosis and PTSR a feces
  6. Chapter 7 DISCUSSION of RESULTS of RESEARCH
  7. INTRODUCTION
  8. Special methods of research
  9. Change intestinal mikrobioty according to feces crops
  10. THE TABLE OF CONTENTS
  11. Diagnostics of functional disorders of a gastroenteric tract at children of early age
  12. the Clinical characteristic of groups
  13. feces Crops on a dysbacteriosis
  14. Chapter 5 of FEATURE of the INTESTINAL MICROFLORA AT FUNCTIONAL DISORDERS of the GASTROENTERIC TRACT At CHILDREN of EARLY AGE
  15. Dynamics of structure of an intestinal microflora against therapy according to feces crops on a dysbacteriosis
  16. Chapter 7 DISCUSSION of RESULTS of RESEARCH