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15 oktober 2011: Bron: Aliment Pharmacol Ther 2011; 33: 50–63

Wanneer patienten met darmkanker vooraf aan een operatie een week lang probiotica - melkzuurbacteriën krijgen voorkomen ze daarmee grotendeels infecties ten gevolge van die operatie en verbetert de darmflora en bevordert daarmee sneller herstel van een normale stoelgang. Dit blijkt uit een dubbelblinde placebo gecontroleerde gerandomiseerde studie met totaal 100 darmkanker patienten. Probiotica bleek verbetering te geven alle gestelde doelen uit deze studie. Hier het abstract van de studie, maar het volledige studierapport is gratis in te zien als u hier klikt op de website van Whiley library Onderaan staat een referentielijst die aantoont dat probiotica een bewezen middel is dat veel goed doet. 

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Probiotics can improve the integrity of gut mucosal barrier by benefiting the faecal microbiota, and decreasing infectious complications in patients with colorectal cancer undergoing colorectomy

Randomised clinical trial: the effects of perioperative probiotic treatment on barrier function and post-operative infectious complications in colorectal cancer surgery – a double-blind study

  1. Z. Liu,
  2. H. Qin,
  3. Z. Yang,
  4. Y. Xia,
  5. W. Liu,
  6. J. Yang,
  7. Y. Jiang,
  8. H. Zhang,
  9. Z. Yang,
  10. Y. Wang,
  11. Q. Zheng

Article first published online: 25 OCT 2010

DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2036.2010.04492.x

Abstract

Aliment Pharmacol Ther 2011; 33: 50–63

Summary

Background Infection following abdominal operation remains a major factor affecting the morbidity of patients after surgery.

Aim To determine the effects of perioperative administration of probiotics on the gut barrier function and the surgical outcome in patients undergoing elective colorectal surgery.

Methods One hundred patients with colorectal carcinoma were randomly divided into the control group (n = 50) and the probiotics group (n = 50). The probiotics were given orally for 6 days preoperatively and 10 days post-operatively. Outcomes were measured by bacterial translocation, gut permeability, the effect on the faecal microbiota, and the clinical outcomes such as infectious-related complications and gut defecation function.

Results Compared with the control group, probiotics group had increased transepithelial resistance (P < 0.05), reduced transmucosal permeation of horseradish peroxidase and lactulose/mannitol ratio, reduced bacterial translocation (P < 0.05), decreased ileal-bile acid binding protein (P < 0.05) and positive rate of blood bacterial DNA (P < 0.05) and an enhanced mucosal tight junction protein expression. They had decreased blood enteropathogenic bacteria and increased faecal bacterial variety. The post-operative recovery of peristalsis, incidence of diarrhoea, and infectious-related complications were also improved.

Conclusion Probiotics can improve the integrity of gut mucosal barrier by benefiting the faecal microbiota, and decreasing infectious complications in patients with colorectal cancer undergoing colorectomy. Read here the full studyreport>>>>>

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