In developing countries, acute diarrhea is a major health problem that leads to the onset and death of children. At present, the treatment of acute diarrhea in children is mainly concentrated on infusion to prevent dehydration and maintenance. However, this does not improve the healing of intestinal mucosa, nor can it shorten the time of diarrhea. Breast milk contains pathogen -oriented antibodies and other ingredients that help intestinal healing. Cow collapse (BC) has a useful effect of breast milk. However, the research on the treatment of acute gastroenteritis, necrotic enteritis, and ICU hospitalization in the treatment of acute gastroenteritis, necrotic enteritis, and ICU have few studies, and the treatment effect has not been determined. Recently, a random dual -blind and random control test published in J Trop Pediatr shows that BC can not only effectively treat patients with acute diarrhea, but also as auxiliary treatment for viral and bacterial diarrhea.
Studies are included in a total of 160 children with diarrhea and accepted BC and placebo intervention respectively. All cases surveyed the pathogenic bacteria that caused diarrhea (Salmonella, Achibaccus, diarrhea, Dia diarrhea (DEC), Cylinal Berbin and cholera, and the wheeled virus antigen in the feces.
The results show that after 48 hours, compared with the placebo group, whether the BC group is infected with rotary virus or E. coli, the frequency of vomiting, diarrhea, and Vesikari score is significantly reduced (P = 0.000, P = 0.000 000, respectively , P = 0.000).
In summary, the results show that the treatment effect of BC on acute diarrhea is significant, and both viral and bacterial diarrhea can be considered as auxiliary treatment to prevent diarrhea -related complications.
Sana Hosny Barakat， Marwa Ahmed Meheissen， et al.， Bovine Colostrum in the Treatment of Acute Diarrhea in Children： A Double-Blinded Randomized Controlled Trial. J Trop Pediatr. 2020 Feb 1;66(1)：46-55. doi： 10.1093/Tropej/FMZ029.