Effect of fecal bacteria transplants on autistic children investigated

The research is based on the replacement of harmful bacteria present in the flora of the colon by “benign” bacteria, a technique known in English as “faecal microbiota transplant” (FMT).

One study on a large scale in more than one dozen Chinese hospitals investigate the possible beneficial effects thatyou have the transplant from fecal bacteria in children with autism.

The research is based on replacement from harmful bacteria present in the flora of the colon for “benign” bacteria, a technique known in English as “fecal microbiota transplant” (FMT), collects the official Xinhua agency.

The preliminary results of over hundred FMT made to children with autism in the People’s Hospital 10 in Shanghai showed, according to the same source, that around 60 % of whats patients that they suffered gastrointestinal complaints improved in aspects such as sleep quality, the intestinal transit, the behaviour and the language.

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The pediatrician from that center Yang Rong hospital, quoted by the state media, explained that many children with autism suffer too problems gastrointestinal What constipation, diarrhea, and food allergies and noted that the research suggests that the dysfunctions related to the intestinal bacteria may play a “key role” at autism development.

Al study he sees added now hospitals from other big Chinese cities like Shandong, Henan, Hebei, Guangdong y Hainan.

The participating children tienen entre 3 and 13 years and suffer Gastrointestinal disorders The food allergies con ssymptoms que se han prolonged during at least six months. EFE

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