Oral bacteriotherapy in clinical practice


Twenty-seven reference subjects without any therapy, 17 with oral Ampicillin therapy and 33 with oral Ampicillin therapy plus different commercially available preparations of oral bacteriotherapy were studied clinically and their faeces analysed microbiologically. No cases of pseudomembranous colitis were observed; the majority of infants with only… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00442072


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@article{Zoppi2004OralBI, title={Oral bacteriotherapy in clinical practice}, author={G. Zoppi and Antonio Deganello and Giuseppina Benoni and F. Saccomani}, journal={European Journal of Pediatrics}, year={2004}, volume={139}, pages={22-24} }