• Results of using the domestic synbiotic Bifiten for treatment of bacterial vaginosis of pregnant women

Results of using the domestic synbiotic Bifiten for treatment of bacterial vaginosis of pregnant women

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2016.6(112):66–72; doi 10.15574/HW.2016.112.66 
 

Results of using the domestic synbiotic Bifiten for treatment of bacterial vaginosis of pregnant women 
 

Tsmur O., Levchuk O., Liashyna K., Boyko N.

Uzhgorod city maternity hospital

Department of obstetrics and ginekologiya of SHEI «Uzhgorod national University»

Research and training centre of molecular Microbiology and immunology of the mucous membranes

SHEI «Uzhgorod national University» Clinical diagnostic laboratory PP «ASTRA-DIA», Uzhgorod


The article shows the research results of vaginal microbiome correction of pregnant women with bacterial vaginosis before and after oral using of synbiotic Bifiten. This biopreparation differs from others recommended for vaginal microbiome correction by its combined anti-inflammatory and specific pro- and antimicrobial activity.


The aim of research is to define the clinical efficacy of oral administration of the non-medicinal biological (synbiotic) preparation Bifiten to pregnant women with bacterial vaginosis.


Materials and Methods. Clinical and statistical analysis of pregnant women's individual cards, childbirth stories had been held. Vaginal microbiome had been studied by using classic microbiological methods and qRT-PCR. Immune parameters of vagina secrets had been detected by immunosorbent assay (ELISA).


Results. A positive dynamics of subjective and objective state of pregnant women had been observed. It was shown that following to the oral administration of Bifiten mucous membranes of vagina were settled by both commensal and transit microbiota, which in turn leads to reduction the perinatal complications for the mother and newborn. The effectiveness of the application of Bifiten against agents of gardnerellez and candidiasis is clinically proved.


Conclusion. Feasibility of using synbiotic Bifiten to treat pregnant women with bacterial vaginosis had been clinically proved. Good tolerability, complementarity or alternative taking with antibiotic therapy, no side effects, convenient form of release make reasonable to recommend it for the gynecology for the effective treatment of pregnant women with bacterial vaginosis.


Key words: bacterial vaginoses, vagina microbiome, synbiotic, aerobic and anaerobic pathogens, commensals, cytokines


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