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Treatment of Clostridium difficile infections was given new momentum by the progress of fecal microbiota transplants. Researchers from the University of Hong-Kong have demonstrated the little-known role of bacteriophages in this procedure. Fecal microbiota transplant (FMT) has demonstra...
Fecal transplant sustainably changes the intestinal microbiota in patients with recurring Clostridium difficile infection. That is what American researchers have concluded after monitoring for a period of two years patients who had received a fecal microbiota transplant (FMT). Unt...
Fecal transplant is a known treatment for Clostridium difficile (CD) infections, especially for antibiotic-resistant cases, with a success rate of almost 90%. During the transfer of the fecal microbiota, it is not only the bacterial microbiota from a healthy subject that is implanted in the recipien...
Antibiotics, by disturbing the intestinal microbiota, can cause more-or-less severe diarrhea.
Fecal transplant consists of implanting a healthy microbiota through natural passages into a patient to restore their microbial ecosystem. Fecal transplant is an intervention that has been known and practiced for a long time, since the first signs of its use appear in China in the 4th century. Ho...