March 20, 2012 by Julia.
Filed under: Asthma in Children, Asthma Research, Buy Singulair, Risk for Asthma.
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The lead researchers theorize that this disparity is due to differences in the mice’s immune systems. In adult mice, they have fully developed immune systems, with a near-perfect balance of intestinal flora, the “good” bacteria in their bodies. In young mice however, these good bacteria have not fully developed. The use of antibiotics often kills off both the bacteria that is making children sick, and the good bacteria that helps their immune systems. It is this underdeveloped immune system that can lead to asthma.
The researchers used two different types of antibiotics to conduct their study, vanomycin and streptomycin. Vanomycin is often used to treat life-threatening infections in patients who are allergic to penicillin (it is indicated mostly for “last resort” situations), and streptomycin is indicated for intramuscular injection to treat infective endocarditis, tuberculosis and is FDA-approved to treat plague.
In the study, the use of vanomycin was more likely to raise asthma risk. However, some critics believe that these results must be repeated, and then created in human trials in order to be seriously considered during children’s treatment. Vanomycin especially may be a life-saving medication, and the risk of asthma may be worth the risk of untreated serious infections for patients who are allergic to penicillin.
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