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Infant colic is a common condition characterized by excessive crying. The otherwise healthy infant aged less than 3 months is difficult to console during the periods with crying. The condition is defined by modified Wessel's criteria i.e. crying for more than 3 hours of the day, for more than 3 days of the week for at least 1 week. The description of infant colic hasalso been defined by Rome III diagnostic criteria andincludes infants from birth to 4 months of age,without fail...
The purpose of this study is to investigate whether acupuncture influences: - the rate of infants who still fulfil the colic criterion after three intervention weeks - the time when the infants are crying, fussing or have intense bouts of colicky symptoms
The purpose of this study is: - to study the intestinal microflora of colicky infants before and after L. reuteri or placebo administration, evaluating the effect of Lactobacillus reuteri on the growth of the main intestinal microbiota (coliforms, Clostridium butyricum, Lactobacilli, Bifidobacteria) with fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) technique; - to evaluate the improvement of colicky symptoms by the oral administration of Lactobacil...
Infantile colic is characterized by excessive crying (defined as crying that last at least 3 hours a day, for 3 days a week, for at least 3 weeks) in an otherwise healthy infant. The crying typically starts in the first few weeks of life and ends by 4-5 months of age. The condition is usually self-limited, with no long-term adverse effects; however, it may be very distressing to parents, hence, any safe and effective treatment would be desirable. Recently, it has been suggested...
Aim: To compare the effect of foot reflexology and placebo foot reflexology on colic symptoms such as pain, ineffective sleep, and colicky crying periods in infants with colic. Method: The study was conducted as a single-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial in a child hospital between June 2016 and March 2017. To start with, 20 infants with colic were randomly selected for the reflexology group, and 25 babies with colic were randomly selected for the placebo group. Simp...
This research project seeks to implement an early intervention program that can be effective in the prevention of shaken baby syndrome (SBS) and infant abuse. The investigators' hypothesis is that the Period of PURPLE Crying intervention program can be effective in reducing the shaking and abuse of infants through changes in knowledge, attitudes and behaviours about early infant crying, especially inconsolable crying.
The study's objective is to confirm that an oral probiotic treatment reduces the signs and symptoms of moderate atopic dermatitis determined by SCORAD, in patients aged 4 to 17 years, as compared to placebo. It will also be examined if the probiotic treatment, as compared to placebo, reduces the quantity of topical steroids used to treat disease flares, and increases the time till the first disease flare after the end of treatment.
Infantile colic (IC) criteria includes all of the following in subjects aged ≤ 4 months: paroxysms of irritability, fussing, or crying that start and stop without obvious cause; episodes lasting 3 or more hours per day and occurring at least 3 days per week for at least 1 week; and no failure to thrive. The condition is very common in the first 4 months of life (10-30 % of infants) with a peak prevalence at 6-8 weeks and is characterized by excessive and inconsolable crying w...
Crying is a survival mechanism for babies and their almost exclusive means of expression until the age of 4 months. Babies 'cry is mostly related to pain, a feeling of hunger, discomfort or separation following the departure of a parent around. Crying is a complex but essential means of communication and information between a baby and his parents that raises the question of their meaning. The cry phenomenon consists of complex acoustic signals produced by the vocal cords and ...
Colic is a term for inconsolable crying happened in the first months of life. Its etiology is multifactorial and caregiver and pediatrician generates among other problems: anxiety, risk of child abuse as well as economic costs. There is now enough evidence for the treatment of colic using probiotics, especially Lactobacillus reuteri. The investigators study aims to demonstrate the utility for the prevention of colic with L. reuteri and thereby avoid the problems caused ...
This study aims to investigate the effectiveness of Lactobacillus reuteri DSM17938 supplementation on infantile colic in Indonesian infants.
Summary Brief Night waking with crying can be a distressing and difficult experience for infants and their parents. The investigators want to reduce infant night waking and crying and improve parents' views of their infants' sleep. This study will help the investigators determine whether parents who receive group teaching about infant sleep and follow-up phone calls provided by Public Health Nurses will reduce numbers of infants' night wakes and parents' perceptions o...
The purpose of this study is to understand how a probiotic might change the immune response of healthy infants.
The objective of this study is to determine the efficacy of a product combining the probiotic Lactobacillus GG and chamomile in treating infantile colic in exclusively breast fed infants. The study will be performed as a 4 week, placebo controlled, pilot trial with a one week run in period. Thirty subjects will be randomly assigned to each group for a total enrollment of 60 infants.
This research project seeks to implement an early intervention program that can be effective in the prevention of Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) and infant abuse. Our hypothesis is that the Period of PURPLE Crying intervention program can reduce shaking and abuse of infants through changes in knowledge, attitudes and behaviors about early infant crying, especially inconsolable crying. In this 3-year project, we will implement and evaluate an intervention program in selected prena...
The gut microbiome plays a significant role in balancing the inflammatory system in the immature gut. A breakdown in this balance with altered colonization of the microbiota in very low birth weight (VLBW) preterm infants is associated with increased feeding intolerance, necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) and sepsis. Probiotics are proposed to normalize microbial populations and decrease intestinal disease in preterm infants. There is limited data linking clinical outcomes with th...
The influence of the preterm gut microbiota in health and disease has been well established. However, relatively little is known about how the microbiome changes after discharge and its relationship with growth, health and disease outcomes in the preterm population. This study aims to follow a cohort of preterm infants and explore the relationship of the later microbiome ('after discharge') with later growth and health outcomes in infancy. The study will also explore the effect...
The aim of the study is to find out if allergic diseases can be prevented buy giving probiotic bacteria to pregnant mothers and their newborn infants
This is a in-home observational study of 12 healthy term infants of ≤15 weeks of age to compare infant crying and fussing parameters documented by the LENA recorder with those documented via parental e-diaries
Primary: The rating by the primary caregivers on the use and relevance of data provided by the Language ENvironment Analysis (LENA) recorder and their level of engagement due to the content on the Cool mobile app. Secondary: The rating by the Healthcare Professionals (HCPs) on the use and relevance of data provided by the LENA recorder in their general practice Exploratory - Total crying and fussing time captured by the LENA recorder - Crying and fussing t...
Neonatal Jaundice occurs in 60% of term infants and 80% of premature infants. Although it is transient, it is associated with high rate of readmission of patients in the first week of infancy. Neonatal jaundice can cause neurological complications and kernicterus. Considering the fact that there have been a lot of studies on probiotic role in management of necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) and few studies on their role in neonatal jaundice, we carried out this study to determine ...
It is believed that probiotic Lactobacillus reuteri will improve the symptoms of breast-fed infants with colic.
Colic, or inconsolable crying and fussing, affects around 20% of babies who are 3 months of age or younger. To date, there are no known treatments that have been found to help reduce colic and its symptoms in babies. The investigators would like to see whether a baby formula that contains a prebiotic will lead to the same improvements in babies with colic. The investigators will test this by giving some babies a formula with the prebiotic and other babies a placebo formula.
An interventional, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study will be conducted to investigate the effect of a new probiotic strain Lactobacillus salivarius PS11603 and Bifidobacterium longum PS10402 in premature infants from 28 weeks + 0 days to 30 weeks + 6 days of gestation. The study duration will be 2 months, which includes 8 weeks product administration. Participants will be randomized assigned to one of the two study groups: the control group with placebo ...
The purpose of this study is to see how oral preparations containing both probiotics and prebiotics impact the growth, bacterial colonization of the intestines, and fecal short chain fatty acid content in premature infants. Our hypothesis is that short term growth will be improved, the stool will have more healthy bacteria, and the fecal short chain fatty acid content will increase in the babies who receive the probiotic/prebiotic combinations compared to control groups.