Coadministration of Probiotics With Antibiotics

Why, When and for How Long?

Lyudmila Boyanova; Ivan Mitov


Expert Rev Anti Infect Ther. 2012;10(4):407-409. 

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Probiotics are a valuable adjunct to antibiotic therapy. For their coadministration with antibiotics, further studies evaluating strain selection by molecular methods, optimal dosage, treatment duration and more target populations will reveal the full multifaceted potential of the friendly microorganisms.


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