DANA CLAUDIA THOMPSON, MADALINA GABRIELA BARBU, OANA DANIELA TOADER, LUCIAN POP, ANDREI DENNIS VOICHITOIU, NICOLAE SUCIU, IOAN SORIN TUDORACHE, DRAGOS PREDESCU THE CHARACTERISTICS OF MICROBIOME IN NEWBORNS AND CHILDREN AND THE EFFECTS OF ANTIBIOTIC USE
The acquisition of the infant’s microbiota is a vastly researched subject and of high interest. As more information is gathered, scientists prove the link between an unbalanced microbiome and certain afflictions. Antibiotics are widely used drugs and one of the factors that can shape the composition of the infant’s gut bacterial colonization. In this paper we aim to present the natural history of the child’s microbiome and the way it can be influenced by the use of antibiotics.