ASSESSMENT OF THE LEVEL OF IMMUNOGLOBULINS IN THE BLOOD SERUM IN YOUNG CHILDREN DEPENDING ON THE TYPE OF FEEDING
Sh.M. Ibatova, F.P. Abdurasulov, F.Kh. Mamatkulova
The observed patients were divided into 2 groups: the 1st group consisted of 20 children aged from 10 days to 1.5 months; Group 2 included 65 children aged 1.5 to 5 months. 50 children were breast-fed, artificial (children received adapted mixtures "Detolact", "Nutrilak", "NAS") - 15 children. The predominant class of immunoglobulins in the blood serum of the examined children was immunoglobulin G. Its concentration in children of the first age group was -5.75 Â± 0.26 g/l. The content of immunoglobulin M in the blood serum of the observed children (in the 1st group - 0.83 Â± 0.05 g/l; in the 2nd group - 0.99 Â± 0.05 g/l) was significantly higher than in healthy children (0.32 Â± 0.14 g/l and 0.48 Â± 0.16 g/l, respectively; p<0.01). The same changes were observed in the concentration of class A immunoglobulin (in the 1st group, 26 Â± 0.05 g/l, in the 2nd group - 0.39 Â± 0.03 g/l, in healthy children, the IgA content was 0 0.07 Â± 0.05 g/l and 0.15 Â± 0.10, p<0.01).
Keywords: children, natural feeding, artificial feeding, immunoglobulins, blood serum.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)
Published on : 2023-02-03