Abstract Title:

[A clinical study on allicin in the prevention of thrush in newborn infants].

Abstract Source:

Zhongguo Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Za Zhi. 1992 Jan;12(1):28-9, 6. PMID: 1320966

Abstract Author(s):

R S Zhang


This article deals with the 0.06/1000 allicin and 2.5% sodium bicarbonate in order to look for effective drugs in preventing thrush. The results revealed: (1) The incidence of the disease of the two drugs in the less dangerous group was significantly decreased compared with that of the control (P less than 0.01); (2) In the more dangerous group, the incidence of the disease of the allium group was more significantly decreased than that of the control, but no significant decrease in sodium bicarbonate was observed. The two drugs are both effective in preventing thrush and the allium is more effective.

Study Type : Human Study

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