Bacterial translocation in acute pancreatitis.

Bacterial translocation in acute pancreatitis. Crit Rev Microbiol. 2019 Dec 18;:1-9 Authors: Liu J, Huang L, Luo M, Xia X Abstract Bacterial translocation is a phenomenon in which live bacteria or their products cross the intestinal barrier to other organs or the circulatory system. Gut translocation of bacteria has been reported in both animal models, and clinical trials often accompany acute pancreatitis and are believed to be linked to patient outcome, especially in severe acute pancreatitis. Therefore, the mechanisms of intestinal bacterial translocation in acute pancreatitis have become a topic of interest in recent years. This review discusses Bacterial translocation in acute pancreatitis, identifies possible mechanisms of action, and provides an overview of the methods used to detect Bacterial translocation in acute pancreatitis. This review also highlights areas that require further research. PMID: 31851854 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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