THE MICROBIOME & THE PRETERM INFANT: GUT IMMATURITY & DYSBIOSIS
In this infographic, you’ll learn about the risk of dysbiosis—the abnormal colonization or the imbalance of microbes—developing in the preterm infant’s immature gut, as well as the role the microbiome can play in promoting better health while lowering the risk for adverse health consequences.
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