Biomedical consultations

Dr Patrycja Szachta

She obtained a PhD degree in biology during her doctoral studies at the Department of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Metabolic Diseases at Medical University of Poznan.

Author of numerous medical publications in Polish and foreign magazines and scientific monographs. He is also a lecturer at medical conferences and workshops for doctors and patients. Many years of practical and theoretical experience in the field of latent food hypersensitivity (food intolerance) and intestinal microflora disorders make dr Szachta to be a specialist in the selection of individual probiotic and prebiotic therapies. Moreover she evaluates the necessity to determine the food hypersensitivity of IgG and IgA – dependent types. In addition, she sets out indications for testing the profile of organic acids in urine and interprets the results. She specializes primarily in treating patients suffering from autoimmune diseases, autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, chronic fatigue syndrome, overweight and obesity, atopic dermatitis and the problem of recurrent infections

The relevance of intestinal dysbiosis in liver transplant candidates

The gut microbial ecosystem plays an important role in the pathogenesis of liver diseases. However, the association of microbial …

Determination of faecal inflammatory marker concentration as a noninvasive method of evaluation of pathological activity in children with inflammatory bowel diseases

Purpose: The optimization of procedure evaluating the severity of inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) using non-invasive methods. …

The role of IgG hypersensitivity in the pathogenesis

The role of IgG hypersensitivity in the pathogenesis and therapy of depressive disorders Depressive episodes are associated …