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Because only limited information was available about the details of the patient's history and because the main complaints were abdominal pain, bloating, and diarrhea (symptoms typical for fructose malabsorption), the fructose breath hydrogen test was performed.
The fructose breath hydrogen test is the method of choice to confirm or exclude fructose malabsorption.
Detection of fructose malabsorption by breath hydrogen test in a child with diarrhea.
The breath hydrogen test (BHT) has given us a tremendous amount of insight into the fate of ingested carbohydrates, including fructose.
There is no consensus on how fructose breath hydrogen tests should be performed or interpreted.
The clinical question researched was "Does the addition of probiotics to nonfermented dairy products decrease lactose intolerance at a single meal?" Inclusion criteria for review were studies that were randomized placebo-controlled clinical trials, that involved adults diagnosed with lactose intolerance via breath hydrogen >20 ppm above baseline after lactose consumption, that used probiotic supplementation in any form as the intervention, and that included the outcomes of symptoms or breath hydrogen test results.
All review studies selected patients who had both gastrointestinal symptoms and positive breath hydrogen test results.
Purpose To assess the efficacy of oral probiotics in adults with lactose intolerance through a systematic review of its effects on symptoms and breath hydrogen tests, and whether adding probiotics to nonfermented dairy products decreases lactose intolerance at that meal.
Lactose malabsorption: use of breath hydrogen test and serum glucose analyses in diagnostics [Abstract].