Allergen-specific immunotherapy. Analytic review of current international and Russian federal position papers



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The article analyses the international position papers devoted to allergen-specific immunotherapy published in recent years. It also describes in details Russian federal guidelines, published in the 2013-2016 years and dedicated to allergen-specific immunotherapy as a method of treatment of IgE-mediated allergic diseases, as well as Russian federal guidelines. Detailed understanding of indications, contraindications, and usage of AIT in various clinical situations are widely discussed.

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O M Kurbacheva

Institute of Immunology

Email: kurbacheva@gmail.com
Moscow, Russia

K S Pavlova

Institute of Immunology

Moscow, Russia

M A Galitzkaya

Institute of Immunology

Moscow, Russia

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