TACTICS OF REHABILITATION OF IMMUNOCOMPROMISED CHILDREN WITH RECURRENT RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS: DIFFERENTIATED APPROACHES TO INTERFERONO - AND IMMUNOTHERAPY


I.V. Nesterova (1), S.V. Kovaleva (2), G.A. Chudilova (2), L.V. Lomtatidze (2), O.N. Shinkareva (2), V.V. Malinovskaya (3)

(1) FSAEI PE “People’s Friendship University of Russia” of RMES, Moscow; (2) SBEI HPE “KubSMU” of RMH, Krasnodar; (3) FSBI “SRIEM n.a. N.F.Gamalea” of RMH, Moscow
Programs of interferon therapy in combination with differentiated immunotherapy, depending violation of immune system, for immunocompromised children with recurrent viral or viral-bacterial respiratory infections associated with recurrent and/or latent herpes virus infections are offered. The selected tactics for immunorehabilitation of children demonstrate different positive modulating clinical and immunological effects in study groups aimed to restoring the full value of the immune response and interferon systems that can improve the health of children and their adaptation to pre-school institutions.

About the Autors


I.V. Nesterova – MD, Prof., FSAEI HE «People’s Friendship University of Russia» of RMES, Professor at the Department of Allergology and Immunology FCME of the Medical Institute, Moscow; e-mail: inesterova1@yandex.ru


Similar Articles


Бионика Медиа