Vaccination against viral and bacterial pathogens represents a challenging issue in allergic subjects, mainly concerning patients undergoing allergen immunotherapy (AIT). For this reason, an international survey has been performed involving a panel of experts who responded to a series of questions, also concerning the COVID-19 impact on allergen immunotherapy and vaccinations. The results showed that co-administration of vaccines and AIT requires caution, mainly during the pandemic era. Moreover, the choice of AIT product should be oriented considering also the safety profile.

Allergen immunotherapy management during vaccinations: an international survey / Masieri, Simonetta; Claus, Bachert; Pedro, Ojeda; Chang-Keun, Kim; Cavaliere, Carlo; Ciprandi, Giorgio; Members of Study Group on AIT and Vaccinations,. - In: THE WORLD ALLERGY ORGANIZATION JOURNAL. - ISSN 1939-4551. - 14:11(2021), pp. 1-4. [10.1016/j.waojou.2021.100601]

Allergen immunotherapy management during vaccinations: an international survey

Simonetta Masieri
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Cavaliere Carlo;
2021

Abstract

Vaccination against viral and bacterial pathogens represents a challenging issue in allergic subjects, mainly concerning patients undergoing allergen immunotherapy (AIT). For this reason, an international survey has been performed involving a panel of experts who responded to a series of questions, also concerning the COVID-19 impact on allergen immunotherapy and vaccinations. The results showed that co-administration of vaccines and AIT requires caution, mainly during the pandemic era. Moreover, the choice of AIT product should be oriented considering also the safety profile.
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