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SLIT w alergiach układu oddechowego – status quo 2017

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SLIT in respiratory allergy – status quo 2017
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The article presents the utilization of SLIT in the immunotherapy of respiratory allergies based on: (1) EAACI 2017 guidelines formulated using AGREE II (Appraisal of Guidelines for Research and Evaluation), dedicated to the assessment of the efficacy of allergen immunotherapy in the treatment of allergic rhinitis and bronchial asthma, (2) current AAAAI recommendations concerning SLIT, (3) systematic reviews and meta-analyses by Dhami et al., published in 2017. Drawing on these sources, the following issues have been dealt with: current recommendations and contra-recommendations for SLIT in respiratory allergies, short- and long-term efficacy of SLIT, recommendations regarding the use of specific forms of SLIT application, wiz. aqueous solutions and sublingual tablets, recommendations regarding different SLIT protocols and safety of this form of therapy. Additionally, expert opinions on the uses of SLIT in the case of polyvalent allergy and sensitization. Adherence in SLIT has been highlighted based on the most recent “real life” Breath study.
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Artykuł przedstawia miejsce SLIT w immunoterapii alergii układu oddechowego w oparciu o (1) wytyczne EAACI z 2017 roku opracowane z wykorzystaniem instrumentu AGREE II (Appraisal of Guidelines for Research and Evaluation), a dedykowane ocenie efektywności immunoterapii alergenowej w leczeniu alergicznego nieżytu nosa i astmy alergicznej, (2) wytyczne AAAAI dotyczące SLIT oraz (3) w oparciu o wyniki opublikowanych w roku 2017 przeglądów systematycznych i metaanaliz autorstwa Dhami i wsp. W kontekście powyższych dokumentów przedstawiono: aktualne wskazania i przeciwskazania do SLIT w alergiach układu oddechowego, ocenę skuteczności krótko- i długoterminowej SLIT, rekomendacje dotyczące stosowania poszczególnych form SLIT tj. roztworów wodnych i tabletek podjęzykowych, rekomendacje dotyczące poszczególnych protokołów SLIT oraz problem bezpieczeństwa SLIT. Przedstawiono również opinie ekspertów na temat stosowania SLIT w przypadkach uczulenia i alergii poliwalentnej. Problem adherencji do SLIT zilustrowano wynikami najnowszego badania typu „real life” – badania „Breath”.
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22
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2-3
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24-29
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  • Klinika Chorób Wewnętrznych i Alergologii Uniwersytetu Medycznego we Wrocławiu
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