Anti-infective immunotherapy

Adoptive leukocyte immunotherapy. Extracorporeal leukocyte priming (instructing or programming) dramatically increases leukocyte migration and microbicidal activity . Adoptive leukocyte immunotherapy has been convincingly shown to be an effective method for treating chronic viral diseases, as well as antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections (Chernykh et al., 2006).

Drug-based immunotherapy sserves as an additive treatment to support anti-infective capacity of patient's immune defense.


  • Infectious lung diseases
  • Chronic cystitis
  • Sinusitis
  • Bacterial wound infections
  • Herpes virus infection
  • Papilloma virus infection

Indications for immunotherapy:

• Frequent relapses of the disease

• Inefficiency or insufficient effectiveness of standard treatment.

Contraindications for immunotherapy:

  • Severe anemia
  • Multiple organ failure.

Advantages and benefits of anti-infective immunotherapy:

  • Discontinuation of drug intake or reduction of the drug burden.
  • The achievement of pronounced clinical effects in the vast majority of patients.
  • No serious side effects.
  • Repeated courses of therapy are possible and feasible upon disease relapses.
  • The availability of multiple combination options with other therapeutic interventions, including physiotherapy.

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