Immunotherapy in complex treatment of antyphospholipid syndrome
Keywords:antyphospholipid syndrome, hemostasis system, fetal loss syndrome, immunocompetent lymphocytes, intravenous immunoglobulin Bioven Mono
AbstractThe results of laboratory and clinical studies of the drug intravenous immunoglobulin (IV-Ig) Bioven Mono in the treatment of fetal loss syndrome, which is caused by antiphospholipid syndrome. In the group of pregnant women who received therapy IV-Ig, marked decrease in levels antiphospholipid antibodies, markers of thrombophilia, reducing the frequency of pregnancy complications and improve perinatal indicators. It is noted that immune-modulating effect is probably related to its positive impact on the function of T-regulatory lymphocytes.
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