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Инновационные методы ведения пациентов с аллергией на кошек

https://doi.org/10.15690/vsp.v19i4.2136

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В связи с увеличением во всем мире количества домашних животных повышается и распространенность аллергии на них, что приводит к серьезным медико-социальным проблемам. Домашняя кошка (Felis domesticus) — одно из наиболее распространенных домашних животных — является самым частым (после клещей домашней пыли) источником аллергенов в помещениях и фактором риска развития бронхиальной астмы и аллергического ринита. В обзоре собрана актуальная информация по вопросам гиперчувствительности к аллергенам кошек (в дальнейшем используется термин «аллергия на кошек»). Авторы рассматривают вопросы диагностики, лечения и профилактики этого состояния. Особое внимание уделено ведению пациентов с аллергией на кошек и, в частности, применению для кормления кошек продукта, способствующего снижению уровня основного аллергена кошек Fel d 1 в окружающей среде, что приводит к уменьшению степени выраженности симптомов аллергических болезней.

Об авторах

Л. С. Намазова-Баранова
Центральная клиническая больница РАН; Российский национальный исследовательский медицинский университет им. Н.И. Пирогова; Белгородский государственный национальный исследовательский университет
Россия
Москва, Белгород


К. Е. Эфендиева
Центральная клиническая больница РАН; Российский национальный исследовательский медицинский университет им. Н.И. Пирогова
Россия

Эфендиева Камилла Евгеньевна, кандидат медицинских наук, заместитель руководителя по международным связям и образовательной деятельности, ведущий научный сотрудник, врач аллерголог-иммунолог НИИ педиатрии и охраны здоровья детей ЦКБ РАН, доцент кафедры факультетской педиатрии РНИМУ им. Н.И. Пирогова

119333, Москва, ул. Фотиевой, д. 10, стр. 1



Ю. Г. Левина
Центральная клиническая больница РАН
Россия
Москва


Е. А. Вишнёва
Центральная клиническая больница РАН; Российский национальный исследовательский медицинский университет им. Н.И. Пирогова
Россия
Москва


А. А. Алексеева
Центральная клиническая больница РАН
Россия
Москва


В. Г. Калугина
Центральная клиническая больница РАН
Россия
Москва


К. С. Волков
Центральная клиническая больница РАН
Россия
Москва


П. С. Аримова
Центральная клиническая больница РАН
Россия
Москва


А. Р. Панкова
Центральная клиническая больница РАН
Россия
Москва


А. Д. Ламасова
Центральная клиническая больница РАН
Россия
Москва


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Намазова-Баранова Л.С., Эфендиева К.Е., Левина Ю.Г., Вишнёва Е.А., Алексеева А.А., Калугина В.Г., Волков К.С., Аримова П.С., Панкова А.Р., Ламасова А.Д. Инновационные методы ведения пациентов с аллергией на кошек. Вопросы современной педиатрии. 2020;19(4):316-324. https://doi.org/10.15690/vsp.v19i4.2136

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Namazova-Baranova L.S., Efendieva K.Y., Levina J.G., Vishneva E.A., Alekseeva A.A., Kalugina V.G., Volkov K.S., Arimova P.S., Pankova A.R., Lamasova A.D. Innovative Management Methods for Patients Allergic to Cats. Current Pediatrics. 2020;19(4):316-324. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.15690/vsp.v19i4.2136

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