12/2022. Prevention of viral respiratory infections

Current Opinion in Allergy and Clinical Immunology publishes an interesting review on the role of bacterial immunotherapy to control viral respiratory infections in young children.  

Respiratory infections of viral origin are very frequent in children under 5 years of age. Sometimes these infections produce recurrent bronchiolitis and wheezing attacks in the youngest children. Immunotherapy with trained immunity-based vaccines (TIbV) may be a good option for their prevention in the absence of specific vaccines. This review discusses the most recent studies published in the literature on this and similar options. INMUNOTEK has participated in this review.