Miloš Jeseňák, Ingrid Urbančíková, Peter Bánovčin
Immunointerventional therapy is a term commonly used for the therapeutic approaches aimed at the modulation of
the immune system. This kind of treatment is represented by immunosuppressants, immunomodulators, immunoglobulins
or specific allergen immunotherapy. In paediatric practice, there are situations where we should decide whether
it is possible to perform the vaccination with certain vaccines during various forms of immunointerventional therapy,
which represents a specific condition in relationship with vaccination. It is necessary to know the recommendations regarding
various combinations of immunointerventional therapy and vaccination with different vaccines with the aim of
proceeding lege artis without the estimation of incorrect or even false limitations or contraindications.