2022 journal article

Determination of the efficacy rate and time‐to‐efficacy of subcutaneous immunotherapy in dogs with atopic dermatitis

Veterinary Dermatology, 33(2), 155.

By: H. Tham* & T. Olivry n

MeSH headings : Allergens; Animals; Dermatitis, Atopic / drug therapy; Dermatitis, Atopic / veterinary; Desensitization, Immunologic / methods; Desensitization, Immunologic / veterinary; Dog Diseases / drug therapy; Dogs; Immunotherapy / methods; Immunotherapy / veterinary; Injections, Subcutaneous / veterinary; Pruritus / veterinary
TL;DR: Novel SCIT regimens appear to have a faster - and possibly higher - efficacy than the currently available aqueous or alum-precipitated formulations. (via Semantic Scholar)
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BackgroundAllergen‐specific immunotherapy (ASIT) is reported to have a success rate of 50–70% when given for up to 12 months to dogs with atopic dermatitis (AD). How soon ASIT is clinically effective is unclear.