Evaluation of clinical and immunological effects of inactivated influenza vaccine in children with asthma.

Abstract

Although annual influenza vaccinations are recommended by many authorities, some doctors may be reluctant to vaccinate asthmatic children because of the risk of inducing bronchial reactivity and exacerbating the asthma. In this study, the effect of split influenza vaccine on clinical symptoms, airway responsiveness and its influence on T lymphocytes was… (More)

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@article{Chiu2003EvaluationOC, title={Evaluation of clinical and immunological effects of inactivated influenza vaccine in children with asthma.}, author={Wen-Jen Chiu and Ming-Ling Kuo and Li-Chen Chen and Ching-Hsiung Tsao and Kuo-Wei Yeh and Tsung-Chieh Yao and Jing-Long Huang}, journal={Pediatric allergy and immunology : official publication of the European Society of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology}, year={2003}, volume={14 6}, pages={429-36} }