P359 Influence of the nature of immunosuppressive therapy in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases on the level of immunoglobulins G after a Coronavirus Infection
Knyazev, O.(1,2,3);Kagramanova, A.(4);Lishchinskaya, A.(1);Noskova, K.(5);Chernova, M.(6);Shkurko, T.(3);Veselov, A.(3);Kulakov, D.(1);Li, I.(1);Parfenov, A.(1);
(1)Moscow Clinical Scientific Center named after A.S. Loginov, Department of IBD, Moscow, Russian Federation;(2)State Scientific Centre of Coloproctology named after A.N. Ryzhyh, Department of IBD, Moscow, Russian Federation;(3)Research Institute of Health Organization and Medical Management, Organization of Coloproctology, Moscow, Russian Federation;(4)Moscow Clinical Scientific Center named after A.S. Loginov, Department of IBD, Moscow City, Russian Federation;(5)Moscow Clinical Scientific Center named after A.S. Loginov, Laboratory of Diagnostic, Moscow, Russian Federation;(6)Moscow Clinical Scientific Center named after A.S. Loginov, Department of Epidemiology, Moscow, Russian Federation
Currently, there are differences in the results of international studies and treatment outcomes in patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and COVID-19. Further research is needed to help answer the questions: do IBD patients have an increased risk of contracting SARS-CoV-2? Do IBD patients have more severe COVID-19 outcomes? Does IBD therapy increase the risk of infection? Do any IBD treatments protect against COVID-19?
Objective: To study the effect of immunosuppressors, genetically engineered biologics, and janus kinase blockers on the level of SARS-CoV-2 class G immunoglobulins in IBD patients who underwent COVID-19. .
The level of SARS-CoV-2 class G immunoglobulins was analyzed in 66 patients with IBD after COVID-19 infection. Male 28 (42.4%) of women 38 (57.6 per cent). The median age was 39±4.2 years. The duration of the anamnesis ranged from 1 to 8 years (Iu 4 years). The patients were divided into two groups, depending on the therapy performed: Group 1 (n=31) received long-term (more than 1 year) immunosuppressants (azathioprine/6-mercaptopurine/tofacitinib), group 2 (n=35) received anti-TNF-α therapy. The level of SARS-CoV-2 class G immunoglobulins was determined by the immunochemiluminescence method.
After 4-6 weeks later, after a twice negative smear of PCR from the nose and oropharynx for SARS-CoV-2, in patients (n=31) receiving anti-relapse therapy with systemic IBD (azathioprine/6-mercaptopurine) and selective (tofacitinib) immunosuppressants, the average level of Ig G was 44.1±9.8 U/l. Among patients with IBD receiving anti-TNF-a drugs (n=35), the average level of class G immunoglobulins was 133.6±14.4 U/l. The difference was statistically significant (p=0.000003).
The level of class G immunoglobulins 3-4 weeks after the COVID-19 infection was significantly higher in IBD patients who received anti-TNF-α drugs.