A specialized Allergy Department for children operates within the Euroclinic Children’s Hospital. Focusing on young patients and striving to offer individualized support, the Pediatric Allergy Department covers a broad range of atopic diseases spanning from infancy to adolescence, aiming at prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
The top medical background of physicians, their long experience and their significant scientific body of work, coupled with their constant training on the latest medical techniques, have provided a strong competitive edge to the Euroclinic Children’s Hospital Allergy Department.
Depending on the medical indications, the Department Head puts together a multidisciplinary medical team, which is made up of a pulmonologist, a gastroenterologist, a dermatologist, a psychologist and other specialists, with the aim of offering specialized and speedy assessment as well as optimal treatment to young patients. The medical staff are in close contact with the referring pediatrician and the family, so that young patients may receive the best and most comprehensive therapeutic approach.
The nursing staff stand by young patients and their families, offering top-level nursing care with utmost professionalism and a deep sense of compassion.
The Allergy Department offers an entire range of comprehensive services, from diagnosis of atopic diseases to treatment and long-term follow-up. Diseases are diagnosed based on special tests and tools, in line with international protocols. The treatment plan is formulated based on individualized treatment for each patient, given the diversity of allergic disorders.
If necessary, the Allergy Department offers psychological support to young patients and their families, so as to help them achieve balanced treatment and better quality of life.
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An array of tests with reagents can be performed at the Euroclinic Children’s Hospital, such as skin prick tests, patch tests, RAST blood tests and immunoglobulin tests, as well as other tests to investigate itching, food allergies and other atopic diseases. Other procedures performed include food challenge tests and desensitization to antibiotics.