Kidney diseases are treated using modern methods – according to the latest literature. Pediatric nephrologists take part in scientific studies, write popular science articles on children’s kidney diseases, and have already completed internships in several centers of pediatric nephrology in Western Europe.
Pediatric endocrinologists who advise children and adolescents on issues of endocrinological diseases have the opportunity to perform various hormonal studies: stimulated hormone secretion is studied in patients with small stature, dynamic hormone samples are taken, and modern methods of insulin therapy are used for patients with type I diabetes.
The Department of Pediatrics of the Children’s Hospital has been treating and advising many Lithuanian children suffering from rheumatic and heart diseases for more than a decade. Continue reading
The problem of seasonal incidence in children and adults with acute respiratory infections in recent decades has become increasingly important. This is due not only to an increase in the number of urban population and a naturally increasing frequency of contacts, but also to the nutritional characteristics of modern man. The diet of most residents in different countries of the world today is very different from the diet of generations who lived more than a century ago. When there were no technologies for long-term storage of finished products, the population ate foods rich in vitamins and sour-milk bacteria. Naturally grown vegetables, fruits and berries provided an adequate level of vitamin C, which plays a significant role in the immune response. Continue reading