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For the correct diagnosis of allergic diseases, accurate diagnostics is extremely important. A lot of symptoms characteristic of allergies can also be present in other diseases, starting from a viral infection, when there is runny nose, sneezing and difficulty breathing, to purely dermatological skin diseases. Which often look like urticaria or atopy.


Specific diagnostics of bronchopulmonary changes

In this section, we present a specific new diagnostics for Ukraine, which allows to determine as accurately and efficiently as possible:

  • The presence or absence of allergic inflammation in the respiratory tract
  • The possibility of the risk of developing bronchial asthma
  • Determines the functional state of the lungs in any diseases associated with cough, wheezing, shortness of breath
  • Can accurately adjust the dose of already prescribed hormonal inhaled steroids

Such methods include:

  1. NIOX VERO® FeNО - determination of the level of nitrogen oxide in exhaled air
  2. Spirometry using the BTL device and the new AioCare

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General instrumental diagnostics

Ultrasound examination

Very often, rashes on the skin, edema, manifestations of atopy and possible reactions to food products are directly related to the work of the gastrointestinal tract, kidneys, and thyroid gland.

Therefore, an ultrasound scan is mandatory for a correct diagnosis. On our modern device with the function of color doppler, you can undergo ultrasound of various organs. Prices and a list of services are presented in the ultrasound section

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ECG diagnostics

ECG (electrocardiogram) is a diagnostic method of the heart that allows you to assess its condition. This study helps to determine the source of the rhythm, the regularity of heart contractions and the frequency. The essence of the method is to register the electrical potentials that arise during the work of the heart and to display them graphically. Everything about this study, cost and preparation, you will find in the ECG section.

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