Pediatric Infectious Diseases
What are Pediatric Infectious Diseases?Liv Hospital Pediatric Infectious Diseases Clinic focuses on the most common respiratory tract infections (cold, flu, otitis media, tonsillitis, sinusitis, pneumonia, etc.), rash diseases (chicken pox, hand-foot-mouth disease, measles, rubella) in children. , EBV, CMV infection, 6th disease, etc.), diarrhea, urinary tract infections, parasitic diseases (pinworm, etc.).
Among the rarer diseases, tuberculosis, HIV infection in children, TORCH group (toxoplasma, CMV, herpes, syphilis, etc.) infections in the womb, infections that develop in immunocompromised children (cancer patients, organ transplant recipients, etc.) and diseases that can be transmitted from animals to humans (eg. ; brucella), Covid-19 infection in children and the follow-up and treatment of long-Covid syndrome that may develop afterwards is a disease group performed by Liv Hospital Pediatric Infectious Diseases Specialist.
What Does a Pediatric Infectious Diseases Doctor Look for?
Liv Hospital Pediatric Infectious Diseases Specialist also monitors routine and special vaccination (rotavirus, meningococcal vaccines, flu vaccine) and HPV vaccination in adolescence in healthy children.