Frequent infections and recurring periods of coughing can be unsettling for parents, although they are mostly caused by harmless infections. Many of these periods begin with kindergarten entry and the first intensive contact with other children. At this time, children’s immune systems are confronted with various pathogens and react accordingly.
One of our duties is to answer parents’ questions, alleviate concerns and to give detailed information about preventive measures without invasive examination. In most cases, symptomatic therapy is sufficient to treat these medical conditions.
In rare cases, however, further diagnostics are necessary. These diagnostic measures range from immunological examinations as well as precise asthma diagnosis to the diagnosis of rare lung diseases.