Pediatric Immunology

A child’s resistant framework is their body's regular guard against disease. The immune system is examined and treated by board-certified immunologists for a wide range of recurring, severe, and unusual infections. More than 140 of these complicated circumstances exist and incorporate both procured and intrinsic immunodeficiency issues, like sensitivities and asthma, immune system infections, and insusceptible lack sicknesses.

The airways in children with asthma frequently narrow, making it harder for them to breathe. When the immune system becomes overactive in the lung’s airways, this condition occurs. When the immune system mistakenly attacks a part of the body for a pathogen such as a virus or bacteria autoimmune diseases occur. The immune system produces antibodies in response to an unidentified trigger that targets the body's own tissues rather than fighting infections. Lupus, multiple sclerosis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, psoriasis, Grave's disease, and Hashimoto's disease are all examples of autoimmune disorders. Medications or illness can suppress the immune system, resulting in immune deficiency diseases, or they may be present from birth. Children with immune deficiency disorders are at a high risk of infection and may experience frequent or unusual infections. Immune deficiency diseases like HIV/AIDS and graft versus host syndrome are two examples.


Track 4.1 Asthma

Track 4.2 Hay fever (allergic rhinitis)

Track 4.3 Sinusitis

Track 4.4 Eczema (atopic dermatitis)

Track 4.5 Hives (urticaria, welts)

Track 4.6 Severe reactions to foods, insect stings, and medications (anaphylaxis)

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