Diagnostic and Consulting Center

Pediatrics is a specialty dealing with monitoring of physical and neuropsychic development of children’s organism. Children’s lesions have their peculiarities, outlining them from these in adults, which necessitate their good knowledge and professional treatment. Available in the pediatric cabinet of DCC "Vita" are proven specialists in pediatrics. The cabinet offers a full healthcare and medical care for both health and sick children from 0 to 18 years.

The pediatric cabinet in "Vita" offers quality and modern treatment of the most common diseases in childhood incl.

Child consultation:

  • Monitoring of the physical and neuropsychological development of the child
  • Monitoring proper nutrition of the child

In its practice the pediatric cabinet of "Vita" follows international standards for nutrition in children, as regulated by the European Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN).

  • Prevention of rickets, obesity, hypotrophy, anemia, disturbances of the musculoskeletal system
  • Prevention of some family diseases
  • Children’s Endocrinology and Metabolism


  • required
  • reccommended


  • clinical laboratory
  • microbiological
  • virological
  • Xray

Children’s Endocrinology and Metabolism

This is a specialty, dealing with lesions of endocrine glands and metabolic disorders. Endocrine glands are complex by structure and they excrete special substances – called hormones, which act on organs and tissues in human organism. Functional disorders of each gland lead to some lesions with specific symptoms.

Professionals working in the pediatric cabinet of DCC "Vita", follow the leading trends in pediatric set by the European Paediatric Association (EPA / UNEPSA). There is an individual approach to each child according to the specific needs in an effort to continually improve the quality of patient care.





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