The experience of personnel and the use of modern tools make it possible to perform specialised tests for:
- Assessment of respiratory function
- Allergy diagnosis
- Assessment of respiratory inflammation
- Assessment of associated pathologies
Respiratory funcion examinations
Primary test for studying respiratory function. Provides measurement of air flows and volumes in a cooperative child.
Test for measuring the resistance in airways of small, uncooperative children.
Test for measuring the resistance in airways of small, uncooperative children. Used less frequently than RINT/ROCC.
Test for measuring all static pulmonary volumes and the total pulmonary capacity.
Test using various methods to assess the presence of stress asthma (induced by physical activity).
Test that assesses the variations in respiratory function after administering bronchodilators like salbutamol.
Immediate understanding examination that allows to investigate the presence of any allergic sensitization to inhalant and food.
Examination used in case of contact dermatitis suspected, to identify the substances which, in contact with the skin, leads to a local inflammatory reaction.
Evaluation of inflammation
Test that measures nitric oxide in exhaled air, a gas that is linked to allergic inflammation of respiratory airways.
Test that measures nitric oxide in the nasal cavities, a screening method for diagnosing primary ciliary dyskinesia.
Test that makes it possible to assess inflammatory cells in bronchial secretions, obtained via induced expectorate.
Test that makes it possible to assess inflammatory cells in nasal secretions.
Test that makes it possible to assess inflammatory cells at the conjunctival level.
Test that makes it possible to assess nasal respiratory function.
Test used to diagnose gastroesophageal reflux, making it possible to assess the presence of acid or non-acid reflux.
Test that is less invasive than impedance pH monitoring to assess symptoms connected with the presence of gastroesophageal reflux.