Infectious Diseases Clinic

Eugenijus PREIDIS
Head of the Infectious Diseases Clinic
+370 45 58 67 80

As the world changes, infectious diseases and their causative agents changes also. A large number of infectious diseases have been discovered in the last 50 years: Ebola fever, avian and swine flu, ZIKA, HIV viral infections, etc. Koksaki viral infection, which is manifested by fever, rashes in the palms and soles, can cause meningitis.

New reasons create favorable conditions for the recurrence of communicable diseases. Irresponsible treatment of nature has created conditions for the development and spread of Ebola, legionellosis, mad cow disease. Another reason is the reactive approach to vaccines. The movement against vaccines interferes with vaccinations and therefore the number of diseases that have not been recorded for many years is increasing. The problem is exacerbated by drugs, alcohol, irresponsible sex life, which is the case to spread of hepatitis, AIDS, etc. Every year, 58 cases of infectious diseases per 1000 inhabitants are recorded. The largest part consists of post-grip complications, diarrhea, diseases distributed by mite.

Lithuania is the country with one of the highest rates of mite - borne diseases in Europe. From all diseases recorded in Lithuania, communicable diseases account for 10 to 20%. One of the most relevant communicable diseases is flu, whose virus changes very quickly, changes its genetic information. The use of antibiotics in unintended and irresponsible use increased bacterial resistance to antibiotics, and increased 100 times Clastridium diff caused by colites.

The Infectious Disease Clinic of the Panevėžys Republican Hospital of treats patients who have been sick because of food, dirty hands, skin, damaged mucous membranes, by sex (HIV/AIDS, hepatitis) or air-drip (TBC, flu). The Infectious Diseases Clinic has many new diagnostic options that allow effectively fight against various infectious diseases. The possibilities of immunological, DNA testing have expanded considerably - it is already possible to identify the disease more quickly and accurately. Many new studies are also being carried out in the laboratories of the Panevėžys Republican Hospital. Gene - expert method allows for the rapid detection of pathogens of TBC, Clostridium diff.

Staff of the Infectious Diseases Clinic are constantly improving, raising their professional qualifications in Lithuania and abroad, are always ready to provide necessary medical assistance in a qualitative and effective manner.

 

 


General Infectious Diseases Unit
Eugenijus PREIDIS
Head of the Infectious Diseases Clinic - Infectious Diseases Doctor
+370 45 58 67 80
infekcine-anti-bot-bit@panevezioligonine.lt

 

Reception room +370 45 58 67 53

Infectious Diseases Advisory Unit
Eugenijus PREIDIS
Head of the Infectious Diseases Clinic - Infectious Diseases Doctor
+370 45 58 67 80
Infectious Diseases in Adult Division
Violeta DAMBRAUSKIENĖ
Head of Unit — Infectious Disease Doctor
+370 45 58 73 59
Infectious Diseases in Children's Department
Vilija UKSIENĖ
Head of Unit — Paediatric Doctor
+370 45 58 67 29
Skin and Venerated Diseases Department
Information will be available soon...
Pulmonology Chapter I
Justina KRUOPIENĖ
Head of Unit — Doctor Pulmonologist
+370 45 50 82 49
Pulmonology Chapter II
Information will be available soon...
Last time modified: 2021-11-15 09:57