© Borgis - Postępy Nauk Medycznych 12/2011, s. 1062
prof. Teresa Jackowska
We have the pleasure to introduce a next issue of our journal, this time concentrating on paediatric issues. The papers were written “on demand” of paediatricians working at general paediatric departments. Thus, the studies concern a broad spectrum of topics, from a variety of areas within paediatrics: gastroenterology, nephrology, cardiology, haematology, sleep disorders in children, social paediatrics.
The reasons and disorders which are the cause of admitting children to paediatric departments are of various types; hence the knowledge and experience of doctors working there must be enormous. The vast majority of children complete their diagnostics and treatment at paediatric wards, while certain children must be directed to high-specialised wards. This, however, does not mean that the paediatricians need not learn about the final diagnosis and broaden their knowledge in the given field.
Dear Reader, in this issue you will find nine original studies and two review papers, alongside with information on the Clinic of Paediatrics CMKP, which is celebrating the 35th anniversary of its existence.
The article in gastroenterology introduces the newest sequential therapy of H. pylori infections, which is in compliance with the recent recommendations of ESPGHAN and NASPGHAN from 2011. Based on randomised studies, the authors are of the opinion that the 10-day sequential therapy gives about 18% better results than the standard therapy in children, with a minor risk of adverse effects and may become the therapy of first choice in Poland.
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