Allergy and respiratory tract treatment

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Our Centre can carry out all the tests necessary to accurately determine the cause of a patient’s allergy and offer the most advanced allergy treatments now available.

Data of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) show that today, around 600 million people have allergic rhinitis and 300 million people suffer from asthma. It is estimated that in the coming decade one in two people will experience at least one form of allergy. Morbidity is largely caused by a genetic predisposition.

The most common diseases: atopic dermatitis (more often in children), allergic contact dermatitis, hives (urticaria), food allergy, allergic rhinitis (runny nose), allergic (bronchial) asthma, otitis, allergic conjunctivitis, anaphylaxis, angioedema (swelling), hay fever.

Treatment: All the allergy tests can be carried out in one place, our Centre. Skin prick test results will be available in 15 to 30 minutes, patch test results—in a week (reaction to an allergen is evaluated in different time intervals), blood test results—in 1 to 2 hours or in a week, depending on a test.
Sometimes an elimination diet is used as a diagnostic tool—the patient is advised to remove a potentially allergy-triggering food product from his or her diet for 2 to 4 weeks and then observe the effect of the elimination. In summary, accurate diagnosis in our centre takes from a few hours to a few weeks, depending on the individual case.
Allergies can be treated with allergen avoidance, medication, and allergen-specific immunotherapy (ASIT), the latter inducing a lasting allergen tolerance through exposure to low doses of the allergen.
Usually medication (antihistamines, glucocorticoids, antileukotrienes, etc.) is prescribed to relieve the symptoms.

It is important to know that if the cause is accurately determined in time, it is absolutely possible to curb the allergy, live comfortably, avoid allergy-induced conditions and often even cure the allergy with immunotherapy.

  • sneezing;
  • itchy, watery eyes;
  • runny or stuffy nose;
  • headache;
  • asthma attacks;
  • shortness of breath;
  • cough.

These common symptoms can often be misinterpreted as indicative of a cold or other non-allergic condition (for example, digestive issues). Therefore, it is worth knowing that, for instance, an allergic runny nose is not accompanied by fever, and allergy symptoms usually last for quite some time and repeat at the same time of the year.

  • skin rash (hives);
  • skin redness;
  • itchiness;
  • swelling;
  • shortness of breath;
  • stomach ache;
  • full-body weakness;
  • dizziness;
  • rapid heart rate;
  • sore throat.

Allergy and respiratory tract treatment price

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Consultation of the alergologist and clinical immunologist

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Primary consultation of associate professor of Medicine, Dr. Med. alergologist and clinical immunologist

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Repeated consultation of the alergologist and clinical immunologist

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Allergic test (10 tests)

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Allergic test (5 tests)

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Allergicl test (1 test)

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Application of allergological kit on the skin

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Autologous serum test

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Provocation test with local anesthetics (intradermal and subcutaneous tests)

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Provocation test with local anesthetics (skin puncture and intradermal tests)

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Skin application test (for 1 test)

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Skin application test (Cosmetic material), (for 1 test)

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Skin application test (Cosmetic material), (for 10 tests)

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Skin application test (Cosmetic material), (for 48 tests)

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Skin application test (Cosmetic material), (for 5 tests)

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Skin application test (Cosmetic material), (for 57 tests)

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Skin application test (Dentist material), (for 1 test)

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Skin application test (Dentist material), (for 10 tests)

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Skin application test (Dentist material), (for 30 tests)

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Skin application test (Dentist material), (for 31 tests)

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Skin application test (Dentist material), (for 5 test)

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Skin application test (Europe standart), (for 1 test)

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Skin application test (Europe standart), (for 10 tests)

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Skin application test (Europe standart), (for 26 tests)

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Skin application test (Europe standart), (for 30 tests)

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Skin application test (Europe standart), (for 5 tests)

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Treatment of a provoked allergic reaction

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TRUE TEST (dermatitis and contact allergy testing)

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Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT)

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Alkaline phosphatase (ALP)

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Antibodies of thyroid peroxidase (ATPO) (thyroid microsomal antibodies)

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Aspartate Aminotransferase (AST)

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Automated blood analysis (33 analytes with the reticulocytes)

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Automatic blood test (26 analytes)

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C reactive protein (CRP)

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Creatinine (CREA)

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Cytological examination of vaginal smears, smears of phlegm, smears from nose, ear, tongue, performed by doctor

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Cytomorphological blood cells assay

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Determintaion of specific IgE for II alergen (20 inhaled): Der. Pteronyssinus, Der. Farinae, cat, dog, horse, guinea pig, rabbit, hamster, a mixture of cage birds (budgies, chickens, canaries and goose feathers),

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Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR)

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Gama-Glutamyltransferase (GGT)

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IgG4 against one allergen or one allergen component

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Immunoglobuline A (IgA)

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Immunoglobuline E (IgE)

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Immunoglobuline G (IgG)

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Immunoglobuline M (IgM)

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One allergen component

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Specific IgE evaluation ( 20 food allergens) Eggs, milk, yeast: Egg white, Egg yolk, Milk, Yeast Grains: Wheat flour, Rye flour, Rice, Soy nuts: Peanuts, Hazelnuts

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Specific IgE evaluation ( 20 inhalant allergens). Herbs and trees.

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Specific IgE evaluation ( Food allergens 32 isolated + 9 in mix)

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Specific IgE evaluation (by list of allergens)

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Specific IgE evaluation (LT - atopic allergens 31 isolated + 17 in mix)

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Specific IgE evaluation (Peru - atopic allergens 33 isolated + 2 in mix)

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Specific IgE evaluation (set of 17 isolated + 41 in mix inhaled allergens)

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Specific IgE evaluation (set of 20 atopic allergens) Inhaled allergens: Timothy-grass, Rye, Birch, Artemisia, Cat, Dog, Horse, Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus, Cladosporium herbarum, Alternaria alternata food allergens

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Specific IgE evaluation (set of 27 mixed allergens) Herbs and trees: Herb mix (Timothy-grass and rye), Birch, Mugwort
House dust mites:Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus, Dermatophagoides farinae
Animal allergens

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Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH)

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Total vitamin D (25-OH)

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Tryptase

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Urea (UREA)

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Intramascular injection in a medical treatment room

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Subcutaneous injection in a medical treatment room

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What factors affect the price?

The prices indicated below apply to citizens of the Republic of Lithuania and the European Union.
If you are coming from another country please check the price by telephoning or sending an email.

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When are the examinations are carried out:

The time of specific tests and associated data are presented here.
The time of pathology and citology examinations here.

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Assoc. prof., MD  Blaziene Audra
Assoc. prof., MD Blaziene Audra

Allergologist and clinical immunologist, Pulmonologist

Assoc. prof., MD Blaziene Audra

Allergologist and clinical immunologist, Pulmonologist

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Korsakiene Zivile
Korsakiene Zivile

Allergologist and clinical immunologist

Korsakiene Zivile

Allergologist and clinical immunologist

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Stirbiene Neringa
Stirbiene Neringa

Allergologist and clinical immunologist

Stirbiene Neringa

Allergologist and clinical immunologist

  • LT, EN
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For successful treatment, close cooperation between the allergist and gastroenterologist or dermatologist is often needed, especially if the allergy causes atopic dermatitis or hives, gastritis, enterocolitis or even anaphylaxis for adults. If a patient suffers from allergic rhinitis, the allergist cooperates with the ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctor.

FAQ (frequently asked questions)

The most important part of the allergist’s job is determining the allergen causing the allergy, because only then does the patient know which allergens to avoid. For example, if the patient is diagnosed with food allergy, a special diet (eliminating food allergens) is recommended. Drug therapy is vital for treating allergic rhinitis, asthma, atopic dermatitis, etc.

An effective way to treat allergic rhinitis and asthma is to apply allergen-specific immunotherapy (exposure to the allergen causing the disease). This method helps patients reach long-term remission or even to be completely cured.

Bronchial asthma has been successfully treated with ambulatory care (at home) for years now. Medicine with lasting positive effect is prescribed. The patient on medication can live a normal life, work, study, be active, even workout. Sometimes people may not even suspect that the person next to them has bronchial asthma.
Nowadays this condition is usually treated with inhaled glucocorticoids and long-acting bronchodilators. In its milder forms, low doses are sufficient, and if it gets worse, higher doses are prescribed. Severe asthma is treated with biologic therapy or allergen-specific immunotherapy.

Any food product can trigger an allergic reaction, but there are 7 products that are responsible for about 90% of allergies:

  • eggs;
  • milk;
  • nuts;
  • fish;
  • seafood;
  • wheat;
  • soya.

Other factors that often trigger allergies are:

  • dust mites;
  • mould;
  • contact with animals;
  • insect stings or bites;
  • household chemicals;
    cosmetics.

The main cause of allergies is a genetic factor. Research shows that if the father or mother is allergic, then the likelihood of their children being allergic too can be from 50 to 85 percent.

Lifestyle also contributes. Allergies can be provoked by increasing environmental pollution, heavy household chemical use, processed foods (colouring agents, flavourings, preservatives), stress, bad habits.

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