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LOPUSHANSKAYA Natalia

Pediatrician M.D.
2010
Starts working
at EMC
1998
Beginning of
the medical career

Graduated ‘cum laude’ from the medical faculty of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia with a specialization in medical business and residency training in pediatrics in 2000. She took courses for improvement of qualifications at the Institute of Pediatrics and Children’s Surgery in 2005 and at the Department of Children’s Illnesses and Rheumatology of I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University in 2010. She is in the process of working out her master’s thesis on treatment of sickly children.

 

Experience

Worked in American Clinic, Moscow, for 2 years, and in American Medical Center for 6 years. Dr. Lopushanskaya treats children with various pathologies, including functional diseases of the gastroenteric tract and respiratory diseases. She has wide experience in vaccination of kids from various countries. Natalya Lopushanskaya specializes in problems of gastroenterology and diagnostics and treatment of children who are frequently sick. She practices an individual approach to each child, drawing up a detailed plan of action for diagnosing the cause of diseases, develops recommendations on the selection of effective vaccination schedule for children who are frequently sick. She possesses diagnostic methods of respiratory tract and gastroenteric tract diseases, including a unique technique of gastroesophageal reflux diagnostics in children (Gastroscan).

Professional interests

Gastroenterology in pediatrics

Languages

Russian, English.

Лопушанская Наталья Анатольевна

LOPUSHANSKAYA Natalia

Pediatrician M.D.
2010
Starts working
at EMC
1998
Beginning of
the medical career

Graduated ‘cum laude’ from the medical faculty of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia with a specialization in medical business and residency training in pediatrics in 2000. She took courses for improvement of qualifications at the Institute of Pediatrics and Children’s Surgery in 2005 and at the Department of Children’s Illnesses and Rheumatology of I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University in 2010. She is in the process of working out her master’s thesis on treatment of sickly children.

 

Department Children's clinic Moscow, 26 Trifonovskaya st. Telephone: +7 (495) 933 66 55

Experience

Worked in American Clinic, Moscow, for 2 years, and in American Medical Center for 6 years. Dr. Lopushanskaya treats children with various pathologies, including functional diseases of the gastroenteric tract and respiratory diseases. She has wide experience in vaccination of kids from various countries. Natalya Lopushanskaya specializes in problems of gastroenterology and diagnostics and treatment of children who are frequently sick. She practices an individual approach to each child, drawing up a detailed plan of action for diagnosing the cause of diseases, develops recommendations on the selection of effective vaccination schedule for children who are frequently sick. She possesses diagnostic methods of respiratory tract and gastroenteric tract diseases, including a unique technique of gastroesophageal reflux diagnostics in children (Gastroscan).

Questions

A child of 11 years old, suffers from cough for more than six months. The cough is dry, sometimes attack-like, mainly begins during the day, and often occurs before sleep. There is no cough at night. CBC is normal, glucose is 4.16, total IgE 111.80, Toxocara, Ascaride are negative, Cytomegalovirus ( read more )

A child of 11 years old, suffers from cough for more than six months. The cough is dry, sometimes attack-like, mainly begins during the day, and often occurs before sleep. There is no cough at night. CBC is normal, glucose is 4.16, total IgE 111.80, Toxocara, Ascaride are negative, Cytomegalovirus, Mycoplasma are negative, PPD test is negative as well. A chest x-ray is normal. We have already consulted with a therapist, otolaryngologist, pulmonologist, neurologist, gastroenterologist... the cough is still present. What should we do? ( hide )

First of all, there are no results of whooping cough testing among the results provided above. The disease cannot be ruled out, even if your child was vaccinated. The blood test for antibodies against the whooping cough germ is required (blood test for class M and G antibodies against Bordetella pertussis). Second, even a slight increase in class E antibodies is a reason to ( read more )

First of all, there are no results of whooping cough testing among the results provided above. The disease cannot be ruled out, even if your child was vaccinated. The blood test for antibodies against the whooping cough germ is required (blood test for class M and G antibodies against Bordetella pertussis). Second, even a slight increase in class E antibodies is a reason to visit an allergist and to perform an evaluation of respiratory function with bronchodilator. This method will detect a latent bronchial spasm in your child. Even if the results of the test will be normal, allergologist mast rule out the allergic nature of the cough even if it's not obstructive syndrome. Third, this cough can be due to gastroesophageal reflux. It is difficult to draw any conclusions having no data of gastroenterologist’s consultation. 24-hour acidity monitoring of the stomach and esophagus is carried out to confirm or exclude the presence of reflux. Fourth, you didn’t mention whether x-ray of nasopharynx and paranasal sinuses was done. Perhaps, after all, the pathology is associated with ENT organs. ( hide )

08.04.2016
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