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Department of pediatrics and neonatology FPGE

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79010, UKRAINE, Lviv, Pekarska str., 69.

Phone +38 (0322) 29-41-624.



Head of the department

MD, PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Professor – Korzhynskyi Yuriy Stepanoych



  • Korzhynskyy Yuriy, Head  of department
  • Kotsay Bogdan, Docent
  • Dubey Leonid, Professor
  • Omelyanenko Olga, Docent
  • Savchak Nataliya, Docent
  • Marchenko Tetyana, Docent
  • Sakalosh Lesya,Docent
  • Chuyko Mariya, Docent
  • Podolyanska Victoria, Assistant
  • Kunovska Larisa,Assistant
  • Kvit Dmytro, Assistant
  • Zabor Victoria, Assistant
  • Yabchanka Oleksandr,Assistant
  • Kachmaryk-Boisyn Lesya, Assistant
  • Lisnyy Andriy, Assistant
  • Uska Vira,Assistant
  • Trotskyy Hryhoriy,Assistant
  • Yatskevych Iryna, Assistant
  • Kamyt Natalija, Assistant

Medical activity

The department is affiliated to:

  • Lviv City Children's Clinical Hospital (LCCH),
  • Western Ukrainian Specialized Children’s Medical Centre (WUSCMC),
  • Lviv State Regional Perinatal Centre (LSRPC),
  • 3rd Lviv Municipal Maternity Hospital (3LMMH),
  • 4- and 5- City Clinical Outpatient Polyclinic (4  and 5CCP).

The teachers of the department are working in all the above clinical institutions.

Financial support of clinical equipment is satisfactory. It is sufficiently performing diagnostic and therapeutic measures using modern equipment.

All faculty staff are carriing out the significant volume of treatment and consulting activity. They provide consultations to hospitals in other regions of Ukraine, namely Volyn and Rivne.

All faculty members are performing therapeutic and diagnostic work according to the standards of the Ministry of Health Care of Ukraine from 05.06.97r. and order № 33 from 23.02.2000r.

  • The impact of hyperbilirubinemias on the neuro-psychological development of term and preterm infants, optimizing treatment strategy;
  • The comprehensive assessment of the health of children living in areas contaminated with fluoride salts and heavy metals; the influence of perinatal factors, geographical and environmental conditions on health and physical development of children; the researching of trace-element composition of serum schoolchildren from cities Sosnivka and Lviv and indicators of physical development of newborns of different gestational age in miner region in Western Ukraine.
  • The influence of character of feeding, the microbiocenosis of the digestive tract and respiratory tract and other factors on health term and preterm infants;
  • The limited open clinical trial of the drug "Gastro-Norm" - bismuth subcitrate - 0.12 g produced by "Galichfarm" as work within the international program "Health of Mother and Child";
  • The influence of character of feeding on the development of atopy in infants with normal and high risk realisation of food allergy;
  • The technology for primary care at the intra-ventricular hemorrhage in newborns;
  • The role of vitamins A and E and microelements zinc and selenium in children with cystic fibrosis;
  • Prognosis and quality of life of children who endured convulsions in the neonatal period;
  • The monitoring of the state of health and rehabilitation of young children who had  the mechanical ventilator in neonatal period;
  • Characteristics of endocrine complications in children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia;
  • The impact of rotavirus infection on the health of children born to HIV-infected mothers;
  • Studing the frequency of vertical transmission subject to zinc supplementation of child's organism and completeness of perinatal antiretroviral prophylaxis;
  • The features of the functioning of the pancreas in children with gastroduodenal pathology depending on the presence of Helicobacter Pilori;
  • Study of the prevalence of respiratory syncytial virus infection in infants;
  • Study the effectiveness of craniocerebral hypotermia in infants born in asphyxia in a regional perinatal center;
  • The effect of probiotics on the gastrointestinal tract infants who born with intrauterine infection.