CQHCWC hosts forum on children's allergic diseases

Updated: 2021-07-29



A forum on prevention and treatment of children's allergic diseases is held in Chongqing on July 17. [Photo/CQHCWC]

Hosted by the Chongqing Health Center for Women and Children (CQHCWC), a forum on prevention and treatment of children's allergic diseases was held at Auwi Hotel in Southwest China's Chongqing on July 17.

It aimed to improve diagnosing and treating children's allergic diseases in the city, standardize allergic diseases diagnosis and treatments, and enhance academic exchanges among major medical institutions.

Medical officials, such as Tang Xuyan, director of the Division of Maternal and Child Health from the Chongqing Municipal Health Commission, Wang Jian, secretary of the Party committee of the CQHCWC, and Fu Zhou, deputy secretary of the Party committee of the Children's Hospital of Chongqing Medical University, attended the forum and delivered speeches.

The event was held both offline and online, with nearly 200 pediatricians from all levels of maternal and child health care institutions and major pediatric medical institutions in Chongqing participating on-site at the event, and 4,468 attendees joined online.

Renowned experts, such as Gong Sitang, Wang Mo, Luo Zhengxiu, Xu Xiwei, Tan Liping and Li Xuemei, exchanged views during the forum that focused on current common concerns in the field of children's allergies.

They introduced new research progress on allergic diseases, including children's asthma, allergic rhinitis, digestive tract allergies, and skin allergies. The experts also discussed the diagnosis and management of allergic diseases from various aspects.

According to attendees, the forum broadened their horizons, improved their theoretical levels, and effectively helped enhance their abilities to clinically diagnosis and treat children's allergic diseases.

The CQHCWC will continue to help enhance children's health and promote the early diagnosis and prevention of children's allergic diseases as a contribution to the country's pediatric medical cause.