Success in vaccination lowers the age range of intensive care patients

Saturday, May 15, 2021 – 17:54 | Last Updated: 15 05 2021 – 17:55 Kocaeli University (KOU) Rector Prof. Dr. Sadettin Hülagü reported that the age range of patients hospitalized in intensive care has dropped to 40 to 60 due to the success of vaccination, the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19). Prof. Dr. Sadettin Hülagü said, “In the past, the majority of those who were hospitalized were 65 and over, including intensive care, but since…

"Success in vaccination lowers the age range of intensive care patients"

‘Take more care of children’ recommendation in full closure

gave | 01 May 2021 Saturday – 16:30 | Last Update: 01 05 2021 – 16:30 Trakya University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine, Faculty Member Prof. Dr. Serdar Öztora advised that vulnerable groups such as the elderly and children should be dealt with more in the period of complete closure. Prof. Dr. Öztora said to the AA correspondent that the complete closure is important in terms of controlling the rate of increase of…

"‘Take more care of children’ recommendation in full closure"

NTV team viewed intensive care

With the increase in the number of cases and severe patients in the epidemic, intensive care units now give a red alarm, and the occupancy rate is increasing day by day. NTV crew, Turkey’s largest hospital, City Hospital, Ankara entered the intensive care unit. Among those struggling to survive in intensive care, there are patients younger than 50 years old. (News: Öykü Tüccar – Camera: Ahmet Aldoğan)

"NTV team viewed intensive care"

‘The virus has changed weapons, red alarm bells are ringing in intensive care units’

Turkey, since the start of the epidemic 13 months, reached the highest number of cases and the number of severely ill patients. The President of the Turkish Intensive Care Association, Prof. Dr. İsmail Cinel emphasized that patients are beginning to be lost at a much younger age and that intensive care teams are faced with a severe traumatic process. Making important evaluations to Demirören News Agency, Prof. Dr. Cinel said, “When we think that this…

"‘The virus has changed weapons, red alarm bells are ringing in intensive care units’"

Head of the EU Delegation to Turkey: Turkey has a very impressive health care system

Turkey Photojournalists Derneğince (TFMD) organized “Press Photo of the Year 2021” special jury which Meyer-Landrut, after the evaluation meeting held in a hotel in Antalya met with journalists. Noting that there were impressive photographs and visuals in the contest, Meyer-Landrut stated that he witnessed interesting and fruitful discussions at the meeting. Meyer-Landrut, a new type of corona virus (Covidien-19) have also evaluation of the process, stressed that a strong health system in Turkey. “TURKEY IS…

"Head of the EU Delegation to Turkey: Turkey has a very impressive health care system"

What is podology? Which patients does the podology department look for? How is foot care done? What you need to know about foot care

Wednesday, April 07, 2021 – 16:04 | Last Updated: 07 04 2021 – 16:06 Studies show that 8 out of 10 people have a foot problem. All problems, from toenail to chronic foot pain, potentially affect a person’s overall quality of life and health, depending on how long it lasts. Therefore, foot care gains importance in both winter and summer months. So, what should be done for foot health? Podologist Didem Akçam talked about the…

"What is podology? Which patients does the podology department look for? How is foot care done? What you need to know about foot care"

Ankara Provincial Health Director: Our intensive care occupancy rate is 63 percent – Health News

Ankara Provincial Health Director Prof. Dr. Mehmet Gülüm, during the epidemic AnkaraHe gave information about the state hospitals in Turkey and the process. Gülüm said that there has been a great increase in corona virus cases in Ankara in the last 1 month, which is reflected in hospitals. “WE HAVE UP TO 5 FLOORS” Prof. Dr. Honey, “Case We have an increase of up to 5 times compared to before March. Our need for service…

"Ankara Provincial Health Director: Our intensive care occupancy rate is 63 percent – Health News"

How should skin care be in newborn babies? How often should babies be bathed? Things to consider when choosing baby shampoo!

The newborn baby’s skin is soft and delicate. Care should be taken to ensure that skin care products to be used for babies are non-perfumed and odorless, and should not contain dyes and chemicals with known harmful effects. Child Health and Diseases Specialist Prof. Dr. Nermin Tansuğ talked about the things to pay attention to when doing skin care for newborns. HOW SHOULD THE SKIN CARE FOR NEW BABIES? Since the skin of the newborn…

"How should skin care be in newborn babies? How often should babies be bathed? Things to consider when choosing baby shampoo!"

What should we do to prepare the skin for the season transition? Things to be careful about in skin care!

Sunday, March 28, 2021 – 18:08 | Last Updated: 28 03 2021 – 18:08 The needs of our skin also vary during seasonal changes. Our skin, which intensely feels environmental factors such as moisture, sun, wind and changes, reacts to this. So, what should we do to prepare the skin for the season transition? What are the things to be considered in skin care? Dermatology Specialist Dr. Aslı Eralp told. Dermatology Specialist Dr Aslı Eralp,…

"What should we do to prepare the skin for the season transition? Things to be careful about in skin care!"

‘Occupancy rate in intensive care exceeded 66 percent’

gave | Tuesday, March 23, 2021 – 13:52 | Last Updated: 23 03 2021 – 13:54 Ankara City Hospital Emergency Medicine Clinic Responsible Prof. Dr. Hakan Oğuztürk said, “As of now, the occupancy rate in intensive care is 66 percent. If this occupancy rate increases a little more; for example, if it exceeds 80%, there will be a more serious alarm.” Prof. Dr. Hakan Oğuztürk, Turkey and the country’s risk map coronavirus was to evaluate…

"‘Occupancy rate in intensive care exceeded 66 percent’"