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Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology

The spectrum of diseases covered by Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology is broad and occupies a significant place in human life. Almost everyone seeks medical attention related to this field at least once in their lifetime. Due to the diversity of infectious diseases and their ability to affect all organs, detailed medical history, thorough examination, and diagnostic tests are required for diagnosis.

Diseases that are accurately diagnosed and treated often result in complete recovery. Success rates in treatment are close to one hundred percent.

The diseases within the scope of expertise in Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology include: All diseases caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites, Febrile illnesses, urinary tract infections, Respiratory tract infections, influenza, diarrhea, Sexually transmitted diseases, screening after suspected sexual intercourse, Brain and spinal cord infections (meningitis, encephalitis, etc.), Joint inflammations, soft tissue and bone infections, Intensive care infections, surgical site infections, Diabetic foot infections, HIV, AIDS, syphilis, Jaundice (hepatitis), typhoid fever, brucellosis, tuberculosis, etc., Post-travel infections, travel vaccinations, adult immunization (vaccination), travel medicine consultancy services. The increase in hospital numbers, the rise in hospital admissions, the increase in hospital entries and exits, and naturally, the increase in patient visits, along with hospital infections associated with excessive antibiotic use, can be prevented by fully implementing infection control strategies. Achieving the goal of minimizing hospital infections, which ranks first among the quality indicators of inpatient care facilities, is ensured by an Infection Control Committee (ICC) diligently working in this regard.

This committee meets regularly every month in accordance with the regulations of inpatient care facilities infection control and scientific procedures (CDC: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). The control and monitoring of antibiotic use in our hospital are conducted by the ICC. In addition, an infection control plan is continuously updated and implemented by the ICC.

Nearly all laboratory services for infection diagnosis are available in our hospital laboratory with the latest technologies, and results are provided by Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology specialists through visits personally conducted by them. Thus, the patient is followed up by the same physician both clinically and from a laboratory perspective.

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