Adana City Training and Research Hospital
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Adana City Training and Research Hospital
The hospital strives to provide high-quality health service to maintain patient and health worker satisfaction at the highest level in a modern and spacious hospital structure where the highest technologies are used, with strong health staff in terms of knowledge and experience, including academic staff. And to carry out scientific research activities at the national and international levels .
Vision of the City Training and Research Hospital in Adana
To become a respected and preferred institution with national and international recognition by going beyond the borders of the region.
The services of the City Training and Research Hospital in Adana are distinguished
angio (coronary angiography) unit of the City Training and Research Hospital in Adana
Coronary angiography is an invasive diagnostic method, not a type of surgery. Coronary angiography is the process of injecting a special dye into the vessels of the heart and taking pictures using an imaging system. Coronary angiography is performed in state-of-the-art laboratories equipped with an angiography machine and trained, experienced cardiologists and health workers. The patient does not need to sleep for the procedure, the patient is awake and can talk during the procedure.
who has to perform this operation
People with chest pain considered a risk factor and suggestive of coronary artery disease,
• those who have had a heart attack,
• Those who have undergone coronary intervention (balloon stenting) or coronary artery surgery before and who suffer from recurrent chest pain,
• survivors of sudden death,
• People who are going to have heart (heart valve) surgery other than coronary artery disease,
• people who will undergo surgery of the heart and blood vessels (arteries),
• in people with severe, life-threatening arrhythmias,
• Cardiac angiography should be visualized by coronary angiography in persons at risk of abnormalities in non-invasive tests (ECG, echocardiography or exercise EKG).
The dialysis unit of the City Training and Research Hospital in Adana
In Adana City Training and Research Hospital in Hemodialysis Center, patients are treated under the responsibility of a nephrologist, accompanied by a dialysis doctor, a nurse, a dialysis technician, a nutritionist and a psychologist. Patients diagnosed with hepatitis B and hepatitis C receive dialysis treatments in separate rooms and separate machines. The center serves 190 patients with 40 programmed machines. Monthly, 3-month, and 6-month blood tests are performed for all dialysis patients, and chest radiographs and ECGs are monitored. Donor kidney transplants are performed in collaboration with the transplant team. Patients are followed up by specialized physicians before and after surgery. In the peritoneal dialysis unit, 100 patients are served.
ERCP unit of the City Training and Research Hospital in Adana
ERCP is the method used in the endoscopic diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the bile duct and pancreas.
How to follow the ercp path
When patients with indications for ERCP present to the gastroenterology outpatient clinic, the ERCP is performed with their admission to the gastroenterology service.
Does the patient feel the operation in the Ercp operation?
Anesthesia procedures are completed before or after patients are admitted to the hospital for ERCP. Patients do not feel the procedure because they are being treated with anesthesia.
In what cases is Ercp implemented?
In all types of bile duct obstruction (stones, tumors, stenosis), in case of bile leakage that may develop after gallbladder operations, in case of opening of a cyst in the liver into the bile duct, in injuries of the pancreatic duct.
What are the complications of the Ercp process?
The most common complication of ERCP is pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas). While pancreatitis is mostly mild, it is rarely severe enough to be life-threatening. Other than pancreatitis, conditions such as bleeding and perforation of the intestine and bile duct may develop, which may require emergency surgical intervention. Because the ERCP procedure is performed under anesthesia, respiratory and heart problems related to anesthesia may occur.
Is there an alternative to the ercp process?
In cases where ERCP cannot be performed, PTK (a procedure performed by inserting the skin with a needle and viewing the bile duct) may be performed.
What are the conditions to be considered before the ercp process?
Patients should definitely tell about their previous illnesses (diabetes, high blood pressure, heart and lung disease) and the medications they use (especially blood thinners and medications they are allergic to).
How is the ercp process done?
The operation is performed on the patient after fasting at least 8 hours. Before the procedure, the patient's vascular outlet is opened. In order for the patient to sleep and not feel pain during the operation, the operation is performed under anesthesia.
How long does the ercp process take?
It takes 30 minutes on average.
What is the success rate of ercp?
The success rate is 85-90%.
How many days does the patient sleep in the hospital after Ercp?
If no complications occur during the ERCP procedure, the patient will be discharged from the hospital after one day of follow-up.