Infectious Diseases Centre
Infectious and microbiological diseases are diseases that can occur in every part of the body and are caused by bacteria, viruses or parasites, some of which can be Infectious.
As a result of advances in diagnostic methods and the use of new antimicrobial drugs, many infectious diseases can be diagnosed and treated.
Follow up infection diseases and treating them through a wide range of diseases from influenza, urinary tract infection, diarrhea , AIDS, meningitis, tuberculosis and jaundice that can be dangerous or even fatal. Since fever is one of the most common signs of infectious disease and infection is the most common cause of fever, the Infectious Diseases Unit has an important role in assessing fever patients.
Microbiology laboratories play an important role in the diagnosis and follow-up of infectious diseases.
The microorganisms that cause these diseases can be shown through cultural methods, serological tests, or direct investigations. Infectious disease specialists plan and implement teamwork to monitor and prevent nosocomial injuries caused by highly resistant microorganisms, especially in intensive care units.
The infection control committee established for this purpose is responsible for preventing inappropriate use of antibiotics, continuous training for infection control personnel and supervision of proper and effective cleaning of all hospital units.
Infectious disease specialists advise on vaccination and adult vaccination requirements.
What diseases do we diagnose and treat in the Center of Infectious and Microbiological Diseases?
- Upper respiratory tract infection.
- Influenza infection.
- Lower respiratory tract infection.
- Urinary Tract Infection.
- Cellulite and other skin infections.
- Hepatitis A
- Parasitic diseases.
- Treatment of sexually transmitted diseases and examination after suspicious intercourse.
- Travel consulting.
- Extrapulmonary tuberculosis.
- Adult Vaccination.
- Transferring patients from other specialties.
Diseases not previously diagnosed or of unknown origin?
- Infected patients.
- Acute gastroenteritis.
- Acute pyelonephritis.
- Cellulite, erysipelas
- Acute hepatitis
- Fever of unknown origin
- Nosocomial injuries.
Advanced laboratory techniques and molecular methods can be performed to diagnose some diseases in hospital laboratories and allow for the rapid treatment.
The Center for Infectious Diseases and Microbiology also provides advice on travel medicine, vaccination and other protections in adult and private groups.
In recent years, nosocomial infections remain a significant problem that threatens the safety of patients worldwide. In order to prevent nosocomial infections in the infectious and microbiological diseases center, all precautions are taken as hospital infrastructure and working principles.
The infection control committee ensures that preventive measures are taken not only for patients but also for staff and visitors.
For inquiries and medical advice about your treatment, “You just have to send all the medical information, tests, analyzes and written information about the condition of the disease, etc. by via social media, whats app and viber or you can directly contact our consultants via the numbers on the site.
After taking all the information required, we will assess the condition of the disease within only 24 hours of receiving your information and will provide you with all information about the treatment plan, details of treatment, treatment costs, duration of stay in Turkey and other services in our center.