Infectious diseases and Clinical Microbiology Infection Diseases are the most common diseases in all countries of the world. In developing countries like our country, the most common cause of death is among the diseases. However, most of them end up with complete healing without releasing any sequels when they are treated appropriately. There are thousands of microorganisms that cause infectious diseases. These are bacteria, fungi, parasites and viruses that are too small to be seen with simple microscopy.
General Policlinic Services include: diarrhea, malaria, toxoplasmosis, skin infection diseases, sexually transmitted diseases, flu, colds, other viral infections, mmalta fever, parasitic diseases, infections caused by bacteria, fungi and parasites are diagnosed and treated. In cases where necessary, the diagnosis and treatment of the patients is carried out for inpatient. All types of analysis and screening tests are carried out with laboratory support. To prevent the formation of infectious diseases, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis A, tetanus, influenza and meningitis vaccines are applied to people who are sensitive and at risk.
The Hospital Infection Control Committee:
The Hospital Infection Control Committee carries out the work of the committee responsible for the follow-up, control and prevention of infections that may develop in the hospital environment. Various training sessions organized by the infection control committee and the training of the personnel are given importance. Vaccination of all susceptible personnel against hepatitis B infection is ensured. Periodic examinations of the personnel are carried out periodically.
* Inpatient consultation services and follow-up of patients are carried out.