Within the scope of medical tourism, the professor from the General Clinic of KTU Farabi Hospital. Professor Dr. Adnan çalık met with his patients in Batumi, Georgia. They showed great interest in the meeting even from other cities. The Explanation of Professor Dr. Adnan çalık was : “There is a need for health services in georgia our neighboring country . And we will continue to help our neighboring country Georgia with all the means we have . Today we viewed our patients who have concern in many sector’s .KTU Farabi hospital is the most equipped hospital in this region and in this way we can easily refer to our patients who are related to other disciplines to the relevant doctors in our hospital
The 16-year-old patient, who was having a hard time due to hyperosinophilia syndrome, seen in 3 out of 10 million people in Kyrgyzstan, regained his health after successfully completing treatment at KTU Farabi Hospital.
Arlene Abdulmalkov, who lives with his family in Kyrgyzstan, began to suffer from various diseases, especially rashes, itching and diarrhea, due to allergies, about 4 years ago.
Abdulmalikov’s disease, which was transferred to health institutions in his country for treatment, could not be diagnosed. On the recommendation of a doctor in Kyrgyzstan, Abdul Malikov applied to KTU Farabi Hospital. Head of Hematology Department A. Dr. Doctor. In tests and controls conducted under the direction of Mehmet Sunmez, it was determined that Abdulmalikoff suffers from hyperosinophilia syndrome, which appears in 3 out of 10 million people in hematology.
Abdul Malikov, who was immediately treated and disposed of the diseases he suffered, was discharged from the hospital after regaining his health.
“There has been no diagnosis in 3-4 years here it was completed in one week”
Sonmez told Anadolu Agency that the diagnosis of the disease cannot be made because health facilities in Kyrgyzstan are not as sophisticated as in Turkey, and said: “He came here, we conducted the diagnostic evaluation, and started his treatment immediately. “Right now the patient is fine and has no complaints,” he said. The next treatment is in his country and we will continue.”
Explaining that hyperosinophilia syndrome causes some allergic reactions and that the biggest complaint of the patient is rashes, diarrhea and various allergic reactions, Sunmez said all these diseases have been resolved.
Noting that the disease is very rare, Sonmez continued:
“The infection rate is 0.003 per 1,000, about 3 per 10 million. These results are very difficult to come by because the facilities here are not like those in Kyrgyzstan. There was no diagnosis in 3-4 years, resulting in one week here. It’s not genetic, it’s late, the reason is unknown. It’s sick We don’t give chemotherapy, we planned the operation with some practical and harmless treatments, and it was very successful because she was young. We will do the next treatment with the hematology friends we trained there. We told them, “Do it that way.” We will say and follow up with them but he will come here to the main controls.”
Sunmez stressed that Trabzon is one of the important cities in terms of health tourism and that opportunities in health institutions are not available in many countries, noting its readiness to provide services to all people in need of health.
“The professors there recommended it, so we came here”
Arlene Abdulmelikov also stated that he was very happy with his recovery, adding: “My illness was very severe. Sometimes I couldn’t breathe I’m so happy to come here I thank everyone The professors there recommended it, so we came here. This place is better It’s not the doctors’ fault there. “They can’t do it on time and right because they don’t have enough resources. They are better in Turkey,” he said.
On the other hand, Father Armand Abdulmalikov stated that Turkey is in a very good position in the field of health and that they are very grateful for