What does organ transplantation mean?
Transplantation means the transfer of an organ from a living organism or corpse. It can be performed in two ways: the transplant organ can be removed from the living body or from the corpse.
The most widespread transplantation in the world is kidney transplantation, to both adults and children.
Patients suffering from kidney failure can have a kidney transplant, because in this case the patients are on dialysis and only the organ transplant can help them.
It is important to know what actually caused kidney failure, both in adults and children. In adults, for example, hypertension and diabetes are some of the causes of kidney failure. In children, in general, the causes are genetic, and in the past no transplants were performed on children who weighed less than 10 kg. Nowadays, however, thanks to advanced technology, it can be performed even on children under the weight of 5 kg.
Organ transplantation has a 98% success rate.
What you need to know is that through a successful operation, those who do an organ transplant can live a normal life like everyone else. Children can have a normal childhood, adults, after transplantation, can have children and can continue life in a normal way.
We do more than just treat patients, we also educate them to provide a new direction for their lives.
We place as much importance on family and loved ones as we do on patients.
Besides Organ Transplantation we offer general surgery.
We use the most advanced endoscopic equipment for the diagnosis and treatment of digestive tract, stomach, pancreas, small intestine, large intestine and rectum cancers. Minimally invasive treatment is carried out with the aid of thoracoscopic, laparoscopic and robotic technologies. Health Councils composed of specialists from our Centers of Radiology, Oncology, Pathology, Psychiatry and Nutrition decide the most appropriate treatment method for each individual patient. The risk of cancer and other complications from reflux, one of today’s most common health issues, is diminished with effective treatment using laparoscopic or robot technology; this also ensures a higher quality of life for the patient.
This unit specializes in disease of gallbladder and billiary tracts, Liver and pancreas tumors and cancers that have spread from the liver to oder organs, using laparoscopic, open and robotic technology to minimize physical and psychological discomfort to the patient.
One of the modern world’s most severe health issues, obesity is not only an esthetic issues but also affect the overall health and quality of life of millions of people.
We use laparoscopic and robot technology to perform bariatric surgery that is known as the “Permanent Weight Loss Method” as a result of body weight loss up to 70%. This method begins to show significant results after 6 months and takes up to 18 months in total.
We are acutely aware of the vital importance of early detection and diagnosis in the successful treatment of breast diseases. The hospital is equipped with an impressive array of diagnostic tools including the latest ultrasound, mammography and breast PET scanning devices and technology.
Surgery for diseases of the thyroid and parathyroid glands is carried out using the latest minimally invasive techniques, avoiding large incisions and damage to the vocal cords and other organs with the aid of nerve monitorization and other advanced technologies.
We provide the most advanced treatment for post-operative injury and scarring.
Varicose veins causes pain and swelling as well as being unsightly and requires treatment. There are a number of methods used in this treatment around the world, principally laser treatment, open surgery, radiofrequency ablation and foam sclerotheraphy. We employ all these methods, according to exact nature and severity of the individual patient’s condition.
An aneurysm is an abnormal widening or balooning of a portion of an artery due to weakness in the wall of the blood vessel. If the condition is not treated effectively it can lead to bleeding and in extreme cases death. They are known as “stealthy killers” and for this reason smokers and men over the age of 60 are advised to undergo ultrasound tests to detect the disease.
Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) increase with age, in which plaque builds up in the arteries that carry blood to the head, organs and limbs. PAD usually affects the arteries in the legs, but it also can affect the arteries that carry blood from the heart to the head, arms, kidney and stomach. Failure to intervene can lead to stroke and paralysis.
The main cause of diabetic infection are vascular disease and nerve damage. About 25% of diabetic patients experience some form of diabetic foot condition and we are fully equipped for their treatment both by means of surgical intervantion and in cooperation with the alternative.