Science and Philosophy Arşivleri - Dr. Tolgay Şatana

Travma ve İskelet Sistemi


Travma kavramı vücutta değişiklik yapan fiziksel yaralanma olarak tarif edilse de canlı bir organizmada biyokimyasal karmaşık sonuçları (bkz, travmaya karşı endokrin cevap) olduğu bilinmektedir. İskelet sistemi güçlü taşıyıcılığı, kafatası ve göğüs kafesi tarzında kaplayıcı özelliği ile fiziksel etkileşimlerde ilk Read more

İskelet Sistemi


Einstein "insanı ayakta tutan iskelet sistemi değil inanç ve prensipleridir" vurgusunu yadsımadan, iskeleti (İskelet Sistemi); kemik-Kas-Eklem yapılarından oluşan ayakta durmamızı sağlayan sistem olarak tanımlayabiliriz. İskelet; yunanca skeleton=kurumuş, mumyalaşmış vücut kelimesinden türetilmiştir. İnsanlardaki iskelet sistemi çoğu memeliler gibi "iç iskelet = Read more

Ortopedi ve Travmatoloji


Kas-İskelet sisteminin travma ve deformitelerinin cerrahisi, kas hastalıkları, eklem hastalıkları cerrahi ve tıbbi tedavisi üzerine çalışan cerrahi tıp bilimlerinin bir alt branşıdır. Ortopedi ve Travmatoloji uzmanı tarafından icra edilir. Türkiye'de mezuniyet sonrası 5 yıllık bir eğitim sonrasında hasta kabul eden Read more

Eyvah Fıtık Oldum Spor Yapamayacağım!


Dünya sağlık teşkilatı verilerine göre her 4 insandan biri otuzlu yaşlara kadar, hayatında en az bir kez omurga ağrısı (Boyun, sırt ve bel) nedeniyle yatak istirahati yapmak zorunda kalmaktadır. Omurga ağrısı çekenlerden yarısı tıbbi tedaviye ihtiyaç duymaktadır. Tüm dünyada Read more

Minimally Invasive Surgery on the Deathbed of the God-Physician Concept

Science and Philosophy

The modern life and advanced technologies buried the demigod shamans treating ailments and the legendary Imhotep and Hermes into unreal dreams with no way back.

People had waited for physicians with infinite respect and thought that their debt for treatment could never be repaid with expensive gifts or money until twenty years ago from out day. Now, this concept of medicine and physicians does not exist anymore.

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Is it an Astronaut A Knight Or a Physician

Science and Philosophy

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If I hadn’t chosen the profession of medicine in my country, I will have difficulty in understanding the pain the elite professionals of this field go through or seeing the challenges they have to put up with. Physicians are a part of the public assets of a country – they are of a national nature. Just like an astronaut or an aircraft engineer. They are entrusted with the duty to act as an engine in the developmental cycle of their country. By protecting public health over the individual. In the first years of our Republic, saying “one physician for every village” was no different than saying “one astronaut for every village”. The populist politics are enough for efforts to resolve healthcare problems with objective indicators and to get on the highway to the parliament. The concept of “It was a dream, not it is reality,” is actually a piece of this habit… You can create an objective example, you can procure a whole football team and make it the champion in Europe and then, you can boast about it before hundreds of people, feeling the honour of improving sports in Turkey and saying, “We did it!”, whereas rickets is still a public problem, obesity is still on the rise and you haven’t been able to create an education system that encourages sports, let alone making it a social habit… You exploit areas qualifying as forests, allocate areas reserved for recreation and earthquake-related construction to foreign capital and have skyscrapers built there… This is your “It was a dream, now it is reality”, but you never take notice of the people poisoned from their natural-gas heater right behind the skyscrapers… This is the politics in my country – that simple…

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All Out!

Science and Philosophy

Whenever I hear the word “isolation”, I think of the master poet Nazım – “free as a tree and brotherly as a forest”… Thinking like this relieves you, gives you a sensation of freshness. You think, “I am an intellectual. I think, therefore I am… But, I am, in fact, in a forest, so I can’t be that lonely!”. Today, when I read Mr. Emre Kongar’s article, I got a bit of a scare with the notion put forth through the observations of a sociologist that this forest is not brotherly at all…

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Captive Medicine Can Never Serve the Common Good

Science and Philosophy

Captive Medicine Can Never Serve the Common Good

The restriction of professional independence can never be for the common good. Any practice or law that enables external intervention in the profession of medicine must be abolished. In a society endeavouring to settle with military coups, the reason behind the rise of violence is the conflict that has descended into the individual level by reason of the transfer of the freedoms that were already suppressed by the coups and the hindrance of the independent will. This conflict will continue to be effective in a range extending from mobbing to manslaughter, with the variation arising from cultural levels and moral structures.

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Physicians’ Rights

Science and Philosophy

1. The right to apply contemporary and scientific medical means available:

As a profession, medicine has been become a field of practice that requires the fast-developing communication and information technologies at all levels. Once a physician caught a glimpse of the areas of application for advanced technology in medicine during their medical training, it is their right to experience the current developments in diagnosis and treatment later in their professional life. In this case, a physician attending to an official patient may refer them to an advanced centre.

2. The right to comply with principles of ethics during professional practice:

Ethical dilemmas in the practice of medicine may pose conflicts in legal, political, societal, aesthetic and economic values. The physician needs to enjoy the right to make their decisions freely and independently in the resolution of such conflicts.

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