"Shqiptaret per shqiptaret" ne News24 - 26 prill, 2019
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"Shqiptaret per shqiptaret" ne News24 - 26 prill, 2019
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Mjeku ortoped nga Turqia Dr. Kose vjen të enjten më 28 shkurt në Spitalin Amerikan Kosove. Rezervoni terminin tuaj ne Spitalin Amerikan në Prishtinë.
Spitali Amerikan ne Prishtine dhe ortopedi i njohur turk Dr. Kamil Cagri Kose kane realizuar një intervenim shume delikat te një pacienti qe vuante nga shtrembërimi i shtyllës kurrizore.
Një intervenim i dale me sukses ku pacientit i është bere korrigjimi i lakimit te rruazave te shtyllës kurrizore dhe fiksimi në pozicionin e duhur. Spitali Amerikan ne Kosove, edhe një here ka sjelle dhe realizuar nëpërmjet mjekut te njohur Dr. Kose ndërhyrjen me sukses i një operacioni I cili nuk kryhet as ne Maqedoni dhe as ne Kosove.
Spitali Amerikan ne Prishtine dhe ortopedi i njohur turk Dr. Kamil Cagri Kose kane relializuar keto dite nje intervenim shume delikat te nje pacienti qe vuante nga shtremberimi i shtylles kurrizore.
Nje intervenim i dale me sukses ku pacientit i eshte bere korrigjimi i lakimit te rruazave te shtylles kurrizore dhe fiksimi në pozicionin e duhur. Spitali Amerikan ne Kosove, edhe nje here ka sjelle dhe realizuar nepermjet mjekut te njohur Dr. Kose nderhyrjen me sukses i nje operacioni, i cili nuk kryhet as ne Maqedoni dhe as ne Kosove.
Prof. Dr.Kamil Cagri Kose bën mrekulli me shpinën. E fundit që mund ta thotë këtë është M.H. Vajza nga Pogradeci ka rifituar pamjen e saj të mëparshme pas ndërhyrjes kirurgjikale të suksesshme të kryer nga Prof. Dr. Kamil Cagri Kose i Klinikës Ortoshpinë - Orthospine Clinic, në Tiranë.
Deformimi i shtyllës kurrizore në anën e majtë të shpinës i kishte filluar vitin e kaluar duke progresuar dhe i shkaktuar shumë dhembje pacientes. Mjekët me të cilët ishte konsultuar i kishin sugjeruar se problemi i saj gjente zgjidhje vetëm jashtë Shqipërisë, por dikush i kishte folur për një mjek turk që merrte përsipër raste të tilla të komplikuara në Tiranë.
Në Spitalin amerikan në Kosovë, të hënën me datë katë shkurt vjen mjeku nga Turqia Kamil Cagri Kose.
Doktor Kose në abshkëpunim me Spitalin Amerikan kanë realizuar një intervenim shumë delikat i cili rezultoj me sukse, shkruan "Zëri.Info".
"Mjeku ortoped nga Turqia Dr. Kamil Cagri Kose vjen te henen me date 4 Shkurt ne Spitalin Amerikan Kosove.
“Vertebral Body Tethering”, teknika më moderne që korrigjon skoliozën te fëmijët pa penguar zhvillimin e shpinës dhe kraharorit. Trajtimi i Skoliozës në moshë të vogël me teknikën më të re të korrigjimit “Vertebral Body Tethering” tashmë është i mundur edhe në Shqipëri. Prof. Dr. Kamil Cagri Kose në Klinikën Ortoshpinë i ka kthyer buzëqeshjen vajzës 8-vjeçare nga Turqia e cila vuante nga skolioza.
Ka përfunduar me sukses rasti i 14-vjeçares D. B e cila vuante nga skolioza neuromuskulore dhe një neurofibromë gjigante. Falë eksepriencës dhe profesionalizmit të Prof. Dr. Kamil Cagri Kose (Klinika Ortoshpine – Orthospine Clinic) tashmë vajza nga Vlora mund t’i gëzohet jetës si gjithë bashkëmoshataret e saj.
Sakarya University Training and Research Hospital Orthopedics and Traumatology Clinic Chief Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse was able to treat the cervical deformity if muscular dystrophy patients with a simultaneous 3-stage surgery.
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Sakarya University (SAU) Training and Research Hospital Orthopedics and Traumatology Clinic Chief Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse treated a patient with a severe hump with the new technique.
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Using equipment from a manufacturing company, a team of voluntarily Turkish doctors has saved the lives of a mother and her baby with a single surgery at Banadir Hospital in Somali capital here, Anadolu news agency reported.
Fahriye Hassain, a eight-month pregnant woman, who was hit by a car, broke her spine and suffered from paraplegia.
Turkish doctors who have been working voluntarily in the hospital performed the first spinal surgery in Somalia and save the lives of both the mother and her baby.
Prof. Dr. Kamil Cagri Kose told Anadolu that they did not have the equipment required for the surgery, so they had asked them from a manufacturing company in Turkey, and the company sent the materials free of charge.
Kose said that if they had not performed the surgery, the woman and her baby would have certainly died.
Turkish doctors saved the lives of a mother and her baby with a single surgery at Banadir Hospital in Somali capital Mogadishu.
Eight-month-pregnant Fahriye Hassain, who was hit by a car, broke her spine, and suffered from paraplegia.
Taken to Banadir Hospital, Hassain was operated by Turkish doctors who have been working voluntarily in the hospital for a while.
Turkish doctors performed the first spinal surgery in Somalia, and saved the lives of both Hassein and her baby.
Doctor Kamil Cagri Kose told A.A that they did not have the equipment required for the surgery so they asked them from a manufacturing company in Turkey, and the company sent the materials free of charge.
Kose said that if they had not performed the surgery, the woman and her baby would have certainly died. Kose added that the surgery was successful.
Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse, treated 300 patients with scoliosis in one year. Most of these operations are either done in some private hospitals for thousands of liras or not done in many university hospitals because of lack of “materials or time” and sent to private institutions.
Turkey began talking about the “whole day duty” application announced with a governmental decree in recent days. Especially in big cities such as Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir, the doctors of medical faculties advocates that they will not be able to look after the patients with the new arrangement and that the citizens will suffer seriously in university hospitals. On the other hand, many university teachers who do not have a private practice and who do not work in private continue to serve patients.
Sakarya University (SAU) Faculty of Medicine Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology Head of Department Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse, treated 300 scoliosis patients which were either to be operated in private hospitals for thousands of liras or not done in many university hospitals because of lack of “materials or time” and sent to private institutions to be treated. It is interesting that many patients coming to Dr Kose have waited for years to be appointed for surgery in Istanbul Universities and were directed to private hospitals.
Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse treated Elif Yıldırım, who was at risk of death due to scoliosis causing pressure on the heart and lungs in Erzurum. Yıldırım's father, Recep Yıldırım brought his daughter to Sakarya on the news of Hilal Demir, 15, who had been waiting for three years at the Istanbul University Çapa Medical Faculty Hospital and finally recovered her health in Sakarya. Yildirim told that he had previously taken his daughter to İU Çapa Medical School for 4 years but could not get her daughter operated. Yildirim: "We took her to Çapa Medical School for 6-7 times in four years. Each time they sent us home telling us to come back after 6 months. They either did not or could not do the surgery. My daughter was waiting her death at home. We read the news of a girl recovering from the same problem done by this in a newspaper and brought her here. Our doctor took the risk and did the surgery. Elif, who had surgery, is now enjoying the comfort of sleeping on her back after 10 years.
Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse said that Elif has a serious curvature to the side and to the front. Kose "There was a risk of death if this curve had not been treated.," he said.
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One of the best doctors in Turkey and even in the world regarding operations of spinal deformities like scoliosis and kyphosis, Prof Dr Kamil Cagri Kose, who had once worked in SEAH, is not given operating days and his patients suffer. Many patients who seek his treatment from Sakarya are also experiencing a major problem due to the absence of an operating room. The victims wrote a letter to the President to resolve their problems .
The patients of Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse who has made a name with successful operations in spinal deformities like scoliosis and kyphosis are experiencing great victimization.
Köse, who was the Chief of the Orthopedics and Traumatology Clinic at SEAH and continues his work at Pendik Education and Research Hospital of Marmara University is said to be not given an operating day as he had filed a request to work in the afterhours.
He had a single operating day before and when this was not given, his patients who were waiting for their turn to be operated are suffering. Among the 384 patients who are waiting to be operated, there are patients from Sakarya.
It is said that, among the patients to be operated, there are some patients, the condition of which worsen day by day and will never find an opportunity to be operated again.
Some patients lost their lives in the waiting period,and the problem is asked to be solved as soon as possible.
While the signature campaign was started for the solution of the problem, many patients wrote a letter to the President to solve the problem.
More than a thousand signatures were collected in the signature campaign launched by the victims on the internet.
Professor Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse stated that there are many patients who are victims of the problem. "Currently, no surgery date is given. For this reason, we can not do any operations. This condition has a lot of downsides to our patients, to our students and to us.
Turkish doctors changed the fate of a young girl who became paralyzed waist down after a bullet wound in her spinal cord while she was lying at home. With the help of Turkish doctors who successfully performed the surgery that the Somali doctors cannot do, the young will be able to walk again.
A bullet came through the window and injured the spinal cord of 18 years old Shukri Adan while she was lying in her home in Mogadishu, the capital. Adan, who did not feel her feet as a result of a bullet from an unidentified person’s gun, was taken to Benadir Hospital by his family. Following the examination by the doctors here, the young girl was told that it was necessary to remove the bullet core in her spine to be able to walk again.
Somali doctors said they could not do this operation, Adan, thought that she could not stand again. Her hopeless situation improved after a successful operation done by a member of the Doctors of Hope Association from Turkey, Prof. Dr. Kamil Cagri Kose from Sakarya University School of Medicine Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology. After a hard operation, the bullet was removed from the spinal cord and she will be able to walk again after her recovery.
Shukri Adan, said in a statement, said she felt very good after the surgery. About a month ago, she heard a voice while she was lying in her house and woke up with a great pain. “I was in a lot of pain. My family came to my screams. They tried to lift me up, but I didn't feel my feet. They immediately took me to Benadir Hospital. The doctors here have examined me. They said I should have surgery to walk again. I was very upset when the doctors stated that it was impossible to do this surgery. I started to think I can't walk again. But I learned that doctors came here from Turkey. My parents had me examined by the Turkish doctors. They performed this surgery. I look forward to the day I walk again. I am very grateful to the Turkish doctors.
She wanted the bullet
Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse told that surgery was too hard due to impossibilities, but the result was successful. He said that the bullet core was removed from the spinal cord. Köse also stated that Adan's hip and knee muscles now work and the girl will be able to walk after a little rehabilitation without a walking aid. Köse says that Adan was very happy when they said that she can walk again. “the girl wanted the bullet to remember the things she went through and I gave the bullet to the patient. We are very happy to help people here.”
Publishers: Associated Press
The patient who had spinal curvature surgery in Sakarya, broke his neck when he coughed in the postoperative service. The deformed neck of the patient was also corrected using his fracture.
43-year-old living in Izmir, Ekrem Şenman, underwent spinal column correction surgery to treat (ankylosing spondilitis) in Sakarya University (SAU) Education and Research Hospital Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology. In the operation performed by Dr Mustafa Erkan İnanmaz, the hunchback was corrected and Ekrem was admitted to the ward. Five days after the operation, Şenman broke his neck when he coughed. Doctors were suspicious of the pain spreading to his arms and hands, had an Xrray of the neck revealing a cervical fracture.
Şenman, who was at risk of paralysis, was treated surgically. Doctors first corrected the position of the broken neck during surgery before fixing the fracture. Şenman, who has a deformed neck, recovered his health.
Chief of the Clinic Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse, noted that a corrective bone cut was made in the spine and the deformity was corrected. "He had a complaint of shoulder pain that started after coughing four days after his operation. We found a new fracture in his neck when we took X-rays to investigate this. Being fragile, the cervical spine can fracture in these cases with a sudden spasm during coughing " he said.
Breaking the neck
He stated that while they were re-operating the patient they used fracture to the patient's advantage. Köse said that they corrected the inclined neck by about 40 degrees, and noted that; "We made the correction in the neck. Previously we had made the correction in the lumbar area but we had not interfered with the curvature of the neck. After the fracture, we had the possibility of extending the neck about 30-35 degrees with the surgery we performed in the front. "We ﬁxed it by placing a cage and plate. After that we did posterior fixation, so we ﬁxed the neck with both in a corrected position and a back-to-front ﬁxation.
Köse states that the patient was at risk of paralysis if the patient was discharged with the fracture of the neck. "If the patient were sent home this way, he would not be able to control his legs. Even though he was diagnosed early, we saw a picture very close to paralysis in the surgical operation. Thankfully he recovered. The clinical picture is rapidly recovering." said.
Ekrem Şenman, who was relieved of the curvature of his back and neck with double surgery, said he did not believe that he would ever recover. Şenman who had a hunchback for 15 years, said the following; "I was quickly getting tired. I entered another operation. Both the curvature of my neck, and the humpback in my back was improved. I've got my health back.
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In the thesis study conducted by Hacettepe University Institute of Health Sciences, it was determined that shoes were unsuitable.
16 kindergartens were selected randomly from the regions that could reflect the different sociocultural levels of the families, and the shoes of the 4 to 6 year old children, who were going to attend these schools, were evaluated inside and outside the school.
The suitability of the shoes was measured by the 'Shoe Evaluation Scale'. Foot measurements were performed using footprint method. As a result of the study, it was observed that the shoes worn by the children, especially when they wear the most part of the day in the school they live in, have more inappropriate features. There was no relationship between the sociocultural status of the family and the suitability level of the child's shoes. The fact that shoe scores were higher in boys than in girls was another important result of the study. Sakarya University Orthopedics and Traumatology Clinic Chief Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse says that it is not good to insist to dress shoes for young children. Köse said that a lot of shoes before the age of 6 increased flatfoot, "Therefore, especially at home, children should be encouraged to walk with bare feet or socks as much as possible. Preschool children should not be dressed in shoes with decreased stabilization properties like pandufs, sandals, slippers, cotton shoes, ballerinas. These may lead to ligamentous to imbalance and adversely affect foot development. The most suitable shoes for preschool children are sports shoes." he said.
Sakarya Training and Research Hospital Orthopedics and Traumatology Clinic Chief Prof.Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse,the world's first neck correction surgery has achieved a great success.
Köse was able to correct the neck of three muscle patients who had to bend 70-80 degrees forward so that they could look like a normal person because of the bending of the neck in the back.
Kamil Çağrı Köse stated that muscle diseases may cause spinal cord curvature in the lower back and back region, but curvature of the neck is rare. These patients, standing in the neck 'c' shape bending backward, so they had to look up constantly, so that they can not see the front of the Köse, "These patients, 70-80 degrees to see the opposite need to walk. This reduces the quality of life, back and back In addition, such walk is tortured over time, giving unbearable pain." said.
Köse noted that the patients reached the self with a complaint of advanced backward bending of his neck. Onur and Ugur Dogan brothers were discharged while 16-year-old Vedat Cevik was treated.
"No surgery in this literature"
Köse emphasized that, in their research, such a treatment is not defined in the medical literature and this method was first developed by himself in the world. Köse said that they were preparing this operation to be published in international medical journals. "This form of treatment is a hope for such patients. They can not stand upright to look forward. They bend forward 70-80 degrees to be able to look forward. Muscle patients will now be able to live a more comfortable life." he said.
"I got rid of having to look continuously to the ceiling, I am like newborn”
Muscle patient Vedat Cevik said that after the operation, he is like newborn. Cevik, saying that he suffered a lot of pain and disturbance before the operation told about his experience: "For the last 6 years, my head was constantly at my back. When I stood up I could only see the ceiling I could not see my front. I had to bend forward to see my front and that was frustrating. I could not sleep at night. I had unbearable pain. But now I can stand upright and see the front."
Mother Nazire Cevik told that she was very sorry for her son's condition before the operation and said, "We had very bad days. I was very happy to see my sons neck straight. God bless our doctor."
Nurican, 13 years old,was born with legs attached to his body and was waiting his death in his bed due to the curvature of his spine. His deformity was corrected with two risky surgeries. Nurican, had lost his father and mother and his face was smiling with the help of his doctors who corrected his deformity.
Nurican Colak from Sakarya had great difficulties in life in his childhood. His father died of brain haemorrhage before he was born and his mother died when he was 6 years old in a traffic accident. When he was born, his doctors had told that he would not even live for 3 days, had 13 risky surgeries to date. Conjoined legs were separated from the body by surgery done in previous years. He suffered from breathing difficulties due to the forward and sideways curvature of his body. The operation was performed at the Sakarya Training and Research Hospital in order to smooth the spinal curvature of the child who was awaiting death in his bed . Head of the Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse and his team corrected the curvature of Nurican's body with two-risky surgeries. After years of sitting he now enjoys sitting and wants to walk and bike.
Hulya Colak aunt of Nurican, who took care of him, said her nephew had suffered great troubles, "his feet were stuck together. There was curvature of the spinal cord. This forced the heart and the lungs. It was a great chance for us. If we hadn't done the treatment, we would wait for his death, day after day. " said. Nurican's doctor Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse, told that his patient had numerous congenital musculoskeletal anomalies. He said that the patient experienced a very serious form and posture disorder and respiratory distress when he came to them. They could not find a solution to these problems in other hospitals. He had another spinal operation 3.5 years ago, in another state hospital in Istanbul. Despite an attempt at fusion of the curvature, the curve continued to progress. His surgery carried high neurologic and mortality risk. With a two-stage operation we stretched and corrected the spine. His curve improve substantially. This child could not sit before this operation. I have never seen a person so happy to be able to sit in my life.
Fanatic Fener Supporter, he even entered the operating room with forma of the team
His aunt told that Nurican is now healthy and is this happy for the first time in his life. Also said that this is not a situation that prevents walking. Çolak said " God willing, he will walk . No obstacle to walk. One foot was short because of previous surgery. We're going to solve it with an orthopedic shoe. God willing, then we will be better. "
Being Fenerbahce fan and having gone to the operating room with the t shirt signed by team members, Nurican wants to walk and bike. He stressed the fact that the number of operations he had, equals to his age. He said "I have been operated since my childhood. When I was born, the doctors expected me to die in 3 days." But I am alive. I am very happy that my back has improved. I want to walk. It is something I could not do. My leg is short but I'll use special braces for that. I am a Fenerbahce fan. I like Selcuk Sahin. He visited me in the hospital. They took me to training in Samandira. The players including Aleks, Volkan and Selcuk signed a T shirt and gave it to me and I went to operating room with that T shirt"
Publishers: Samanyolu News
Head of Orthopedics and Traumatology Clinic, Kamil Çağrı Köse has restored the health of a patient with a severe humpback.
In one operation, the spine curvature was corrected by cutting 3 vertebrae, and one day after surgery, the patient stood up and started to walk. Köse and his team have applied new techniques to their patients. Köse and his team improved the current surgical technique and applied them to an advanced stage by correcting the patients who had experienced a severe spine curvature (ankylosing spondylitis) a few months ago. Şenol Duran (38), who had a humpback for 18 years, can now stand upright for the first time with a 'three-level vertebral cut' surgery. Responsible for the team performing the surgery Assoc. Kamil Çağrı Köse says ”Ankylosing spondylitis is a rheumatic disorder. Köse noted that the disease is an illness with genetic origins; "The body's own immune system fights against the joint and connective tissue and as a response to this, joints freeze in time. People who have this disease have their spine bent with a hunchback overtime. I have patients who have broken their neck by shaking their head during a brake while sitting in the car. Correction of the spine in these patients and the improvement of the image of the person is the improvement of quality of life. Köse, who emphasized that he merged three operastions into one said: "Our operation plan for this patient is a method in patients with normal ankylosing spondylitis. A bone incision is made and the spine is corrected. However, this patient's curvature was so high that it was not possible to correct this with a single bone incision. We thought that it was not possible to correct it in our own clinic even with a two-level spine incision that we did first in the world. Our mathematical calculations before the operation showed this. We planned to perform a 3-level spine incision on the patient. Because of the high risk of stroke, these spine cuts are not usually performed from the back area. With the technique we have developed, we start from the top and go down and do three cuts in the same session. We cut first the seventh thoracic vertebra, then we cut 11th. By cutting off the last second lumbar vertebra, we achieved a complete correction of deformity. Our patient has been walking as a normal human after this operation which was carried out in a single session. Köse stated that they converted this surgery into a scientific publication. He added that two and three-stage spine incision surgeries were accepted to be presented in an international congress.
Duran, who survived his hunch with a single operation, said that his curvature made his life insurmountable. Duran noted that he had difficulty breathing food and eating in addition to movement limitation. "I had to stop 10 times while walking 1 kilometer. Thank God for the surgery. I stood up a day after the operation. My breathing changed. I did not expect such a good result.. Thank goodness I recovered. One day after the operation, I got up. I didn't expect such a good result. I knew it would be better than before, but I didn't think I'd be so good."
He could walk hand in hand with his wife after 25 years. Kun, who regained his health after living with a hunchback for 30 years, experiences the joy of being able to walk hand in hand with his wife for the first time after 25 years.
The life of Kun family living in Kocaali district of Sakarya with their two children changed after an operation. Murat Kün, who suffered from a severe spine deformity during his military service, is experiencing the second spring of his life after 30 years of painful period. Kün, who was never able to sleep on his back and could not walk upright due to his illness, is now enjoying unrestricted movement with his healthy body.
Kün, who had a humpback because of his illness and lost 28 cm in length, now lives like normal individuals and gets involved in life. Kün who could not walk with his wife hand in hand for 25 years during their marriage, is having the pleasure of traveling hand in hand with his wife after the treatment.
Murat Kün, AA correspondent, said in a statement after his surgery, opened a new page in his life.
Kün, who told that he could not sleep or walk in a proper position during his life said my neck bent progressively. I’ve had this disease for years. Although I went to many doctors, they told me that I would die suffering from this illness and that it had no treatment. I've lived with this problem for so many years. But thank God, I finally got rid of it.
I could never sleep on my back
Kün, told; he learned that Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse from Sakarya University Faculty of Medicine was doing operations to treat this kind of disorders and that later he talked with Dr. Köse.
Murat Kün said: I did not sleep comfortably for years. I never slept on my back. I haven't slept in 25 years. I was trying to sleep with pillows. But now I'm enjoying my sleep. I could only see the ground in front of me when I was walking. I always had to look at the ground. But now I can walk comfortably, looking in front of me, he said.
Kün said that his discomfort prevented him from having a happy marriage and he said the following: She was also doing the work I was supposed to do. We managed so far. My wife stood by me without looking at my discomfort, God bless. I'm cured now. I've never been hand in hand with my wife in my entire life . But now I do not leave her hand. That feeling is not the kind to be told, it's an incredible happiness. I can't say it with words. I took my wife's hand for the first time in 25 years. I've opened a new page in my life. It's like I'm having my second spring.
First occasion we will have a wedding photograph
His wife, Nevin Kun, said that they did not have a happy day during 25 years of marriage and they have been living a second spring in their marriage since surgery.
Nevin Kün, also said that we were like the living dead until this time, but we never stopped hoping, we tried to be happy for our children. Our marriage was not happy, we didn't even have a wedding photo. We were not lucky even regarding that subject. The only photo we had taken during wedding had burned.
Nevin Kün told that they will have a new wedding photo taken with their bride and groom dresses. Sehe said: my husband has now been treated and healed. Thank God he has his health. We're very happy right now. Now we have a happy life. He said we no longer think of the illness.
Kün told us that he is enjoying to be hand in hand with his wife and that this is a very nice feeling.
Publishers: Murat Paksoy, Samanyolu News
Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse and his assistant Emre Bal from Sakarya University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology saved two lives by performing the country's first spine surgery.
Fahriye Hassain, an 8-month pregnant woman who was paralysed from waist down as a result of an automobile accident in Somalia, clung to life with her baby thanks to her spine surgery which was a first in the country.
In the capital Mogadishu, Hassain was hit and dragged by a car while crossing a road and she had a fracture dislocation of her spine. The pregnant woman who could not feel below her waist was taken to the Benadir Hospital by her relatives.
Hassain was operated despite the challenging conditions by Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse and his assistant Emre Bal from the Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology, Faculty of Medicine, Sakarya University, who worked for a temporary period of time here and underwent the first spinal fracture surgery in the country.
Publishers: Milli Gazete
Hilal Demir (15), who was waiting for three years to be treated at Istanbul University, Çapa Medical Faculty Hospital and did not operate by two public hospitals saying ise his condition is at risk diy, reached a happy ending.
Young girl with scoliosis ( curvature of the spine ), Sakarya University School of Medicine in the previous day , the operation performed, 4 years after the health has gained. The 90 degree curvature of his body, reduced to 25 degrees, will be discharged in 2-3 days . Even in the arms of friends who read to the class Hilal, now crying with joy: "I slept on his back for the first time. Walk again straightening described can not be." Hilal, who had been suffering from scoliosis since the age of 6, learned that he had to have surgery when his discomfort started to damage his internal organs. 3 times between 2007-2010 AnchorThe date of surgery was taken from the Orthopedics Department of the Faculty of Medicine. However, due to reasons such as density and lack of infrastructure, the operation of the young girl with green card was not performed. Zaman Newspaper, the drama announced on 12 August 2010 Hilal'e Ministry of Health . However, the two public hospitals in which the ministry directed the patient refused the operation, citing the risk of the operation. The light of hope for Hilal Demir, who started to experience shortness of breath because his body tilted more and more , was born in Sakarya University Faculty of Medicine. Head of Orthopedics and Traumatology Department Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse , family for surgery İstanbulinvited to Sakarya. He was also the head of the Orthopedics and Traumatology Department of the Sakarya Training and Research Hospital, and his life was restored by a 4-hour operation the day before. The crescent was first relieved. Then the bones were cut and screwed. The most recent correction was performed. Köse told that the operation was successful, and the 90-degree curvature of the young girl was reduced to 25 degrees. He had spinal surgery training in USA and Germany. Dr. Köse, "We do 4-7 spine surgery every week in our hospital. Treatment of scoliosis and all other spinal disorders "He is completely free of charge." Crescent, happy to have health. I was on my mother's lap and going to class with the help of my friends. I'il go myself now. It is so nice to get rid of curvature and walk straight."
Publishers: Samanyolu News
The fate of two children in Somalia who were waiting for their death due to the pressure of the curvature of the spine on her lungs has changed thanks to Turkish doctors. Children's life were saved with the operations.
Kavun Yusuf Cumav, an 8-year-old patient with scoliosis (spinal curvature) in Mogadishu, and Ibrahim Ihayk Ibrahim (14), who had another important spinal curvature called kyphosis, were taken to Benadir Hospital by their families. The intervention of the doctors there did not have a result. Families were told to take their children abroad for treatment.
The lives of Cumav and Ibrahim were in danger due to the pressure of the curvature on their lungs but their bad fortune changed thanks to the Turkish doctors who came to the country.
In the scope of the “Light of hope Health Project” led by the Association of Kimse Yok Mu and Umit Physicians Association (ÜHDER), Chief of Sakarya University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology, Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse and her assistant, Doctor Emre Bal, saved the lives of two children with two successful surgeries for the first time in the country's history.
The first Scoliosis and Kyphosis surgeries were performed by Prof. Dr. Kamil Cagri Kose, told to the Cihan News Agency reporter that surgeries were done under very difficult conditions. Noting that anesthesia facilities were incomparably bad when compared to Turkey, he said: "There was no possibility of intensive care. Under these conditions, we were hesitant to do these operations. The curvatures of two patients had progressed. We were not sure if and when we would come again. The patients lost their lung function due to the curvature and were at risk of death. In the end we decided to take the risks and do the surgeries".
Köse, emphasized that surgery of scoliosis and kyphosis were is a first in the history of Somalia, and said: "For the scoliosis patient Cumav, we made a fusion operation. We applied bone graft to ensure bone to bone fusion. For the boy with kyphosis, we exposed the spine from neck to tailbone and corrected the deformity by placing a device. The children's condition improved after the operation. They and their families are very happy."
Emre Bal, who participated these cases with his instructor said that these operations which are the first in Somalia also have a special place in Turkey.
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Sakarya University (SAU) Faculty of Medicine Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology Head of Department Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse said that, forcing the children to walk too early may damage the joints, causing bone curvature.
The first steps of children are quite exciting for mothers and fathers. Many parents wait patiently for the first step and others try to make the children walk by holding their arms. Experts warn that when children are forced to walk too early, damage to the joints and bone may occur. Prof. Dr. Kamil Cağrı Köse, Head of Orthopedics and Traumatology Department in SAU says that : parents make mistakes by trying to force their children to stand up too early. "They try to walk the child by holding his hand and say he is standing, will easily walk if he works a little. 'This forcing can make a negative impact on the joints which are still soft.Dr Kose also said: "Children should not be forced to do any exercise that they are not ready to do. Loading bones too early may cause curvature. Children know when to stand up. Forcing a child whose sense of equilibrium has not yet developed may result in falls and fractures. Sometimes sudden movements done by parents may lead to dislocations It is extremely useful for the babies to exercise. Elbows, shoulders and buttocks may be exercised by flexion extension and stretching. Pediatricians also recommend it."
Publishers: Samanyolu News
19-year-old Ömer Üğdül (19) jumping into the water canal in Iğdır broke his neck . No hospital in 26 provinces accepted the guy who was paralyzed and needed emergency surgery . Sakarya University (SAU) Education and Research Hospital accepted the patient and he was transferred by an ambulance aircraft. He underwent a successful operation but still can not feel below his waist.
Having worked in Istanbul, Üğdül went to his hometown Iğdır for military service. After completing the examination process, he went to the water channel in Karaağaç neighborhood on Sunday, July 14 to cool off with friends. Üğdül jumped to the water head first and hit the ground. His friends saved the youth who had broken his neck just before he drowned.
When Ugdul was taken into the ambulance his neck was found to be broken. The conditions of the hospital in Iğdır were not suitable for the emergency surgery, and the hospitals in the neighboring provinces were searched. Despite the phone calls of 112 Emergency Command Centers to hospitals in 26 provinces, no hospital accepted him as a patient.
His doctor in Iğdır stepped in. Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse who was reached by his doctor accepted to operate the patient. Upon this, Üğdül was brought to Kocaeli Cengiz Topel Airport by an ambulance aircraft belonging to the Ministry of Health. There, an ambulance delivered him to the hospital and he was operated the same night.
One of the assistants participating in the surgery. Asst Prof. Dr. Mustafa Erkan İnanmaz, told that they had found that the fracture was compressing the spinal cord creating a damage. İnanmaz noted that there was a loss of feeling and movement in the legs of the patient. "The same night the patient's fracture was operated on the neck. Broken parts of the spine were removed from inside the canal. The spinal cord was decompressed. General condition of the patient is good for now. There is no risk of mortality. İnanmaz also told that partial improvements were present and this is a promising situation. "How much he will improve, will be seen in the following months” he said. Emphasizing that they accept the patient despite the lack of beds in their service, İnanmaz, said: "Our hospital is a busy hospital. There is no place in our service. We had to find a place in other services. We had to accept the patient because the patient needed urgent intervention. We did not hesitate. It is so nice that he was transferred with a helicopter from such a distance.
Ömer Üğdül said that he experienced the sad event while he was preparing to go to the army,. Ugdul said; "We were fasting. We got into the water to be refreshed. I jumped head first into the water. I lost my balance. When I hit the floor I did not feel my legs. I was drowening. My friends came and saved me. If they did not I would drown. I am operated. I can not feel below my waist. I was going to go to the military this February."
Ömer's uncle, Mehmet Üğdül, told that when he first came to the hospital in Igdir, he was able to move his feet. While he was being taken an X ray, the technician removed the collar and told us that he had nothing to worry as he was moving his legs. Then the specialist said that his neck had broken, and that the conditions in Iğdır were not suitable, so he said, 'he needs to go to a university hospital. We could not find a place in 236 hospitals and doctors in Sakarya accepted the patient. He is operated now. We believe hewill recover with God’s will.
Publishers: Türkiye Gazetesi
Ferzan Özkan (12), who couldn't walk due to the curvature in his spine and started swimming 6 months ago, enjoys the joy of a probability to walk after the joy of 4 first prizes.
Ferzan Özkan from Manisa who got 4 winning titles in Turkish Disabled Swimming Championship done in Mersin despite having attended for the first time, had her 90 degree curve corrected by spinal surgery which took 8 hours, in Istanbul. Ozkan, who was operated with guidance of the swimming coach Sule Şenyorutçu Dalyan and financial support of Turkey Handicapped Sports, Education and Assistance Foundation (TESYEV) President Yavuz Kocaömer was operated by Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse and will not be able to enter the pool for 6 months. Özkan will pave for the world championship when she meets the pool again.
Standing for a long time invites you discomfort - long periods of standing and looking at the computer are cause problems in the waist, neck and ankles of teachers
Sakarya University (SAU), Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology, Chairman Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse said: “Overweight teachers who have to stand for a long time have a serious increase in problems of the foot and ankle, and the knees especially with advanced age. Our teachers should preserve the ideal weight as much as possible”.
Köse, told to AA correspondent that health problems of teachers increase especially in the period when schools open.
Köse stated that “Teachers spend most of their working time standing and teaching. Standing in front of the board for long periods, and looking at the computer cause pain in the back, neck and ankles”.
Teachers gain weight with fatique and stress and this increases the incidence of foot, ankle and with advancement of age, knee problems seriously. Teachers should stay as much as in ideal weights. When we keep positions like elbows constantly on the table for a long time or when we use the wrists in wrong positions, this may lead to nerve entrapments in the elbows or the wrists.
Köse said thet the most commonly encountered problem of the foot is plantar fascia strain. This leads to a tissue reaction called plantar fasciitis and it is commonly called in the community as heel spur.
Generally, to prevent foot complaints, one must not stand up for a long time.
Köse, especially advises the teachers who prepare their lessons in computers not to stay in fornt of the computer for long time and if they have to, they better do neck exercises to the front, back, right and left sides even at the table.
Köse said that especially female teachers use high heeled shoes and this leads to health problems.
Shoes should be either without heels or low heels. It is better to use filled heels said Köse. If there is flatfoot we advise to use shoe insoles which support natural curves of the feet and to wear high quality shoes.
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The bombing in Somalia's capital Mogadishu, which killed 72 students, and injured, 127 people did not intimidate the Turkish doctors who had gone to the region. The doctors who had rushed to help the people of Somalia, gave the message that they will continue unabated.
The bombing in Mogadishu did not deter Turkish people who were mobilized to help the people of Somalia with their state and nation. On the contrary, it increased their sense of service. Finally, 35 physicians who came to Somalia under the leadership of Kimse Yok Mu Association and ÜHDER Physicians Association (ÜHDER) led many patients to health, including patients awaiting death. Turkish doctors made many surgeries for the first time in history of Somalia.
Doctors who returned to Turkey a day before explosion said that they will give support to the region again supporting the desire of government that the NGOs to continue their service in the region, Sakarya University Faculty of Medicine Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology, Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse who had gone to serve the region with his assistant said: the attack further increased the idea of going to the region.
Köse said, "I went to Somalia for the second time. I saw that Somalia's biggest problem is not poverty, ignorance. These people need to be trained quickly." said.
Köse said: Turkey has helped in terms of food and health but there are important steps in the education field as well. "A lot of students came to Turkey. Many more will come. These steps will change the fate of Somalia. The food aid can save lives for the moment, but the only thing that can be done in order to save the future of the country is to educate the people of this country. Education of 300-500 people may not be meaningful in our country with 70 million population. But in Somalia which has 10 million population, this number means a lot. This is something that will affect the fate of this country."
Köse pointed out the presence of a structure which profits from the present chaos, "This structure knows very well that when trained, they will not benefit from these people anymore. In order to stabilize that country, Turkey’s education and health assistance should continue. Civil society organizations need to continue their path without being affected by current events. We did not see any serious security weakness on our side. he said.
Publishers: Milli Gazete
Sakarya University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology, Doç. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse saved two lives. Fahriye Hassain who was 8 months pregnant was hit by a car in Somalia and was paralyzed from waist down.
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Sakarya University (SAU) Faculty of Medicine Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology Head of Department Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse said that, forcing the children to walk too early may damage the joints, causing bone curvature.
The first steps of children are quite exciting for mothers and fathers. Many parents wait patiently for the first step and others try to make the children walk by holding their arms. Experts warn that when children are forced to walk too early, damage to the joints and bone may occur. Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse, Head of Orthopedics and Traumatology Department in SAU says that : parents make mistakes by trying to force their children to stand up too early. "They try to walk the child by holding his hand and say he is standing, will easily walk if he works a little. 'This forcing can make a negative impact on the joints which are still soft. Dr. Köse also said: "Children should not be forced to do any exercise that they are not ready to do. Loading bones too early may cause curvature. Children know when to stand up. Forcing a child whose sense of equilibrium has not yet developed may result in falls and fractures. Sometimes sudden movements done by parents may lead to dislocations It is extremely useful for the babies to exercise. Elbows, shoulders and buttocks may be exercised by flexion extension and stretching. Pediatricians also recommend it."
17-year-old young with curvature of the spine underwent the first scoliosis operation in Sakarya Training and Research Hospital and gained his health.
17-year-old Sefa Mermer (40) living in the İscehisar district of Afyon, had a spinal curvature called scoliosis and was brought to Sakarya Education and Research Hospital by his relatives.. He was examined by the Chief of Orthopedics and Traumatology Clinic of Sakarya Training and Research Hospital Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse. The young patient was operated on after the necessary tests and analyzes. With the successful operation performed in Sakarya for the first time, the spine of the boy was corrected and fixed with the help of screws. 24 hours after the operation, the boy stood up.
Chief of the Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology, in Sakarya Training and Research Hospital Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse said, "We did the first spine surgery in Sakarya. Surgery was successful. This is boy had difficulties of taking his own care because of the curvature of his spine.
After the operation Sefa Mermer began to walk and expressing his happiness, he said "God be pleased with him. I wish health to his hands and arms. I was having a lot of trouble. After this operation, my troubles will end. I am walking comfortably.
Mary's mother Meryem Mermer (40) added "Our son has been suffering from this disease since birth. He could not meet his needs because of the curve in his spine. There is no doctor left that we did not apply. We found healing in Sakarya.
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The patient who had spinal curvature surgery in Sakarya, broke his neck when he coughed in the postoperative service. The slanted neck of the patient was also corrected by fracture.
43-year-old living in Izmir, Ekrem Şenman, Sakarya University (SAU) Education and Research Hospital Orthopedics and Traumatology Clinic spinal cord curvature (ankylosing spondylitis) surgery was performed. Assist With the operation performed by Mustafa Erkan İnanmaz, the hunchback was corrected and Ekrem was admitted to the ward. Five days after the operation, Şenman broke his neck when he coughed. Doctors suspected of pain spreading on his arms and arms, they filmed the neck fracture of Senman's neck.
Clinical Chief of the neck of the patient Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse, the patient's complaints of spinal cord curvature of the clinic, he said. Köse noted that a corrective incision was made in the spine and the body was planted. "We had a complaint of shoulder pain that started four days after a coughing operation four to four days after this operation. We found a new fracture in his neck when we pulled the X-rays to investigate this. As a cracker when it comes to a spasm with the head of a forward, a succession can be broken when shaken," he said.
He stated that they were re-operating the patient. Kose, the neck fracture of the patient's advantage, he said. Köse said that they corrected the inclined neck by about 40 degrees, and noted that; "We have made the correction in the neck. We had made the correction in the waist. We did not interfere with the curvature of the neck. After coughing, we had the possibility of taking the neck back about 30-35 degrees with the surgery we performed in the front with the neck fracture. "We fixed it by placing a cage and plaque in it, so we fixed the neck with both a corrected and a back-to-front fixation.
Köse states that the patient is at risk of paralysis if the patient is discharged from the fracture of the neck. "If the patient were sent home this way, his arms would have been unable to hold his legs. Even though he was diagnosed early, we saw a picture very close to paralysis in the surgical operation. Thankfully he recovered. The clinical picture is rapidly recovering." said.
Ekrem Şenman, who survived the curvature of her waist and neck with double surgery, said she did not believe that she would ever recover. Şenman voiced hunchback for 15 years, said the following; "I was quickly getting tired. I have entered another operation. The curvature of my neck, the humpback in my back was also improved. I've got my health." Click here for video
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An 11-year-old girl got rid of her hump threatening her heart and lungs with a successful operation in Sakarya. Primary school 5th grade student Ece Öğün, got rid of her hump which transformed her life to a nightmare, with the surgery done by Prof. Dr. Kamil Çağrı Köse Chief of Sakarya University Faculty of Medicine,
Dr. Köse who did the operation told Cihan news agency reporter that the patient had a serious spinal curvature both toward the front and to the side. Noting that this type of curvature interfere with the heart and lung function at an earlier stage, Köse said: "In all the scoliosis (curvature of the spine) curves, when the deformity increases, the heart and lung function is impaired over time. The condition which we call kyphoscoliosis is a curve both toward the front and to the side impairs heart and lung functions more severely and at an earlier stage. In the later period, it is a disease may result in death. When there is no intervention in kyphoscoliosis, patients have the risk of being paralyzed.
Dr. Köse told that the curves, which caused shortening of body height were, treated with a successful surgery and also noted that “the childs body had shrunk as an acordion. We used a very seldom technique and removed one vertebra by an approach from posterior and corrected her deformities to the front and to the side. Her height increased. There was a risk of paralysis but the patient is not paralyzed. We ensured safety of the nerve tissue while doing correction. The kid is now healthy.
Ogun, who said that she was happy to get rid of the humps also said, "I was having a lot of dificulty due to my hump. I could not play much with my friends. I was having dificulty in physical education classes. Now I am straight. I am very happy." she said.
Publishers: Cihan News Agency