Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology

Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology Clinic was established in 1971. It has been operating as a training clinic since 1981. Since its establishment, Clinic has been serving a wide range of people for the treatment and prevention of infectious diseases, as well as assistant education and scientific studies.

Areas that the clinic is interested in; Typhoid, dysentery, malaria, tuberculosis, brucellosis, meningitis, hepatitis, etc. Infection diseases such as Influenza, Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever, SARS, which cause great panic in the society, Hospital Infections, Intensive Care Infections, Infections that develop in patients in adult Hematology Clinic, infections in organ transplant patients, diabetic foot infections, bone and prosthetic infections, urinary system infections, surgical field infections, infection control committee activities, immunization of society, healthcare workers, immunocompromised people, educational and preventive activities on infectious diseases, monitoring of antibiotics used in surgical prophylaxis and hospital, emergency room and other clinics Inpatients are subjects such as providing consultation services and travel infections.

Clinic, inpatient clinic where inpatients are monitored, outpatient clinic for outpatients, in-clinic laboratory where routine microbiological procedures of inpatients are performed, HIV / AIDS voluntary counseling and test center, allergy-immunology laboratory and blood transfusion from the clinic. It consists of the center. There are 2 associate professors, 2 chief assistants, 4 experts, 12 assistants, 7 nurses and 1 staff in the clinic, 1 of whom is Administrative and Education Officer. The service has a capacity of 20 beds, and in cases of epidemics, the bed capacity can be increased.

In addition to general policlinic services in Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology policlinic, Viral Hepatitis Policlinic, Vaccination Policlinic, Immunology Policlinic, HIV / AIDS Policlinic services are provided on certain days of the week.

In the clinic, liver biopsy, skin biopsy, lumbar puncture (taking cerebrospinal fluid from the waist), allergy skin tests, ELISA tests, microbiological culture and staining procedures are performed.