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Children's Health and Diseases

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Polyclinics:

Service is provided by two pediatric polyclinics. Our pediatrician on duty continues this service at night and on holidays. Healthy child follow-up and vaccination practices Patient child follow-up is provided with 2 full-time and 1 part-time specialists. 24-hour polyclinic service is provided with our on-duty team at night and on holidays. Healthy child follow-up and vaccination practices Patient child follow-up is provided with 2 full-time and 1 part-time specialists. 24-hour polyclinic service is provided with our on-duty team at night and on holidays.

Baby Room:

Breastfeeding training is provided in our hospital, which works in a baby-friendly hospital format, starting from the 32nd week. Infant babies are cleaned in the baby observation room, after their measurements are taken, rooming is applied and given to their mothers. Our nurse and breastfeeding instructor staff provide breastfeeding training to the mother in her room, and then try to help with the problems that arise in breastfeeding. In the baby's room where healthy newborn babies are followed; There are 2 incubators, 3 radiant heaters, 10 baby beds, baby bath water, and a baby bed in each mother's room. Breastfeeding training is given in our hospital, which works in a baby-friendly hospital format, starting from the 32nd week. Infant babies are cleaned in the baby observation room, after their measurements are taken, rooming is applied and given to their mothers. Our nurse and breastfeeding instructor staff provide breastfeeding training to the mother in her room, and then try to help with the problems that arise in breastfeeding. In the baby's room where healthy newborn babies are followed; There are 2 incubators, 3 radiant heaters, 10 baby beds, baby bath water, and a baby bed is provided in each mother's room.

Child Service:

All kinds of pediatric patients are followed up in our service with a total of 7 beds, including 4 baby beds and 3 large beds.
These rooms are provided for newborn babies to stay with their mothers in radiotherapy. The aim here is not to separate the baby from its mother and to provide a comfortable environment for the mother. Exchange transfusion (blood exchange) is performed for babies with risky jaundice.

Baby Intensive Care:

Our intensive care service, where preterm babies, babies with respiratory distress and patients such as older children who have respiratory failure for any reason are treated, closes an important gap in our region. Our intensive care service serves as 12 incubators. We also have a transport incubator service where we can pick up sick babies from where they are.