Near East University Hospital published its 8th issue of the “Nearest Health” magazines
Date Added: 29 May 2018, 11:30
Last Updated Date:20 November 2020, 10:30

Near East University Hospital continues to provide information and raise awareness on health and health related issues since health is a significant part of our lives. It was revealed that Near East University Hospital had recently published its 8th issue of the Nearest Health Magazine.

In order to update readers on latest developments in the field of medicine, Near East University Hospital publishes its magazine, free of charge, every six months both in Turkish and English languages. Currently it has published the 8th issue of the Nearest Health and it has been expressed to be ultimate and full of information which many can benefit from.

According to the press release issued by the Directorate of Press and Public Relations of Near East University, the health magazine includes latest developments and information in the field of health sciences in our country, in the world and at the Near East University Hospital. Furthermore, readers are provided information on certain diseases and treatment methods; alongside the experiences and accumulated knowledge of the highly competent specialists and doctors of the Near East University Hospital. The relative authorities made a statement regarding the publication of the 8th issue of the Nearest Health Magazine and expressed that they very rather proud and happy that they were providing the magazine for the benefit of its readers.

The Topic of the Special File is “Emergency Service”
It was accentuated that the 8th issue of the health magazine comprises extensive knowledge of the specialist doctors of Near East University Hospital; including information on diarrhoea and dehydration in children, chronic pelvic pain in women, protection from diseases, treatment methods for shoulder calcification, treatment of the narrow vertebral channel in the waist area, mitral valve reconstruction, tendon injuries in athletes, preventing colon cancer, aortic aneurysm, eating disorders, face-lifting without surgery and many medical issues alike.

In addition to the above-mentioned health issues, it was pointed out that the 8th issue also included a special file on Emergency Service where the following medical conditions under the title ‘Summer Accidents’ were scrutinized: Heatstroke, drowning, insect stings, marine animal bites or stings, snakebite, and first-aid for home accidents. It also includes details on getting a tetanus vaccine at the emergency service, details on chronic obstructive lung disease, acute stroke symptoms and treatment, hypertension, and gastrointestinal (stomach and intestines) bleeding.

Information on diseases and suggestions on nutrition were shared with schools…
It was stated that the health magazine also included information on microbes, extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT) in urology, important information to be known about circumcision; additionally information on orthopaedics, internal diseases, mental health, paediatric diseases and suggestions on child health, eye diseases, gynaecological diseases, nutrition and patient satisfaction, effective methods to reduce osteoporosis, vegetable and fruit consumption, smoking and early menopause in women.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. İrfan Günsel: “We aim to increase the chance of early diagnosis via using latest technologies available!”
Making a statement on the publication of the 8th issue of Nearest Health, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Near East University, Assoc. Prof. Dr. İrfan S. Günsel, stated that the magazine was full of contemporary developments in the field of health sciences and he was proud and extremely happy due to the fact that the magazine will be highly informative for readers. He further assured everyone that the Near East University will be continuing at its best.

In addition to the above, Chairman of the Board of Trustees added that they prioritised public health and that the university was holding conferences to the youth on addiction. Moreover, he expressed that Near East University Hospital, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry was working hard to fight against addiction.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. İrfan S. Günsel further added that one of the most significant principles was to raise the public’s awareness on inclusion of the disabled. He pointed out that very recently, the NEU drew attention to people with hearing impairment with the project titled as “hear the future”. Moreover, he said that they had also worked to raise awareness on breast cancer and skin cancer and with updated availability of latest technologies, they were aiming to increase early diagnosis of these diseases. Furthermore, through cooperation with two university hospitals, an Advanced Heart Centre was established, and the centre was providing health service throughout patients’ lives, with medial examinations free of charge; and the treatment expenses were being paid by a foundation.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. İrfan S. Günsel ended his words by accentuating that they were providing the latest technologies for the service of the Near East University Hospital patients and that they were determined to work hard, keep a close eye on contemporary developments and achieve success in health.