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Fatih Sultan Mehmet Training and Research Hospital (FSM) is making considerable progress in fighting obesity with restrictive Sleeve Gastrectomy (Tube Gastrectomy), which is commonly used in obesity surgery. Many foreign obesity patients are referring to FSM Training and Research Hospital to be operated with Sleeve Gastrectomy method.

Sleeve Gastrectomy is one of the restrictive operations, which is commonly used in obesity surgery. Those who have undergone this operation do not suffer from any absorption problems or require mineral supplements. The complication risk of the operation is lowered in this regard.

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Haydarpaşa Numune Training and Research Hospital is one of our prominent hospitals with its magnificent architecture and history; it started to serve in the Ottoman Period around the 1800s.

The kidney transplantation unit has been providing services at Haydarpaşa Numune Training and Research Hospital since 1990. In this unit, where kidney transplantations take place with an experience of over 20 years, more than 600 transplantation operations were performed from cadavers and living donors.

Average Hospitalization Period is One Week

Saving patients from the trouble of dialysis, the transplantation operations take approximately 2-4 hours. After being kept under observation for approximately 5-7 days at hospital, the patient is discharged from the hospital to be followed on weekly basis. The patients, who do not require dialysis anymore and have new kidneys, start feeling themselves both physiologically and psychologically and step into a new life.

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Medeniyet University Göztepe Training and Research Hospital is one of the major hospitals in the region. There is an Organ Transplantation Unit within the hospital that provides isolated services. No visitors are allowed here to minimize the infection risk; however, there are video call systems at this unit, so that the patients can still communicate with their family and friends.

The kidney is removed from the donor by the closed method 'laparoscopic nephrectomy' with minimum risk. This shortens the hospitalization period while accelerating the recovery period of the patient.

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Dr. Siyami Ersek Training and Research Hospital for Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery is one of the special hospitals of Turkey and Europe in treating cardiovascular diseases as it incorporates many operation rooms equipped with modern technology, intensive care units for adults and infants, experienced staff.

Being Turkey's first hospital, where the first heart transplant took place in 1968, right after the first heart transplant surgery in the world, Dr. Siyami Ersek Hospital is providing services for the cardiovascular patients both from Turkey and Europe with a daily capacity of 25, and annual capacity of 6500 surgical operation thanks to its modern and comfortable infrastructure. All operations from coronary artery bypass operations to the emergency interventions associated with the vascular occlusion in head, neck, arms and legs are performed by 57 attending cardiovascular physicians around the clock successfully.

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Ümraniye Training and Research Hospital, where approximately 6000 patients can receive polyclinic services and 1000 operations take place on a daily basis, is one of the leading hospitals in Istanbul within the field of robotic surgery used in America and some European countries successfully. The robotic devices equipped with the cutting edge technology provide great convenience for the patients who are operated in the urology, gynecology, general surgery and otorhinolaryngology clinics.

Why Robotic Surgery?

The use of minimally invasive surgical methods has been the most important development in the modern surgery, and has lots of advantages in comparison to the standard methods in open surgery. The robotic surgery can be practiced in all surgical operations from prostate to the cardiovascular diseases, from gall bladder to the gynecological diseases which can be operated laparoscopically.