We provide professional support in Internal Medicine.
Internal medicine is the department that uses various laboratory and radiological
methods based on the complaints of the adult patient group about the internal
organ system, thus diagnosing, treating, and monitoring diseases.
Internal medicine is a specialty that focuses on the
treatment of adults. Doctors prevent, diagnose, and treat diseases that affect
all adults, from short-term care to chronic diseases.
Internists are great at multidisciplinary work.
Referrals, hospital transfers, and other in-office communications are essential
for internal medicine.
Digestive system diseases
Medical devices used in the internal medicine department;
PFT (Pulmonary Function Tests)
Pulmonary function test
A pulmonary function test is a diagnostic tool that
measures the function of the lungs. This test measures how well you can breathe
and how much oxygen your lungs can deliver to the rest of your body. Your
doctor may ask you to have this test if you are experiencing symptoms of lung
problems, if you are regularly exposed to certain substances in the environment
or at work, to monitor the progression of chronic lung diseases such as asthma
or COPD, and to evaluate how well your lungs are working before you have
Your doctor will require these tests to determine how
your lungs are working. If you already have a condition that affects your
lungs, your doctor may require this test to see if the condition is progressing
or how it responds to treatment.
Bronchiectasis (a condition in which the airways in the lungs become stretched and widened)
Asbestos exposure-related diseases
A weakness of chest walls muscles