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47 Year Old Patient with Pseudo-Asthma
Bulent Altinsoy
Oman Medical Journal , 2011,
Abstract: 47- year- old female patient presented in out-patient department in Afyon Chest Disease Hospital with dyspnea, cough and purulent sputum. She has been receiving regular inhaler β-agonist and corticosteroids with the diagnosis of asthma bronchial since childhood. However, the patient had a history of very often upper and lower respiratory tract infections. The patient did not smoke, drink alcohol, or use illicit drugs intravenously. She was currently on asthma medications.
Development of New Public Universities: Problems, and Policy Recommendations
Yüksek??retim ve Bilim Dergisi , 2011,
Abstract: Access to higher education and the quality of higher education are two main interrelated issues in higher education sector. As a result of increased student numbers in individual universities and nationwide dissemination of universities with the goal of high access rate, the total number of public and non-profit foundation universities has reached to 165 as of 2011. Although the access to the higher education has increased significantly, the quality of higher education has not increased equally. The need for increasing the quality of higher education and establishing a higher education system that is more sensitive to the student choices through differentiation and specialization policies is clear. Basic policy documents on higher education also point out the need for diversification of supply in higher education for providing competitiveness in the system and for differentiation of higher education institutions from one another in order to meet changing needs of students. New public universities, with accurate developmental strategies, are expected to undertake an important task in local, regional and national development.
Meat Consumption and Buying Behaviors of Consumers Living in Manisa City Center, Turkey
Bulent Ergonul
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/javaa.2011.286.290
Abstract: This study presents results of the data analysis and the results of a consumer questionnaire of 41 questions into meat and meat products carried out in Manisa city center among September 2008 and May 2009. Responds of 1200 consumers from different ages, genders and jobs were analyzed. Survey showed that despite recent food tendencies and new consumption behaviors, consumers living in Manisa still prefer red meat to poultry meat and fish. Also data related to consumption frequencies of meat kinds and meat products were conducted in the study.
Health Manpower Planning and Employment Policies for Turkey
Bulent Kilic
TAF Preventive Medicine Bulletin , 2007,
Abstract: Health manpower planning in health care should be done strategically while considering the following factors: health care needs and demands for community, health care organizations' objectives, goals and resources, goal of a high quality health workforce of sufficient size which has been appropriately distributed, their full employment realized within the appropriate time frame. A good health manpower planning consists of eight components: quantity (size), quality (skill), distribution, timing, employment, necessity, goals and resources. According to the calculations in this article, it must be 1515 people per general practitioner (GP) and 1333 people per midwife. There must be 44.755 GP and 50.866 midwife for primary level in Turkey. However there are 51.530 GP and 41.513 midwife in Turkey in 2002. In this situation there is no more need for GP but there is a big need for 10.000 midwife as totally and actually 30.000 midwife for working at health centres for Turkey. As a result, this article discusses the shortcomings of Health Ministry's employment policies in Turkey. It is suggested that in the short run concepts such as physician unemployment, under-employment and flexible work hours will become frequently discussed in Turkey health care public discourse. [TAF Prev Med Bull. 2007; 6(6): 501-514]
Could Microchimerism be an Etiological Factor in Psychotic Disorders? A Hypothetical Suggestion
Bulent Demirbek
Psikiyatride Guncel Yaklasimlar , 2010,
Abstract: In this letter to the editor, a possible etiologic relationship between microchimerism and psychotic disorders has been hypothezied and several study proposals that could be used in the testing of this hypothesis has been suggested.
The bad, the poor but alive
Bulent Mutlu
Anadolu Kardiyoloji Dergisi , 2008,
Protective Effect of Melatonin on Streptozotocin-induced Diabetes in Mice
Bulent Gunduz
Journal of Medical Sciences , 2001,
Abstract: The research work was conducted to investigate the effects of melatonin on streptozotocin (STZ)-induced diabetes in mice. Mice were divided into six groups. The first two groups were STZ injected animals. The other four groups, were STZ plus melatonin injected. The melatonin doses were 50 or 500μg kg-1 respectively. Plasma glucose level, body weights and insulates were examined. The plasma glucose levels were significantly higher only in STZ-injected mice. No significant difference was seen in the plasma glucose content of STZ plus melatonin 50 and 500μg kg-1 groups. Mononuclear cell infiltration of pancreatic islets (insulates) was much more intensive only in STZ injected mice.These results suggested that when melatonin is injected at the same time with STZ, it acts to prevent the development of diabetes in experimental mice.
Collateral Damage: War and Civillian Casualties in Islam and the Ottoman Practices
Bulent Ozdemir
Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies , 2011,
Abstract: The well-known perception of war-hungry Muslims who had the Qur’an on the one hand and sword on the other offering a choice of either accepting Islam or losing one’s head has easily been created in the literature by the Orientalist scholars. Today the stress on the Jihad controversy by mass media in Europe and America is important and needs to be corrected. That jihad has usually been translated by the Western media as “holy war” is a greatly misunderstood principle in Islam. There is no term in Arabic which means, “holy war”. War is not “holy” in Islam. I would like to divide this study into two parts: In the first part, the issue of conquest and its religious, ideological and theoretical references will be dealt with in reference to basic Islamic sources and the previous Islamic state’s practices. In particular, what are the limits of warfare and the position of civilians in the wars and wartimes according to the Islamic law will be looked for. In the second part, as a typical Islamic state, to what extend Ottoman conquests in the Balkans followed and practiced the legal way that opened up by Islamic law will be analyzed according to the available chronicles.
Exact treatment of $\ell \neq 0$ states
Bulent Gonul
Physics , 2004, DOI: 10.1088/0256-307X/21/9/002
Abstract: Using the basic ingredient of supersymmetry, a general procedure for the treatment of quantum states having nonzero angular momenta is presented.
Generalized Supersymmetric Perturbation Theory
Bulent Gonul
Physics , 2004, DOI: 10.1088/0256-307X/21/12/003
Abstract: Using the basic ingredient of supersymmetry, we develop a simple alternative approach to perturbation theory in one-dimensional non-relativistic quantum mechanics. The formulae for the energy shifts and wave functions do not involve tedious calculations which appear in the available perturbation theories. The model applicable in the same form to both the ground state and excited bound states, unlike the recently introduced supersymmetric perturbation technique which, together with other approaches based on logarithmic perturbation theory, are involved within the more general framework of the present formalism.
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