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3-Chloro-6-{4-[3-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]piperazin-1-yl}pyridazine
Hakan Arslan,Semra Utku,Kenneth I. Hardcastle,Mehtap Gökçe
Acta Crystallographica Section E , 2010, DOI: 10.1107/s1600536810004137
Abstract: The title compound, C15H14ClF3N4, was synthesized from 3,6-dichloropyridazine and 1-[3-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]piperazine. The piperazine ring is flanked by 3-chloropyridazine and 3-trifluoromethylphenyl rings and adopts a chair conformation, whereas the 3-chloropyridazine and 3-trifluoromethylphenyl rings are planar, with maximum deviations of 0.0069 (13) and 0.0133 (14) , respectively. The crystal structure is stabilized by weak intermolecular C—H...N hydrogen-bond interactions.
3-Chloro-6-[4-(2-pyridyl)piperazin-1-yl]pyridazine
Hakan Arslan,Semra Utku,Kenneth I. Hardcastle,Mehtap Gökçe
Acta Crystallographica Section E , 2010, DOI: 10.1107/s1600536809050727
Abstract: In the title compound, C13H14ClN5, the piperazine ring adopts a chair conformation and the dihedral angle between the aromatic rings is 13.91 (7)°. The crystal structure is stabilized by weak intermolecular C—H...N hydrogen-bond interactions.
Evaluation of NANDA nursing diagnoses of healthcare college final year students during the clinical application of the mental health and disease nursing course
Gülay Ta?demir,Mehtap K?z?lkaya
International Journal of Human Sciences , 2013,
Abstract: The aim of this descriptive study was to evaluate the NANDA nursing diagnoses of Pamukkale University Denizli Healthcare College final year students for the patients they undertook the care of and to determine the aims and interventions relevant to these diagnoses.The study universe consisted of all Pamukkale University Denizli Healthcare College final year students who were continuing their education during the 2009-2010 educational year and took the Mental Health and Disease Nursing course (84). The universe was studied before selecting a sample. The internal medicine, surgery, cardiovascular surgery, chest disease, orthopedics-urology, and physical treatment and rehabilitation clinics were chosen for the consultation liaison psychiatry (CLP) while the AMATEM Center of the Denizli State Hospital and the Pamukkale University Psychiatry clinics were chosen as the student clinical application areas. The data were collected by evaluating the 136 nursing care plans prepared by the students and the data collection forms the students had used for nursing care during the 2009-2010 autumn semester. The nursing care was evaluated according to the symptom, etiology and problem (SEP) format, using the diagnostic list containing the NANDA diagnoses that had previously been provided to the students, and the number and percentage distributions were determined.The patients cared for at the CLP clinics by the students included in the study had been admitted for surgical interventions at a rate of 29.8% and cancer at 28.6% while those in the psychiatry clinics had been admitted for psychosis or alcohol-substance abuse at a rate of 16.7%. The students included in the study had determined 36 nursing diagnoses in 136 cases. The 6 most common diagnoses were infection risk at 34.5%, disturbance of sleep pattern at 33.3%, anxiety at 25.0%, activity intolerance at 20.2%, inadequate personal coping at 16.7% and trauma risk at 13.1% at the CLP clinics, and disturbed sleep pattern at 15.5%, inadequate personal coping at 14.3%, anxiety at 14.3%, changes in family processes at 10.7%, self-care deficit at 10.7% and social interaction disturbance at 10.7% at the psychiatry clinics.The students showed low rates of being able to determine nursing diagnoses according to the SEP format and to plan, administer and evaluate result criteria accordingly. We recommend frequent demonstration of the nursing process via case studies starting from the first year of nursing training, providing a similar interpretation of the nursing process in all main nursing lectures by using a common language,
Quantitation of Total And Reduced Glutathione In Erythrocytes By High Performance Liquid Chromatography]
1,3Zahide ?avdar,,Mehtap Yüksel E?rilmez,Memduh Bülbül,Gül Güner
Türk Biyokimya Dergisi , 2006,
Abstract: Glutathione is the main non-protein thiol compound present in mammalian cells inmillimolar level. Glutathione which is a tripeptide functions as a principle reducingagent in biological systems. The most important function of this tripeptide is tomaintain intracellular redox status and to protect cells from reactive oxygen species.It is also involved in physiological processes such as synthesis of DNA andtransport of amino acids. This study was carried out to optimize the most suitableconditions for quantitation of total and reduced glutathione in erythrocytes by HighPerformance Liquid Chromatography. In our study, the most suitable compositionof acetonitrile+acetate buffer and the flow rate for the ideal elution of glutathionewere determined by evaluating the number of theoretical plate, capacity factor, peakasymmetry and resolution values, indicating the system and method performance.In addition, intra and inter assay reproducibility and recovery studies were done.The results obtained from this study provided an improved method for glutathionedetermination by High Performance Liquid Chromatography. Since this method isfaster than the most commonly used methods and it also permits better reproducibilityand high sensitivity, thus it is suggested that this method can be used confidentlyto determine the amount of glutathione in biologic samples.
Supplier Selection Using an Integrated Decision Making Approach Based on QFD and 2-Tuple Fuzzy Representation
Mehtap Dursun,E. Ertugrul Karsak
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2012,
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An inferior myocardial infarction due to single dose paracetamol use
Hasan Korkmaz,Mehtap Gürger
Anadolu Kardiyoloji Dergisi , 2011,
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Getting Ready for the Post-Oil Age: The Entrepreneurship as the Rising Star of Development Policies in the Gulf States  [PDF]
Mehtap Isik
Modern Economy (ME) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/me.2018.91008
Abstract: Gulf Cooperation Council countries have been offering opportunities to attract global investors for a while. Yet, the strong tension between the existing government structures and the democratic elements that are needed for investments to flourish creates a complicated economic environment. Besides, the external dynamics sourced from international relations in the region add a new dimension to the problem. For many economies of the same characteristics, governmental supports for entrepreneurial activities rise as a natural solution for many problems. Is it the case for the Gulf States, too? This study, first, draws a framework in order to explore the extent of the new entrepreneur-led growth policies in the region and relates the possible policies to the existing economic problems. Then, three markets, the Kuwaiti labor market which is a good representative of other Gulf States’ labor markets, renewable energy markets and biotechnology markets which have increasing roles in new industrial policies, are studied to examine the challenges and the opportunities created by these government policies. The study reveals numerous opportunities offered to entrepreneurs and investors, however further requirements to improve the conditions necessary for entrepreneur-led growth are advised as policy purposes.
Drug Allergies
Mehtap K?l??,Fad?l ?ztürk
Güncel Pediatri , 2009,
Abstract: Adverse drug reactions are common, but only 15% are immunologically mediated. As drug use continues to increase, the incidence of drug allergy will also continue to rise. Drug allergies have a significant impact on clinical practice, drug development and public health. One of the significant consequences of allergic drug reactions is causing the use of potentially less effective, more expensive or more toxic drugs in the future. The symptoms may be life threatening. The diagnosis of drug allergies relies on clinical histories, skin tests and a very few validated in-vitro tests. Education of the patient and primary care physician is an important component of management. This article reviews the current understanding in the mechanisms and recognizing methods of drug allergy and the management of patients. (Journal of Current Pediatrics 2009; 7: 76-82)
SIMULATION-BASED MEDICAL EDUCATION
?zlem M?d?k,Mehtap Kartal
Marmara Medical Journal , 2010,
Abstract: Simulation is defined as the imitating of tasks, relationships, phenomenon, equipment, behavior or some cognitive activities that are actually present in reality. The developments in technology and education have implied cooperation of both areas leading to simulation practice and tools becoming prevalent and giving an opportunity for use in education. Patient safety, the rising importance of patient rights and efforts to increase the competency of students have given the opportunity for the dissemination of simulation usage in medical education. There is a necessity for recognizing simulation tools; achieving good practices for the integration of simulation-based medical education approaches in medical education programs. In this review, the purpose and advantages of simulation is examined, with simulation practices used in medical education within main headings.
The Epidemiological Characteristics of Maxillofacial Traumas That Apply to the Emergency Department
Mehtap Gürger,Metin Ate??elik
Journal of Academic Emergency Medicine , 2012,
Abstract: Objective: Maxillofacial traumas are often related to morbidity and functional and easthetic damage of different degrees. While the most common cause is a traffic accident in developing countries, in developed countries interpersonal violence is seen more often. This study aimed to qualify the etiology, incidence and demographic characteristics of maxillofacial traumas and the injuries that accompany them.Materials and Methods: The patients with maxillofacial traumas who have attended our emergency department during one year were included in this prospective study. The ages and genders of the patients, causes and types of the trauma were recorded.Results: 401 patients were included in this study. The average age of the patients was 22.59 (±19.25) and the majority of the cases were men (75.3%). In 63.1 percent of the cases soft tissue traumas, in 15.2 percent eye traumas, in 16.9 percent nasal fracture, in 3.7 percent mandibula fracture, in 2.2 percent maxilla fracture, in 1.5 percent zygomatic fracture and in 1 percent frontal fracture were observed. Falls were recorded as the most common cause of trauma (36.7%), the second assaults (16.9%) and the third was traffic accidents (15.7%). Alcohol consumption was recorded in 3.2 percent of the patients. The most common accompanying trauma was head trauma (15.9%).Conclusion: Maxillofacial traumas occur as a result of a fall. The majority of the cases are men and head traumas are also present. In our country, the epidemiological data of these patients is limited, and therefore in this study we aimed to contribute to the epidemiological data.
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