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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 Kzlkaya
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,
ilker Polatoglu, Melike Kzlkaya, ülfet Eren
Journal of the Turkish Chemical Society, Section B: Chemical Engineering , 2016, DOI: -
Abstract: In this study, an enzymatic biosensor was developed with gold nanoparticles and its performance was tested for detection of phenolic compounds. Glassy carbon working electrode (GCE) was covered with different combinations of chitosan (Chit) as a support, gold nanoparticle (GNP) and tyrosinase enzyme (T) to form the enzymatic biosensor. The sensor components (Chit, GNP and T) were characterized by cyclic voltametry (CV) and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) while its performance was tested by chronoamperometry method for catechol (as a model phenolic compound) selectivity. Increase in sensor signal was observed depending on high conductivity of gold nanoparticles. The developed sensor has wide linear range (0.046-50 μM), low detection limit (13.8 nM) and high sensitivity (1.144 A/M). The results indicate that this kind of biosensors is potential candidates for cheap, fast and simple detection of phenolic compounds.
The Effect of Preemptive Intraveneous Dexketoprofen Trometamol on Analgesia Quality Created
Canan Atalay,Naz?m Do?an,mehmet Kzlkaya,,Hüsnü Kür?ad
Journal of Clinical and Analytical Medicine , 2012, DOI: 10.4328
Abstract: Aim: We investigated the fentanyl dose used in patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) of preemptive intravenous (IV) dexketoprofen trometamol (DKP) after abdominal hysterectomy. Material and Method: Following approval by the local ethics committee, 40 patients scheduled for ASA I-II abdominal hysterectomy were randomly divided into two groups. The anesthetic techniques were standardized. Group F (n=20): Placebo administered 30 minutes prior to operation and after 8 hours; Group D (n=20): 50mg IV dexketoprofen trometamol administered 30 minutes prior to operation and after 8 hours. When VAS>3, 1.5 %u03BCg/kg fentanyl was administered to both groups in the recovery room. At intervals and afterwards, analgesia was provided through PCA (bolus dose: 25 %u03BCg fentanyl; lock out period: 10 min.; 4-hr limit: 400 %u03BCg). VAS score, sedation score, fentanyl consumption, postoperative nausea and vomiting (PONV), and side-effects were recorded. Results: Demographic data and duration of surgery in the two groups were similar. Respiratory depression was not seen in either group. There was no significant difference based on the VAS score (p= 0.07). Nausea and vomiting were significantly higher in the Group F compared to Group D (p=0.03). Compared to Group F, PONV were less in Group D, at 12hr and 24hr postoperatively (p=0.03). Fentanyl consumption at 12 and 24 hours was lower in Group D than Group F (p=0.001). Discussion: In cases where 50 mg of intravenous dexketoprofen trometamol was administered, we observed that the fentanyl consumption decreased by 40%, analgesia quality increased and the incidence of sideeffects decreased.
Analysis of growth characteristics in short-term divergently selected Japanese quail
MS Balcıoğlu, K Kızılkaya, Hİ Yolcu, K Karabağ
South African Journal of Animal Science , 2005,
Abstract: This study was carried out to examine the effect of short-term selection for 5-weeks of age body weight in divergent lines of Japanese quail. Growth curves for both sexes within each selection group resembled the general sigmoid shape of a typical growth curve. Gompertz model curves and the observed growth curves were very similar. In both males and females the parameter estimates of the Gompertz growth curve were obtained with a high determination coefficient (0.9898 ≥ R2 ≥ 0.9840). Sex differences in asymptotic weight were found to be significant across lines. Similarly, in both sexes a significant divergent selection effect was determined for parameter A. The growth rate in all the Japanese quail lines was significantly higher in males than in females. There was also a significant increase in growth rate of the females selected for increased 5-week body weight over the control females, as well as a significant decline in growth rate of males selected for decreased 5-week body weight compared to the unselected control group.
Tak m Y netimi ve Tak m Etkinli ini Belirleyen Fakt rler : Savunma Sanayinde Ar - Ge Yapan Tak mlar üzerinde Bir Saha Ara t rmas = Team Management and the Determinants of Team Effectiveness : a Field Research on the Team Operating in Research and Development in Defence Industry
Cemal Zehir,Mehtapz?ahin
Dogus University Journal , 2008,
Abstract: In order to benefit from teams, the effectiveness of teams should be increased. The role and responsibilities should be defined, team members should be educated to improve their skills, performance objectives should be identified, resources should be used at optimum level, team culture and leadership should be established to increase the team effectiveness. In this study, we aim to examine the relationship among the team effectiveness factors - specified as team synergy, use of resources, skills, communication and performance objectives - innovation orientation and quality orientation at teams in defense industry while leadership effect is high, low and absent. Survey is conducted on 15 team producing equipment for defense industry. Questionnaire form employing five - point Likert Scale is used and data are analyzed through the SPSS statistical program packet.
Economic Impact of Clinical Research to Research Centers and Opportunity Cost for the Reimbursement System in Turkey  [PDF]
Güven? Ko?kaya, Meral Demir, P?nar Daylan Kockaya, Mehtap Tatar, Ali Ya??z üresin
Health (Health) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/health.2015.79128
Abstract: Introduction: Clinical research is a key component of drug development with a significant economic value. It has been reported that the development of a new molecule requires 10 - 15 years and costs almost $1.3 billion. Around 75% of the cost is spent on the Phase I-IV clinical research process. This study aimed to show the economic value of clinical research in Turkey. Methods: Clinical trial budgets were estimated from the raw data of the Report of Istanbul Medical Faculty Clinical Research (ITFKAR). In the research, the estimated cost of drugs used in the clinical trials for the Turkish reimbursement agency (SGK) was calculated to show the cost of medicines acquired through clinical research. Results: The total budget for sponsored pharmaceutical research was $107 million in Turkey, and the government saved close to $311,096,130 during 2006-2010, due to not reimbursing the patients for the drugs in the clinical trials. Conclusion: Despite the limitations of the study, the findings are unique for Turkey. The results can lead to revisiting the importance and economic value of clinical trials in Turkey.
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)
?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.
Resident Doctors' Professional Satisfaction and Its Effect on Their Lives
Makbule Nesli?ah TAN,Nilgün ?Z?AKAR,Mehtap KARTAL
Marmara Medical Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the satisfaction of residents, concerning their residency preferences, living conditions, medical residency training and working conditions in the Medical Faculty of Dokuz Eylul University.Materials and Methods: In this cross-sectional study; the questionnaire, consisting of 51 questions including demographic data and a Minnesota Job Satisfaction Questionnaire, was carried out face-to-face with 252 resident doctors who accepted to participate.Results: Of the participants, 92.1% were enthusiastic while choosing their specialization. In the choice of residency, desire to specialize (52.0%), to find the ideal career (51.2%), promising specialties (50.4%) were considered respectively. Although the income affected the choice of 25.8%, most of them (72.2%) considered that the income was not enough. The mean job satisfaction score was determined as 3.39±0.59. Job satisfaction scores were higher in residents who were enthusiastic about their specialization, had less hours on duty, had priority for training within their departments, thought that they were not used for drudgery, found the physical conditions and salary adequate, assessed their training as sufficient (p<0.05).Conclusion: Residency is an important period of professional life, and it is important to be aware of the factors affecting resident doctors' satisfaction so that better training and working environment can be achieved. (Marmara Medical Journal 2012;25:20-5)
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