Internal medicine is stand out as a very comprehensive section. Internal medicine specialists need to work in coordination with other medical units. patients are examined who have complaints such as weakness, constipation, anemia, fever, heartburn, cough, digestive system, and heart diseases in Internal Disease Department.
As Private Ata Health Hospital, our doctors examinate patients detailly in Internal Disease Department. We make use of the latest technological devices in our treatment processes which are used to find the causes of the symptoms of diseases and eliminate these causes. We are increasing our service quality day by day by offering outpatient and inpatient treatment.
Diseases Included in the Treatment Area of Internal Diseases
Blood moves through the circulatory system in every systole. Hypertension (high blood presure) is called the condition where the blood puts too much pressure on the vessels. Blood pressure can also increase in a healthy person, too. But there must be an instantaneous change that triggers this rise. If the blood pressure is always high, it can be thought that there is serious health. If hypertension is not treated, it can be caused to heart attack and apoplexy.
2- Diabetes Mellitus (Diabetes)
Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects the body's ability to use energy from nutrition. Diabetes mellitus has been seen in three different ways as Type 1, Type II and Gestational Diabetes. If it is not take under the contro, it can cause serious problems. Normally, the body converts sugary and carbohydrate foods into glucose. Glucose supply with energy to cells which needy. The hormone insulin must be occupied in the bloodstream however for this process to occur.The problem of diabetics can be defined as not being able to produce insulin, not being able to use the produced insulin, or not being able to produce insulin right away.
3- Thyroid Diseases
The thyroid glands have a great importance in terms of the hormonal balance of the body. Hormones produced in the thyroid glands, especially in the digestive nervous and circulatory systems, ensure the healthy functioning of the metabolism. As a result of problems in the thyroid glands, the threshing balance of the body is disturbed. The thyroid gland can become inflamed, enlarged, and filled with nodules. At the same time, the hormone uretamine in the glands may be more or less than necessary. Problems in the thyroid glands should be kept under surveillance and the person should be treated by specialist physicians.
4- Hematological Diseases
People should apply to the hematology unit who have fatigue, chronic fever, non-coagulation of the blood, formation of glands, painful edema, and weakness, which is responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of blood diseases. The possibility of important diseases such as structural changes of blood cells, coagulation problems, and cancer formation in marrow cells should not be ignored. The most common blood disorders include iron deficiency anemia, sickle cell anemia, thrombosis, leukopenia, and hemophilia.
5- Lung Diseases
The lungs are the lifeblood of the respiratory system. It can lose their function due to different factors. If the problem is not treated, it can lead to fatal consequences in the future. Treatment of lung diseases such as COPD, pneumonia, asthma, pleurisy, lung cancer, Legionnaires' disease should not be interrupted.
6- Gastrointestinal Diseases
Gastrointestinal diseases occur with symptoms such as burning sensation in the stomach, thirst, intestinal disorders, stomach spasms, acute abdominal pain. Therefore increased stress and repetition of nutritional errors are in the field of Gastroenterology. The most common examples of stomach and intestinal diseases are ulcers, stomach cancer, constipation, diarrhea, vomiting, gastritis, and dyspepsia.
7- Cholesterol and Triglycerides
Changes in cholesterol and triglyceride ratios which are two important types of fat for heart health can endanger people's health. If the rates of these fats which are taken through food and produced by the body at the same time increase in the blood, in other words, if hyperlipidemia occurs, obstructive vascular diseases show up. Cholesterol and triglyceride ratios should be at the ideal level for the prevention of cardiovascular disease.
8- Acute and Chronic Kidney Failures
Kidney failure which can occur due to different reasons such as heart failure, prostatic hypertrophy, regularly used drugs, diabetes mellitus, kidney cysts, muscle injuries, excessive decrease in blood pressure can be defined by the condition of the kidneys not performing their functions. If the kidneys lose their function acutely or chronically, detailed examinations should be made to the patients. The factors causing kidney failure should be determined and a personalized treatment process should be initiated in line with the determining factors.
9- Urinary Tract Infections
Bacteria reaching the urinary tract cause difficulties in urination and decrease the quality of life of the person are among the most basic symptoms of urinary tract infections. Urinary tract infections sometimes have some symptoms such as fever, nausea, and fatigue. The treatment should be started as soon as possible when realizing the urinary tract infections.
10- Diseases with High Fever
Examples of diseases with high fever are tonsillitis, bronchitis, sinusitis, otitis media, intestinal inflammation and kidney diseases. For this reason, the causes of rising fever should be identified and the treatment should be continued accordingly.
11- Rheumatic Diseases
There are many types of rheumatic diseases that occur with symptoms such as pain, tingling and swelling in the muscles, bones and joints. These diseases, the exact causes of which are unknown, cause the person to have difficulty in moving and therefore to decrease the quality of life. Gout, acute joint rheumatism, reactive arthritis, tendinitis, calcification, soft tissue rheumatism are among the most common rheumatic diseases.
12- Food Poisoning
Food poisoning which has symptoms such as nausea, dizziness, weakness, headache, and difficulty in breathing occurs when foods and beverages that are not produced in a hygienic environment are consumed. Although food poisoning can cause paralysis and death rarely too, it is required urgent intervention.
13- Liver Diseases
Liver diseases which occur with symptoms such as fatigue, weight loss, nausea, vomiting and skin discolorationcan cause the liver to not perform its functions and even to completely lose its functions in the later stages. Diseases such as hepatitis A, B, C, chronic hepatitis, viral hepatitis, liver failure, cirrhosis, hepatitis encephalopathy, hydatid cyst, liver cancer are among the most common liver diseases.
14- Metabolic Disorders
Metabolic diseases which occur congenital or acquired are required regular treatment. Examples of metabolic diseases that have a wide scope are diabetes, goiter, phenylketonuria, congenital hypothyroidism, etc. The main cause of metabolic diseases can be explained as the disruption of chemical processes in metabolism for different reasons.