- The clinic was established in 2007 and has since become one of Turkey's most important medical centers.
- LIV Ulus received the Joint Commission International for its high-tech equipment, doctor qualifications, and excellent service (JCI certification).
- One of the essential certifications in the healthcare business is the American certification.
- The LIV Ulus Clinic has also been awarded the European ISO quality mark.
- The hospital has a unique idea, focusing on treating each patient as an individual.
- The hospital has 50 wards, eight operating rooms, and 154 beds spread across 30,000 square meters.
Department of Medical Oncology
- The treatment of oncological disorders is the emphasis of LIV Ulus. Patients go from all around the world to receive treatment at the clinic:
- Tumors of the gastrointestinal tract (GIT), liver and pancreas, gallbladder;
- Oncohematology: Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, leukemia;
- Onco Gynecology: uterine, ovarian, and cervical cancer;
- Cancers of the kidney, bladder, prostate;
- Osteosarcoma and soft tissue sarcoma;
- Thyroid cancer, lung cancer, and breast cancer.
Treatment Strategy That Is Unique To You
- Treatment is carried out by a team of competent doctors, including a surgeon, medical oncologist, radiotherapist, and other specialists.
- The doctors meet once a week for a consultation to discuss each patient's treatment plan and any necessary modifications.
- Robotic surgery is a type of surgery that uses robots to perform.
- The Da Vinci robot is used by surgeons to operate on the prostate, kidney, bladder, and other organs.
- Surgical procedures have grown less traumatic due to modern technologies, and the recovery period has been cut in half.
- TrueBeam STx from Varian:
- Radiation therapy may now be delivered with optimal efficiency thanks to the new linear gas pedal.
- The device's key feature is its ability to target cancerous cells. Organs and healthy tissue are unaffected.
- Algorithm Acuros XB is a type of acuros:
- This is a sophisticated computer algorithm for determining radiation exposure.
- It eliminates the human aspect and any errors in complex calculations, saving time and money.
- Acuros XB creates a tailored radiation treatment plan based on the patient's unique characteristics, such as height, weight, and tumor location concerning adjacent tissues and organs.
Artificial Intelligence in Chemotherapy
- Liv Hospital Ulus employs the most current treatment procedures to maximize the treatment process and improve the patient's prognosis.
- To plan chemotherapy courses, the Department of Medical Oncology uses artificial intelligence.
- A prior chemotherapy regimen is given to the doctor based on the patient's information:
- Height, weight, and physical characteristics
- Comorbidities' prevalence,
- The extent to which underlying cancer has progressed and how severe it is
- The chemotherapy dose is manufactured in an automated preparation unit after the oncologist reviews and approves the proposed treatment plan.
- The patient's state, test findings, and side effects are all factors in determining the next chemotherapy dose.
- Changes in treatment are automatically communicated to the doctor, nurse, and patient.
- The artificial intelligence system improves communication between medical professionals and patients while also saving time by computing routine data automatically.
Medication therapy in its entirety
- Depending on the individual patient's demands, the specialists at Liv Hospital Ulus can provide several pharmacological therapy choices for tumors.
- The clinic has had success with the following strategies:
- Adjuvant and neoadjuvant chemotherapy,
- Radiation therapy and brachytherapy,
- Directed therapy (targeted therapy),
- Hormone therapy
- Maintenance therapy
- Controlling Hair Loss
- During chemotherapy, patients must wear a DigniCap, a unique device worn on the scalp.
- This device actively cools the hair follicles.
- The cold constricts the blood vessels in the strand, preventing the chemotherapeutic agent from spreading.
- This results in a significant reduction in hair loss.
Center for Genetic Research
- Patients with any congenital or uncommon genetic disorder can receive laboratory diagnosis and follow-up at the facility.
The following are the critical areas of the center:
- Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD):
- Before the embryo is transplanted into the mother's uterus wall, a diagnosis is made.
- The PGD is used to detect congenital genetic abnormalities in the fetus.
- Early gene research allows for the selection of disease-free embryos.
- PGD improves a patient's chances of becoming pregnant while lowering the danger of miscarriage and multiple births.
- The prenatal diagnosis is non-invasive.
- Maternal blood can be used to diagnose a fetus using next-generation sequencing methods.
- Forty-four hereditary disorders can be examined on each chromosome. It is not necessary to remove tissue from the embryo.
Next-Generation Sequencing technology (NGS):
- It is a new level of human genome research that allows for more extensive studies and the prediction of illness development in you or a relative in the future.
- There are several diagnostic panels to choose from:
- Breast and ovarian cancer screening, as well as genetic malignancies, are also available.
- Hereditary neuropathies and neuromuscular disorders are on the neurological panel.
- Cardiomyopathies, arrhythmias, vascular and connective tissue diseases of the heart are all conditions that affect the heart.
- Hematology: Disorders of bone marrow, coagulation, and thrombosis.
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