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    Lokal Anestezi ile Karotisendarterektomi Yapılan Vakalarda Shunt Gereksinimi İntraoperatif Verilen Bir Karardır
    (2021-10-28T00:00:00Z) İnan, Bekir; Akal, Ramazan; Selçuk, Emre; Türkkolu, Şevket Tuna; Masrioğlu, Ahmet; Museyeva, Sayagat; Aydın, Cemalettin; Ay, Yasin; Köksal, Cengiz; İNAN, BEKİR; AKAL, RAMAZAN; SELÇUK, EMRE; TÜRKKOLU, ŞEVKET TUNA; MASRİOĞLU, AHMET; MUSEYEVA, SAYAGAT; AYDIN, CEMALETTİN; AY, YASİN; KÖKSAL, CENGİZ
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    Nutcracker Sendromu (NCS) ve OvarianVen Embolizasyonu
    (2022-03-28T00:00:00Z) İnan, Bekir; Türkkolu, Şevket Tuna; Masrioğlu, Ahmet; Selçuk, Emre; Akal, Ramazan; Museyeva, Sayagat; Aydın, Cemalettin; Ay, Yasin; Köksal, Cengiz; İNAN, BEKİR; TÜRKKOLU, ŞEVKET TUNA; MASRİOĞLU, AHMET; SELÇUK, EMRE; AKAL, RAMAZAN; MUSEYEVA, SAYAGAT; AYDIN, CEMALETTİN; AY, YASİN; KÖKSAL, CENGİZ
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    Erkek Behçet hastalarında derin ven trombozu ve eritema nodozum arasında herhangi bir ilişki var mı ?
    (2012-11-08T00:00:00Z) İNAN, BEKİR; BAŞEL, HALİL; AYDIN, CEMALETTİN; AY, YASİN; Teker, Melike elif; İNAN, BEKİR; AYDIN, CEMALETTİN; AY, YASİN
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    Regional block anesthesia in a patient with factor V Leiden mutation and axillary artery occlusion.
    (2011-01-01T00:00:00Z) ERKALP, K; COMLEKCI, M; INAN, BEKİR; Basaranoglu, GÖKÇEN; OZDEMIR, HÜSEYİN; SAIDOGLU, L; İNAN, BEKİR; BAŞARANOĞLU, GÖKÇEN
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    Aortic Dissection In Case with Chronic Kidney Disease
    (2017-10-01) Buyukaydin, BANU; Alay, Murat; Kazancioglu, RÜMEYZA; UGUR, Aycan; Tunc, MUHAMMED; TEKER, Melike Elif; Inan, BEKİR; ERKOC, Reha; BÜYÜKAYDIN, BANU; KAZANCIOĞLU, RÜMEYZA; TUNÇ, MUHAMMED; İNAN, BEKİR
    Aortic disection is an urgent clinical problem that rapid diagnosis and appropriate treatment is life-saving. Hypertension is one of the major risk factors. In this paper, a 56 years old female patient with hypertension and renal failure was presented. In this case after clinical suspicion aortic dissection was diagnosed with imaging studies. Endovascular aortic repair was performed but after surgery, patient died because of possible hemorrhage complication.
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    Effects of ischemic preconditioning and iloprost on myocardial ischemia-reperfusion damage in rats
    (2013-01-01) Ay, YASİN; Kara, Ibrahim; Aydin, CEMALETTİN; TEKER, Melike Elif; Senol, Serkan; Inan, BEKİR; BASEL, Halil; Uysal, Omer; Zeybek, RAHMİ; AY, YASİN; AYDIN, CEMALETTİN; KAHRAMAN AY, NURAY; İNAN, BEKİR; UYSAL, ÖMER; ZEYBEK, RAHMİ
    This study investigates the effects of cardiac ischemic preconditioning and iloprost on reperfusion damage in rats with myocardial ischemia/reperfusion. 38 male Wistar Albino rats used in this study were divided into 5 groups. The control group (Group 1) (n=6), ischemia/reperfusion (IR) group (Group 2) (n=8), cardiac ischemic preconditioning (CIP) group (Group 3) (n=8), iloprost (ILO) group (Group 4) (n=8), and cardiac ischemic preconditioning + iloprost (CIP+ILO) group (Group 5) (n=8). Pre-ischemia, 15 minutes post-ischemia, 45 minutes post-reperfusion, mean blood pressure (MBP), and heart rates (HR) were recorded. The rate-pressure product (RPP) was calculated. Post-reperfusion plasma creatine kinase-MB (CK-MB), lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), troponin (cTn) vlaues, and infarct size/area at risk (IS/AAR) were calculated from myocardial tissue samples. Arrhythmia and ST segment elevations were evaluated during the ischemia and reperfusion stages. Although the MBP, HR, RPP values, biochemical parameters of CK-MB and LDH levels, IS/AAR rates, ST segment elevation values were found to be similar in CIP and CIP+ILO groups and the IR and ILO groups (p>0.05), CIP-containing group values had a positively meaningful difference (p<0.05) compared with the IR and ILO group. While mild-moderate findings of damage were observed in Group 3 and Group 5, severely findings of damage were releaved in Group 2 and Group 4. The arrhythmia score of the ILO group was meaningfully lower (F: 41.4, p<0.001) than the IR group. We can conclude that the effects of myocardial reperfusion damage can be reduced by cardiac ischemic preconditioning, intravenous iloprost reduced the incidence of ventricular arrhythmia associated with reperfusion, and its use with CIP caused no additional changes.
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    Effects of Cilostazol and Diltiazem Hydrochloride on Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury in a Rat Hindlimb Model.
    (2017-04-01) ERGÜN, SELMA; İNAN, BEKİR; ERGÜN, SELMA; ZİYADE, SEDAT
    Objective: Free radicals and neutrophils are potent sources of ischemia-reperfusion injury (I/R) and they can be limited by the use of exogenous application of some therapeutic agents. The objective of this study was to compare the effects of cilostazol and diltiazem hydrochloride in a rat hind limb model of I/R injury.
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    A giant right atrial villous myxoma with simultaneous pulmonary embolism
    (2014-01-01T00:00:00Z) AYDIN, CEMALETTİN; Tasal, Abdurrahman; Yasin, Ay; Vatankulu, Mehmet Akif; İNAN, BEKİR; BACAKSIZ, AHMET; AYDIN, CEMALETTİN; İNAN, BEKİR; BACAKSIZ, AHMET
    INTRODUCTION: Primary cardiac tumors are rare and approximately three quarters of them are benign and up to half of the benign tumors are myxomas. Right atrial villous myxoma with pulmonary embolism is an unusual apparition.
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    Çok Katmanlı Akış Modülatör Stent İmplantasyonu Sonrası Devam Eden Kaçağın Endovasküler Tedavisi
    (2021-10-28T00:00:00Z) Selçuk, Emre; Museyeva, Sayagat; İnan, Bekir; Türkkolu, Şevket Tuna; Masrioğlu, Ahmet; Akal, Ramazan; Aydın, Cemalettin; Ay, Yasin; Köksal, Cengiz; SELÇUK, EMRE; MUSEYEVA, SAYAGAT; İNAN, BEKİR; TÜRKKOLU, ŞEVKET TUNA; MASRİOĞLU, AHMET; AKAL, RAMAZAN; AYDIN, CEMALETTİN; AY, YASİN; KÖKSAL, CENGİZ
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    Straight versus S-shaped sternotomy: a histologic study in the sheep model
    (2014-10-01) KÜÇÜKDURMAZ, FATİH; İNAN, BEKİR; KÜÇÜKDURMAZ, FATİH
    Introduction: Straight sternotomy is the most common access for open heart surgery. Techniques have been proposed for maximizing sternal stability in high-risk patients. This trend implies a growing need for newer surgical techniques. The aim of this experimental study in the sheep model is to evaluate median vs. S shaped sternotomy the feasibility of using a special device to accelerate the sternal instability and bone healing. Materials and methods: We enrolled 31 sheep, weighing 18–30 kg. For all animals a midline skin incision was made. In group I (n = 16 animals), straight median sternotomy and in group II (n = 15 animals), S-shaped incision was marked on the periosteum of the sternum by new created device for standard S-shaped sternotomy. Sternum biopsies were performed on second surgery month for all survived animals from the sternum and the surrounding soft tissue. Results: No early superficial wound complications were observed. Overall mortality in the initial approach group was 19.3% (6 sheep). In group I; 3 sheep had died on first surgery day, the reason may be hemorrhage and in group II; 3 sheep developed intractable VF during surgery procedure or immediately afterwards so died. There were statistically significant differences in the scores of bone healing between group 1 and group 2 (4.2 vs.7.3, ANOVA, p < 0.001). Discussion: Our work is based on the use of a standard S-shaped sternotomy procedure on sheep sternum. In our experience with the sternal healing in the sheep model, the process of new bone formation was accelerated with S- shaped cut than straight sternotomy procedure