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    Evaluation of analgesic use behaviors of individuals for pain management: an observational study
    (2022-11-25) Köroğlu F.; Mercümek B.; Bektay M. Y.; İzzettin F. V.; MERCÜMEK, BERRE; BEKTAY, MUHAMMED YUNUS; İZZETTİN, FIKRET VEHBI
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    Time to change to improve health: clinical pharmacy and pharmaceutical care education in Turkey
    (2020-05-01T00:00:00Z) Bektay, Muhammed Yunus; Sancar, Mesut; Al-Ezzı, Saad Ahmed Ali; BEKTAY, MUHAMMED YUNUS; AL-EZZI, SAAD AHMED ALİ; İZZETTİN, FIKRET VEHBI
    The practice of clinical pharmacy had a positive impact on the profession by giving pharmacists more job opportunities. Moreover, the pharmacy began to gain the status it deserved, which was lost many years ago. In this paper, we aimed to give a brief explanation of the clinical pharmacy philosophy and definition of pharmaceutical care. What are the general and specific roles of clinical pharmacists in the modern world healthcare system? Also, how to implement clinical pharmacy in education to obtain competent pharmacists. We shared our observation and experience, specifically on the progress of implementation of clinical pharmacy education in Turkey. The stepwise method has been successfully followed in the implementation of clinical pharmacy education in Turkey. In the undergraduate program, the first step taken was the addition of clinical courses, such as the role of clinical pharmacy, patient education, etc. and practical hospital rounds (internal medicine, pediatrics, and surgery). The post-graduate program, such as master (MSc) and doctoral (Ph.D.) degrees, also offered to prepare clinically oriented pharmacy academicians. The continuous education programs were structured to implement clinical pharmacy idea for the pharmacists in practice. In conclusion, the stepwise approach significantly smoothed the transition from the product-oriented to the patient-oriented pharmacy education. Moreover, the adoption of the skills education system to educate pharmacists needs to review the policy regularly and gradually change it accordingly.
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    Identification and evaluation of drug-related problems in the cardiology ward: an interventional study
    (2022-11-25) Sosyal D.; Bektay M. Y.; Açıkgöz N.; İzzettin F. V.; SOSYAL, DAMLA; BEKTAY, MUHAMMED YUNUS; AÇIKGÖZ, NUSRET; İZZETTİN, FIKRET VEHBI
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    Investigation of drug-related problems in hospitalized patients with respiratory diseases: a randomized controlled trial
    (2022-11-25) Bektay M. Y.; Sancar M.; Okyaltırık F.; Durdu B.; İzzettin F. V.; BEKTAY, MUHAMMED YUNUS; OKYALTIRIK, FATMANUR; DURDU, BÜLENT; İZZETTİN, FIKRET VEHBI
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    Yetim İlaçlarn Mevcut Durumu Ve Eczacının Rolü
    (2017-02-12) Şeker Z.; Babalı Balıbey F.; Şahin Bektay H.; Bektay M. Y.; ŞEKER, ZEHRA; BABALI BALIBEY, FATMANUR; BEKTAY, MUHAMMED YUNUS
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    Investigation of the Effects of Biochemical Parameters on Alzheimer-s Disease.
    (2019-07-16) Toprak, A; Gokce, MUSTAFA; Bektay, MUHAMMED YUNUS; Selvitop, R; Yildiz, GB; GÖKÇE, MUSTAFA; BEKTAY, MUHAMMED YUNUS; TOPRAK, ALİ; BABACAN YILDIZ, GÜLSEN
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    Identification of potentially inappropriate medications in elderly according to the FORTA and EU (7)-PIM lists: an observational study
    (2022-11-25) Özmen Ö.; Bektay M. Y.; Karatoprak C.; İzzettin F. V.; ÖZMEN, ÖZGE; BEKTAY, MUHAMMED YUNUS; KARATOPRAK, CUMALİ; İZZETTİN, FIKRET VEHBI
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    Community Pharmacy Cognitive Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Descriptive Study of Practices, Precautions Taken, Perceived Enablers and Barriers, and Burnout.
    (2021-09-12T00:00:00Z) Okuyan, Betul; Bektay, Yunus Muhammed; Kingir, Zehra Betul; Save, Dilsad; Sancar, Mesut; BEKTAY, MUHAMMED YUNUS
    Objective: The objectives of this study were to identify community pharmacist (CP)-led cognitive services and CPs' precautions taken related to COVID-19, perceived enablers and barriers related to pharmaceutical services and burnout levels during the COVID-19 pandemic. Method: In this descriptive study, the survey was administered online to CPs in all regions of Turkey. The frequency of their provision of patient counselling, provision of medication information and practices towards precautions during the pandemic were evaluated based on CP self-reports. The Turkish version of the Burnout Measure Short Form was used, and a 30-item questionnaire based on the 12-domain Theoretical Domains Framework was developed to determine CPs' perceived enablers of and barriers to pharmaceutical service delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic. Data were collected using convenience sampling methods. Besides internal consistency reliability, principal component analysis, and correlation analysis, Mann-Whitney U-test was conducted in group comparisons. Results: A total of 1098 complete responses were received, for a response rate of 4.11% among 26 747 CPs. The CPs' median burnout score was 3.3 (2.5-4.2). More than half of the CPs (54.5%) referred probable patients with COVID-19 to the hospital. Commonly delivered cognitive CP-led services included preventive health services (89.5%) and medication information services (86.3%). Perceived barriers to delivering pharmaceutical services were a lack of environmental resources and support and a lack of innovation in pharmaceutical services. Perceived enablers were CPs' knowledge, skills, self-confidence, actions, impacts, emotions and perceived behavioural control. Conclusion: To increase the preparedness of pharmacists for future pandemics or disasters, this study highlighted CP-led cognitive services, precautions taken related to COVID-19, perceived enablers and barriers and burnout during the COVID-19 pandemic. Pharmaceutical services guidelines that could be followed during a pandemic or other disaster should be designed by addressing these findings.
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    Dynamic Thiol/Disulphide Homeostasis a Promising New Marker in the Diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis in Children: A Case Control Study of Acute Appendicitis and Abdominal Pain
    (2022-03-01T00:00:00Z) Mirapoglu, Semih Lutfi; Guler, Eray Metin; BEKTAY, MUHAMMED YUNUS; KOÇYİĞİT, ABDÜRRAHİM; Vehbilzzettin, Fikret; BEKTAY, MUHAMMED YUNUS; KOÇYİĞİT, ABDÜRRAHİM
    Objectives: One of the most common emergency surgery in pediatric surgery is due to acute appendicitis (AA). The diagnosis of AA is usually made using with the clinical score using clinical signs, symptoms, and laboratory tests. But symptoms and signs are not always typical, and this situation put clinician in a compelling situation. The range of misdiagnosis of AA is between 28-57 % between 2-12 years old children. Thiol/Disulphide homeostasis is an important indicator of oxidative stress and inflammation. This study is aimed to evaluate and compare the feasibility of thiol/disulphide levels in pediatric patients with AA and abdominal pain (AP).
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    A comprehensive health effects assessment of the use of sanitizers and disinfectants during COVID-19 pandemic: a global survey.
    (2023-05-11) Hashemi F.; Hoepner L.; Hamidinejad F. S.; Haluza D.; Afrashteh S.; Abbasi A.; Omeragić E.; Imamović B.; Rasheed N. A.; Taher T. M. J.; et al.; BEKTAY, MUHAMMED YUNUS