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  • PublicationOpen Access
    Usefulness of oxidative stress marker evaluation at admission to the intensive care unit in patients with COVID-19
    (2021-07-01T00:00:00Z) Daşkaya, Hayrettin; Yılmaz, Sinan; Uysal, Harun; Sümbül, Bilge; Karaaslan, Kazım; DAŞKAYA, HAYRETTİN; YILMAZ, SİNAN; UYSAL, HARUN; ÇALIM, MUHITTIN; SÜMBÜL, BİLGE; YURTSEVER, İSMAİL; KARAASLAN, KAZıM
    Objective:Two critical processes in the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic involve assessing patients- intensive care needs and predicting disease progression during patients- intensive care unit (ICU) stay. We aimed to evaluate oxidative stress marker status at ICU admission and ICU discharge status in patients with COVID-19.Methods:We included patients in a tertiary referral center ICU during June-December 2020. Scores of Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II (APACHE II), Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA), and clinical severity, radiologic scores, and healthy discharge status were noted. We collected peripheral blood samples at ICU admission to evaluate total antioxidants, total oxidants, catalase, and myeloperoxidase levels.Results:Thirty-one (24 male, 7 female) patients were included. At ICU admission, patients- mean APACHE II score at ICU admission was 17.61 ± 8.9; the mean SOFA score was 6.29 ± 3.16. There was no significant relationship between clinical severity and oxidative stress (OS) markers nor between radiological imaging and COVID-19 data classification and OS levels. Differences in OS levels between patients with healthy and exitus discharge status were not significant.Conclusions:We found no significant relationship between oxidative stress marker status in patients with COVID-19 at ICU admission and patients- ICU discharge status.
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    Effects of Mandatory School-time Practice on the Preparation of Vocational Medical College Students for their Profession
    (2015-12-01) Basaranoglu, GÖKÇEN; Yilmaz, SİNAN; BAKAN, Mefkur; Basaranoglu, METİN; BAŞARANOĞLU, GÖKÇEN; YILMAZ, SİNAN; BAŞARANOĞLU, METİN
    Objective: The goal of this study was to evaluate the effects of mandatory school-time practice on the preparation of second-year anesthesia nurse students for their future profession. Methods: A questionnaire was filled out by second-year anesthesia nurse students for situational awareness evaluation at the beginning of the term. The questionnaire form consisted of 19 questions and was prepared according to the basic practice on anesthesia course. Certain practical anesthesia procedures were obliged to make a certain minimum number for anesthesia nurse students. At the end of the year, the same questionnaire form was filled out again. Results: At the beginning of the study period, the ratio of students who did not feel were ready for their future professional life was 60%, whereas this ratio decreased to 20% by the end of the study period. Conclusion: Application of mandatory practical procedures for anesthesia nurse students seem to be very important in preparing them for their future professional life.