Organized by the collaboration of Istinye University and Liv Hospital Ulus, Risky Baby-Cerebral Palsy Symposium was held with the participation of many specialist physicians.
At the Risky Baby-Cerebral Palsy Symposium held online with the unconditional support of Nestle Health, in collaboration with Istinye University and Liv Hospital Ulus; Cerebral Palsy, a neurological disorder, was evaluated in all aspects.
Over XNUMX Physicians Working in the Field of Child Neurology Participated.
Istinye University Faculty of Medicine and Liv Hospital Ulus pediatric neurology specialist Prof. Dr. In the symposium moderated by Gülşen Köse; Cerebral Palsy, a condition that occurs in infancy or early childhood and permanently affects body movements, was evaluated with the participation of experts from different medical fields. Istinye University Faculty of Medicine academic staff members Prof. Dr. Nermin Tansuğ, Prof. Dr. Makbule Eren, Prof. Dr. Selami Sözübir, Assoc. Dr. Hülya Şirzai and Assoc. Dr. More than one hundred physicians working on neonatal neurology and physical therapy attended the symposium, where Şenol Bekmez participated as a speaker.
`` We See Risky Baby Birth Increase. ''
Stating that they aim to draw attention to Cerebral Palsy through the symposium, Prof. Dr. Gülşen Köse: “The quality of women and pregnancy health practices and newborn intensive care services in our country is increasing day by day. However, despite these developments in health practices, we see that risky baby birth has increased. Cerebral palsy, or in other words, cerebral palsy, is a problem that mainly affects the movement of muscles and motor skills of the person. Signs and symptoms occur in infancy or very early ages. We held this symposium to raise awareness about Cerebral Palsy, which can be seen in babies in the group we call risky, and to provide information about the most up-to-date diagnosis and treatment methods. ''
'' Key to Success in Early Rehabilitation Treatment ''
Underlining that the ability of physicians to make early diagnosis is very important, Prof. Dr. Gülşen Köse: “The most important key to success in treatment is that physicians recognize risky babies before 5 months and start early rehabilitation. In addition, the diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy should be reported to families before 2 years of age in order to prevent deterioration of their psychology. Prof. Dr. Our teacher Nermin Tansuğ warned family physicians, pediatricians and developmental pediatricians in terms of baby follow-up in his speech. Cerebral Palsy disease needs to be followed up with the cooperation of many doctors. Accordingly, Prof. Dr. Makbule Eren special nutrition methods, Assoc. Hülya Şirzai important points in physical therapy, Prof. Dr. Selami Sözübir surgical approaches, Assoc. Şenol Bekmez explained in detail the orthopedic approaches that will increase the quality of life of both the child and the family in Cerebral Palsy. '' He gave information about the topics discussed at the symposium.