Bronchoscopy is a procedure that is performed under local anesthesia to examine the health of the respiratory tract. It is used both for further examination of the causes of abnormal findings in chest radiography and tomography as well as the investigation of symptoms such as hemoptysis, persistent coughing and wheezy respiration. Here you can see Dr. Gulen Ece Topaloglu performing a bronchoscopy on one of her patients.
The first Turkish Hospital in Qatar will have a soft opening on January 17 and start seeing patients the same day, according to a senior official.
The hospital aims at serving more than 1,000 patients at its outpatient clinics every day in addition to inpatients.
Located on C-Ring Road in Doha, the hospital has 100 beds for inpatients and more than 20 outpatient clinics with different specialties.
The hospital offers treatment and services in all types of specialties including a centre for hair transplant, for which Turkey is well known.
The hospital is a joint venture of the Taleb group in Qatar and Ruzgar group in Turkey.