Who is Prof. Dr. Yusuf Kalko?
Dr. Kalko graduated from Akdeniz University Medical Faculty, Antalya in 1994 and entitled to Cardiovasular Specialist from Istanbul Univerity, Istanbul Medical Faculty in 2001. He has become Professor in cardiovascular surgery in 2015.
An Innovative Model in Health Travel
Turkey is becoming a shining star in medical technologies and state of art treatment in the world. Under the framework of Sanberk Group and headed by Prof. Dr. Yusuf Kalko, established “DR.KALKO HEALTH CARE SERVICES” brand has been implemented with an innovative model that will open new horizons for the health tourism sector.
We Consider All Details 24/7 For Your Health
We achieved firsts in the medical literature with the stroke surgery method and hybrid methods we applied especially for carotid artery patients. Therefore, we have done what hasn’t been done in the world about vascular surgery and we have taken a very good way in this field. With the Vascular Health and Life Center established under my chairmanship, we gathered departments such as stroke surgery, diabetic foot surgery, varicose veins treatment, congenital vascular anomalies and minimally invasive vascular surgery. We are performing very important vascular surgeries with a giant staff.
Turkey is in a very important position in the field of health tourism in the world. Patient comes for many different branches. We are bringing together patients and the best doctors in Turkey and we aim to provide treatment with the latest and advanced technologies in the best and most equipped hospitals. With the principle of continuous 7/24 service, we have been thinking every detail for the patient satisfaction.
We Have Started With International Standards And Certificates
You want to know whom you entrust your health to in a country you don’t know. You also want to know what your rights are, how they will protect you in a negative situation. With this in mind, we have developed our service plan accordingly. First of all, we have started with an international certificate. We have been implementing insurance which covers from flight delays and cancelations up to surgical complications which the travellers may encounter. We have also international offices in several locations make us liable also in the European countries.
Specialities For Prof. Dr. Yusuf Kalko
- Congenital Cardiac Surgery
- Adult Cardiac Surgery
- Peripheral Vascular Surgery
- Emergency Dissection Aortic Surgery and other Aneurysms.
- Stroke surgery
- Varicose surgery
- Minimal invassive vessel surgery
- Vascular originated neck tumors
Dr. Kalko has got lots of rearch papers and studies published. Some of them are as follows;
A5. Kalko, Y., M. Basaran, U. Aydin, U. Kafa, G. Basaranoglu, T. Yasar, “The Surgical Treatment of Arterial Aneurysms in Behçet Disease: A Report of 16 Patients”, J Vasc Surg, 42(4), 673-677, (2005).
A7. Kalko, Y., M. Basaran, U. Aydin, T. Yasar, T. Cortelek, M. H. Us, A. T. Yilmaz, ”Aortoduodenal Fistulae: About Two Cases”, Ann Chir, 131(5), 331-333, (2006).
A8. Kalko, Y., U. Aydin, Y. Bayrak, U. Kafa, T. Kosker, M. Basaran, Z. Yangın, T. Yasar, ”Carotid Endarterectomy Under Local Anesthesia: Single Institutional Experience”, Interact CardioVasc Thorac Surg, 5, 570-573, (2006).
A10. Kalko, Y., E. Kafali, U. Aydin, U. Kafa, T. Kosker, M. Basaran, M. Ugurlucan, E. Nargileci, T. Yasar, “Surgery of the Carotid Artery: Local Anaesthesia Versus General Anaesthesia”, Acta Chir Belg, 10(7), 53-57, (2007).
A11. Kalko, Y., M. Ugurlucan, M. Basaran, E. Kafali, U. Aydin, U. Kafa, T. Kosker, O. Ozcalıskan, E. Yilmaz, U. Alpagut, T. Yasar, E. Dayioglu, “Visceral Artery Aneurysms”. Heart Surg Forum, 10(1), E24-29, (2007).
A12. Kalko, Y., M. Ugurlucan, M. Basaran, U. Aydin, U. Kafa, T. Kosker, M. Suren, T. Yasar, “Epidural Anesthesia and Minilaparotomy for The Treatment of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms with Severe Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease”, Acta Chir Belg, 107(3), 307-312, (2007).
A13. Kalko, Y., M. Basaran, U. Aydin, U. Kafa, T. Kosker, O. Ozçalişkan, E. Yucel, T. Yasar, “Primary Aortoenteric Fistula Associated with Giant Aortic Pseudoaneurysm”, J Card Surg, 22(4), 355-356, (2007).
A17. Kalko Y, M. Ugurlucan, M. Basaran, E. Nargileci, M. Banach, U. Alpagut, T. Yasar ,“Comparison of Transperitoneal and Retroperitoneal Approaches in Abdominal Aortic Surgery”, Acta Chir Belg,108(5):557-62.(2008) .
A18. Kalko Y, M. Ugurlucan, M. Basaran, E. Nargileci, U. Kafa, T. Kosker, C. Yerebakan, T. Yasar, “Standart Open Repair Versus Minilaparotomy Approach for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms; What is The Best Approach in Patients with Ischemic Heart Disease?”,Minerva Chir, 63(4):269-76. (2008).