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EAR THROAT NOSE CLINIC

 

EAR THROAT NOSE CLINIC

 Ear throat & Nose Clinic focuses on a long term recovery rather than merely aiming on a short term relief of your symptoms. Diagnoses which includes pediatric otolaryngology ,hearing and balance disorders, Allergic symptoms, Head and Neck diseases.

 

About YMC

FUNCTIONALITY

ELEGANCE

EXCELLENT SERVICE

YMC VISION

YIACO Medical Center follows YIACO’s vision in being the network in healthcare services aspiring for community well-being.

YMC MISSION

In line with YIACO Medical Company, the medical center’s mission is to optimize our reach to the COMMUNITY, PARTNERS & STAKEHOLDERS by providing INNOVATIVE solutions and services that consistently meet their EXPECTATIONS by the year 2020.

OUR VALUES
Customer Focused Teamwork Ethics Respect

 




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CONTACT

We always love to hear from our valued patients.

Feel free to contact us using the details below during our business hours.

Address Corner of Amman St. & Al Mughira St. Salmiya.

Phone 1.882.883

Complaints 52226214

Email
prymc@yiaco.com
yamc@yiaco.com

 

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OPENING HOURS YIACO MEDICAL CENTER


Sunday 7:00AM – 10:00PM
Monday 7:00AM – 10:00PM
Tuesday 7:00AM – 10:00PM
Wednesday 7:00AM – 10:00PM
Thursday 7:00AM – 10:00PM
Friday Medicine Dept. , Laboratory, Radiology  from 9 am to 5 pm.

Laser : (only first Friday of every month)   from 9 am to 5 pm.

Saturday 7:00AM – 10:00PM

 

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Hair Transplant Questions EAR THROAT NOSE CLINIC

 

Q: Who conducts the hair transplant procedure?
A: Our doctors are highly qualified and from Istanbul Hair Transplant Turkey. They are certified and licensed to perform the full procedure and follow ups.

Q: How long is the procedure and recovery period after the hair transplant?
A: The average procedure takes about 8 hours, and the overall healing period takes anywhere between 2-4 months.

Q: How old do I need to be to undergo a hair transplant surgery?
A: Any healthy adult between the ages of 18 years old till 65 years old, with no other underlying health issues.

Q: How do I set up a consultation?
A: Our doctors are available for free consultations on Saturdays through Thursday from 8 am to 10 pm to answer all your questions and concerns.

Q: Will every person who gets the procedure done have the same hairline?
A: No, we carefully tailor each person’s hairline based on their preference, and shape of their natural hairline.

Q; Are there any blood tests or other preparations needed before the procedure?
A: Yes, all testing should be done 24 hours prior to the procedure, the testing will be done in our fully equipped lab. The main issues we may worry about are uncontrolled diabetes, high blood pressure, and bleeding disorders (patients on blood thinners)

Q: How long after the procedure can I travel?
A: One week is needed for a rich follow-up with our specialists, though we recommend a minimum period of 3 days before traveling

Q; What are the benefits of doing PRP treatment along with the Hair transplant?
A: Our blood plasma (PRP) contains active growth factors which can promote hair growth. This procedure directly complements the hair transplant operation.

Q: I have already had a hair transplant will I be able to add more density to my hair?
A: Everything is possible after a proper consultation with our specialists.

 

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Diabetes Questions 

Q: What are the different types of diabetes?
A: The two types of diabetes, insulin-dependent (type 1) and noninsulin-dependent (type 2), are different disorders. While the causes, short-term effects, and treatments for the two types differ, both can cause the same long-term health problems. Both types also affect the body’s ability to use digested food for energy. Diabetes doesn’t interfere with digestion, but it does prevent the body from using an important product of digestion, glucose (commonly known as sugar), for energy.

Q: What are the symptoms of diabetes?
A: The symptoms of diabetes may begin gradually and can be hard to identify at first. They may include fatigue, a sick feeling, frequent urination, especially at night, and excessive thirst. When there is extra sugar in blood, one way the body gets rid of it is through frequent urination. This loss of fluids causes extreme thirst. Other symptoms may include sudden weight loss, blurred vision, and slow healing of skin, gum, and urinary tract infections. Women may notice genital itching.

Q: What causes diabetes?
A: Health care providers do not yet know what causes diabetes. The following factors may increase your chance of getting diabetes:

  • Family history of diabetes
  • Race or ethnic background
  • Being overweight
  • Age (Chances increase with age)
  • Taking certain medicines
  • Being pregnant*

*Pregnancy puts extra stress on a woman’s body that causes some women to develop diabetes. Blood sugar levels often return to normal after childbirth. Yet, women who get diabetes during pregnancy have an increased chance of developing diabetes later in life

Q: How do I manage my diabetes?
A: Diabetes is managed through proper diet, exercise and, if needed, medication. People with diabetes must use home and office tests to monitor the levels of sugar, cholesterol, and triglycerides (a type of fat) in their blood. Steps are then taken to keep the levels of these substances as normal as possible.

  • Type 1 diabetes is controlled with:
  • Insulin shots
  • Meal planning
  • Exercise
  • Type 2 diabetes is controlled with:
  • Diet and exercise
  • Medicine taken by the mouth
  • Insulin shots (less common)

Q: How can I know if I have diabetes?
A: Your health care provider can perform blood and urine tests to see if you have diabetes. Normal blood sugar is between 70 mg/dl and 100 mg/dl. The standard diagnosis of diabetes is made when two blood tests show that your fasting blood sugar level (blood sugar before you have eaten anything) is 126 mg/dl or greater.

Q: Can diabetes be reversible? Is there a cure?
A: No. A cure for diabetes has not yet been found. However, diabetes can be treated and controlled. Most people with diabetes manage their disease and lead normal lives. Without proper care, diabetes can lead to:

  • Heart disease
  • Kidney disease
  • High blood pressure
  • Low blood pressure
  • Eye damage and blindness
  • Gum disease
  • Serious infections in feet, sometimes requiring amputation
  • Damage to nerves, resulting in pain or loss of sensation

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