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Dr. Ayse Sarioglu
Device Closure of Atrial Septal Defect(ASD) · Congenital Heart Diseases
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Acibadem Bakirkoy Hospital
Zeytinlik, Halit Ziya Uşaklıgil Cd. No: 1, 34140 Bakırköy/İstanbul, Turkey
Dr. Ayse Sarioglu is a highly skilled Pediatric Cardiologist based in Turkey. She is currently associated with Acibadem Bakirkoy Hospital, Istanbul, and has rich experience in her field of specialization. Dr. Ayse Sarioglu's impressive academic background, top-class knowledge, and professional expertise make her one of her country's most sought-after child specialists. She obtained her MD (Doctor of Medicine) degree from Hacettepe University, Faculty of Medicine, in 1978. She then started her post-graduation in Child Health and Diseases from the same institute. In 1985, she went to the University of Alabama for a Fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology and gained immense expertise and a thorough understanding of various cardiological issues of children. In 1989, Dr. Ayse Sarioglu joined the Institute of Cardiology, Istanbul University, and achieved the title of Professor in 1996 from there. Alongside, she kept practicing as a Pediatric Cardiology Specialist at Istanbul University until 2003. Later in 2007, Dr. Ayse Sarioglu became part of Acibadem Healthcare Group and is considered a vital pediatric practitioner. She has diagnosed and treated numerous children with congenital heart issues and other cardiac emergencies. She performs various popular cardiac procedures, including PDA closure, Pacemakers and defibrillator management, Balloon Atrial Septostomy, and intravascular ultrasound. Apart from her clinical work, she is affiliated with various associations related to pediatric cardiology. She is a vital member of the Turkish Society of Cardiology and Pediatric Cardiology Association. She regularly attends seminars, workshops, and events related to cardiac health and shares her extensive knowledge with fellow physicians and juniors.