Karaduman: “Urgent information should be given about heart attacks”

Karaduman: “Urgent information should be given about heart attacks”
Date: 12.1.2023 11:00

Saadet Party Deputy Abdulkadir Karaduman continues to keep the increasing heart attack cases on the agenda of the Parliament.

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Saadet Party Konya Deputy and Head of Youth Branch Abdulkadir Karaduman brought the rapidly increasing cases of heart attack in young people both in our country and in the world to the agenda of the Turkish Grand National Assembly (TBMM). Speaking at the General Assembly of the Turkish Grand National Assembly, Karaduman drew attention to the researches in America and Europe that mRNA vaccines made during the coronavirus process cause heart attacks. 


Karaduman, who asked the Minister of Health Fahrettin Koca and the authorities to clarify the suspicions, said, “It is remarkable that those who do not have any health problems die as a result of sudden heart attacks at a young age. Urgent information should be provided about vaccines and heart attack cases that are found to trigger crises by causing blood clots.” Karaduman had previously submitted a parliamentary question to the Minister of Health, Fahrettin Koca, regarding the increasing number of heart attack cases. 


In addition, Karaduman submitted a parliamentary question to the Presidency of the Turkish Grand National Assembly, asking the Minister of Health Fahrettin Koca to answer, on the grounds that the rabies vaccine was not reached and was not available due to the increasing rabies cases. Karaduman said that with the closure of the Hygiene Institute in 2011, many vaccines, of which we are manufacturers and exporters, became dependent on foreign sources and said, “We are experiencing serious difficulties in reaching the most basic vaccines throughout our country. Rabies is a deadly disease that requires immediate attention. Since there is no rabies vaccine in many provinces today, patients who apply to the hospital with the suspicion of rabies cannot be vaccinated, and some patients are sent to their homes after being vaccinated against tetanus. It is imperative that the necessary steps be taken to solve this problem immediately.” 


Karaduman asked the following questions to Health Minister Koca; 
“What is the total number of people who died due to rabies in the last ten years across our country? 
How is the distribution of this number realized by years? 
Is there any research carried out by your Ministry on the recent increase in rabies cases? 
What work are you doing to reduce the number of cases? 
What is the total number of doses of rabies vaccine in stock in our country? 
Has any work been started for the purchase or production of a new vaccine? 
Are the tetanus vaccines and antibiotic treatment given because there is no rabies vaccine in a nature to prevent catching rabies? 
Otherwise, do you accept responsibility? 
Has this substitution treatment method been recommended by your Ministry? 
How many hospitals do not have rabies vaccine in our country? 
When will the rabies vaccine be available in these hospitals?”


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