Yıl: 2024 Cilt: 29 Sayı: 2 Sayfa Aralığı: 127 - 138 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.21673/anadoluklin.1469126 İndeks Tarihi: 01-07-2024

Terrorist attacks in Türkiye: An analysis of counter-terrorism medicine

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Aim: The objective of this research was to perform a counter-terrorism medicine analysis of terrorist attacks in Türkiye. Methods: This study is a retrospective cross-sectional research. The study population consisted of terrorist incidents that occurred in Türkiye, as provided by the START Global Terrorism Database for the period from 1970 to 2020. Various characteristics of terror attacks in Türkiye were analyzed and presented in tabular form. Results: Over the past 51 years, there have been a total of 4,485 terrorist incidents, with 91.2% reaching their intended targets as orchestrated by terrorist organizations in Türkiye. Of these incidents, 2,767 had detrimental economic impacts. Additionally, 17,570 individuals experienced adverse medical effects. Among the 81 provinces in Turkey, Istanbul witnessed the highest number of terrorist incidents and suffered the most significant medical consequences. Conclusion: Türkiye has been significantly impacted by terrorist incidents over the past fifty years especially within the last decade, particularly in metropolitan provinces like Istanbul. These events have negatively affected both the health and economic well-being of many individuals. In response, while the country has implemented various security measures and preparedness strategies to mitigate such incidents, there is also a critical need to improve the readiness of healthcare services to effectively handle the potential consequences of terrorist attacks. This includes advancing anti-terror medicine and tactical medicine capabilities, as well as strengthening mass casualty management systems. Such improvements will ensure a more effective and coordinated response to large-scale emergencies, ultimately saving lives and reducing the long-term impacts on society.
Anahtar Kelime: Ambulances disaster medicine emergency medical services Türkiye

Türkiye’deki terörist saldırılar: Karşı-terörizm tıbbi analizi

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Amaç: Bu araştırmanın amacı, Türkiye’deki terörist saldırılar üzerine bir karşı terörizm tıbbı analizi gerçekleştirmektir. Yöntemler: Bu çalışma, retrospektif kesitsel bir araştırmadır. Çalışma popülasyonu, 1970 ile 2020 yılları arasında Türkiye’de meydana gelen terörist olayları kapsamaktadır ve bu olaylar START Küresel Terörizm Veritabanı tarafından sağlanmıştır. Türkiye’deki terör saldırılarının çeşitli özellikleri analiz edilmiş ve tablo halinde sunulmuştur. Bulgular: Geçtiğimiz 51 yıl içinde Türkiye’de toplam 4,485 terörist olay gerçekleşmiş, bu olayların %91,2’si terörist organizasyonlar tarafından planlandığı gibi hedeflerine ulaşmıştır. Bu olaylardan 2,767’si ekonomik olarak zarar verici etkilere sahiptir. Ayrıca, 17,570 kişi yaralanmış veya sağlık açısından olumsuz etkilenmiştir. Türkiye›deki 81 il içinde, en fazla terörist olayın yaşandığı ve en ciddi tıbbi sonuçların görüldüğü il İstanbul olmuştur. Sonuç: Türkiye, özellikle İstanbul gibi büyükşehirler geçtiğimiz elli yılın özellikle son on yılında terörist olaylardan önemli ölçüde etkilenmiştir. Bu olaylar birçok bireyin sağlık ve ekonomik refahını olumsuz yönde etkilemiştir. Bunlara yanıt olarak, kamu otoritesi çeşitli güvenlik önlemleri ve hazırlık stratejileri uygulamıştır. Aynı zamanda terörist saldırıların olası sonuçlarını etkili bir şekilde ele alabilmek için sağlık hizmetleri hazırlığını artırma da kritik bir ihtiyaçtır. Bu hazırlıklar, karşı-terör tıbbı ve taktik tıp yeteneklerini ilerletmeyi, ayrıca kitlesel yaralanma yönetim sistemlerini güçlendirmeyi içermektedir. Bu iyileştirmeler, büyük çaplı acil durumlara daha etkili ve koordine bir yanıt verilmesine, daha fazla hayat kurtarılmasına ve toplum üzerindeki uzun vadeli etkilerin azaltılmasına katkıda bulunacaktır.
Anahtar Kelime: Acil tıbbi hizmetler afet tıbbı cankurtaranlar Türkiye

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APA KINIK K, Dağ N, KOÇAK H, Çalışkan C (2024). Terrorist attacks in Türkiye: An analysis of counter-terrorism medicine. , 127 - 138. 10.21673/anadoluklin.1469126
Chicago KINIK KEREM,Dağ Nihal,KOÇAK Hüseyin,Çalışkan Cüneyt Terrorist attacks in Türkiye: An analysis of counter-terrorism medicine. (2024): 127 - 138. 10.21673/anadoluklin.1469126
MLA KINIK KEREM,Dağ Nihal,KOÇAK Hüseyin,Çalışkan Cüneyt Terrorist attacks in Türkiye: An analysis of counter-terrorism medicine. , 2024, ss.127 - 138. 10.21673/anadoluklin.1469126
AMA KINIK K,Dağ N,KOÇAK H,Çalışkan C Terrorist attacks in Türkiye: An analysis of counter-terrorism medicine. . 2024; 127 - 138. 10.21673/anadoluklin.1469126
Vancouver KINIK K,Dağ N,KOÇAK H,Çalışkan C Terrorist attacks in Türkiye: An analysis of counter-terrorism medicine. . 2024; 127 - 138. 10.21673/anadoluklin.1469126
IEEE KINIK K,Dağ N,KOÇAK H,Çalışkan C "Terrorist attacks in Türkiye: An analysis of counter-terrorism medicine." , ss.127 - 138, 2024. 10.21673/anadoluklin.1469126
ISNAD KINIK, KEREM vd. "Terrorist attacks in Türkiye: An analysis of counter-terrorism medicine". (2024), 127-138. https://doi.org/10.21673/anadoluklin.1469126
APA KINIK K, Dağ N, KOÇAK H, Çalışkan C (2024). Terrorist attacks in Türkiye: An analysis of counter-terrorism medicine. ANADOLU KLİNİĞİ TIP BİLİMLERİ DERGİSİ, 29(2), 127 - 138. 10.21673/anadoluklin.1469126
Chicago KINIK KEREM,Dağ Nihal,KOÇAK Hüseyin,Çalışkan Cüneyt Terrorist attacks in Türkiye: An analysis of counter-terrorism medicine. ANADOLU KLİNİĞİ TIP BİLİMLERİ DERGİSİ 29, no.2 (2024): 127 - 138. 10.21673/anadoluklin.1469126
MLA KINIK KEREM,Dağ Nihal,KOÇAK Hüseyin,Çalışkan Cüneyt Terrorist attacks in Türkiye: An analysis of counter-terrorism medicine. ANADOLU KLİNİĞİ TIP BİLİMLERİ DERGİSİ, vol.29, no.2, 2024, ss.127 - 138. 10.21673/anadoluklin.1469126
AMA KINIK K,Dağ N,KOÇAK H,Çalışkan C Terrorist attacks in Türkiye: An analysis of counter-terrorism medicine. ANADOLU KLİNİĞİ TIP BİLİMLERİ DERGİSİ. 2024; 29(2): 127 - 138. 10.21673/anadoluklin.1469126
Vancouver KINIK K,Dağ N,KOÇAK H,Çalışkan C Terrorist attacks in Türkiye: An analysis of counter-terrorism medicine. ANADOLU KLİNİĞİ TIP BİLİMLERİ DERGİSİ. 2024; 29(2): 127 - 138. 10.21673/anadoluklin.1469126
IEEE KINIK K,Dağ N,KOÇAK H,Çalışkan C "Terrorist attacks in Türkiye: An analysis of counter-terrorism medicine." ANADOLU KLİNİĞİ TIP BİLİMLERİ DERGİSİ, 29, ss.127 - 138, 2024. 10.21673/anadoluklin.1469126
ISNAD KINIK, KEREM vd. "Terrorist attacks in Türkiye: An analysis of counter-terrorism medicine". ANADOLU KLİNİĞİ TIP BİLİMLERİ DERGİSİ 29/2 (2024), 127-138. https://doi.org/10.21673/anadoluklin.1469126