Radar "Microchip": Exciting (Hürriyet Newspaper, November 8, 2006)
Tayfun Aybek successfully performed his method of "Microchip Project" on pigs, patented by him. If everything goes as expected, it will be started to applied on humans for bypass surgeries (battery-free chip). This chip scans all the warnings about heart and vessels of the patient through a watch and transfers information to concerned hospital or doctor.
This surgery is monitored by the world. (Post News, October 13, 2005)
Prof. Tayfun Aybek, MD, also known as "Gold Scalpel" by his colleagues teaches his new method to other doctors. Aybek's new method of Cardiovascular Surgery, which reduces risks of Cardiovascular Surgeries with his new methods is watched online by 2 thousand surgeons from Barcelona.
Bypass in the Awake Patient (Hürriyet Newspaper, September 25, 2005):
Worldwide known Turkish Cardiac Specialist Tayfun Aybek, MD, 39, is being loved in Frankfurt very much.
"I got the quantum patent."
Aybek said that he is the very first surgeon who performed this new method as he found it. With this method he said, body temperature is being kept at 32 degrees so that it provides blood flow in the capillary vessel. "In this way, postoperative side effects are reduced."
Turkish Doctor Who Performs Bypass Surgery in the Awake Patient (Star Box Newspaper, September 22, 2002):
Tayfun Aybek, MD becomes popular with new methods of Cardiovascular Surgery that he developed. He started primary school t the age of 4 and a half. He finished high school when he was 16 and when he was at the age of 16 and a half, he entered University. Now, being at the age of 34 he became a worldwide known Heart Surgeon rather than becoming a Fighter Pilot. He is going to be a Professor of Medicine in the near future.
Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main