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Turkey is a republic country in Eurasia in which major portion of the country located in Western part of Asia and smaller portion in Southeast Europe which has border of eight countries. This country is considered as the major super power in Eurasia and Africa during early modern period.

Turkey which is located in Anatolia borders the Black Sea between Bulgaria and Georgia and also borders the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea between Greece and Syria. The Anatolia is a rough peninsular which acts like a bridge between Europe and Asia.

Turkey is considered as the most emerging market economy in the world and it was placed among the developed countries side defining as world's newly industrialized countries. Turkey is pioneer and leading manufacturer in aquaculture, agricultural products; textiles, motor vehicles, etc. There are many lists of aquaculture journals which emphasize in the field of aquaculture and Turkey is one of the countries which maintain aquaculture journals in regular frequency.

With the aim of creating innovation in the field of research and development, Turkey is spending more and more expenditure in the research side and therefore gaining good gross domestic product in this aquaculture field. Turkey has established a good platform for aquaculture research especially in terms of fish production which is growing rapidly in the recent years.

The Turkish Society of Orthopaedics was established after the first International Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Orthopedics and Traumatology Congress, in Ankara, Turkey, in 1970. Turkish orthopedic physicians actively practicing operative orthopedics were questioned in a 12 question face-to-face survey. Personal information of physicians, preferred cuff pressure (CP) and tourniquet inflation time (TIT) and the source of the information for these preferences were questioned. Answers gathered were analyzed statistically.