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18:05

National

Spain is near the bottom of the European list of palliative care

EUROPA PRESS

...demand is to multiply the scarce specialised services. Centeno wants every hospital to have at least one palliative care team (consisting of a doctor, nurse, psychologist and social worker) to attend to all patients and families who need them.

13:43

LifeStyle

The sun, from ally to enemy

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...skin cancer should see their doctor to have it checked so that a carcinoma can either be ruled out or confirmed. Early diagnosis is vital because it means the patient can be treated in time and cured. Solar benefits The sun has a negative side, but

16:02

Opinion

Three days

Rachel Haynes

...to shower; someone changes the bed sheets. Breakfast comes, and so does the doctor - or rather three of them of varying levels of seniority. I’m sure they’ll tell me to go, that they need my bed for someone who is really ill. Wrong - I can’t go home

13:51

LifeStyle

Locally born medic warns about what we eat

ESTER REQUENA

...fish and 'porra antequerana' made by his mother, first in Calle Alemania in the city centre before the family moved to Pedregalejo. There, he attended the San Estanislao de Kostka school. The example of his father, a doctor who is passionate about

15:05

LifeStyle

Golf and paediatrics join forces to crack down on childhood obesity

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...longevity" and there are many issues that can arise if you do not keep active and play sport regularly. "There are many problems that can arise from an inactive childhood," explains doctor Begoña AriasThe federation asks that doctors and physiotherapists

10:58

LifeStyle

A surgeon who sees medicine as a vocation

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

"A doctor's work should be vocational above all else. That's my understanding of my profession," says César Ramírez Plaza, a surgeon from Malaga who, for the third time in less than a year, has led a humanitarian mission in Africa to operate on

18:31

Opinion

Emergency surfeit

Peter Edgerton

...departments are besieged by huge numbers of patients with the flu. Well, unless you're a very old person or a little baby and thus more vulnerable, I don't think there's much point in being there. The doctor can only repeat what your grandmother always said -

11:51

National

Man declared dead in suicide wakes up on the autopsy table in morgue

OLAYA SUÁREZ

...taken an overdose in his cell and two prison doctors had declared him dead. A third doctor confirmed that he was legally deceased. It was several hours by the time the man started to stir when an autopsy was about to begin. “First he started to snore

13:09

LifeStyle

"At first I thought it was the end of the world, but I have learned to laugh about what has happened"

Mónica Pérez

I remember seeing the doctor and she said she was going to give me a tranquiliser to calm me down. At first nothing they gave me worked. The pains just kept getting worse. Then I think they must have sedated me, because I don't remember anything ... doctor came, started to examine me, and then said something about the operating theatre. I said "operating theatre?" Because I still didn't understand that my hands and feet were dead. I thought they would get better. But he was saying "operating ... swelling up more and more. One day, when I was feeling ill, my rehabilitator and a nurse went and got a doctor, who was already with a patient. He took one look, said I had an infection and arranged an operation on the Saturday, just like that. What is

21:04

LifeStyle

Between 300 and 400 cases of HIV are diagnosed in Malaga every year

Ángel Escalera MALAGA

Every year between 300 to 400 people are diagnosed with HIV at Malaga’s hospitals, according to doctor Javier de la Torre, who specialises in infectious illnesses and works at Marbella’s Hospital Costa del Sol. De la Torre revealed the figures at ... and microbiology. The purpose of the conference was to promote an informative booklet that reportedly contains everything a patient with HIV needs to know about the virus, which has been written by De la Torre and Piedad Arazo, another doctor with

12:41

Local

Las Lagunas health centre close to “collapse”

I. G.

A local doctors' union has complained about the state of “collapse and abandon” at Las Lagunas health centre, where casualty is “one of the most overflowing” in Andalucía. It says that the lack of a hospital facility in Mijas and Fuengirola, an ar

20:16

Local

Student has a life-saving excuse for missing class

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

...open, really wide open. He didn't blink,” explained the student. Celia isn't the doctor or even the nurse that the train's loudspeaker appeal was hoping for, but she has been a Red Cross volunteer for more than a year, which is where she did her CPR ... ambulance crew offered to call someone to pick her up that what she had done really sank in. “It was when I heard the doctor tell my dad that I had saved a man's life that I was really aware of what had happened. Then I broke down and started to cry,” ... added Celia. The student missed her classes on Tuesday, but she has the doctor's note to prove her more than justified absence. The doctor made it quite clear: “I certify that Celia Rodríguez Ruiz has witnessed a cardiac arrest and revived the

11:12

Local

New health centre to open early next week

Eugenio Cabezas torre de benagalbón

The new doctors’ surgery in Torre de Benagalbón, which belongs to Rincón de la Victoria, will start operating from Monday 8 May, according to the government’s equality, social services and health representatives, José Luis Ruiz Espejo and Ana Isabel

15:22

Local

"Astronaut diet" for 300-kilo bed-bound man ahead of stomach reduction surgery

Ángel Escalera

...home, rarely going out. He was even unable to attend his own mother's funeral. He also has anxiety and depression, which have contributed to his massive weight gain in the last year which has, in turn, prevented him from going to the doctor who was ... told that as he was not an emergency case, he would have to wait. Due to the high-profile nature of the case, both district councillor Teresa Porras and obesity specialist Doctor José Rivas visited his home first thing on Monday morning. After the ... doctor's examination found “fluid on his lungs”, it was decided that he needed to be taken to hospital. Soon afterwards, eight firemen, local police and a team of local social services employees, arrived at his house in order to take him to hospital. It

11:44

LifeStyle

One in six people will have a stroke, but 80% of them could be prevented

EUROPA PRESS

...explained. The condition, which affects 15 million people in the world every year, happens one in three times because of an obstruction in the carotid artery. There are three types of treatment for a stroke. Of these Doctor Rodríguez Carvajal singles out ... number of cerebrovascular accidents related to the procedure (1.4 per cent of procedures have experienced trouble), according to the most recent clinical studies,” commented the doctor.

11:11

LifeStyle

A red pencil to sketch the memory of pain

Mark Nayler The carpenter's pencil by Manuel Rivas

...difficult quandary posed to us by this Civil War masterpiece is whether the laconic and surly pimp merits praise for deliberately botching the murder of another Republican prisoner named Doctor Da Barca. Herbal guards Da Barca in prison in Santiago ... de Compostela throughout the Civil War and is on duty one bleak morning when the doctor is taken out to be shot. Yet Da Barca survives (despite being shot through the neck by Herbal) and appears in the novel's opening scene, in which he is interviewed in his old ... age by a hungover journalist. But why did the doctor survive and not the painter? Why did Herbal shoot the artist in the head yet lower his gun at the last minute when tasked with dispatching Da Barca? As futile as it might seem to ask unanswerable

10:59

LifeStyle

Antequera stroke case could lead to change in hospital A&E procedures

Ángel Escalera

...but died a week later. The hospital said that as he failed to answer when he was called again to see the doctor, it was assumed that he had left. Other patients in the waiting room had thought that he had fallen asleep. The man's family has filed

15:57

What to do

Opera and chamber music in Mijas

Tony Bryant

Nicole Panizza, who received her Doctor of Music degree after a performance-led study of American art song settings of the poet Emily Dickinson. The show in La Cala de Mijas will include poetry recitals and the music of Ravel, Vivaldi, Schubert and